Courtney Will always dreamed of finding her Prince Charming and living happily ever after, like in the fairy tales she read as a child. Her dreams were shattered one fateful night when her prince turned out to be her worst nightmare. Burying herself in her job as an editor, Courtney tried to forget her past, and she lost hope of ever finding true love.
Reed Moore’s past filled his world with guilt and anger, and then a mistake in college deepened these feelings. Fearing he will one day repeat his father’s mistakes with the woman he loves, Reed has vowed to never give his heart to anyone.
Reed and Courtney have each spent years building walls to guard their hearts, so when their feelings for one another explode into something unexpected, they argue and throw hurtful words at each other in hopes of avoiding the truth.
Will Reed end up being the Prince Charming Courtney has dreamed of her entire life? Is Courtney the woman who will help Reed move past the guilt and anger, so he can embrace love?
Can their broken dreams become their happily ever after?
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Lots love and hot sex, great story line.
There’s so much sweet heartfelt love and passion and lots of sex. Perfect story except they tell one another the same thing over and over which I found redundant. Still, I just can’t wait to read the next one because of the passionate heartfelt love, I hope it will have better variety of words.
I wanted to like it...
I read the first book, Broken, and enjoyed it, for the most part. Enjoyed it enough to buy the second book, Broken Dreams. I am more than halfway through and am honestly really struggling to finish reading the book. I've never just given up on a book, ever....but at this point, I am so, so close. While I'd really love to find out what happens, the writing is so incredibly repetitive. I mean, how many times does Courtney need to bite her bottom lip? The main characters "repeat" the same things over and over and over again. I'm a relatively smart girl who reads just for fun (imagine that) but I hate it when books make me feel "dumbed down" like this one.
Not worth the money or time