Fragmented (Section Eight Series #3)

Fragmented (Section Eight Series #3)

by Stephanie Tyler
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Fragmented (Section Eight Series #3) 3.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It was an okay story the 1st one was the best...
Barb-TRC More than 1 year ago
Fragmented by Stephanie Tyler is the 3rd book in her Section 8 series. It is difficult to write a review without some background, and possible spoilers of previous books. Please be aware that the start of Fragmented details heavily with the cliffhanger from the previous book, Unbreakable. When we last left off in Unbreakable, Drea had lost her memory. Drea is a doctor, who was kidnapped by Jem, a Section 8 operative and brought to Section 8 to save Avery, our heroine in that book. By the time the book ended, Drea was happy to be part of the team, but after a covert mission failed, Drea did not remember Jem or the team. Fragmented is Drea and Jem’s story, and we learn at the start that Drea has slowly begun to remember some things about Section 8, and the team. Carolina, and the doctors have been working for months with Drea, and when she slowly begins to remember her feelings for Jem, he brings her back to Section 8 to protect her. Danny, who is Drea ex-boyfriend, is the main villain in this story. Though she may not remember as much as she would like to, Drea knows how dangerous Danny is to her. Jem will do anything he can to protect Drea from Danny, the FBI and other agencies who threaten Drea. The Section 8 team all band together to help her, bringing in a new partner, who will help clear the way for the team to fight the bureaucracy and continue to do their covert rescue operations. What follows is an exciting story, with Jem and the Section 8 team trying to save a young kidnapped girl, and at the same time protect Drea from Danny, his MC members, and the government officials working with him. The romance between Jem and Drea was hot, and it is their true feelings for each other that will bring Drea fully back to Section 8. I loved being able to see all of the team again. I really enjoy this series by Stephanie Tyler, as she has created a wonderful group of characters that make up the Section 8 team. I will say that though Fragmented was a good story, it was in my opinion not as good as the two previous books. Drea and Jem were a great couple, and their chemistry was hot; but I suspect that my reasoning may have to do with the many flashbacks for Jem that slowed the story somewhat. However, with that being said, this was still a great book and series.
BooksnKisses More than 1 year ago
NUMBER OF HEARTS: 3 3/4 REVIEW:  Fragmented is book 3 in the Section 8 series. In my review of Unbreakable (bk 2) I had said that you could read Unbreakable (bk 2) without reading Surrender (bk 1). Well you really should read Unbreakable (bk 2) before reading Fragmented (bk 3). Fragmented picks up where Unbreakable leave off and the events that happened to Drea. So if you have not read Unbreakable you might want to stop here.  Fragmented did pick up after the events from Unbreakable. Which left Drea without parts of her memory. But she remembers the man in the photo. A man she sees as a hero. Her hero.  But sometimes people are not what they seem. Drea found that out a long time ago too.  Jem’s job was to protect Drea and he let her down. But when push comes to shove he doesn’t know if he is strong enough to walk away from her.  This was a good story. I enjoyed Jem & Drea’s story. I was also thankful that it was not as heart wrenching as the prior books. I am not sure that I could have handled another story like Grace’s. I really wish that Drea would have done just a tad bit more in that room with Danny (I know I would have given the chance). There is a lot going on in Fragmented. From the FBI to the Biker gangs Section 8 has it’s hands full.  I am very interested to see what happens with Jem’s little brother Key ( :D). Oh and Ethan. We can’t for get Ethan.  Disclaimer:  I received a complimentary copy of this book from NetGalley & PENGUIN GROUP Berkley, NAL / Signet Romance, DAW in exchange for an honest review. This review is my own opinion and not a paid review. 
Anonymous More than 1 year ago