I just love this Broken Love Series. Every book so far has been amazing! Whereas Breaking Love is not my favourite of them all, this is still one hell of a book. It flows so perfectly with how the whole story is going even though it is two completely different characters. This book even has way more backstory to it than the others as well, and it still manages to continue on with the same story as the first three books. I am so impressed with the author, B.B. Reid. She definitely knows how to write a good book/series. The chemistry between the couples and even between all the friends is perfect, the dialog is amazing with the banter back and forth. She definitely knows how to write alpha males who are dominant and sexy as hell.
Dash Chambers was always the smart one out of the group of guys. He comes from wealth, and parents who are strict about education and careers. From the age of twelve, Dash’s father has been shaping him to take over his company when he finishes college, and now that time is here, and he is now the head of the empire. Dash and his father clash over everything, but Dash, being the stubborn, and self driven man he is, makes it so his father stays out of his business and lets him run the company himself. Dash is stubborn, controlling, cocky, hot-as-hell, smart and secretly has a heart of gold.
Willow Waters left the group just like Keenan did. At first her and Lake went to college together, but then Lake left Willow to go be with Keiran. If Willow’s heart wasn’t already broken because of Dash, this broke her heart even more, having her best friend leave her for a guy that has tortured her, her entire life. So, Willow made herself scarce and not to be heard from again for four years. No one knew where she was or what she was up too, including Dash. When she comes back, she is a different woman all together. A lot can happen in four years, and she no longer is the carefree, free-spirited Willow. She is now reserved, scared, lost and a big ball of mystery.
At first I was a little confused about Willow’s story. Her story was left a mystery basically the whole book, but towards the end is when it all came out and all made sense. There was a lot of back and forth between past and present for both Dash and Willow’s perspectives but, like I said, it all came together in the end. I really liked this book because it really showed what happened between Dash and Willow when they first got together. Even though Dash was set up by Keiran to go after her, he had true feelings for her. You never really get to see any of that in the other books so it was nice to get caught up. I am really glad that B.B. Reid wrote her series like this, instead of making all books different standalone’s, it all flows so nicely between characters and couples.
I am excited to read the last and final book in the series, Fearless. It jumps back to Keiran and Lake’s story but the way that this book ends, I am not surprised that it does. A lot happened in this book and the story is not over yet. Out of all the books, I would have to honestly say that this is my least favourite. It doesn’t mean that I didn’t like it, because I did. I loved this book, but I would have to say that Fear Us (Keenan and Sheldon’s story) is my favourite (and only because I have a thing for Keenan). But what I love most about this story is the history between Dash and Willow. They have more of a connection than any of the others.
Like the synopsis says, this book is not really considered Dark like the other three, but because you should have read the other three before this one, then you are aware that there is darker subject matters and possible triggers. This book is still intended for mature readers and not for the faint of heart. Strong violence, language and heavily descriptive sex scenes throughout.