I'm not usually a reader who enjoys multiple authored books but this series is absolutely absorbing and fascinating. How the authors draw in the stories from each other is quite intricate. But let's get back to Kristie Cook. One of my most favourite authors and I will read anything she publishes. As yet I have read nothing that I didn't thoroughly enjoy and Break Me Not was no exception. I love Addie's power and self-awareness and the fact that she loves Tase regardless of his past. There's an amazing twist in the story too which I never saw coming but I'm looking forward to the next stories to see how the underlying thread of the Collector grows. This series has got me hooked and I so want to live in Havenwood Falls. Brilliant read Kristie. Bring on the next .......
This is an excellant addtion to the Havenwood Falls series. Brilliantly written by Kristie Cook. Its the third of a set based on Tase and Addie surrounding a curse. There are lots of twists and turns in the story with ups and downs to their on off relationship as well. The main part of the story contains lots if trying and working at spells and magic but the ending is by far so unexpected that it has left me wondering what direction Kristie will go next. It was utterly brilliant. Well done for keeping me fed with readers angst.
As part of Ang'dora Productions Review Crew I was able to read Kristie Cook’s Break Me Not as an advance review copy.
The continuation of Forget You Not and Lose You Not, this is Addie and Tase’s story. If you had the power to save everything you loved, even though it meant embracing the one thing you had always denied, would you?
I confess that I didn’t enjoy this book as much as I thought I would have done, but that probably could have been remedied by re-reading ‘Forget’ and ‘Lose’ before embarking on this story. I’m sure given more time to sit down and re-read the preceding stories then continue on to ‘Break’ I will enjoy it as much as I have all of Kristie’s works.
It is astonishing to me that an author can deliver a story with such depth and complexity, in such a short number of kindle pages. Of course, I am aware that a lot of the world building has been done, especially around these two, given their roles within the community. That does not, to my mind, detract from the apparent ease at which this story is woven.
I love the characters; I love the inexorable feeling of the plot arc; I love the underlying message.
In short - I love this book.
I voluntarily reviewed an advanced reader copy of this book.