Trinity Broken Paperback – 28 Oct 2008
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Sara barely remembers her life prior to being kidnapped and drugged. She does remember one thing, and that is being hurt by a man who looks just like her mate, Cameron. She doesn't know if she will ever be able to trust her men again but she doesn't want them to give up on her. Fighting through post-traumatic stress, Sara reaches to remember her men. Just when she begins making strides to recovery, Josh goes missing.
TRINITY BROKEN by Jamie Craig took me on a rollercoaster ride like none other. I could not stop reading this book and while I winced, cried, and even got angry at the turn of events in the storyline, I relished and cherished the end result which was a truly magnificent story of love, forgiveness and the ability to overcome horrendous odds to find true love. Quite simply, it was glorious. Sara and Cameron are mates and while they love each other, their ability to love and accept Josh into their lives is very beautiful. Josh had never experienced anything as profound as Sara and Cam's love and his ability to accept them as well is realistic and often times steamy! The trinity that is Cam, Sara, and Josh is written in such a way that unconditional love is endless - and to me, that is the way it should be.
I understand a blurb is a sample of what readers should expect from a story. Trinity Broken's blurb was honest and to the point about the pain and anguish this triad would experience as they attempted to rebuild their lives. I'm a personal fan of stories that are hard hitting and shocking but I must admit to finding Jamie Craig's latest effort slightly disheartening. I thought the heroine Sara would never get over her psychological trauma and allow Cam back into her life. The story Ms. Craig created was very well written but for me and my current mood not something I was able to embrace. I think readers who enjoy emotionally heavy storylines and are patient enough to understand the trials and tribulations that need to be conquered first will be pleased with Trinity Broken.
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The story moves at an uneven pace, but once it started headed for the conclusion, it picked up steam, making for a good ending.