From NYT bestselling author Carrie Ann Ryan, comes a brand new series where second chances don’t come often, and overcoming an unexpected loss means breaking everything you knew.
Violet Knight fell for Cameron at the wrong time. And when he left, she thought her life was over. But then, after the worst happened, she truly understood what that phrase meant. Now, he’s not ready for a second chance, and she’s not offering one. Though given that their families have been forced together after losing one of their own, she knows there’s no turning back. Not this time. Not again. Not when it comes to Cameron.
Cameron Connolly never wanted to hurt Violet, but there were reasons he had to leave all those years ago—not that she'd believe him if he told her what they were. He not only left her, he also left his foster brothers. Honestly, Cam didn’t want to come back to Denver to help run his father’s failing brewery. But when it comes to his brothers, he knows he’ll find a way to make it work. Perhaps he’ll even earn Violet’s forgiveness and face the connection they both thought long forgotten in the process. Because he wanted her then, but now he knows he needs her. He just hope she needs me.
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A good different!
This story is completely different than others from Carrie Ann. This book deals with death and the mourning that follows. With that in mind, I feel this story was well written for the difficult topics that were covered. Cameron and Violet are a second chance romance story as well. I am intrigued to read about the rest of the Connolly brothers!
Breaking without you
I loved breaking without you loved all the characters loved the Connelly brother So sad about losing one of the friends suicide is always hard on the people they leave behind and they have to try to figure out why it happened and what they missed and what they could have done So I give this book five stars Thank you for a well written book
Could’ve been Better. But ok Story
The base of the story was good but I think it could’ve been a bit more entertaining. Also, the characters’ thoughts became redundant in each chapter.
Overall, it was just an “okay” story to read.