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Look what Joss Landry gave me for my birthday!
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5.0 out of 5 stars AND THEN THERE WERE MANY ... April 14, 2015
By Joss Landry
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Mystery, thrills and chills, and romance in a story where you will even find blessed family unity. Yet, what I enjoyed most within the pages of Janet Taylor Perry’s new book, BROKEN, third in the Raiford Chronicle series is the study of people. As a matter of fact, there shines between the sheets of paper: my favorite genre for a novel—a character driven adventure. Nothing more delicious than one well written saga of people and how their lives mesh … or don’t.24929659
Now, to be honest, I did have to reread some of Lucky 13 and some of Heartless to remember all the people. In fact, it might be worthwhile for the author to place family trees in the beginning of her book with the names of the characters and all their varied roles as they grow and change. A little like Stieg Larsson did in his Millennium Series. Helps keep everyone straight so we can devote more time to reading.61i7Sk6ycTL__UY200_
Well the twins have not changed. Ray Reynolds and Raif Gauthier are still wonderful, sensitive men worth spending time with. I love the challenges Perry gives them.
The reader encounters everything from loss of spouse to many, many grandchildren, and a crazy-ass killer who happens to be the son of a former adversary, and out for revenge. I also love the way we find out about the facts of life regarding certain friends and how forgiveness reigns as the only way to go. This book has many positive messages that I believe the world can use: Importance of family, by forgiving you grow bigger than who you are, and love can overcome any challenge. Must read!
5.0 out of 5 stars Broken March 27, 2015
By Dawn R
Kindle
I enjoyed all the books in this series but not the ending. I hate to be left hanging. I can't wait for the next one.
5.0 out of 5 stars Broken
Why can't Raif be real?
By lottie boggan on April 9, 2015
Format: Paperback
I have read all three installments of The Raiford Chronicles, and this is my favorite so far. I cannot wait for the promised fourth book, though then I'll miss the Raifords dreadfully.
This installment tears at the heartstrings even more than the first two, but out of tragedy, new love blossoms even stronger. There is not an emotion that this one does not touch. The characters become real people in this saga, and you will weep and scream and laugh. Strange to say, you will even have a modicum of affection for the villain. How Ms. Taylor-Perry manages to make you care about the bad guy is beyond me, but more power to her. And get busy with the next story!
5.0 out of 5 stars Broken
A must read, check out the third book of "The Raiford Chronicles".
By DragonParadox on February 22, 2015
Format: Paperback
Wow! This series gets better with each installment. I highly recommend the "Broken" and the rest of the "Raiford Chronicles". Ms. Taylor-Perry's writing is excellent. Looking forward to the next book. Now for the spoiler; out of tragedy, love blooms stronger than ever. Be prepared for heartbreak combined with suspense and subtle humor. It's amazing how the characters in the story become so real to the reader. Kudos to the author.