The divorce was just the beginning. . .
Kimera Davis had a plan to jump start her life and land on easy street. But a disastrous marriage has her making amends and picking up the pieces. It’s a struggle to balance her new responsibilities and her ex, who keeps pressuring her for another chance. All of this has her family scandalized, and with her minister father’s health suffering, trying to do the right thing is pulling Kimera and the only man she’s ever really loved further and further apart . . .
But as Kimera’s bad luck piles up, she senses there’s something more than faulty decisions at play. Someone’s playing a desperate, dangerous game with her life . . . and she’ll have to win if she wants to survive.
About the Author
Briana Cole began writing short stories and poetry at a young age, then used her poems to start a greeting card business in high school. After graduating cum laude with a bachelor’s degree from Georgia Southern University, she independently published three novels. Briana is an Atlanta native and proud mother of two. Her motto and ultimate drive toward success is a famous quote from Mae West: “You only live once, but if you do it right, once is enough.” Connect with Briana online at BrianaCole.com, and on Facebook, Goodreads, Instagram, and Twitter @bcoleauthor.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
The Vows We Break is the second installment in the Unconditional series. We pick right up where The Wives We Play ended. Kimera is finally happy and moving on with her life , dealing with the scandal of Leo and his other wives. Once again Kimera runs into more bad luck and problems with a ex that wants her back and refuses to let her be happy. I patiently waited in anticipation for this book to become available and I was not disappointed at all. The story grabbed me and did not let go, it still has me as I wait for the final book to be released. This story was filled with drama, scandal, lies and great plot twists. I suspected one of the twists and I was very surprised how it unfolded, I did not see that coming at all. The ending left me wanting more and upset. This is a great series and I look forward to the next one.
Briana Cole’s The Vows We Break drew me in from the very beginning. I did not realize that this was the second book in a series, but that did not stand in the way of me continuing this read. I am now in the process of reading the first book in the series, by the way. Let me tell you, this book will definitely keep you on your toes. And the ending? Well, it will catch you by surprise. Kimera Davis has made some questionable decisions in her life. In the end, though, all she wants is to be with the man that she loves. However, trust is a necessary element for a relationship, and it is causing some problems. Needless, to say, this lends itself to making life interesting between these two as they work to have a relationship. You know that there always has to be something, or someone to make things just a tad more difficult. In this case, it is both. Kimera just can’t seem to catch a break not to mention those around her continue to suffer consequences because of her choices. Pick this book up and dive in. I guarantee you won’t regret it. Thank you to NetGalley, Briana Cole, and Dafina Books for the opportunity to review this book.
The Vows We Break is book two in Briana Cole’s Unconditional series. Ms. Cole is still approaching familial and romantic relationships from a fresh viewpoint and does not disappoint in this continuation of her urban romance series. Kimera Davis is still up to her old tricks, lying and deceiving, in order to make a fast dollar. Her manipulations are putting a strain on all her relationships. Her games are proving to have serious, dangerous consequences. Cole continues to test the bonds of love and family in this second novel of her Unconditional series. Once again presenting the dual sides of human nature and giving plenty of drama with unexpected plot twists. I give The Vows We Break 4 out of 5 stars. I almost dropped my rating to 3 stars because I don’t like the main character. She’s well-developed and her story is well-written. She’s just not likeable. It’s a sure sign of literary excellence when the characters can extract real emotions from the reader, good or bad. The ending leaves you wanting more and is a perfect lead-in to book three in the series, The Hearts We Burn, which I will definitely be reading. My thanks to Kensington Books and NetGalley for the opportunity to read an advance copy of this book. However the opinions expressed in this review are 100% mine and mine alone.