Saturday, September 2, 2017


Take to the Limit: An Unbroken Heroes Novel by [Ryder, Dawn]
Holding out for a hero
A hardened military machine, Bram Magnus is a tough, combat-ready, all-American hero who never surrenders. But the one thing he can’t fight? His smoldering, intense attraction to his girlfriend’s younger sister. He’s always kept his feelings locked deeply down. But when his girlfriend betrays him the night before he ships off to Afghanistan, Bram has one chance to show the woman he’s resisted for years that he wants her as fiercely as the first day he saw her.
Ever since her older sister first brought home the soldier with steely hard muscles and piercing eyes, Jaelyn has wanted Bram, and when her sister casts him aside the night before he leaves, Jaelyn can’t resist one steamy hot kiss with him. But danger is not far behind, and even as a deadly enemy hunts them, their relationship only grows more explosive. It’s all Bram can do to keep Jaelyn safe, but with a threat this powerful, will they pay the ultimate price for their passion?  AMAZON 3.5 STARS

This book had some main strong characters in it.   As well as some strong secondary people, strong language and also some strong subject matters.  It was definitely a adult story because of some of the content and there were scenes of sex as well.

I did like Jaelyn. It was so much fun to see how much steel she had in her backbone when she had some situations that challenged her.  Yes, she was a good girl, yes she had a good heart, yes she lived with honor and caring.  BUT, there was also a whole different side or depth to her and it was good to see it when it comes out.  Her grandfather begins to share with her how much she is like her grandmother.  Speaking of her grandfather, now there is a man who is a hoot, someone with unexpected depths.  It was fun to watch that come out into the open.

Bram finds out almost too late, that he has been "dating" the wrong sister.  When he finally really sees her, he's hooked.  But that doesn't mean everything is going to be a walk in the park.  And that's not even counting the dangerous job he is involved with.
Something that I didn't quite enjoy as much was that fact that in several places the story kind of slowed down and there were several times that there were things that were repeated over and over.   But when there was action?  Yes, there was action.  So I guess the truth is I have mixed feelings about this book. 

I received a copy of this book via Netgalley and this is my honest opinion of it.  

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