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Rescuing Broken: A Military Romance (The Kane Brothers Book 1) Kindle Edition
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About the Author
Gina Azzi loved every moment of college-especially her study abroad experiences, internships, and travel adventures! She draws from these experiences to create the storylines for her new adult and contemporary romance books. A passionate reader, frequent globetrotter, and aspiring baker, Gina resides in Canada with her family.--This text refers to the audioCD edition.
- ASIN : B07DJ3L86X
- Language : English
- File size : 3016 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 275 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 131,682 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Top reviews from Australia
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I would have enjoyed more on Jax. Great read with a HEA.
In this story, while Jax went off to war, Evie was the one who experienced something so bad, it broke her.
This beautiful and sensitively written story follows Evie and Jax through a journey of realisation, forgiveness and love.
The Kane brothers are a wonderful group of men. Further books will explore each of their journeys.
Top reviews from other countries
This book dragged on. We guess early on what happened to Evie. But we don’t learn it until around 80% and then poof she’s magically cured and happy and everyone’s all good and dandy.
Nope. Nope. Nope. Nope!
This book was filled with so much inner dialogue it drove me insane. The author didn’t show us either. It was all told to us. ‘I shivered’ I did this. I did that. I struggled to finish the book and tbh. Feel like this could have been so much better had we learnt what happened to Evie a lot earlier. Abs max spent time breaking down her walls
I won’t be reading the rest of the series and I won’t be reading anything else by this author. I love military romances but this one left a sour taste in my mouth.
4 stars--would read again
3 stars--was good, won't read again
2 stars--read it, but didn't enjoy it
1 star--didn't finish, it was so awful
Do I need to read books before this one: no
Evie prefers to hide at home, but her friends get her to come to the local bar. Jax has been home from war a week, his brothers take him to the local bar, he sees Evie. They're high school sweethearts who broke up when he enlisted. She's cold to him, and leaves. He feels guilty.
She's the receptionist at the local veteran physical therapy facility. She's fed up with how she's been in hiding the past 7 years, talks to her boss about shadowing him and applying for Baylor's physical therapy master's program. Jax volunteers to let her watch him.
In the locker room, Jax hears 2 men talking smack about Evie. The therapist calls him in before Jax goes after them. He asks his brothers, Carter and Denver, what happened to Evie; they won't tell him, she has to.
Character development is lacking. We really don't know much about Jax and Evie other than a little of how they met, how they broke up, they both suffered a loss but we don't know how they deal with it, and they both have PTSD. We don't see much interaction with others to see any other aspects of their characters, either. And we don't get the full story of healing.
Plot is simply their being together provides a space for them to talk about what happened to them individually, but not for them to work through any of it. Where are the therapists?
I don't recommend this to anyone.
Evie Maywood was once as unpredictable as the weather: pure sunshine, bolts of thunder, or a calming blue for as far as the eye could see.
Part of me wants to just sit down on his lap, wind my arms around his neck, and cry out all of the feelings bubbling in my chest until his T-shirt is soaked through. And the other part wants to run from him as fast as I can before he can uncover all the ugly truths I keep locked away. Inhale. Exhale. Breathe in. Breathe out.
Confiding in someone about something that's held you hostage for years, something you've never felt comfortable talking about for the first time is emotionally draining.
I'm talking about it more and instead of driving me to seek consolation inwards and retreating from the world, it's causing me to realize that I do have a support system. And I can latch onto them to move forward.
How much better, lighter, cleaner I feel since confiding in others, filing a police report, taking some control over the situation.
"It's like I'm underwater. All the time. Everything around me is unfolding, and I can hear it and see it, but it's distorted somehow. I know I can reach the surface if I try, but it seems almost safer to just let myself sink, so I don't have to deal with everything that's above water." "What if everything above water is what you really want?" "But what if I fail?" "You could never fail, Evie. You've already survived so much. Plus, not attaining something doesn’t necessarily mean failure. It’s a learning experience. It means you were brave and bold enough to try. If you look at it like that, then failure isn't even a possibility."
POSSIBLE TRIGGERS (SPOILERS)
Language: 55 F words, 38 Lord's name in vain, 60 S words
Violence: harassment, punching a wall, report of rape, drugs, friend killed in war, smoking, drinking