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Book Review: Break Me by Meagan Brandy

Break Me by Meagan Brandy
Break Me by Meagan Brandy
Break Me by Meagan Brandy

Title: Break Me (Brayshaw High #5)
Author: Meagan Brandy
Genre: Contemporary Romance, New Adult Romance
My rating:
5 of 5 Stars

Break Me is the best sort of fan service.

Brielle Bishop is supposed to be a pawn in Royce Brayshaw’s plans for payback. That would work if she didn’t shake his world up five minutes after meeting him.

Okay, peeps, this book put me through the wringer. I laughed. I got pissed off. I cried my ever-loving eyes out. Royce has always been a mess, and his book could not be anything other than a love story of epic messy proportions. You love him, and you know he is going to eff it up from the start.

I didn’t understand the animosity between Royce and Bishop that sets up the plot, but you need to have some crisis to have a story. Still, I loved Brielle, and she is a unique character to this series, very different from the earlier heroines. It’s nice not having an in your face female. Something softer for the most in your face Brayshaw is a plus. But watching Royce fight himself while all the previous MCs pulled for him and tried to get him to disengage his head from his bottom was ironic.

Since I sobbed myself through an entire ten minutes of this book and Meagan Brandy rallied in the end to give readers a true HEA, I have to say that this book has a bit of something for everyone.

Highly recommend. Bring tissues.

I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary advance copy of this book.

Break Me by Meagan Brandy
Break Me by Meagan Brandy
Break Me by Meagan Brandy
Break Me by Meagan Brandy

About Meagan Brandy:

Meagan Brandy is a USA Today and Wall Street Journal bestselling author of New Adult romance books. She is a candy crazed, jukebox junkie who tends to speak in lyrics. Born and raised in California, she is a married mother of three crazy boys who keep her bouncing from one sports field to another, depending on the season, and she wouldn’t have it any other way. Starbucks is her best friend and words are her sanity.

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