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- File size : 2247 KB
- Publication date : April 14, 2016
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 222 pages
- ASIN : B01E393Q04
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Page numbers source ISBN : 0998564427
- Language: : English
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,161 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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First off, you owe me like ten pairs of panties, you scoundrel. But only in the best of ways. Calvin Klein sends their thanks after that last order of undies, since I was unable to keep doing laundry, read your story, and keep changing panties. Commando was not an ....
Ah crap. Wrong app. *Ahem* sorry ...
Lori Sjoberg did it again, and this time Carter Phillips is second on my list of BBs. Number one is that rascal, Cadeon the Kingmaker, but that's a different review. Considering he knocked Rhage to number three after four years, that's saying something.
The storyline was good, the pace well done. The writing was top notch, and the entire book well edited.
From the first page, I was sucked in. Amy, our fantastic and wonderfully flawed, heroine, was easy to connect with. Independent, sassy when at ease, yet I felt her fears. Another hardworking woman, and I adored her. She wasn't whiny, she sucked it up, and I fully understood the whole, "Yeah, it's a bruise, but I have crap to do!" attitude. She's intelligent, and starting a new life is never easy.
Carter? Oh-holy-crap-on-a-cracker. Let's count down our hero, shall we?
1. Scars - inside AND out. Yep, I'm a sucker for them.
2. Six-four of ripped woman loving man. As in he really does like women - as humans. Seriously, how can you not fall for that?!
3. Perfectly arrogant, a tad bit cocky.
5. He has sweetheart moments. OMG. I melted in several places. [Lori - honestly - use a 3D printer or something, we need more of him]
6. FLAWED. He wasn't perfect, knew he wasn't perfect, and for the most part, was good with that. And understood when he needed to mature a tad bit more to be a grown up, to face his internal issues on his own - not wait for a woman to do it for him.
The plot was good, the suspense built nicely, and the twists were hinted at, but never fully revealed until the end.
The sex scenes, again, were so flippin' SEXY! Not porn. The emotions were there. Don't get me wrong, a good porn scene comes in handy, but when an author can make you feel the emotions?! Yeah, buddy!
To make this overly long, horribly written review down to a few words - Fractured just made my top five books ever. Thanks, Lori, can't tell you how much I appreciate it.
This is the first book I’ve read in this series, and it was perfect as a stand-alone. A short preview of the next book is included, which I will definitely be reading! (And I’ll have to go back and read the first book too) Highly recommended for a sweet story, a little bit of a thrilling background, and easy dialogue.
This is a beautiful love story. Amy and Carter have so much to overcome and together they are stronger than being apart. Lori. Sjoberg truly captured the story of two damaged hearts finding each other.
Carter Phillips, newly discharged Marine, returns home to his family's horse farm in Florida. His sister, Kayla, hired a new horse trainer while he was away and Carter found himself instantly attracted to Amy Williams. But with all he'd been through, he wasn't ready for a relationship, especially not with the woman working for his sister... Was he?
Amy Williams, just as attracted to Carter as he was to her--and just as reluctant to start up with her boss' brother--had some issues of her own. For starters, "Amy Williams" wasn't her real name... and she was sure someone was after her.
There was a slow burn kind of thing happening with Carter and Amy. They had it bad for each other, and they'd get close to getting to the good part, but they were interrupted time and again. That little constant heat and their brief stolen moments were... romantic.
I thought there could have been a little more done with Carter's ex-girlfriend, Becky. I thought there could have been a little more done with Amy's situation and the impending danger. It was pretty good as it was, but it could have been better.
Top reviews from other countries
Carter returns home from the Marines, and he tries to forget the atrocities of the war, but the nightmares follow him.
Amy makes a fresh start to escape the injustice imposed upon her for a crime she didn't commit.
Amy is settling into her new identity. Her fresh start is working pretty well. Along comes Carter and all of a sudden she starts to dream about things that she thought were out of her reach. They have an understanding which soon turns into a sensual romance, but the secrets from her past come back to haunt her. Will these secrets put a damper on her dreams?
Carter is compassionate and loyal to his family. Amy is hard working and loving despite her ugly past. The plot is fairly solid and the romance is something that neither of them expects, but ends on a beautiful note. A good read.
What I really like about this book (and the previous one) is that the characters seem real and have a genuine connection. Also, their problems are just enough to make the story interesting but without being overdone. There were places where I thought the author might make a huge complicated deal out of something... and then I was pleasantly surprised when she didn't. Books don't always have to go for the over-the-top heavy drama to be interesting and I'm glad the author knows this.
This is a well-written story with believable characters, plenty of plot, some steam, and also some warm fuzzy feelings. It was a light and enjoyable story. Well worth the read.
I'd happily recommend this series.