Jacqueline Blunt hasn’t had an easy life. In fact, she’s had anything but. From a drug addicted mother to being bounced around in foster care, Jacqueline longed for one thing—normalcy. Lee Bennett had everything he could ever want—girls falling all over him, a dream job, money. The one thing he was missing? Passion.
Sometimes the ones worth fighting for don’t know their worth. Sometimes being broken is beautiful. This is a story of strength, courage, hope, faith, and love. This is Beautifully Broken.
Beautifully Broken is the second book in the Infinite Love series
ARC from author.
Beautifully Broken begins with us getting to know a little of each main characters back round and how they come together for the first time. Lee has had a hard past when it comes to relationships, and every time he gets hurt he falls back to his player ways, but sometimes that just isn't enough for him and he wants to change. Jacqueline hasn't had an easy life at all, and she's never really felt like she's been loved before and she's had her hurt broken several times. But when she meets Lee things seem to change for them. Maybe not right at the start, but eventually they both seem to find each other.
Beautifully Broken was a confusing story to follow at times. I will say that I did like the book over all. And I really liked the plot for the most part, and the characters. But there were a few things I didn't like either.
Like these things:
1) Towards the end of the book a weird scar happens to Lee, that causes a small rift between him and Jacqueline. This didn't cause too much damage and honestly didn't seem to have much of an affect on the story at all, so I kind of thought it was just pointless drama added.
2) I have a love/hate relationship with Lee. I hated him at the beginning, and for sometimes making it seem like he deserved better than Jacqueline. Then I really liked him because he was honest and he eventually put himself out there and I admired that. So he was a confusing mix of emotions for me!
3) This is really the only other thing I didn't care for at all. I hated the way the story would skip to the past then back to the present, that is what made the story confusing to follow at times, and very frustrating.
So over all I liked the story. It was pretty fast paced, and very enjoyable with lots of drama!