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Piece by Piece (Broken Pieces Series Book 3) Kindle Edition
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Adyson loved Steel with all her heart. She was in tears when he chose a different path when they were young. Steel chose the Air Force above all other things and left Adyson heartbroken. Her once so innocent life changed when she married into the wrong family. She is now hiding from her mother-in-law who will stop at nothing to get her back. Adyson is surprised when Steel shows up to rescue her. Both of them can't hide from the fact that they still have strong feelings for each other. Will Steel be able to let down his walls? And when Adyson comes face to face with her worst nightmare will she be able to make the right choices?
Steel is struggling with his self-esteem. He doesn't feel like a real man anymore now that he has a prosthetic leg. His ongoing battle to keep his true self hidden from everybody else is heartbreaking. Steel was badass before the accident and he still is. He is gorgeous with piercing blue eyes and he's a really skilled pilot. He is incredibly loyal towards his family. Steel, Synn and Gray all have a device which is placed inside their ear. Through this device they can connect and locate each other. It's these little details that give the story so much more depth.
Kelly Moore has written another masterpiece with her beautiful story of Steel and Adyson. I loved Adyson. She is so strong, brave and passionate. She knows what she wants and isn't afraid to show her true colors. Steel tries to intimidate her, but instead of backing out she confronts him about his insecurities. They have great chemistry together. Piece by Piece is a story that is filled with action, suspense and a lot of unexpected twists and turns. Kelly Moore never fails to pull me in from the start. Her stories move me and Piece by Piece is no exception. Every story written by her is an absolute must-read and I can't wait to start the next book in the Broken Pieces series, Pieces of Gray.
What a read with oh my steamy scenes but what really got me was when Ady was the one woman who was able to break down his walls and see his vulnerability, proving his is man enough for her...sniff...sigh...swoon. At first I wasn’t to keen on Steele, admitting he didn’t waste time to live it up when he ended it with her but he always kept her in his heart and redeemed himself for what he did with the symbol of the arrows before he sees her again. I loved Ady, she was fierce, strong and proved she would do anything to keep Steele safe and alive. I also loved how it all came together and how the author didn’t waste time and prolong to get to their HEA.
A great read I couldn’t put down till I was done and a read I highly recommend !!
This is an exciting book. Steele has let himself have a pity party too long and his brother and cousin kick his butt about it. Adyson also helps him to get back to his old self. There are bad guys after them and they are hiding to save themselves. I loved how Steele, Syn and Gray gave each other a hard time out of love. I liked that Adyson didn’t take any bull off of Steele and had a backbone. I loved the story and strongly encourage you to read the book.
As a favor for his Captain and friend, Steel accepts a mission to go to Guatemala and rescue a woman he use to love. Adyson (Ady) is pretty much hiding out from her ex mother-in-law, a vicious, evil woman who thinks Ady has something she wants.
Steel has a huge ego and has allowed himself to feel like less of a man because of his amputation; he wears a blade prosthetic and is able to move around as well as the next guy! Steel has had this poor-me attitude for years; it even prevents him from spending quality time with his family. Steel is annoying!
The mission takes him from Guatemala to Boston to home, and there is good suspense to the storyline. A pretty good read.