ARC Review: A Heart So Fierce and Broken

A Heart So Fierce and Broken (Cursebreakers, #2)

**I received an ARC from the publisher in exchange for my honest review**

My honest reaction to this book is this: I LOVED IT. I devoured this book and was hungry for more. I adored the story from Grey and Lia Mara’s POV as I felt it added a depth and complexity to the overall story.

This book picked up exactly where the first book finished. Being taken back to the world of Enmberfall included nothing short of twisted games, lies, betrayal, secrets, and so much more felt. It was familiar and welcoming… but it also had claws so one couldn’t get too comfortable. Nothing was ever as it seemed. Grey’s journey was one of heart break and beauty. There were reveals around every corner, most I never saw coming. I felt more for him on a deeper level I didn’t know I could have for a character. When Lia Mara came into the story, I didn’t like her at first but she soon grew on me. Together, she and Grey were a ship for the ages.

The biggest thing I liked about this second book was the intense character development. This was a character driven story and I was here for it. All of the characters were very well flushed out, wonderfully complex, deeply flawed, and oh so realistic. It made me want the final book in the series that much more because I simply have to know how this ends. I’m salivating at the thought.

Can you tell I’m struggling to express my love for this book without giving anything away? I already know you want to read it … I’m here to let you know that you won’t be disappointed. Kemmer is a master at her craft and it shows. All of her books are outstanding and this is no exception. This book also does not suffer from Second Book Syndrome so buckle up because you are in for one heck of a ride.

One thought on “ARC Review: A Heart So Fierce and Broken

  1. I didn’t read this whole review because I’m like 98% done with my ARC but I JUST WANTED TO SAY I’M PROBABLY GOING TO COME BACK TO THIS REVIEW AND FLAIL AROUND IN YOUR COMMENTS ABOUT IT. Okay, byeee! (What even was this comment? I’M SORRY!)


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