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This book pretty much has everything you want or could need in a novel. A strong heroine, a sexy guy with a bad reputation he's trying to kick, a great city, love, sex and drama.
Perfectly Broken was a great little read, I loved all the fun loving in it. I loved Peyton, having gone through a tragic life she hid away under baggy clothes and opened up a pie shop, then in walks Reed. Sexy, fun Reed. The chemistry between these two is off the charts from the moment they lay eyes on each other. During the entire book you felt their chemistry, their need to be put back together and both having demons inside and dark pasts, they learn that over spending time together they heal each other.
I've pretty much said this a few times, I love strong heroines. And to me Peyton was one of the strongest, having been through so much, she puts on a brave face and manages to endure new days, make her living and create lovely pies. The journey that her and Reed chart a course for is a tough one, full of betrayal around most of their turnings. But they handle it well.
Prescott Lane did a fabulous job at conveying so many raw emotions, and really letting the the reader be there in the moment, always wanting more from it. A true sign of a great writer.
This was the first book I've read from this author I believe, and I will most definitely be looking out for more of her books in the near future.
Perfectly Broken was a lovely little read, with great characters, great scenes, rollercoaster of emotions, that it'll leave you breathless in places, and simply aw'ed and others. This book is a real diamond, and it really should have it's time to shine.
I was riveted from start to finish.
It has everything you could want in a book. I laughed, cried, got hot under the collar and fell in love.
Definitely going to read more from this author.
You will not be disappointed with this book I promise you.
The subtext of this story is just so meaningful. It was so beautiful to see the wonderful development of the characters and story through this book, I loved seeing how Peyton and Reed helped put each other back together after the pain of their pasts.
Peyton was a character that I wanted the best for right from the word go. The horrific rape she’d experienced when at college had emotionally ripped her apart, and not even years of therapy has been able to make her feel like she can be normal. It was so heartbreaking to see the pain that Peyton carried around with her every second, she was such a kind-hearted individual, so genuine and loving that I desperately wanted her to find her other half that could help her past her pain.
Reed was an absolute whirlwind of a hero. I liked that his player ways were originally a topic of teasing and subtle flirting between him and Peyton, and I knew from the start that this was the first man that Peyton could smile with, and forget for a time about her past. Despite normally staying hidden behind baggy clothing, her transformation during the beginning of her relationship with Reed was so wonderful to watch. I admired her strength for accepting a date with Reed, even though she struggled to see why he wanted to go out with her.
The development of their relationship was stunning to read, and I absolutely adored every moment on the pages that they spent together, getting to know each other, being able to be themselves with no desire to hide themselves.Read more ›
In Perfectly Broken lead character, Peyton is struggling to move on from some pretty traumatic issues and recover from the horrible things that life has thrown at her. Reed is a bored, rich, architect from a prominent family and has his own share of troubling secrets. When Reed enters Peyton's pie shop (yes, she bakes) he finds himself explicably drawn to her in a way he's never been before.
Peyton is sweet and vulnerable, but she's also sassy and very much a survivor. I loved how she didn't give in to Reed like so many women had in the past. She's extremely selfless and spends her time caring for others. I really wanted her to do something for herself and to give Reed a chance.
Reed is your typical rich playboy, well he is on paper. His baggage is of a very different type to Peyton's and a lot of their problems could have been prevented by him being more honest with her from the start. BUT I could understand his reasoning and why he was so hesitant; his father is pretty horrible!
Both characters had some awesome friends (who are dating). Quinn was hilarious and I enjoyed watching her put the boys in their place. Bret was also a great source of comic relief - he had some brilliant one-liners!
I liked Peyton and Reed's story; the title is very apt! I would have liked to see some of the chapter's developed a bit more, because certain events seemed to happen rather quickly. I'm a big fan of 'comeuppance' and would liked to see certain characters face up to their actions more. But in general I enjoyed Perfectly Broken and was really hoping these troubled character's could rise above everything and get their HEA!
I received a review copy.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Really enjoyed Perfectly Broken loved the story line and the connection between the characters i wanted more but that's me being greedy.Published 10 months ago by jardine
for some reason this book felt like i was missing something, for a sensitive topic i felt it was glossed over, it was a mere mention but didnt seem to affect the relationship... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Niccis book blog
The title says it all. The main characters of this book draw the reader in with the raw emotions they portray. Read morePublished on 7 May 2014 by Arlene
Peyton Mayfield has spent years in trauma therapy and considers herself broken. She is now living a content life running a pie shop called 'Adelaide's' in an upcoming part of New... Read morePublished on 1 May 2014 by Kim Horne