Saturday, July 23, 2016

Review of Broken Pieces by H. D'Agostino

I received this book as an ARC for an honest review. 

In this book we meet Alison, Carson, and Joey. In this book we start out finding out Alison was off at college and being an adult when for one night she decided to just cut loose. The issue with that was the one night she was with this guy she met at a bar resulted in her getting pregnaunt. She looks and looks for the guy but realizes very quickly she is going to be a single mom. There are moments before and after she has her son that she is worried she can't do this but she realizes really quickly this is about more than her and she needs to buck up for him. What happens though when she finally starts moving on and the father shows back up?

Carson is a football player and isn't looking to settle down. So when he hooks up with a girl out in the parking lot of a bar he doesn't think that it is anything out of the ordinary. Sure he thinks about her from time to time. But when they didn't exchange any information including numbers he has no way to contact her so she is just that one fun night he had. That is until he sees her at his brother's place. What happens when he not only learns he is a father but the mother is seeing his brother. Will he loose everything or get more than he ever knew he wanted?

Joey has always been in his big brother's shadow. This has cause problems with his self esteem and also his love life. So when he meets this beautiful woman he knows that she is holding something back from him but he is trying not to let his insecurities ruin what could be his one true love. What happens though when he finds out her secret. Will he give up because he doesn't believe that she will choose him over his brother or will he fight for the one woman he loves?

This story has many ups and downs to it. I like how it shows even mom's need to take a step back to not only be strong for their family but to make sure they are making the right decision.  This book has a strong female lead character that will have you on the edge of your seat from beginning to end. I would highly recommend this to anyone and everyone. There are many twists and turns I want to tell you about but don't want to ruin it for other readers. This book is part of a series but can be read as a stand alone with no problems. 

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