It’s bittersweet that this series is finished now. I am so happy that I got to read it and know the story, but I am so sad that I am finished with these characters. I am heavily invested in these characters and their backgrounds now. When you read five books that follow the same characters and their backstories, you get to know these people just like they are your own friends or family. I have cried with them, I have laughed with them. I have even screamed at them when they do something messed up, and this book is so full packed of messed up things I can’t even say much or it will give it away.
The fifth and final installment in the Broken Love Series, goes back and follows Keiran and Lake. These two people have such a complex relationship, I am really glad that the last book was back to them. A lot happened but a lot of questions were answered and loose ends tied up. It was the perfect conclusion to the series and I’m so glad Bebe went that route.
If you’ve read the other books (which you should have, but if not then spoiler alert) then we all know that Mitch was murdered. At the end of Breaking Love, it had the police busting down the door and them taking Lake in on suspicion of murdering Mitch Masters. This is basically how this book starts and the premise of what the book is about. Did or didn’t she kill Mitch Masters. Many twists and turns are taken throughout this book. New information comes to light and bigger plot twists happen, that it’s hard to believe that this is the last book in the series. But, like I said before, everything comes together in the end for the perfect conclusion.
It’s hard to say who is the most dominant male of the group. When I first read Fear Me and Fear You, I was sure Keiran was top alpha male, but then when I read Fear Us with Keenan, I think he took a run for Keiran’s money because damn, damn, was is he dominating. Dash has his moments but he’s nothing like the Masters boys. So when we get back to Keiran and Lake, I was surprised to see that Keiran has settled down a little bit in his ways of controlling Lake. I mean, don’t get me wrong, he is still a controlling, possessive man, but I was pleasantly surprised of Lake in this book. She took charge when she needed too and she didn’t let anyone or anything stand in her way. She wasn’t portrayed as the damsel in distress like she was previously. I was rooting for her the entire book. I’d like to say that the title for this book is for Lake alone, because she really was Fearless. A lady warrior ready to take on the world all by herself.
I am thoroughly impressed with this entire series and the author. This is the first of B.B. Reid’s work and it’s not going to be the last. She has a new book coming out very soon called The Bandit, which I am very excited for. From her first book to this last book there has been so much improvement in writing, grammar, and dialog that even my mother – who has been reading the series as well – has pointed out that she is impressed with the improvements of this writer. I have very high hopes in the new book and anything else she writes. Like with the rest of the series, these are New Adult novels that contain strong language, violence and heavily descriptive sex scenes that could also trigger as well. I highly recommend this series to anyone looking for an interesting story with sexy alpha males.