Come Hell or High Water (Broken Heart Series #6)

Come Hell or High Water (Broken Heart Series #6)

by Michele Bardsley
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Come Hell or High Water (Broken Heart Series #6) by Michele Bardsley

Things get a little devilish in the sixth Broken Heart novel from New York Times bestselling author Michele Bardsley. 

Everybody makes mistakes—my first one was named Connor, a heart-stealing Scottish hottie. I thought our night together was the beautiful beginning to a love story, which turned out to be my second mistake. I, Phoebe Allen, lifelong Broken Heart resident and vampire, am now mated to a half-demon.

Thankfully Phoebe's four-year-old son Danny is safely away at Disneyworld with his human father. Because Phoebe's right in the middle of major paranormal drama, helping Connor and his rag-tag group of friends retrieve part of an ancient talisman in order to ward off Connor's vicious stepmother, an uber-demon named Lilith. Phoebe swears she isn't falling for any of Connor's demon charm. But still, he's willing to do anything to protect her and prevent demons from storming into Broken Heart. And her undead heart can't resist a bad boy with identity issues...

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781101171257
Publisher: Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date: 01/05/2010
Series: Broken Heart Series , #6
Sold by: Penguin Group
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 320
Sales rank: 172,041
File size: 389 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Michele Bardsley is the New York Times bestselling author of the Broken Heart series.

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Come Hell or High Water 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 49 reviews.
Cid More than 1 year ago
The Setting -- has a bit more variety to it this time than just Broken Heart, Oklahoma. The vistas of Hell and Tulsa - totally different settings I swear - are visited. It's still the same quirky places we know from the other books, but with a bit more variety considering Connor's demonic upbringing. The Characters -- are always a treat. Phoebe resonates with that urge any girl has to just throw caution to the wind, except you gotta remember the consequences; if you're sixteen and breaking a rule, or if you're a 25 year old vampire doing the "horizontal bop" with someone you think you know. I continue to like the various character struggles in the Broken Heart books. Phoebe struggles with decisions about her son and his future, Connor has not only Phoebe to worry about - but other people who may die because of his choices, and other characters who may only be supporting the stars but are no less real and charming. The Plot -- is charming - probably one of my favorite Broken Heart books! Okay, at least until Must Love Lycans come out. I liked how the normal progression of the romance was sped up in this one and how it dealt with consequences and choices. Yes, I'm finding moral points in the book - it's not anything to hang your hat on, but I liked how the romance was wound around facing the consequences of a spur of the moment decision and the characters took their choices seriously. As always, it's quirky, it's fun, it has me laughing and not wanting to put it down. I'm only sad that there's not ten more books to read after this one - like, right now!
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Another winner for Bardsley!
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