Erica was broken years ago but never knew quite how much until John Foster presented her with a fantasy she could not have with him.
In BROKEN, Jae Johnson's follow-up to her debut novel, ALWAYS, Robert and Erica find their way to each other, but can they balance one another's baggage, piece together their broken shards and find the path to their always? Journey with Robert and Erica as they navigate egos, self-perception and broken hearts while making their way toward what all lovers hope to find, the ever-elusive Happily Ever After.
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About the Author
Jae is a professional copywriter by day and a fantasy spinner by night. When not writing and being a wife and mom, Jae spends her time onstage with local community theatres losing herself in the fantastic art of make-believe. A few of her onstage credits include Chicago: The Musical (Matron Mama Morton), 9 to 5: The Musical (Judy), Rabbit Hole (Becca), The Drowsy Chapperone (The Woman) and The Great American Trailer Park Musical (Jeannie.)
Jae is a member of Romance Writers of America, the trade association for romance writers. She is also a member of RWA's special interest chapter for erotic romance writers, Passionate Ink.
Jae is available for speaking engagements, public appearances and interviews and is always thrilled to speak with reading and writing groups by telephone or Skype
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Eli has shared a house in London with friends for some years, but two years ago he lost his live-in partner of some five years, an American, as a result of a gay-bashing, and he still has not gotten over the emotional trauma. Then Alec, a handsome young professor of psychology also from America moves into their house, and gradually Eli comes out of himself as he a Alec begin to draw close. But when Eli becomes suspicious of the reasons for the apparent coincidence of Alec's arrival in their household, it looks like everything will fall apart again. This is a very touching and at times moving love story, and a story of recovery from loss and the difficulties of moving on. The characters are well drawn, diverse and appealing, from the sexually ambivalent and strong young American black woman who owns the house, and who takes a motherly interest in its occupants, to the two other male residents, Tony and Lyle, who refuse to admit they love one another and whose frequent arguments introduce a touch of light relief to the proceedings. Any shortcomings in the writing are soon forgotten as one becomes totally absorbed in the story; Broken makes for a rewarding read.
This is an EXCEPTIONAL book. It is graphic in some places with abuse parts but it helped me understand a lot of personal things. If you only read one book this year, read this one!