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Wyatt Grayson and Miles Porter embark on a weekend of drinking and partying with their good friend and fellow actor Jesse. On a short break from filming the second installment of the Forced Romance trilogy, the trio find themselves at the mercy of the two beautiful women.
Wyatt and Charlotte never intended to fall in love but when she's attacked by her former boyfriend, Wyatt quickly learns that he can't live without her. Charlotte finds herself clinging to Wyatt for her own salvation from her nightmare. But can their love withstand the broken road they find themselves on? Can it prevail despite Wyatt's promiscuous history, the temptation posed by ever-present and ever-willing bimbos, the geographic distance between them, and his demanding film schedule? Or will the turmoil of Charlotte's past, Wyatt's troubled childhood, and the threat posed by Tony keep them forever apart?
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***I received an ARC copy of this book from Inkwater Press in exchange for an honest review ** In the first installment of the Broken Road series we meet Charlie and Riley, best friends who decide to take a trip to Las Vegas to get away from Charlie's abusive ex-boyfriend. While there, they meet Wyatt, Miles and Jesse, actors who are taking a mini vacation from a movie that they are shooting. Overall, I really enjoyed the storyline of the book. I connected well with all of the characters and each of the struggles that they were facing. I found myself feeling the same emotions they were going through as I was reading and couldn't wait to find out what happened next. Despite my overall enjoyment of the book, there are a few main reasons I am only giving the book 3 stars. First off, the dialogue between the characters was very poorly written. Being 26 years old myself, like Charlie, I can't imagine conversations with my friends or significant others taking place the way the conversations in the book did. They just sounded very proper and almost forced. I often found myself thinking "Who says something like that?" as I would read pieces of a conversation. It was distracting from the overall feeling of the story. Secondly, the storyline races! We barely get a chance to know any of the characters before they are falling in love with each other (yes I realize this contradicts my statement about feeling the same emotions as the characters). As much as I enjoyed the book, I would have liked the opportunity to get to know more about the characters rather than just delve right into the drama. Lastly, I felt like the side story (Miles and Riley, Scott/Jesse/Darius) was too prominent. Give me more detail on Charlie & Wyatt while I am reading their story and give me the extra details about the other characters as the other books books come out. Maybe I'm just picky. As I said before, overall I really enjoyed the story and I do plan on reading the next one to see how all of the character's stories pan out. Somehow, despite my picky details, I got sucked into the book and read it within 2 days and was excited knowing there was another to come.