I have had Broken by J.B. McGee downloaded for some time but, didn’t have a chance to read it until recently. How I wish I had only know what I was missing out on.
J.B. McGee has written a beautiful and heartwarming story about fate and taking chances, and the battle to overcome heartache while learning to trust in your heart again. J.B. has taken her time developing the story, not rushing the important moments, making me feel like I was actually caught up in the moment.
I ardor the characters of Broken, Gabby is beautiful and full life but there is always something holding her back from being the person, she knows in her heart, she wants to be. Bradley has never experienced anything like this in his life before, is he really ready for it?
What I really enjoyed about Broken was that I experienced so many emotions while reading this story but yet, by the end of this first novel my heart was left feeling full of love and hope.
Looking for a for a feel good love story that will toy with your emotions, make your pulse race and leave you wanting more, Broken is your next read. I can’t wait for Mending, the second novel in this series to be released. <3 N. 4/5
J.B. McGee and her family now reside in Buford, Georgia, to be closer to their children’s medical team. After a passion for reading had been re-ignited, J.B. decided to finally give writing a shot. Broken (This Series), is her first book and first series.
She looked up to him with big hazel eyes. Her brows furrowed. She put the plate down and backed up to the bar putting her head in her hands. “I know, but there’s more than just my hurt over Ian and Lindsey.”
“So, don’t you think I should sort that out before I jump into this.”
“Honestly, no. I think you’re using that as an excuse.”
“We’ll see. I’m going to start seeing a therapist in a couple of weeks.”
He finished the dishes and turned to her. “Well, I gotta go. The guys wanted to go out tonight before things get crazy this semester.” He pulled Gabby into a big brother style hug. “I think that if you meet him Wednesday, you should greet him with a great big kiss.”
She jabbed her fist into his chest and growled, “Grrr. You are such a…”
He grabbed her wrist. “A good friend who is telling you that you deserve to be happy?” Smiling as he raised his eyebrow. “Anyway, you’re wound so tight from having not gotten any lovin’ since Ian that you are like a spinning top waiting to be released?”
She shook her head as she narrowed her eyes. “Ugh, your head is always in the gutter. Just skadoodle.”
“Hey, you asked for my advice and here it is.” He winked. “Careful what you ask for baby girl.”
“Seriously, I do appreciate it. You always speak your, hmmm…” She looked at his head and then down and back up again. “Your mind.” She busted out laughing. “I just haven’t figured out which is which yet.”
“What can I say?” He laughed. “Do tell him that if he hurts you, I’ll only be so happy to kick his ass.”
Gabby looked up to him with a proud smile. “Hey, Bradley! My faux big bro is gonna kick your ass if you hurt her.” She giggled. “Yep, perfect way to start a relationship.”
“I’m serious. You can tell him or I’ll tell him when I meet him.” He leaned over and kissed her on the head. “I’m outta here.”
“Thanks for the pizza.”
He winked as he walked out the door. “Anytime.”