Break Me Not
Addie Beaumont loves her hometown of Havenwood Falls and would do anything to protect it. She also loves Tase Roca—even after all the times he’s broken her heart. She would do anything to protect him, as well, so when her two loves are on the brink of destroying each other, Addie gets caugh...more
Break Me Not is a Havenwood Falls Novella by Kristie Cook. I have to admit that I wasn't sure about several authors writing with a cohesive vision of a complex and diverse setting like this series, but I'm blown away with each installment. Each novella is stand alone and builds one every other story and characters. With each novella, I can't wait to read more and find out more of the hidden secr ...more
In the previous book we learn Tase has a curse placed on him and only Addie has the power to figure out how to lift it. Because this curse puts everyone in Havenwood Falls in danger, the supernatural court steps in to decide Tase’s fate. Addie must use the Eye of Valerian and all its b ...more
The continuation of Forget You Not and Lose You Not, this is Addie and Tase’s story. If you had the power to save everything you loved, even though it meant embracing the one thing you had always denied, would you?
I confess that I didn’t enjoy this book as much as I thought I would have done, but that probably could have been remedied by re-reading ‘Forget’ and ‘Lose’ before embar ...more
I love the characters; I love the inexorable feeling of the plot arc; I love the underlying message.
In short - I love this book.
I voluntarily ...more
I love how Kristie Cook had me laughing in one paragraph, and/or angry, in tears in the next. Twists I didn't see coming were the best. Plus the Bishop Boys. *sigh*
Another great read to the Havenwood Falls family.
I tell you what, this book reminds us Havenwood is all avout secrets and lies and this one takes you into the depths of them all. This book had me laughing and doing some crying. For a moment or two I was even considering not speaking to the author for a few moments. But what good is a story if you don't threaten the author once or twice.
Excellent book and I love how it ties more and more of the characters to each other and this town. Wow, I thought my sma ...more