Review: Feel Me Break by Tara R.
Feel Me Break
Author: Tara R.
Publisher: Amazon Digital Services
Published: May 10, 2016
Genre: Romance, New Adult, Contemporary, Drama
Chloe Reed and Nick Grayson couldn’t have more different lives. Where Chloe had a bleak future and was trying to deal with a loss that had left a hole in her heart, Nick was a happy-go-lucky guy, leading a carefree life with a path set.
Until one fateful night, they met and everything changed. The night that gave Chloe hope for the future, left Nick scarred for life. Was their meeting a one-off tryst or was their story just beginning?
“There are some things in life you aren’t supposed to move past. They become a part of you, they define you, and you just have to learn how to live with it.”
It’s always great to read a book that evokes different emotions and introspection. When I finished reading this novella, it kind of blew me away. The story was very absorbing, from the sudden events in the beginning to the internal struggling both characters faced as they tried to make difficult decisions.
Feel Me Break falls into the heartbreaking and sad category. It’s a prequel story about two characters named Chloe Reed and Nick Grayson. When Chloe’s brother died and her parents separated, her world fell apart which made her become indifferent and self-destructive. For a brief moment, Nick came into her life and prevented her to end her misery and instead gave her hope. But in a sudden twist of fate Nick met an accident and ruined a person’s life which scarred him emotionally.
What I especially loved about this novella was the beautiful writing. It was easy, comfortable, and engaging which moved along at a good pace. The characters were also well thought-out. They’re not difficult to connect and I cared about them deeply. I also found the romance very promising. The ending kind of wrecked me, though. I wished both characters didn’t go through that situation wherein (view spoiler). It was kind of unbelievable and distressing when it all happened at the same time. 😦
This novella, as a whole, was a great start to a series. It was a quick and easy read but it didn’t fail to move me. I am thrilled for the first full-length novel to come. I hope to find a lot more surprises!
“You saved me that night, Nick. So let me save you.”
(A copy was provided by the author, Tara R., in exchange for an honest review.)
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