- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 1152 KB
- Print Length: 233 pages
- Publisher: Loveswept (20 Sept. 2016)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01G0GIXJ2
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 10 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #77,719 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Top Customer Reviews
This story contains actions that were always going to be divisive and I think the authors must have known that when they were writing it. Physical abuse is never going to be high on anyone’s to be read list but it is unfortunately a very real fact of life and therefore I can understand why it was included in the story.
Jason was a product of his past, as with everyone there were things he saw, experienced and at times endured that were all party to who he was at that particular time and those influences and experiences had a direct correlation on the decisions he made …both right and wrong.
Could I hold him responsible, you bet you’re a$$ I could but could I hold it over him for the whole book, well that was the million-dollar question because doing wrong is one thing but knowing you have done wrong and doing absolutely nothing to change not only what you have done but why, well that is an entirely different story.
Jason’s view of relationships has always been through a veil of pain and apathy, a feeling of never being either good enough or even just enough was his reality and as you see from the absolute get-go that has very much led to the fact that if ever there was a man that was a product of his environment it was him and while that doesn’t excuse how he lives his life as an adult, it does bear influence but I got that and I also got that what lay beneath the skin was a heart that wasn’t as dark as I initially thought.
Meeting Lorraine was his turning point, the catalyst he needed in order to finally lay his demons to rest.Read more ›
Lo: I'm falling in love with a man who calls me Angel and himself a monster.
Lo is a nurse, first meets Jason when he comes into the hospital after an underground fight.
Both characters lead a double life, both characters have secrets they need to share and both have a past they need to move on from and they do this together.
A plot with mystery, told in dual pov's, gripping and hot.
Lo and Jason both need rescuing from the dark memories they hold onto and their world's collide at the right moment in time.
He calls me his Angel,
but I know better.
I know he's mine.
I have to admit I didn't realise that we had met Jason in Jagger, I didn't make the connection until I was a few chapters in.
Jason or Cobra as some call him is the product of abuse, he has lived with it through the entirety of his childhood and believes he is destined to repeat the cycle. He hates his father for the things he has done to him and hates himself for the things he has done to Missy.
Lo is a nurse at the hospital Jason is brought into after a particularly bad fight. Lo comes with her own set of messed up issues, there were times I really struggled with Lo and her mentality. She struggled so much but I couldn’t connect with the Heidi thing and that put me off her a little.
While the storyline was interesting I still guessed who had something to do with the trauma Lo suffered pretty quickly.
This book showed us that two people with messed up pasts can move on and build a life with each other, and justice can prevail.
What we find from Visibly Broken is how we really are a product of circumstance and upbringing. While this doesn't justify someone's behaviour, it does certainly explain behaviour and from this I certainly felt an element of empathy towards both Jason and Lorraine.
Visibly Broken wasn't a heart and flowers romance but it was a gritty and hopeful romance story. I really liked how this story had a different flavour to the norm. Surprisingly, I really felt everything from Jason's side of things but I did somewhat struggle to connect to Lorraine's character.
It was an enjoyable story and the suspense element of the book was interesting, engrossing and really enjoyable.
While this wasn't my favourite book in this series, I still enjoyed it and thought it was a good read.
I was gifted a copy of this book from the Publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
Jason Stanley aka The Cobra says he's a monster his own words but to his Angel he's anything but she see's him for who he is a caring, loving, protective man who fights for what he believes in and will stop at nothing to free her from her past.
Lorraine Bosch lives a life seeking justice for her family but not totally living so when The Cobra is bought in to the hospital where she works needing medical attention she cant understand the feelings she has for him even though she has no idea who he is.
I'm finding it hard to write this review for not wanting to give away any spoilers but I will urge you to go get your copy and find out what has happened to these two in the past and what the future holds you won't be disappointed.
Another great read ladies XX
Most Recent Customer Reviews
LOVED IT... another super read by a great author,just loved jarad and lo recommended to allPublished 5 months ago by Poppy
I really enjoyed this book , it was a really good story and I liked the characters , would definitely recommend itPublished 6 months ago by pauline
Jason (cobra) Stanley has so many demons deep inside him only one way to get them out with his fist with a past full of heartache he releases his anger in an underground ring when... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Lisa
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