Reviewed by Susan65
Title: Unbreakable Stories: Rowe
Authors: Jocelynn Drake and Rinda Elliott
Series: Unbreakable Bonds #3.5
Genre: MM Contemporary
Length: 64 Pages
Release Date: June 20, 2017
Available at: Amazon and Barnes & Noble
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Blurb: 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…
Review: I knew I was going to love this story because Rowe has been my favorite from the beginning. Noah is simply the icing on the cake that makes it taste all that much sweeter. What I didn’t expect was for the waterworks to start almost from the beginning. We all know that Rowe had his heart wrenched from his chest when Mel was killed, but I guess a part of me put that aside and moved on. I should have known that wasn’t the case for Rowe. Ugh, first Christmas without her but, hello, Mistletoe and Reindeer games with Noah!!!
But, it’s not all tears. This book made me laugh out loud more than any other. The trouble these boys cause is hilarious and makes you want to be a part of such a tight knit group. Our resident badasses have their fair share of troubles, but it’s the group dynamics that make them a family. Seeing them all content in their relationships and with each other does a heart good.
So many poignant aspects were weaved into this story, but the one that resonated with me the most was the revival of Rowe as the man he used to be before his world fell apart. Seeing him interact with Snow and put their past to rest was heartwarming. And watching them tease and prank the crap out of each other was brilliant. See what I mean? Even though Rowe and Noah had their fair share of sexy times (and this was steaming hot), it was the interactions amongst the group that keeps me coming back. The only low light was the omission of Ian, but we know his story is next so consider me all in.
Overall Impression: I loved it!
*I received a copy of this book from the author in return for a fair and honest review.*