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I am a big fan of Elodie Nowodazkij and her Broken Dreams book. This is the third book in a series of books that can be read alone or as a series. This is the most "adult" of the books and it was really a delight to read. Jen Harris is a dance, living in Paris and trying to survived after the loss of her little sister. Jen has locked her emotions away and the story begins with Jen finding herself in a situation where she has a one night stand with a handsome man. She feels comfortable with him and lets herself just be for the first time since losing her sister. Told in alternating viewpoints, Lucas Will is a rocker who feels drawn to Jen as she is to him. The morning after they are together, he is dispointed that she is gone because she has unlocked some emotions in him that he has been missing since his ex broke his heart and his bestfriend died.
Through twists and turns, Jen and Lucas find their lives intersecting and realizing their relationship started as a lie. They gave each other fake names and Lucas forgot to mention he was a well loved rock star. Throughout the story I believe their relationship grows and is believable. I like the way that they each helped each other to move forward from a broken heart and found someone to look forward to the future with.
There are some MAJOR twists and I have to admit I didn't see things going the way they did (but I'm NOT complaining!) I love a book that keeps me on my toes and surprises me, This book did just that! I can't wait for another Broken Dreams novel!
AND Paris. AND twists and turns. AND deception. Everything you need in a compelling read. :)
(While the first two books in the Broken Dreams series are YAs, this one features characters aged more into the new adult range. So get it. Read it. ENJOY IT.)
I absolutely loved the setting of this book. I’ve been to Germany and lived vicariously through my husband and his trips to Europe with high school kids. (One day I will make it myself to see more of Europe.) History was never my best subject in school. Yet this book made me want to go look up the history of Paris (and hopefully continue on to other areas from there).
I was concerned for Jen at the start of the book and the situation she put herself in. But thankfully Lucas came to the rescue. I admire Jen for having the nerve to move across the world and live out her dreams.
Both Jen and Lucas have had a lot of heartache in their recent pasts and struggle with trust issues. They both agree to explore each other for one night. But circumstances bring them together for so much more.
I enjoyed the look into the rockstar life and the making of a music video as well as the look into the life in a ballet company. I’ve read the prequel to the Broken Dreams series and enjoyed it. I didn’t realize that this book was part of that series. So obviously it can be read as a standalone. But now that I’ve read Love in B Minor, I definitely want to go back and read the other books in this series.
I really enjoyed Jen & Lucas’s relationship. They have some creative “dates” not the usual dinner and a movie. There are some other side characters in the story that I wouldn’t mind learning more about.
The book takes a couple of turns that surprised the heck out of me. They were good surprises and I liked the way it turned out. This book also has me thinking that I maybe should try to catch a ballet sometime. I absolutely loved this book and would totally recommend it to anyone who likes new adult romance.
Also, let me just fangirl for a little bit because Elodie Nowodazkij talked about Villain Complex, a fictional band from Elizabeth Briggs Chasing the Dream series which, by the way, it’s one of my favorite NA series out there. Well done, Elodie. I loved this nice touch :D .
Overall, this was a great addition to the Broken Dreams series. I really enjoyed the story and it’s possible to see how much the author has improved through these books. I would definitely recommend you this book and the remain books from the series.
*I was provided a copy by the author in exchange for an honest review