- File Size: 678 KB
- Print Length: 383 pages
- Publisher: 5 Prince Publishing; 1 edition (September 18, 2012)
- Publication Date: September 18, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B009DID8HW
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #16,546 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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A Heart Not Easily Broken (The Butterfly Memoirs Book 1) Kindle Edition
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The story of Brian and Ebony is a heartwarming story of finding love, too much pride, trusting above all else and forgiveness. I like both of these characters immediately and could feel the chemistry coming off the pages. The ramp up during the beginning of the relationship cemented my investment in the characters and the story. It was descriptive enough to make me feel like I knew Brian and Ebony. I wanted Ebony to mature just a bit more to be that "perfect fit" for Brian and she did.
The is a pivotal moment in the story that I normally don't like to read (in fact usually will stop reading the book) but the author dealt with it in a responsible way and I respect that. I am so glad I kept reading. It would have been my lost.
The story moved at a good pace and included a cast of secondary characters that will no doubt make this the start of a great series. I am happy I found this author and can tell after reading thousands of books that she was destined to be writer.
I really enjoyed reading this well-written story! The alternating viewpoints gave the reader some great insight into the H/h.
With that, I have to comment on what I didn't like about the story before I wax poetic on what I did like:
For starters, I have to say that I didn't care for the added first-person insight of Ebony's friend, Yasmine, about two thirds through the book. For me, she was an intrusion on the sweet budding romance between Brian and Ebony. I also didn't like the 'black boogeyman element' with the Jovan character. It bothered me that as the only villain in the story, he would be black, and a rapist. I also didn't like how Brian believed Jovan and his bulls***, over Ebony.
Anyway...the Brian character was a gem overall, and Ebony was too, when she wasn't over-thinking their relationship (ie before the rape, that is). I liked the fact that both of them had goals, and worked hard to achieve them. I appreciated the way the H/h treated each other, and I liked that they didn't jump into bed at the drop of a dime...which was funny, considering the fact that with the opening scene of the book, I was afraid that that would happen immediately.
As I continued reading however, the story improved along the way. So did the writing, which was at times, just beautiful.
When the sex finally happened, I was also impressed with the sensual intimate scenes, which were nicely done, and not crude at all. (A pleasant surprise)!
While I really liked this book, I'm sitting on the fence in regards to reading the second book, which is about Yasmine. (She may be a great character, but overall, I didn't care for her much).