Honor: The Breaking Point (Breaking Point Series #1)

Honor: The Breaking Point (Breaking Point Series #1)

by Jay Crownover

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ISBN-13: 9780062435576
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date: 10/18/2016
Series: Breaking Point Series , #1
Sold by: HARPERCOLLINS
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 368
Sales rank: 24,647
File size: 732 KB

About the Author

Jay Crownover is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of the Marked Men and Welcome to the Point series. Like her characters, she is a big fan of tattoos. She loves music and wishes she could be a rock star, but since she has no aptitude for singing or instrument playing, she’ll settle for writing stories with interesting characters that make the reader feel something. She lives in Colorado with her three dogs.

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Honor: The Breaking Point 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 30 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I write actual reviews for very few books. A book has to be completely amazing to get one. You guys. It. was. so. good. Honor just blew me away. I’ve loved all of Jay Crownover’s books so it’s not like I was completely surprised. But… I didn’t think I would love Nassir as much (maybe more) as I love Bax. Or love Keelyn more than I love Dovey. Nassir is a man with a very very dark past. This is not just a bad boy with an attitude. This man has seen and done some very bad things. He had a terrible childhood. He was forced to grow up too fast. But when he meets Keelyn Foster, there is something in her that calls to him. Keelyn didn’t have a great life either. But she’s been taking care of herself for a long time and she doesn’t want to get sucked in to Nassir’s world. Except she’s already part of it. Nassir and Keelyn’s story is beautiful. And dark. And it will rip you apart. There is something so amazing about this series. Don’t get me wrong, I love The Marked Men. But these are something different, in a totally amazing way. I know a few people who haven’t given this series a chance, and I just don’t get it. Don’t miss out on something amazing because you were afraid to try something a little different. Something a little out of your comfort zone. This story will touch, break, and put your heart back together, all in the same 368 pages. It is still, at it’s heart, a Jay Crownover story, and you don’t want to miss it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Gates is the best worst kind of man. This book isnt on the right side of the law but that doesnt mean its wrong. Its better!!!
jneen277 More than 1 year ago
I thought I knew what to expect when I started reading Honor, but I was wrong. It was a lot darker than I expected. If you think the three Point books were dark, the first book in The Breaking Point is so much more than that. There are very few authors who can make my stomach flip with anticipation and Jay is definitely one of them. I found the prologue difficult to read, giving us an insight to Nassir’s backstory. One of the things I appreciate is, as the rest of Jay’s books, this is dual POV. There were some pivotal scenes that are typically written in the heroine’s POV, but I was thrilled to see those scenes through Nassir’s eyes. His demeanor, his composure, his inner thoughts were on display for all of us to see. There’s so much more to both Nassir and Key than you could ever imagine. Nassir and Key are both such strong characters, you can’t help but root for them. There’s just so much I want to say, but can’t without spoiling the book and, frankly, spoilers are evil. I will say, you will NOT be disappointed with this book. I took my time reading because I really wanted to feel the book. I love all of Jay’s books and have yet to be disappointed, but I think this one has definitely been bumped to the top of the list. I absolutely love the Devil and he’s very much not in disguise.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love this series!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Just didn’t draw me in. Too unrealistic for me.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved the world and the characters.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great read!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I was so happy to read Nassir & Key 's story.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Best of the series so far for me. Rough, raw, sexy... Everything that is the best and worst of the Point.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It was nice to see a real boy!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Just wasnt my cup of tea. Good book, i would recommend, but wont reread. I should have read the series from the begining, think it would have made this book better, but it can be read as a stand alone.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This author won my loyal readership with the very first of her books and continues to do so with each new one I purchase. Her books are, without fail, well written and the storylines compelling. Her characters are engaging and I can always tell she puts a little of her heart and soul into each of them. Jay, I will follow you and your stories into whatever environment your writing muse chooses to take you.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have read a lot of her other books that I loved. But this one just fell flat for me. I felt like she could have put in more of a back story with the two main characters. They had one interaction, then BAM! I need more story than that.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book took me longer than normal to finish since I did not want it to end. I wanted to hold on to it as long as I could. "Maybe that was the point. There wasn't a right or wrong way to love, there was just understanding that was there and trying your best to treat it like the fragile, valuable, precious thing that it was." "That was what it was like to be a dishonorable man with a horrific past in a wrecked city. The consequences never seemed t o end and I had a lifetime of them gunning for me." " It takes a brave woman to love the kind of men we love, Key, but they have to be just as brave to love us back. We're fighting the same fight. It's just as scary for them to lose one of us because of this life. That's why they work to make it better as hard as they do." "When has anything between is ever been easy?"
