Book Review: Kiss To Shatter

 



Prescott Wentworth is my brother's best friend and teammate. We hate each other. But we also can't keep our hands off each other.

The day I met the star wide receiver, he was acting like a grumpy ass, and I was so over big, bulky men messing with my life. He was gorgeous, with wide shoulders, a chiseled jaw hidden behind a week’s worth of scruff, and the meanest glare I've seen in my life. So what if he was injured during a game? At least he's alive, not that he appreciates it.

Now it's a new school year, but some things never change.

Like the sizzling tension between Prescott and me every time we’re in the same room. But the more we fight, the more I want to shut him up. With my mouth.

Then he sees me on a date with someone else, and something in him snaps.

The deal is simple: it's just sex, and nobody can ever find out. Especially not my brother.

But then the demons from my past come back to haunt me. The darker they become, the more I need Prescott. And I’m beginning to feel like he needs me too.

NOTE: Kiss To Shatter is book one in Shattered & Salvaged Duet. It ends on a cliffhanger. Shattered & Salvaged Duet contains dark and mature themes appropriate for readers 18+.


My Review

I love a good brother's best friend/enemies to lovers troupe story. So, reading this book gave me good vibes. I was all for Jade and Preston. They sizzled together. Although, it helped that they shared intense angst between them. The buildup is what really did make this book so good.

These two were broken souls due to their fathers but they found solace in each other. Thus, their relationship was not just a physical one but an emotional one as well. I felt bad for Jade's brother, Nixon. he really loves Jade and would do anything to protect her. So, when he hears about Jade's truth my heart broke a little with this cliffhanger. I can't wait to read the conclusion to this duet and get more of Jade and Preston.

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