Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
Start by marking “Breaking the Wrong (Sloan Brothers, #2)” as Want to Read:
Breaking the Wrong (Sloan Brothers, #2)
Enlarge cover
Rate this book
Clear rating
Open Preview

Breaking the Wrong (Sloan Brothers #2)

4.11 of 5 stars 4.11  ·  rating details  ·  2,627 ratings  ·  220 reviews
Emilia Wentworth would do anything for her sister.

For three years, Emilia has lived in the past, feeling her sister's pain and hating those who are to blame, including one of the Sloan brothers.

Finally, she has had enough. The only way to be free is to create a Burn List with all the people who have ever hurt her sister.

As she crosses each name off, she gets closer and clo
Kindle Edition, 323 pages
Published March 16th 2013 by Calia Read
more details... edit details

Friend Reviews

To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

Reader Q&A

To ask other readers questions about Breaking the Wrong, please sign up.

Be the first to ask a question about Breaking the Wrong

Never Too Far by Abbi GlinesWethering the Storm by Samantha TowleThe Game Changer by J. SterlingEyes Wide Open by Raine MillerConsumed by Emily Snow
Highly Anticipated Indie Books of 2013
84th out of 1,448 books — 6,904 voters
Walking Disaster by Jamie McGuireNever Too Far by Abbi GlinesEntwined with You by Sylvia DayReckless by S.C. StephensBeautiful Disaster by Jamie McGuire
2013 New Adult Releases
122nd out of 1,160 books — 3,030 voters

More lists with this book...

Community Reviews

(showing 1-30 of 3,000)
filter  |  sort: default (?)  |  rating details
Angie's Dreamy Reads
This review was posted at Angie's Dreamy Reads!!

5+++++++...... INCREDIBLE STARS

I want to start off this review by making a claim on Macsen Sloan!! That’s right ladies...HE.IS.MINE!!! The words I would use to describe him are swoon worthy, sweet, charming, tender, rough around the edges, misunderstood, smart, intense and just plain delicious. He sings to my soul, he is the mayo to my mustard, the almond to my chocolate, the frosting to my cake. I don’t know what it is about him but he has one hun
This will be a full review because I need to warn the masses.

Actual rating: stars sub zero(and I really mean somewhere around absolute zero)

Here is the good news: this book is not as over(t)ly misogynist as its predecessor.

Here isthe not so good newsthe what else is new: it's still misogynist as fuck.

That is how I was going to begin this review.

Then I arrived at that horrible second part and suddenly we're calling everybody sluts and whores again for absolutely no reason. Really. I don't know w
Yes !!!!!! Efffffing yesssss !!!!!!

Macsens story was incredible. I loved him. Now in true real life between us ...... Macsen really is the brother for me. Quiet. Reserved. Non-party animal. Beta and Alpha ❤

Speaks my language.
Not just holy hot as shit body language or the language of girly lust
LIBRARY ❤❤❤❤ this type of man owns my heart ! when a man has his head in a book... Yeah it's a match made in heaven!

I'm gonna be honest - Emilia gave me a serious caseof ickkkks. I wanted

 photo e4dc6336-ef36-4c59-8364-5e6d08f49a17_zps9c8caecf.jpg

REVENGE. Emilia Wentworth has spent the last few years getting revenge for her sister. She’s crossed every name off her list but one. That last name is Macsen Sloan.

 photo 645987ba-fc93-4f65-abca-176f411cb719_zps3e6654d3.jpg

 photo 32913821-9178-4ce6-81ac-20191e97668f_zps9dc4dd3e.jpg

I’ve tried so hard to use those two annoying F words: forgive and forget. It never works. I can forgive, but no matter how hard I try, the memories never fade.

Something terrible happened three years ago to Emilia’s sister. It tore her family apart. Nothing has been the same. She can’t forget and she can’t move on. She decides t
Natasha is a Book Junkie
“I achieved nothing in my revenge, except handing over my heart to the one person I was supposed to hate.”

