Unbreakable Now available I thought I was done my EndI couldn t take my eyes off her as the bullet tore through me leaving me with nothing but the hope that I had done enough to save her The darkness tried to en

  • Title: Unbreakable
  • Author: Skye Callahan
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  • Page: 352
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  • Now available I thought I was done my EndI couldn t take my eyes off her as the bullet tore through me, leaving me with nothing but the hope that I had done enough to save her The darkness tried to engulf me to brand me as its own and drag me to my fate DarknessWaking to see her tear stained face above me was enough to make my heart stutter I was alive and free froNow available I thought I was done my EndI couldn t take my eyes off her as the bullet tore through me, leaving me with nothing but the hope that I had done enough to save her The darkness tried to engulf me to brand me as its own and drag me to my fate DarknessWaking to see her tear stained face above me was enough to make my heart stutter I was alive and free from that place but not from the toll it had taken on my mind and body my StrengthMy story should have ended, but one woman kept standing in the way of that The only way I could have her was to find a way to put the darkness to rest.

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    1. When I saw that Skye Callahan was writing a sequel to Irrevocable and that it would be from James' point of view, I was ecstatic. I felt like the ending of Irrevocable was a bit rushed so I was really looking forward to getting a deeper understanding of how James and Rose work through their issues and find their own version of a happily ever after."After the raid on the Retreat, thrust back into the real world-into his old life without the object of his desire-this is James' story"My heart hurt [...]

    2. I enjoyed Bend, Don't Break just not as much as Irrevocable. It didn't have me gripped as much.It was good getting inside James head and how things affected him after getting out of The Retreat. The build up was great with how they were going to take the people from The Retreat down. Trent and Miles both great characters and Rose one tough cookie to break.

    3. In Short- The first half is slow paced but becomes faster in the second half. - James' world is engrossing but heart breaking- Bend, Don't Break completes James' and Rose's story. In LongFor me this book is split into two halves when it comes to rating it and how much I enjoyed it. The first half of the book would probably be a 3.5 and the second half a 4.5.The first half is quite slow paced and although I liked that it built on the story and went back in time I felt some scenes were just too sl [...]

    4. I just finished Bend, Don't Break and what a way to finish this story! I just loved it. This is about Rose and James (AKA Silver and Kirk) from Irrevocable. It picks up right after things went down at the retreat but from James point of view. This is where you find out how things progressed from being on the inside and things even began. I don't want to give much away since I had a few WTF moments but just saying you have to read this series. You'll love it.I understand why we had Rose's point o [...]

    5. ~I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads Review Team~You must read Irrevocable before reading Bend, Don’t Break. I loved Irrevocable, I thought about that book for days, even weeks after reading it. I was not disappointed with Bend, Don’t Break either. This book is James point of view and it picks up at the end of Irrevocable. I loved reading things from his point of view; it shed new light on some things. Rose and James have so much to work on recovering from [...]

    6. I am reading this book out of order for a challenge, but I will say I didn't find it dark at all. It seems like what they went through was dark, but this book isn't. There is some mild BDSM, and there is suicide and someone shoots at a house. But honestly wouldn't not tag it as dark. This is a story about an FBI agent who went deep undercover to help fight human trafficking. This book takes place after he is out of undercover job, but now those he brought down might be after him and his girlfrie [...]

    7. Read my review atSinfully Sexy.This is what I wanted at the end of Irrevocable! I needed James’s POV. I love that Skye Callahan didn’t just retell Irrevocable from James’s POV either. Bend Don’t Break starts just after the raid happens. We don’t merely get a story though, we get James’s thoughts and feelings on everything that happened. I really needed that. Just as Irrevocable needed to be told from Rose’s POV, Bend Don’t’ Break begged to be told from James’s POV. With such [...]

