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Visibly Broken by Chelsea Camaron, M.J. Fields

 
 

September 20, 2016

 

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Jeri’s Book Attic

 
 

 

 

Title :              Visibly Broken

Author :           Chelsea Camaron, MJ Fields

Series :            n/a

Release date :   20 Sep 2016

Rating :           3 Stars

 

 

Blurb : In a powerful, smoldering novel from the bestselling authors of the Caldwell Brothers series (“Bad boy heroes to die for!”—Tracy Wolff), two tortured souls team up to overcome the past, finding the courage to heal . . . and to love.Jason “Cobra” Stanley was born to fight. With a father like his, he had to toughen up just to survive. Now Cobra tries to take out all of his frustration, all of his anger, and all of his pain in the MMA cage. But after he receives one too many hits to the head during a match with Jagger Caldwell, the cycle of violence comes to a screeching halt. Cobra wakes up in the hospital, under the care of a nurse whose blond hair shines like a halo—and whose pure heart touches him on the deepest level.Lorraine Bosch is a fighter too. Having escaped from her own controlling father, she prides herself on remaining professional, despite the chaos of the ER. But Cobra is the ultimate distraction. Lorraine knows she should run away screaming from his rippling muscles and shattered psyche. And yet how can she deny this broken man a second chance—especially since she knows exactly what he’s been through? Lorraine’s used to playing guardian angel. Now it’s her turn to find heaven in Cobra’s arms.

 

Review : I just finished reading Visibly Broken by Chelsea Camaron, M.J. Fields a few days ago and I am still not sure how I feel about it.

 

The book is a well written novel about two people that are (from my point of view) already more than just “broken”.

 

“Cobra” is dealing with it more or less for anyone to see – using violence as his outlet. An underground fighter who’s family is basically destroying him bit by bit – day by day just by being there. But the other one I think is even worse, because

 

“angel” is basically living several life’s. A before and an after, her life and … another, the nurse and the ….(spoiler alert). And the downward spiral for her seems to go even faster than “cobras”

 

Can two broken – basically really broken beyond repair – people really save each other ?

 

During reading I often wonder where those two were ever going to find a common ground. Because the darkness within and around them just seemed to constantly pile up instead of getting less.

 

But I could not feel the buildup between them, for me the spark was missing. It felt more like it remained what it was from beginning on “his DREAM of an Angel with blond hair shining like a halo”

 

But judging from the other reviews I see I am the odd one out here so I think if you feel you like the blurb you should give it a try and then later please comment to me what you felt …

 

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