Sisters from Another Mister

book reviews

“Nearly Broken” by Devon Ashley


Wow.  This book really took a lot out of me, emotionally.  The story itself was riveting and full of nice touches by the author that you almost missed if you weren’t paying attention.

Nick was the perfect hero.  When readers talk about “book boyfriends”, Nick it the epitome of what a bb should be.  Strong, kind, unwavering and faulted.  His love for Megan is the driving force behind this book.  I couldn’t ask for a better character.  Megan was flawed, scarred and nearly broken.  After the trauma that she went through, I could understand her fears and sympathize with her situation.  I was rooting for this team from the first moment that they met.

The story has a lot of hard issues and is not for the faint of heart.  It definitely takes the reader on a journey that is horrible and terrifying and full of emotions.  At times, i wanted to cry for these characters and then I wanted to rejoice for them.  Read this book at your own risk!

About Melissa

I am an avid book reader and have instilled that love of books in my two sons. My sisters and I have shared books for years and our love for reading. I started reading quite young and have been immersed in literature ever since. My favorite genres are New Adult, Young Adult, Mystery and comedy. My favorite book is a tie between "Easy" by Tammara Webber and "Maybe Someday" by Colleen Hoover. I love the works by Tiffany King, Tammara Webber, Erica Stevens, Lisa Renee Jones, Chelsea M. Cameron, and many more. I am very much a book snob though. If a book doesn't draw me in within the first few chapters, I am done with it.

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This entry was posted on July 30, 2015 by in New Adult.
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