    8. ** JOSIE'S 4 STAR REVIEW ** I had the opportunity to read the first book in this series and I feel in love with Rose aka Silver and Kirk aka James. Their story was a dark one but it was beautifully written. I was so excited to learn that there was going to be a book 2 in this series and that this would be told in his POV. I absolutely love the way the author writes this series. She kept me captivated and deeply connected with the main characters and the side characters in the story. This book pi [...]

    9. Trailer: youtube/watch?v=lPcxdNow available on all major retailers!: skyecallahan/irrevocable-sForewordWhen I started writing Irrevocable, I had no intention for the story to go beyond that single book. Even though James was the first character from the story to appear to me, I told the entire story through Rose’s eyes because there was information that James had that was best left unrevealed. The struggle for survival was best told through the eyes of a girl who suddenly found herself losing [...]

    10. WOW!I read Irrevocable and Bend, Don’t Break back to back and I think I’m in book hangover mode.First, read Irrevocable. That is a must. It can be read as a stand alone but I wouldn’t stop with that one. You must move on and read Bend, Don’t Break.In Bend, Don’t Break we get James’s side of things, but not in the way we get a second point of a view in a lot of follow up books. We are coming into this book as James is recovering from being shot. He has to see a therapist because of hi [...]

    11. HOLY WOW !!I am so happy to have read James' POV !! I love the male POV and as much as I loved the sick and twisted James - aka Kirk , I couldn't get enough of the REAL James !! Honestly the real James does have many similarities to Kirk. In this story we pick up where we left off in Irrevocable but we also get the inside scoop on how James ended up as Kirk and what went wrong and when. Hard book to review because I do not want to give anything away !! One of those times where you just have to h [...]

    12. *I received a free copy to read & review for Wicked Reads Review Team*While I believe that it's awesome to have a book in Kirk/James' point of view, this wasn't what I was expecting. I felt like the "tone" was way different from Irrevocable- this wasn't dark at all, and that may be clouding my judgement of the book as a whole.James is continuing on with his life, after the events at the Retreat. He's having trouble coping with the tactics he used, while undercover. Not to mention, he's still [...]

    13. Arg.Much of this book was actually not bad. It was mainly mystery-thriller-police type material, and I was very interested to see the aftermath for the MAN who had gone through the type of experience he had in the first book -- we frequently see women recovering from sex trafficking, but what about male undercover cops who have been forced to play the other role? I thought that should have been covered a lot more seriously with more significant consequences, but I liked the idea.But then the aut [...]

    14. After reading Irrevocable, I wanted to get James’ side of the story. This isn’t a retelling of his time at the retreat with Rose. It starts after he is shot.Bend Don’t Break is the closure this story needs. It’s not as dark as the first book but it has it’s moments. James is recovery in this story after his gun shot. He is also trying to find his new version of normal after a year of being someone else. Even though it starts after the raid, James gives us flashbacks as he remembers thi [...]

    15. Received as arc for honest review****Oh Skye I love you!!!!! Speechless! This was exactly what I needed to be happy with their story! I'm so happy you decided to write his POV. I'm also happy with the way and the exact point you started his story. It was perfect! I love how your writing pulls me into the story and keeps me hooked till the end. God I love your writing. Your characters feel so real and as much as I love some of the character other I want to kill lol But every character has a purpo [...]

    16. A solid 4 star readSizzling Pages Blog Tour Review for Skye's perfect conclusion in: Bend Don't BreakPRE-REVIEW:

    17. Wow! That took me almost a year to complete. The problem with the book is that it didn't hold my attention like the first one did.

    18. 3.5 stars for this sequel. This is a recap and continuation of Kirks/James and Roses story. I really had Highhope's, since I enjoyed the first book so much but this book felt really distracting for me. I really wanted more about the interaction and relationship/recovery between James and Rose. There were so many other twists and turns in the storyline based on the case about the retreat after the raid/rescue that it felt like I disconnected from the main characters. I'll definitely read this aut [...]

