Note: this is the conclusion to B.B. Reid's Broken Love series. You will need to previous books for this one to make sense and I do highly recommend reading all 5 books as you will not be disappointed. Fearless may be my favorite book in the series, but then again, I felt that way after reading each of her books!
Take one last ride with Keiran and Lake and the rest of the Broken Love gang in this fifth and final installment as they face stronger enemies and bigger obstacles while fighting to hold tight to the tattered existence of their love.
When faced with broken love...
Have you ever had the feeling you were a stranger?
Out of reach, I watched and mourned me.
Nothing moved. Breathed. Nothing lived.
I was in an alternate universe.
No longer an innocent.
I had blood on my hands, and I wasn't even sorry for it.
I was only afraid for Keiran.
Of his reaction when the shock wore off.
It would be an explosion.
Of hurt, anger, and mistrust.
He'd know I lied.
And to him...
The betrayal born of my good intentions is worse than the act of murder.
...will you succumb to fear...
She was supposed to be my light.
The one who saved me from the monster.
But when I looked in her eyes that day, I didn't see her.
I only saw my father's killer.
Her love saved me from the monster.
Mine turned her into one.
...or will you be fearless?
What a great conclusion to the Broken Love series!
As with all of B.B. Reid’s books, you have intense love, steamy sex scenes, drama, and action. This book is told from both Keiran and Lake’s POV. All of the other main characters from the series are featured prominently as well, which really helped make this book enjoyable.
Keiran and Lake are as intense as ever. He loves Lake ferociously and still has that need to be in control. Lake has evolved. She craves Keiran and his love, but she is such a strong character in this book. Keiran fears that perhaps he corrupted Lake, but has he really? Has she really changed that much? How far are you willing to go to protect the person you love?
In this book, all of those loose ends are tied up - who killed Mitch? Who kidnapped, Kennedy? Just when you think you know what is going to happen, B.B. throws you for a loop. The book moves at a good pace and everyone finally gets their HEA.
See my review for Book 1: Fear Me