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Just finished and read it again. I loved this book! Her best one to date.
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I love everything about this book!!!! I'll always love the bad boys ???
tjoygreger More than 1 year ago
“Speak of the devil and he will appear.” In this fourth installment of Jay Crownover’s Welcome to the Point series, we finally get Nassir’s story. I have been waiting for this book since this seductively evil man first appeared in Bax’ book. It was well worth the wait. In Honor, Jay masterfully weaves her story making skills to create a captivating, panty meltingly hot narrative worthy of Nassir and Honor. During the prologue the reader gets an in depth look into the horrific background into which Nassir was born. My heart ached for boy he was, the atrocities he experienced, and the decisions he was forced to make. The hell that birthed this complicated man is far beyond what I could have ever imagined. The fact that he escaped with his soul intact (a fact that Nassir would more than likely dispute) is astounding. A man this enigmatic needs a woman who is dominant enough to rule the Point by his side. Honor is the PERFECT choice. She is quite possibly the strongest, most fiercely independent female that Jay has ever created. Honor confidently proves that she is the top b**ch and just as powerful as Nassir, all while wearing sky high stilettoes. What truly struck me about this book was how light it was compared to the other three installments. Throughout the books there was a sense of promising reconstruction in the Point. Yes there were still many seemingly insurmountable obstacles that the main characters had to face, and the Point will never become Pleasantville, but I finished the book believing that things may finally be alright for our favorite characters. And speaking of favorite characters we do get a brief visit from one of the Denver beauties and we get to meet a person named Noe who is bound to become and instant favorite. The scene with Noe and Stark was absolutely hilarious. I am hoping that we will be seeing A LOT of these two in the future!! The only criticism I have of Honor is that we get no background information on the namesake of the book. I was looking forward to learning about the circumstances that took Keelyn and molded her into Honor. Honor more than lived up to expectations. Nassir and Keelyn have quickly made their way to top of my favorite Crownover Couples list.
KrissysBookNook More than 1 year ago
Jay Crownover is one of my absolute favorite authors and this may be my favorite book of hers yet! Honor gives us a much better understanding of Nassir's character and how perfectly he fits with his "Key". ;) These two characters are dark and flawed but Jay's writing makes us completely root for the "bad guys" in this novel. I give Honor 5 out of 5 Krissy's Stars! I can't wait to see what's next for the Point! Xo- K *I was generously given an advanced copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
ValerieStuckInBooks More than 1 year ago
Here's the thing - I like bad boys but I always want some good in them. Something that makes them not so bad. Not gonna find that in Nassir. He's not gonna be a better person. This book opens with his back story. Never been a fan of him though now I can see why he is the way he is. It explains a lot about who he is. And while I get that, it wasn't a story I enjoyed hearing. Nassir is a true bad guy. He has done what he's had to to survive but it doesn't make him good. I just never cared enough about him to enjoy his story. That made me sad. Keelyn has done what she had to to survive too. She's afraid to be Nassir's girl. She ran from him. She doesn't get that swooning feeling in her heart just seeing him again. She's attracted to him but he scares her. Don't get me wrong, she's not all sweetness and goodness. She stripped in the Point to survive. She misses her sexy underwear and spiked shoes. That's just who she is. I get that. I just don't enjoy reading about her. She doesn't really appeal to me. This book is gritty, dark and hard. The characters are real and there are no excuses for who they are. They are certainly attracted to each other and Nassir wants Key. But it didn't feel like a devoted want - more of a possessive want. It matched the location well. The Point is a dark place but these people have made their lives there. They fit that place. It's just not a place I want to go to even in a book. I enjoyed the first book in this series and the third. Both of those had characters I cared about so despite the harsh environment, my heart got involved. Not so much this time. When I don't care about the characters, I struggle to like the book. Of course this is a great story and the writing is all Jay Crownover. It just wasn't for me.
VickieVL More than 1 year ago
This book rocked! I loved the plot and how steamy it could get! I liked how it intertwined parts of the story line from Denver but also linked in other characters from the Point too. Honestly, there can't be a more of a power couple than Nassir and Key because man, they are equally awesome!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Was a great book. Absolutely loved it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Nassir & Keelyn are a match made in heaven/hell! I doubt I've enjoyed a couple more!