Publisher Description

Sometimes love finds you when you aren't looking for it.

The accident that forced Adri and her mother to move to a new high school also cost Adri her dad and sister. Adri just wants to blend in and buy herself time to grieve, but two of the most popular, gorgeous guys in school are about to take an inexplicable interest in her.

Adri will be forced into a world where the players aren't all human. She will be forced to choose between Brandon and Alec, and this time the wrong choice could get her killed.

Publisher's Note: Broken is a YA Paranormal Romance book, and is one possible entry point into the books that make up the Reflections Universe. The Reflections Universe is a series of clean books featuring vampires, shape shifters, werewolves and more, which has been written so that it can be safely enjoyed by both teens and adults. Broken is followed by Torn, and is one of several YA books available from Dean.

The Reflections Universe: Some stories are too full of teen shifter romance and heart pounding action to fit into just one series!

Dean Murray is the successful author of three clean young adult paranormal romance, urban fantasy, and epic fantasy series which collectively have more than 470,000 copies in circulation.

GENRE
Young Adult
RELEASED
2011
October 28
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
530
Pages
PUBLISHER
Firshan Publishing, Inc
SELLER
Smashwords, Inc.
SIZE
471
KB

Customer Reviews

chocolover078 ,

A Must Read

I loved this book! I may be young, but I understood and it just gave me shivers. Entirely unrealistic, but that's what makes it great!

AlyssaLipstick ,

Drags

I was excited to start but I couldnt make it to the fourth chapter it was really boring and drags and the girl really has no personality. UnEnchanted is way better. This is just my personal opinion I don't like this book but don't hate me I just don't care for it :)

LakerFan24/7 ,

Too Clogged Up and Sloppy

I spoke to an author the other day about what an editor does and while I'm reading this it just becomes so evident how valuable they are: editors clean things up, they help you get your point across without the author using too much description or detail that in all honestly doesn't matter to the reader. The amount of grammar mishaps is disappointing and sentences are confusing and awkward at times. Also, the story proceeds so slowly in the beginning and then all of the sudden jumps and the main character is suddenly in love with a man she thought she hated. The characters very closely resemble Twilight's characters specifically Edward, and this demeanor was boring and predictable as readers have already encountered it. The story line and idea is good and I think if the author had help it could have been a great book but it was just too clogged up and sloppy.

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