September 14, 2018 2 min to read
Review: Broken by Crystal Kaswell
Category : Reviews
After my brother’s death, I was drowning.
Delilah was my life raft.
We were opposites, the outspoken art student and the brooding athlete. She was passionate where I was apathetic, bright where I was dark, soft where I was hard.
For two years, we had everything. The kind of love that only exists in fairytales.
Then she left and took my heart with her.
I tried to heal. To throw myself into medical school. To forget her.
I thought I did.
Those blue eyes, that sweet smile, the soft curves–that’s my Delilah.
As soon as I hear her laugh, I know.
She’s what’s missing from my life.
I have three days to get her back.
God, I hope I’m as charming as I used to be.
From the author: Broken is a standalone second chance romance full of heat, heart, and heartbreak.
Genre: Romance – Second-chance
Part of a Series: No (at least I don’t think so)
POV: Delilah and Trent
Steam Level: Quite Toasty at times
Words cannot describe how impactful, insightful, and heartfelt Broken is. Crystal Kaswell does an amazing job portraying the emotional rollercoaster that is depression. The ups and downs and spirals. Broken could have been so much more heart wrenching but Crystal Kaswell is a master at her craft. While you can feel both Trent and Delilah’s pain an overwhelming feeling of love and acceptance is also present. Set in both the present and the past, the story of Trent and Delilah’s love, loss, and rekindling draws you in. You feel their longing and anxiety. Broken is an amazing second-chance love story that is both gritty and sweet, sexy and thought-provoking. If you’re looking for a sexy, second-chance romance that takes you on a journey of love, life, loss, and acceptance than pick up Broken. You won’t be disappointed.
I received an advanced copy of this book. This is my honest and voluntary review.
- If you go out and meet an asshole, you’re having a bad day. If you go out and everyone’s an asshole, look in the mirror.
- “We’re all better off if we undersstand each other.” “Easier said than done.”
- When I close my eyes, it’s her. It’s us. I’ve never been an us before.
- She is the light. She’s the sun in my fucking sky.
- She really does own a part of my soul. Most of it even.
- Neither one of us is perfect, but we’re perfect together.
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