Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Brokedown Hearts by Cameron Dane Recommended read

Title: Brokedown Hearts
Series: Foster Siblings, 3
Author: Cameron Dane
Publisher:  Loose-Id
Page Count:  363
Genre: MM, Contemporary
Reviewer:  Redz

Publisher Blurb:
Ex-con David Joyner returns home knowing he must atone for his past sins. Working at an animal shelter, David keeps his head down, desperate to prove to a hostile town he’s a new man. The one time David looks up, he spots fellow motel dweller Ben, and is terrified by his attraction to the man. David doesn’t want to feel anything. He can only damage what he loves.

On a forced vacation, PI Ben Evans accepts a job to tail a recently released prisoner. What begins as an easy gig turns complicated when Ben, a controlled man, can’t deny the pang of empathy he feels for his subject, David. Ben can’t suppress his aggressive sexual desires whenever he’s near David either.

Repeatedly crossing paths, David and Ben do their best to fight their growing attraction. When passion explodes, and secrets are revealed, both men have to conquer inner demons in order to accept the others love.

Someone has turned the tables on David, though, stalking him and leaving threatening notes. Will anyone believe David if he tells? And when David’s stalker raises the stakes, can Ben find the man who has become his world in time to save their love?

Brokedown Hearts by Cameron Dane is a book I couldn’t stop reading and re-reading over and over again.  The pure emotion coming off the pages of this book makes it a remarkable read.   Cameron Dane is one of my personal favorite authors because of the ability this author has to connect me to the characters.   
David, from the minute you meet him you have your heart strings tugged. He has so much going against him.  For most people that would break them, but not David. He retains his loving sweet nature despite what he has gone through and continues to go through. Especially with his brother… I wanted to his David’s brother so badly. Just to wake him up.
Ben has been hired by the new boyfriend of David’s ex boyfriend.  He has good reason to think that David needs to be watched. But the more Ben gets to know David the more he cannot stay away.  He gets all protective of David and the sparks more than fly. 
What I adored about these characters is they need what the other has. David is a person who needs to give his all to his partner.  Ben is a person who needs to own the person he is in love with. They are perfect together.  The chemistry really is off the charts.
I have not read this series in order and I was not lost at all.  I really loved this addition to the series and will be stalking for more.   If you like highly charged emotional stories you will want to re read over and over again this is a book I highly recommend.

                                              Five Shooting Stars and a Recommended Read

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