Some writers make you feel everything the characters feel, make you take the journey with them, feel every single bump in the road, but then on occasion you come across an author whose writing also makes you feel everything they felt while writing that book. Their writing style is so transparently emotional, personal, honest, that when you finish that story you not only know each characte
Melissa Brown
You think you know Macsen Sloan......but you don't. He is so much more complex than you could have imagined in Every Which Way. Get ready for an incredibly intense, gripping, sexy and intellectually stimulating read. I cannot get enough of this book and it is now one of my very favorites!!!

Emilia Wentworth would do anything for her sister. I fell for Emilia after just a few sentences. She got into my heart quickly and never left. I fell for Mac (he lets me call him that) in E.W.W. He wasn't the
”If everyone knew the truth, no one would really ask for love. But when it drops into your life, you can only hope that you have enough strength to hang on.”

Breaking the Wrong is the second book in the Sloan Brothers series by Calia Read. It is the story of Emilia and one of the Sloan boys. Just in case you haven’t read the first in the series, Every Which Way, I’ll leave his name out so it won’t spoil anything for you… :)

So, Emilia has a huge vendetta against this Sloan brother for something th
Autumn Review
I absolutely loved Breaking the Wrong. Why, you ask? There are so many reasons why I loved it, but I'll start with the characters. I am a character reader. I love it when I can connect with the characters in the books I read. Not only did I love the characters in this one, but the overall plot was unique and keep me guessing the whole time. Bravo, Calia Read!

I'll start with dissecting Emilia. When I first met her in Every Which Way, she scared me a little bit. LOL I wasn't sure where Read was go
La Mala
Estoy anonadada por lo mucho que me entretuvo esta novela . La verdad , la empecé porque quería embolarme y dormirme temprano pero los protagonistas me atraparon tanto que no pude dejarlo hasta el final (bah , hasta que faltaban tres capitulos y ya me imaginaba el final).

Está bastante bien escrito , tiene intriga , mucha sensualidad (y no demasiado repetitiva) y , POR SUERTE! , nada de amor instantáneo . No , señora , estos dos se conocen (ella ya lo conocia de antes en realidad...pero eso es pa
Anna's Book Blog
"You're strength is like broken glass. When it happens, it's unexpected and it makes everyone jump."

"I hope I cut a few people."

Ever since I read the first book last year I've been counting down the days til this book would come out. I don't think I realized just how much I was falling for this series til I found out how long I'd have to wait for the next one. So when I saw that Breaking the Wrong was out I literally screamed and jumped to read it.

I'm not gonna lie, when Emilia was first introdu
♥ Sarah
3.5 stars

"There is no revenge so complete as forgiveness"

I think if that was the overall message of the book, it would’ve been so much more satisfying. But ultimately, the story diverged away from the forgiveness aspect. Instead, the plot revolved around Emiliana attempting to seek revenge against Mac for her sister’s death. However, one would think that before one goes out and plots out such detailed plans for revenge, one would meticulously research every single detail and make sure the perso
There is so much mystery that surrounds this book that you won't be able to put it down until you find out what's going on! To say that I absolutely enjoyed this book is an understatement. I was lucky enough to read it while travelling and I didn’t run the risk of any interruptions and I was thankful for that!! The only issue I had with the book was wanting more time with Emilia’s sister. I wanted more flashback scenes. I wanted to understand her motivations for doing what she did and I have to ...more
More Macsen! I needed Macsen to get his story. While Thayer and Severine are doing well, where does that leave Macsen??? Yes. You need to read the first book first or you will be confused and frustrated.

