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Breaking Ryann (Bad Boy Reformed 3) Kindle Edition
"Children of Blood and Bone"
Tomi Adeyemi conjures a stunning world of dark magic and danger in her West African-inspired fantasy debut. Learn more
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Luke Ryann felt empty and like a part of him was missing. He knows he told Reese he would let her go but how do you let your soul mate go? She owns his heart. She is his, has always been his and will always be his and he won't let her go. Now he is on a mission to reclaim his heart and he will not stop until he has her back.
I loved Breaking Ryann. Misunderstanding and guilt paves the way for more heartache than Reese and Luke could of ever thought of. This is their book of acceptance and healing of a love that burned so hot it may have burned their souls beyond repair. When facts come to light will either be able to forgive the other or will the walls already be built too high to conquer. Breaking Ryann had my emotions all over the place. I felt their anger, betrayal, jealousy, but most of all a basic love and a mutual respect.
I have been anticipating the release of Breaking Ryann since I read the last page of Resisting Ryann. Alyssa Rae Taylor surpassed all my expectations and I loved every minute of it. Great job.
Reese isn't really willing to give him a chance or listen to excuses.She thinks she knows his story and is hurt, angry, insecure, and untrusting. She's trying to move on with a safer choice. She lets her fears rule her and just wants to avoid temptation.
But giving up is not in Luke's nature. He knows what he wants and is relentless. But secrets, lies, misconceptions are in their way. He's dealing with his own guilt and feeling the loss of her. But also is a bit angry that she is so quick not to trust him. He is a protective alpha, but is also intense, sweet and devoted. But his secrets are killing them both.
Will the truth hurt her more than the story she already believes?
These two have a lot of baggage to wade through if they will just start actually communicating and really listening. But there are a lot of hidden, unresolved feelings, fight or flight, avoidance and running. Not to mention other potential love interests and some other underlying suspenseful situations.
This brings back their best friends Gia and Logan. We get to see them all working through some life situations. I like the camaraderie support, and humor they provide each other.
This is a story about survival, sacrifice, trust, friendship, and love. I had to go back and reread the end of Resisting Ryann since it has been awhile and I honestly had forgotten some of the intricate story line, but then was able to remember and move on with the story. This one is back delving more into their interpersonal issues versus the danger and undercover scenarios of the last book. But they are still dealing with the fall out from the detour Luke's life took.
I adored Luke. He was a swoon worthy hero who was always willing to sacrifice for and protect Reese no matter what the personal cost. Reese could get on my nerves with her judgment, avoidance, and running. But all along this series I have felt their connection, chemistry and that they belonged together. This ties up all of the story lines and brings everything to the forefront, and gives Luke and Reese a chance to figure out what they really want and need. But nothing for them is ever easy and they will have to be prepared to fight for their own happiness. But will it be enough to break them or are they strong enough to finally win?
The one thing I did notice while rereading the books and then reading Breaking Ryann is that everything seemed so rushed. It was if the author was trying to put out this huge storyline (that would have been great with some patience) into a 200 page book. One minute there is major drama and then the next paragraph it's resolved and the characters have moved on. There have been many times when I'm like "Wait, what just happened". I don't want to get into the story because I kind of feel like it's all over the place in some respect. You don't really get to learn about anyone in the book (the other characters and who they are) and you really don't understand why things are happening when they do. It's depressing because when I read the books the first time I was in love but maybe I've grown as a reader and have become a bit harsher in what I like now (after reading over a 100 books in 1 year). I just wasn't that impressed. I liked the concept of the story but just wished that she had released the book sooner and spent more time developing a complete and realistic storyline. You can't get over a life threatening experience in 1 paragraph.
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Luke and Reese are excellent! HATED the fact that this was split into three books!