Book Reviews, Four Stars

Broken Dreams – Book Review

Title: Broken Dreams

Author: Charlotte Brice

Genre: Paranormal romance/reverse harem

Rating: Four stars

** This book contains sexual elements throughout **

 

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“When Heather finds her memories suddenly gone, she is alone and being chased. That is until four handsome strangers come to her rescue and invite her into their home and their lives.

But all is not as it seems, these men have secrets they would rather keep hidden, but there’s something about Heather that stops them keeping their secrets, or their hands, to themselves.

When the sexual longing hits the roof, it seems Heather had a secret or two of her own, secrets she couldn’t tell even if she wanted to.

Can Heather fix these broken men and give them a reason to live once more, or will her dreams become shattered like her saviours?”

* * *

The more indie books you read, the more chance you have of running into a reverse harem these days. This is the first one I’ve read for a while but it’s also one of the most unpredictable reverse harems I’ve ever read – in a good way!

Heather stumbles into a club without any clue who she is or what has happened to her and quickly falls into the arms of four men who take her under their wings. After a whole host of unexpected sexual shenanigans, the men find themselves losing control of their supernatural powers around Heather. With the exception of Roken who hasn’t shifted for a very long time.

The characters and their history were really captivating and a whole picture of the men’s centuries together was well constructed. I got really invested in their backstories while Heather was trying to learn hers.

All in all, here’s what this book is: great story, great characters and a cool as hell ending – which I’m not going to spoil for you here. Read it and be amazed.

One thing confused me a little, though. I thought Heather was the star of the show of this book but by the end, Roken started to become the main focus which was an awesome plot point, but it felt a bit like the story went off on a tangent. By the end, I still wasn’t entirely sure what Heather’s past was, which was what the build up of the story had promised.

I want to make this clear, I am not at all disappointed with the ending of this book, it just went off in a different direction that was just as, if not more, entertaining. It would just have been nice to have all the loose ends tied up.

I recommend this one if you’re looking for something particularly steamy, this is the hottest reverse harem I’ve ever read!

Check Broken Dreams out on Amazon.

Thanks for reading!

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