Tawny Taylor Goodreads Author. High school dropout Jenn Reynolds doesn't have time for anything but work, work, work. Not school. And definitely not a social life. Yeah, right.
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No matter how hard she tries to put her life back together, it keeps crumbling apart. The sudden death of her parents started the destruction. Now, her life is spinning out of control, and she is about to lose the only thing that matters anymore. She has no choice. She must find someone she can trust, someone who might be able to help her stem the devastation. But who will it be? Both Aeron and Bobby are everything she doesn't need--Aeron, the totally mysterious, totally dangerous stranger who doesn't stay in one place for long, and Bobby, the hot bad boy rockstar who has already broken her heart once.
No matter what, with all the dirty, tattoed hotness loping through her front door, and vying for her bed, Jenn's life is either about to get better Genre: New Adult Romance with minor paranormal elements Get A Copy. Kindle Edition , pages. More Details Other Editions 4. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Hopelessly Broken , please sign up.
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Sort order. Aug 14, Cassandra rated it it was ok. This book is KB of electronic cheese! We have the kitchen flour scene and the snowball fight scene. We have two boys, one who is really unlikable. The final straw is that we have too many loose ends at the end of the book.
Authors who intend to have a series of books really need to find more than one story and instead of one story split into different books. What makes a good serial is a conclusion of one and anticipation of another. Aug 09, Jenn Sternshein rated it liked it. Cute read, I just wish it was longer. I guess I'll have to read the next in the series to find out what happens.
I really liked Jenn though, Maybe it's the same name thing. I loved that she writes books to support herself and brother and that she would do anything for her brother. I felt like this was a just tease to the whole story. Sep 03, Joy rated it liked it Shelves: , kindle , new-adult , read-in Hopelessly Broken 3. Holy metaphors Batman So even though this is a good start it's too much of a developing story without clear direction.
Some people call that a cliffhanger. I call it a frustrating tease. That said I seem to download anything that has this guy on the cover. Aug 04, Mary Mckeever rated it it was amazing. When is book 2 coming out?! I want more!
Aug 16, Sandy S rated it liked it. Aeron is not what he appears to be. Aeron has secr 3.
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Tawny Taylor introduces the reader to the main heroine and the two men vying for her love and attention. The relationship with Aeron is hot and steamy and one that has yet to cross over completely into sexual territory although they have come close many times. The heat and spark are obvious but Aeron knows that when this assignment is complete, Jenn will no longer be in his life.
But Bobby and Jenn did not originally part amicably and Bobby is hoping Jenn will forgive him for past discretions. The writing style is simple and at time tends to be quite jumpy. The world building and premise of the storyline is slow to reveal as well but in this, the mystery and suspense builds for the next installment. After all, the storyline will delve into the paranormal although part one barely scratches the surface of this particular facet of the story. Tawny Taylor has blended a contemporary new adult storyline with a little bit of the paranormal. With the building of the potential love triangle, the story delves a little closer to young adult especially knowing the heroine is under the age of eighteen but she does have many adult issues to tackle.
Dec 05, Amy Jo rated it it was amazing. I've read many books by Tamryn and once again she didn't disappoint! Well written book from start to finish and was impossible to put down til the very last page.
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I highly recommend reading Hopelessly Broken!! Join Jennifer in reading her story of how she tries to hold onto her little brother after loosing both her parents while trying to keep DHS off her back. Having to turn to someone else to help her until she turns 18 isn't so easy. Having to ask a stranger and an X-boyfriend for help is hard I've read many books by Tamryn and once again she didn't disappoint! Having to ask a stranger and an X-boyfriend for help is harder yet! Well rounded characters that take you on an emotional roller coaster from start to finish!
You may want to have a few Kleenex handy while reading! Then Noah discovers his mother having an affair with a local sculptor, Guillermo Garcia. Noah runs away and leaves a drawing of the scene with Guillermo on Dianna's bed. Dianna talks with Noah and says that she is in love with Guillermo and wants to divorce Noah's father.
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The two fight and Dianna drives away to propose to Guillermo. On the way, she is killed in an automobile accident. Noah seeks Guillermo out to yell at him and lies by saying that his parents were planning to stay together. Furthermore, Noah is under the impression that his application to art school was rejected. He is lost, confused and still obsessed with Brian. The later years are written from Jude's point of view. Evidently, instead of ensuring both of their applications to art school were mailed out, Jude threw away Noah's application and only sent her own.
Jude is not coping well with her mother's death. She is miserable in school and is nearly failing out.
She is convinced that her mother's ghost is destroying all her art. Therefore, she finds Guillermo Garcia, whom she convinces to take her on as an apprentice. Jude wants to make stone sculptures that, she believes, her mother will be unable to demolish. Meanwhile, Jude finds herself hopelessly attracted to Oscar, a British boy whom Guillermo views as a son. Oscar flirts with Jude but she does not allow it to go far because she has sworn off boys.
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The day Dianna died, Jude was having sex for the first time. The experience was awful and Jude feels responsible for her mother's death. Working on her stone sculpture helps Jude process her problems. She knows that she needs to tell Noah about what she did with his art school application. Meanwhile, Noah has discovered that Guillermo is Jude's mentor. He is concerned that Jude will learn that Noah was responsible for their mother's accident.
Hopelessly, Noah gets drunk during a drinking game and nearly commits suicide by jumping off a cliff. However, Jude and Oscar stop him. The twins talk and reveal all their secrets to each other. Noah reveals Dianna's affair with Guillermo and Jude tells him about the sabotaged art application. Guillermo is relieved Dianna still loved him when she died and wants to continue to mentor Jude. Oscar and Jude admit to their feelings for each other.
Noah is finally accepted into art school, and he gets back together with Brian who is now openly gay. With all their misunderstandings cleared up, the twins are ready to reconnect and rebuild their relationship. When asked where she got the idea for I'll Give You the Sun , Nelson responds, "These characters — Jude and Noah — pretty much crash-landed in my brain, almost fully formed.