- File Size: 3779 KB
- Print Length: 211 pages
- Publication Date: June 29, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0721HK348
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #923,919 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Broken: Barrelhouse Series Book 3 Kindle Edition
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These two had tons of UST throughout the previous stories that you couldn't help but become invested in where they were going...and J. Lee did not disappoint me with their story!
There are several cut scenes in the story that either take you back to memories or pull you into dreams. Those really rounded out the story, explaining things in more detail when you needed it. Though I didn't cry during Broken like I thought I would...because Miss Lee has a reputation with me for making me cry...I wasn't sad about that at all. The subject matter has the potential to make you cry...but honestly I was SO EXCITED that this story was finally ready that I think I was reading it almost too fast that I didn't get overly wrapped up in the drama. But I enjoyed every minute of it and silently prepared myself to cuss out the author if things didn't go my way. Did I mention I was invested in this series and these two characters?
The Barrelhouse Series hooked me in book 1, Mending Her Heart. The characters in this series are marvelous, rich in flaws yet live life to the fullest. Just a normal everyday family and group of friends. Everything in this series is so well put together that I would like to meld into the story and hopefully J. Lee will find me a broody, hunky character. *wink wink*
Broken is part of a series, and while you could read it as a standalone, it does reference other characters from previous books, so reading from the beginning may be of interest to a new reader to J. Lee.
So, YAY! I loved it, I knew I would! Giving it the ole' 5 star stamp!