Emilia comes to campus to settle a score. She has a Burn List of pele she wants to exact revenge upon for something that happen to her sister. But who is she after. Thayer, Macsen, or Severine? Emilia is quiet and conniving. She weasels her way into Mac's life but discovers he has also weaseled

First, I must say that I read somewhere that a reader thought Breaking the Wrong was a stand-alone book and didn’t think you needed to read book one beforehand. I would strongly disagree with that statement. Not only would you be clueless about half of what is going on, you would also entirely miss out on the evolution of the main character which is the point of this book. Do yourself a favor and don’t read this review if you haven’t read book one. Oh, and go out and download book one, Every Whi
Mar 16, 2013 Kim rated it 4 of 5 stars
Shelves: 4-stars
I have to admit that after reading the first book Every Which Way that I was not sure I would like a book about Macsen. In the first book, I went from loving Macsen to being really disappointed and not liking him by the end. And at the beginning of Breaking the Wrong, I started to see the qualities in Macsen I initially liked about him. He is smart, kind of nerdy, quiet, and deep. I had a little hard time warming up to Emilia as well. We briefly met her in the first book, but have no idea why sh ...more
"If everyone knew the truth, no one would really ask for love. But when it drops into your life, you can only hope that you have enough strength to hang on."

20/3/13 -
I just finished. Lucky I'm in my own office at work where I can just sit and stare and think. Amazing, captivating, emotional and beautifully, intelligently written.

review to come. I have highlighted nearly every page so need to pick my favourites :)

I’ll start by saying that while this can be read as a stand-alone, I would st
Laura (Blame it on the Rain Reviews)

An addicting story with amazingly in depth characters, it was everything I wanted it to be, and more.

Completely different from book one in the Sloan Brothers series ~ Every Which Way (Review), I liked this book ten times more and really didn't want it to end. The feel of this book was completely different, with such a smooth writing style, the angst and drama were both completely intense and held my attention from start to fini
Absolutely amazing!!!!!

Now to me this book was a thousand times better then every which way. For one it was about my favourite brother Macsen.... Two I connected soooo much more with the characters in this book... Three the storyline was just deep very deep... 4 the writing flowed a lot better and I didn't feel any gaps in this book like I did with book one.... And five pov Is just the best and getting Macsen's pov is even better.

Now lets start off with Emilia ... Well she was introduced to us i
**I received an ARC from the author in exchange for an honest review on the Breaking the Wrong blog tour**

“Everyone wants to fall in love. But I think more people are in love with the theory of love. If you’re looking in from the outside, it looks so beautiful. On the inside, it’s scary because it can take over your life. It’s the strongest emotion but also the darkest. It can put you on a high for days, but it can wrap an anchor around your feet and drown you in less than a minute. If everyone
★★Sara Lizzy★★
First let me start of by saying, if you haven't read the 1st book in this series "Every Which Way" do so before reading "Breaking the Wrong". I can honestly say I didn't care much for Macsen in the 1st book "Every Which Way", but my opinion of him definitely changed while reading "Breaking the Wrong". I thought Emilia and Macsen were a great couple together. This book does have a HEA. I'd really like to see more books in this series so we can see more of Severine and Thayer and also Emilia and M ...more
Kathy Ann
I completely fell in love with Emilia and Macsen! My heart literally clenched - I was so deeply rooted in their story. In Every Which Way Macsen and even Emilia were presented to the readers in such a flawed way... I was uncertain how this book would turn out. This was a highly anticipated novel for me because I new the revenge angle would make for a delicious read. It did not disappoint... and gave me even more than I had hoped for. The sweet love between Emilia and Macsen was so unexpected and ...more
Lisa Jordan
I received an ARC of this book.
Calia, you blew my mind. It imploded. Really, it did! It's like jello in there today.
I started reading this a little bit worried about whether l would even like the characters (Macsen did little to impress me in EWW), and Emilia..... l was concerned l wouldn't relate to her.
I shouldn't have worried, it was amazing!!
I don't want to give anything away, just let it be said.....
Add this to your TBR list, you don't want to miss this one!!
Can I tell you how much I loved this book?!!! Calia has blown me away with this. Macsen is beyond words and I truly fell for him and loved getting to know him in Breaking the Wrong. I so hope we get to read A LOT more about him and Emelia!
Macsen totally redeems himself in this boom and I like the TRUE him. You never got who he was as a person in the first book so I am glad he revealed more of himself in this book.

