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Love Broken Review | Love Broken by J.D. Hollyfieldby JD Hollyfield

on February 24, 2018
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Format: ARC
Source: Author
Amazon|Amazon Paperback

My name is Katie Beller, but the world, as of late, knows me as Bailey Swan, the love guru behind my bestselling book.

Want the shortened version? Here it is:

Love was stupid.
A fake. A farce
Love was broken.

Women everywhere were eating up my advice and fighting back against fake love. My book started a relationship revolution. And I stood by my story.

Until I met Charlie Bates.

When I throw all my own rules and advice out the window after a week-long rendezvous, I start to wonder just how real my words were. Maybe love might be just a little more complicated than I thought.

Maybe I’m the one who’s love broken.

I received this book for free from Author in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

Novel Thoughts

What a fun book concept, although… Love Broken really irritated me because our h just assumed that our hero only wanted her for sex and then I realized holy crap! That’s what I think about every guy when it comes to myself. So then I realized that I’m reading about myself, that cynic that has a hard time believing that a man actually wants a relationship. You know when it’s easier to shut down emotional connections and just have a sexual relationship? Dang it. It’s kind of hard having yourself thrown in your face unintentionally when you are reading.

Love Broken was a well a written story that had such a fun plot with the author and cover model relationship and it brought the drama! It did kind of drag in parts and I thought that there may have been too many sex scenes, but most women really seem to dig this so that is probably just me.

After reading Love Broken, I have to wonder if women are really chasing these hot male cover models down and basically treating them like man flavored candy in real life, because honestly I would probably not even be coherent, much less prowl after the man.

If you are looking for a book that isn’t quite what you are used to you should check this out, I mean… it takes place in our favorite place… the book world.

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