Break Me

Break Me

by Amanda Heath


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ISBN-13: 9781497331051
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 03/21/2014
Pages: 232
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.49(d)

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Break Me 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
AnneR24 More than 1 year ago
Holy smokes!  For real. Wow.  I can think of 9 words to describe this book: Emotional. Death. Grief. Healing. Love. Healing. Life. Surprises/shockers!  This book and this series is awesome. I'm so glad that book 3 is already done and I don't have to wait or I'd likely pull my hair out. I have GOT to see what happens next. Seriously... you never know!  That's the great thing about this author... expect the unexpected!  LOVE IT!
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MichelleKemp More than 1 year ago
I loved it what a great series 5 stars
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EMAReads More than 1 year ago
This book broke my heart.  The prologue sets the stage- Wesley is reeling from the sudden loss of her boyfriend Trey.  They were each others world for the last two years – with plans of the future. As she sinks further into depression the world continues to turn. She returns to school and goes through the motions until she can’t. Going through all of the stages of grief with Wesley is devastating.  Her friends are so tuned out, her brother is so sweet and tries so hard to help. Everything is changing. The growth that Wesley goes through is incredible.  She’s not perfect by any means.  She’s a teen for goodness sake.  And there are times she needs a good shake! I loved how they challenge each other, support and cheer for each other. Now I loved Royal in Make Me. He is the epitome of man whore redeemed and made crazy in love.  Who wouldn’t love a swimmer/musician and is so passionate and protective?? Anyone?? *crickets* Love how the characters use music to communicate with each other. Their relationship is so mature and realistic at times-yet so full of teen angst. And good gracious the teen drama that surrounds this story-whew! The end of this story-holy hell!  Can.Not.Wait for book 3
Book_worms77 More than 1 year ago
I was gifted this book by the author for an honest review. I gave this book 5 stars This is book #2 in the Make or Break series This is Wesley and Royal's story Wes is trying to get over the recent death of her two year long boyfriend - Trey. While she is in her grieving state, her best friends are too consumed in themselves and each other to even notice that Wes is going down a path that could eventually kill her.  Royal Sanders is just a guy on the swim team who is failing his history class. Because of some family history between a close friend and Wes' cousin, he's constantly getting hateful glares and snarky comments from Wes' two best friends.  Wes and Royal eventually cross paths and fall hard for each other, but can Wes let go of Trey and get past the fact that she's falling in love with the enemy? Or will Wes choose her family over the one chance she has to save herself, and in the process hurt Royal? This book taught me a lot about grief and letting go of hardships between family's. It also taught me how to confide in my family because really, no matter what, family will always be there. No matter the ups and downs or through the goods and the bad, they won't leave you behind.  This book deserves well above the 5 stars mark, but sadly I cannot grant a rating that high. Well worth the read, and so is the first book. I have many ideas of what's to come in the third book, and I am so excited for when it finally comes out! Thank you, for a truly amazing read.
pepperjwooten More than 1 year ago
Break Me (Make or Break #2) by Amanda Heath 4 out of 5 Stars I don’t even know where to start with this review. Wesley Bridges is beyond broken, she’s hollow, raw, empty, and alone after the death of her boyfriend/best friend. Her friends Annabella and Pierce are so caught up in their own self-centeredness and high school drama that they abandon Wes in her darkest moments. Everyone but her brother Bentley refuses to reach into the pit of her despair to help her out, that is until she’s asked to tutor Royal Sanders. Being a history nut, Wes agrees not realizing that Royal just might be the one who will get down in the pit and actually lift her out rather than just offer a helping hand. Full of other characters that you come to really like and some you’d like to knock some sense into, depending on which one your reading about, this book really has a well-rounded cast of people to keep it moving at a great pace! My favorite person is Royal and here is why: “You can push me all you want, girl, but I’m not going to run. I have a twin sister. I know how you teenage girls work. You want me to run so I’ll let you live alone in your misery, but that’s not going to happen. I won’t let you shrivel up and die, Wesley…You showed me a side of you that I don’t think anyone has ever seen. That means something to me, whether you like it or not. I’m here for you. Remember that always.” I guess the reason it didn’t get a fifth star is because I couldn’t ever forget I was reading a book. For me what makes a book amazing is when I forget I’m reading and I just become another character or it’s like I’m watching it happen in real life. However, in Break Me Wesley actually talks to the readers sometimes, then in other parts you are just an observer, then in other parts you aren’t actually sure what perspective you are reading from. It’s not disconcerting or confusing, just it doesn’t allow you to forget that you are reading, at least it didn’t allow me to forget. Otherwise I truly enjoyed this book and really look forward to the next book in the Make or Break series!!! *Free digital copy given in exchange for an honest review* Pepper, My Secret Book Spot
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Well this book turns out to be a good continuation of this series. It doesnt pick up where Make Me ended but follows the story through Royal and Wesleys eyes. 141 pages long but the author milked every one of those pages for all they were worth.