It is fantastic to be back with the Broken Gem sisters and Jane Blythe is keeping the suspense going in Fractured Diamond.
It’s good to be back with the girls, watching how they have grown since being sold into slavery by their parents.
Diamond had awakened in the mansion the girls had been brought to, but they had been quickly separated, so she has no idea if they are still there or sold off to some pathetic excuse for a human. She thought of escape, but it was impossible, considering the metal collar she wore was chained to the wall. Diamond is the oldest and feels responsible for her sisters, but how could she save them, if she can’t even save herself? She has been abused and tortured, but she will not give up.
Then….she heard voices.
Jane Blythe’s ability to tell a story keeps me flipping pages, eyes rapidly scanning the pages as the suspense builds and I wait for the next tragedy to befall one of these wonderful women who strive to find a bit of happiness after the tragedies that Jane heaped on them.
The characters come to life on the pages, making me worry and fret about who will be hurt next, how badly, and why?
Diamond won’t quit. She has kept HOPE alive through her worst moments and even more so since she has Elijah and Archer.
Jane Blythe does not make it easy to figure out who wants Diamond dead, and the pacing creates a sense of urgency. Action packed. I took a moment in the lull of the action to catch my breath while I was allowed to see Diamond and Eljah’s innermost thoughts and fears, but I knew Jane Blythe had much more to come.
I voluntarily reviewed a free copy of Fractured Diamond by Jane Blythe.
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