    19. 3 1/2 starsImprovement from book 1. Picked up right where book 1 left off & continued the story in current time & retelling of prior key events in John’s POV which was significantly more interesting. My disappointment was in the on going grammatical errors & the lack luster ending.

    20. Lives up to the nameThis book was through James eyes, and what he sees takes the reader back to book 1; but just as good. Added more depth and made me like the series more . Well done!

    21. This is Bend Don't Break. This story is told from James' point of view and I thought it was a fantastic read so much so that I got it in KU and then decided to go back and buy it. It deals with the fallout from his undercover work in a sex trafficking ring and coming to terms with the things he was forced to do and how he reconciled himself with doing harm to a few so that many could be saved. I also liked the fact that many questions were answered such as why her and not her friend etc. I read [...]

    22. Review by Leeann This was written from James' s POV. It was really facinating to see things through his eyes.Now James and Rose are out of the retreat the are struggling to move on. James cannot reconcile the things he had to do to Rose in the retreat and this is stopping him from having any kind of relationship with her. He has flashbacks and residual dark desires.Rose can see why he is struggling but is also trying to heal herself before she help him come to terms with their past. Although she [...]

    23. When I first heard about this book coming out, I was so freakin excited. I devoured Irrevocable, loved every second of it and was sad when I finished it - it was one of those books I finished and immediately wanted to re-read. So to learn that a continuation of Rose and James’s story was on its way, nothing could have made me happier. Being offered the chance to once again review one of Skye’s books, well I count myself lucky. Her work is nothing short of genius, and delving back into the ni [...]

    24. Wow! 5 *Well Deserved* StarsThat's all I can say after reading Bend, Don't Break. I knew Skye wouldn't let us down but I must admit I was a little worried. When you read a 2nd book from another's POV you worry that it's going to be the same story all over again just told from a different perspective. I LOVED this book! Jame's POV after the "Sex Retreat" raid was an entirely different story! So many loop holes were filled in. I finished in on sitting and was so sad when James and Rose's story cam [...]

    25. This is one of those rare times that I can say a second book in a series does more good than just carry on with the plot. I swear it would send the readers running to the first book Irrevocable to find the whole story between James and Rose, if someone had just started with Bend Don’t Break. For those who like me have read the first book, this answered some lingering questions and gave me some closure to the story. This story is intense and powerful. Darkness looms over these two characters an [...]

    26. Bend Don’t Break starts off shortly after the raid at the retreat. James is struggling to come to terms with who he had to be when he was Kirk. He is having a hard time getting the nightmares out of his head about Silver/Rose and the other girls at the retreat.Not being able to see Rose isn’t helping him and finally, after weeks, he is able to return to work. His main focus is to demolish the entire empire and find out who and bring them down. From the moment she’d shown up at the Retreat, [...]

    27. In Irrevocable, readers were thrust into the dark world of the Retreat and witnessed Silver’s (Rose) forced submission to her Master, Kirk (James). For survival, for perseverance, in order not to break, Silver submitted to Kirk’s will as he vowed to protect her. But his protection came at a price to both of them, and now, as readers get inside James’ head in Bend, Don’t Break, we realize that his suffering was just as intense; in fact, in a way, he perhaps was closer to breaking than Ros [...]

    28. I think I could re-read this book 10 times and find something new to take away from it. Similar to the first book, it's really difficult to say I "loved" this book. It's incredible and the perfect follow-up to the first book. This one is entirely from James/Kirk's point of view and picks up from the hospital and continues through the months until the first book's epilogue. Good grief a lot happens in those 4 months. There was a suspense/action angle I didn't expect and it was written and develop [...]

    29. Not a bad read. Although it took me a while to finish, it was nice to see/read James perspective on things.These two really had to deal with and work through a maze of drama before they found their HEA. I am happy to have completed Bend, Don’t Break; now I am off to read Insurmountable to learn more about Miles & Alley and how they came to be.

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