Damaged Love by Riann C. Miller is a complicated second chance romance with a cast of characters made to love. I went into this book without knowing anything about it, but because I’ve read a couple of other books by Riann I felt comfortable going in without my usual research.
The 4 star rating is actually an average. The 1st part of this book was hard for me to connect to. I think the reason for this, is that the 1st half is told almost entirely from Jet’s POV. This is necessary given the nature of the plot, but I would have given that half of the book a 3 star rating. The 2nd half was AH-MAZING. I absolutely loved the characters that were introduced in the 2nd half and having more of Rachel’s POV really helped to cement their story for me.
Damaged Love will be $0.99 for release week only.
I received an advance review copy of this book that I have chosen to review.
True love never dies . . . but some lies are impossible to forget.
Nothing worth having in life is simple. No truer words have ever been spoken.
At the age of nineteen, I knew exactly what I wanted out of life, but everything changed after a chance encounter with a woman I couldn’t get out of my head, one that left me wanting more. What I felt for her was unforgettable; no matter how hard I tried, I couldn’t purge her from my mind. She became my weakness . . . my everything. Little did I know our lives were on a predetermined course, leading us toward certain destruction.
They say love can be blinding, and I unknowingly walked straight into the blazing light.
Jet was never meant to be mine, but for a short period of time, he helped me forget the anguish that had always been my constant companion. I allowed myself to feel happiness, to get comfortable, to be free of the nightmare that was my reality. But, when you’re harboring a secret, it’s only a matter a time before the truth is unveiled.
Damaged Love will be 99c for release week only.
Riann C. Miller lives in southeast Kansas and writes steamy contemporary romance stories. When she’s not reading or writing, she spends time with her friends and family or you might catch her watching a baseball game with a beer in her hand.