Great read and am sad I'm done reading it.
Angela Mclaurin
5 PHENOMINAL stars!!! You do not want to miss this one! Mark your calendars now! I loved every minute and am so thankful to be Calia's friend and to have been able to beta read this incredible book!
Both Emilia and Macsen are unlikable characters. I didn't really care if either of them found their HEA.
Talk Supe
Braine's Talk Supe review

In Every Which Way Macsen left us with a bad taste in our mouth for him. The guy was a royal douche just destroying everything in his path for whatever plausible reason he can think of whether its to get back to his brother or to soothe his selfish desires. But that big Sloan family drama made it very clear that there's more to Macsen's jerkiness than meets the eye. And though I wasn't pleased with the youngest Sloan brother, I sure was rooting hard for him.

So did he fin
“Everyone has a weakness. You just have to look.”

Emilia is a complicated character, although the story is told from her POV (alternated with Macsen) I had a hard time really liking her at first. I wasn't quite sure why, maybe because I wasn't completely sure what her plans for Macsen actually were. The author hints at what was done to her sister but really keeps you in the dark for most of the book (there are a few surprises and twists closer to the end) which makes me unable to fully connect w
Fern (whirlwindbooks)
Review from

If you have read my first review from Calia Read's first book in this series you will know how much I fell in love with not only this series but the amazing Sloan brothers and I have been anxiously waiting to get my claws into the second book and here it is and let me tell you it did not disappoint.

“I achieved nothing in my revenge, except handing over my heart to the one person I was supposed to hate.”

We start off by meeting Emilia who has on
Caitlin Kerry
I must say that I enjoyed this second book in this series a lot more than the first. With Thayer and Severine I was like, ok so you both have messed up families, Ya ok, I have seen this before...but with Macsen and Emilia, there is so much more. I really disliked Macsen in the first book but I am realizing that it is true that Sevrine really did bring out the worst in him. I fell in love with Macsen in this book and how on the outside that is calm and composed but inside he has a lot of fire. An ...more
« previous 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 99 100 next »
topics  posts  views  last activity   
The Indie Bookshelf: Discussion on Breaking the Wrong 12 44 Mar 28, 2013 04:33PM  
  • Champagne Toast (Love of My Life, #2)
  • Depths (Silver Strand, #2)
  • In the Air (The City, #1)
  • Juilliard or Else
  • Faith (My Misery Muse, #2)
  • Plastic Hearts (Hearts, #1)
  • Light in the Shadows (Find You in the Dark, #2)
  • Rock Me Slowly (Buried Alive Rockers, #1)
  • The Prelude (A Musical Interlude, #1)
  • Reckless Abandon (November Blue, #2)
  • Faster We Burn (Fall and Rise, #2)
  • Reservation (Preservation, #2)
  • On Every Street (The Artists Trilogy, #0.5)
  • Keeping Never (Never Say Never, #3)
  • Waiting for You (Waiting for You, #1)
  • Date Me (The Keatyn Chronicles, #3)
  • Running on Empty (Mending Hearts, #1)
  • Give Me Something (Give Me Something, #1)
Calia Read lives in Germany with her husband and their three kids.

You can find her constantly on facebook:
More about Calia Read...
Unravel Every Which Way (Sloan Brothers, #1) The Sixteenth Need (Partlow, #1) Ruin You Completely (Sloan Brothers, #3) Every Changing Way (Sloan Brothers, #4)

Share This Book

“Everyone wants to fall in love. But I think more people are in love with the theory of love. If you’re looking in from the outside, it looks so beautiful. On the inside, it’s scary because it can take over your life. It’s the strongest emotion but also the darkest. It can put you on a high for days, but it can wrap an anchor around your feet and drown you in less than a minute. If everyone knew the truth no one would really ask for love. But when it drops into your life, you can only hope that you have enough strength to hang on.” 21 likes
“You can’t heal a heart that’s been fragmented. But my wounds were closing. Stitch by stitch, I was starting to feel again. I can’t undo the past and stop everything that has happened. However, I can try to take a tiny step forward.” 14 likes
More quotes…