The Broken Lake

The Broken Lake

by Shelena Shorts

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Overview

In the aftermath of Sophie's ordeal, Weston will make some uncharacteristic decisions to distance himself from the past in an attempt to change the future.
But, while venturing into the improbable, the present sneaks up in a chilling way that will lead to Wes' unexpected submission. Suddenly, Sophie will find herself watching as both his immortal secret and his own existence are threatened.
Continuously intriguing, The Broken Lake takes readers to a place where eternal bonds confront a division that is sure to leave everyone wondering whom they can trust.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780982500514
Publisher: Lands Atlantic Publishing
Publication date: 04/23/2010
Pages: 308
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.69(d)
Age Range: 12 - 17 Years

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Broken Lake 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 19 reviews.
brandileigh2003 on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
The romance in The Broken Lake really made me lose my breath. I am really jealous of Sophie and want to steal him away all for my own. Shelena has a wonderful thing going with this series, and has a talent at writing romantic scenes. The simplicity but beauty of their interactions are wonderful. Both Wes and Sophie have their own personalities and they are able to join together to make a strong and interesting couple. While there is not quite as much action, there is plenty of character building, romance developing, and sub-plots coming together. There is a new character introduced and we finally get to meet Kerry as well. I am a big fan of Sophie's friends. Dawn and Kerry are not perfect but they are well written and they are their own people. They have their purposes and I love to see their interactions. The Broken Lake left a smile on my face almost the whole time reading it, and a sense of longing, giddiness at a few hot scenes as well as a few sweet ones. I must say though this does end on a cliff hanger (again) and I am dying to get my hands on Iron Quill.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Have enjoyed this series even though I try to avoid serial fiction. The story line is couched in some wonderful writing. The creative spark is doing a great job in a drawn out but fluid story. SK
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Just as good as the first one.
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well i love all the characters... it's so real...like a real person jumping out of the pages.. i love this book, i love the way Shelena wrote this... but i just can't accept that all i've got after crying and be so emotional after reading the chalet scene, is to be left hanging...!!! can't wait for the next sequence to come out..!!! i highly recommend this to all ya lovers like me...
BlkosinerBookBlog More than 1 year ago
The romance in The Broken Lake really made me lose my breath. I am really jealous of Sophie and want to steal him away all for my own. Shelena has a wonderful thing going with this series, and has a talent at writing romantic scenes. The simplicity but beauty of their interactions are wonderful. Both Wes and Sophie have their own personalities and they are able to join together to make a strong and interesting couple. While there is not quite as much action, there is plenty of character building, romance developing, and sub-plots coming together. There is a new character introduced and we finally get to meet Kerry as well. I am a big fan of Sophie's friends. Dawn and Kerry are not perfect but they are well written and they are their own people. They have their purposes and I love to see their interactions. The Broken Lake left a smile on my face almost the whole time reading it, and a sense of longing, giddiness at a few hot scenes as well as a few sweet ones. I must say though this does end on a cliff hanger (again) and I am dying to get my hands on Iron Quill.
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