Monday, July 10, 2017

Random Review: Unbreakable Stories: Rowe by Jocelynn Drake & Rinda Elliott #Review #Giveaway

Authors: Jocelynn Drake & Rinda Elliott
Book: Unbreakable Stories: Rowe
Publication Date: June 20, 2017
Length: 101 pages

Reviewed by Erin


Unbreakable Stories: Rowe is a collection of short stories following the romantic adventures and misadventures of former Army Rangers turned security experts Rowe Ward and Noah Keegan following the events of Torch, book 3 of the Unbreakable Bonds series.

This collection is more than 30,000 words long and contain stories such as:
Piece of Pie
And many more…

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This series, y'all. I am totally addicted, like hard core. Each book is full of so much. So much action. So much suspense. So much humor. So much sexy. From Lucas and Andrei to Ian and Hollis and Snow, Jude, Rowe, and Noah in between, each couple is so different but at the heart, they're a family who loves hard and fierce. That is my favorite theme in all the books. How each guy would lay down his life, would do anything, for the ones he loves. In this short but packed full novella, Unbreakable Stories: Rowe all of this is front and center. 

These guys know how to laugh and have a good time, none more so than master prankster Rowe. For a man who has suffered such terrible loss and tragedy that he can laugh and play with Noah and the rest of the guys just goes to show that love can conquer all. Noah is his second chance at happiness and Rowe never forgets that. In each of the snippets contained in the book, this is plain to see. I really love how Elliot and Drake give us these slices of everyday life for each couple. They argue. They love. They laugh. Seeing these intimate moments is such a treat. 

Don't let the few number of pages in this book make you think that this book is just fluff and sexy times. There is that, but there's also some very moving, tender moments not just between Rowe and Noah, but between the rest of them as well. These guys have a deep, true love and appreciation for one another and it really is great to watch them interact with one another. Their personalities are huge, but they all work. This is not a standalone novel, so you have to start from the beginning and read them all in order to appreciate this book to its fullest so if you haven't done that yet...fix it! Then you'll fall in love with the Unbreakable boys, too


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  1. I love the Unbreakable Bonds series and the Unbreakable Stories!!! Rowe is on my July TBR list, along with Letting go by Morningstar Ashley and I plan to do some rereads

  2. I've just found an entire series of books called Soulstone Chronicles by KM Frontain. 12 books, VERY dark, very well written and very long!