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    Keep a fan close by because this book is HOT!!

    I received an ARC for an honest review. So worth the wait!! I had extremely high expectations for this book, I became emotionally invested in Sierra and Boones journey when they were introduced in Gone Country. I was beyond thrilled when Lorelei James delivered by exceeding my expectations. She answered the questions I had, delivered solid adult versions of Sierra and Boone that I fell even more in love with. As always she brought the passion and emotion that I have grown to expect from her. I loved that she gave us insight into their family dynamics and the roles they played in who they have become. It was great to see that Sierra and Rory have really grown to rely on one another as sisters- it's one of those touches LJ didn't need to include for the story but added for the benefit of readers who are emotionally invested in the McKay family as a whole. I won't spoil any of the story but I'm so impressed with the underlying message throughout Unbreak My Heart which is the importance of self love and personnel development which in turn makes makes loving the right person all the more gratifying. I can't wait to see what's in store for the rest of the McKays. This is one of those books I will revisit many times.
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    Fall in Love again

    All I can say right now. Is hot, hot, hot. Diffidently worth the wait. Just like everyone else who loves the Rough Riders Series I have been waiting for this book for over 4 years. I'm super happy to report Boone and Sierra did not disappoint at all. This book is a brilliant start to a new series call the Rough Riders Legacy series. Like all of her books Lorelei James' writing was on point. The characters are engaging and lovable. Their story will just pull you in and the next thing you know is you spent the last 24 hrs straight reading this awesome book. I just can't say enough good things about this book. I really loved it.
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    A great start to a the next generation of McKay's

    I have been a fan of Lorelei James for many years—it all started by accidentally coming across “Long Hard Ride” (Number 1 in the Rough Riders Series) and falling in love with the series. I was a little skeptical of the character of Gavin Daniels but fell in love with him and his teenage daughter Sierra in “Gone Country.” This is also when we get to meet (and fall in love with) Boone West right along with Sierra. Their story ends when he decides that in order to protect them both he needs to leave and join the Army and this leaves her brokenhearted. “Unbreak My Heart” begins seven years later with Sierra Daniels McKay living in Arizona and moving up the in her father’s business. An unexpected illness when visiting home has her running into US Army Sergeant Boone West who is doing part of his nursing rotation in his hometown and has never forgotten the women he loves. He is determined to fix what he broke seven years before with Sierra. Sierra and Boone work hard to find love again while they are both struggling with family issues, job issues, and personal issues. Along with getting to laugh and cry with Boone and Sierra while they find their HEA we also get a glimpse of Kyler, Anton, and Hayden as young men as handsome and troublemaking as their fathers. We also got to meet one of Sierra’s friends, one of Boone’s friends and Kyler’s cousin from his moms side of the family. I look forward to their stories as well as seeing the rest of the McKay children grow into wonderful adults (with the role models they had you can expect no less). This was a truly wonderful start to the next generation of Rough Rider books and they are most definitely on my must read list.
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    A perfect beginning to a new series!

    Lorelei James breaks into the New Adult genre giving long time readers a story they've wanted for years, but offering new readers a new series they can jump into and feel right at home in despite never reading a thing she's written before. Told in first person from both the hero and heroine's point of view and set in Phoenix, Arizona Unbreak My Heart is a breath of fresh air filled with moments of hilarity, moments of sadness, moments of joy and a whole lot of heart and love. Readers will love this crazy, tight knit group of family and friends whose relationships with each other are just as important as the relationship between the hero and heroine. For me personally, this is one of the many reasons I've always loved this author ALL relationships matter in her books and that is no different in her freshman New Adult offering. Sierra McKay and Boone West have history and not all of it is pretty, but as this story unfolds it becomes evident that the "not so pretty" part was a very necessary part of their journey to each other. Meeting at 16 an 18, Boone and Sierra were very young and to be honest both were at a crossroads in their lives. I loved that Ms. James gave us a few crucial flashbacks in this story that lets the reader see this couple as the teenagers they once were. There was the perfect amount of flashbacks, not so many that fans feel they are re-reading the book in which these two met, but enough for new readers to understand the complexity of their beginning and see the special friendship they shared. In the seven years since they've seen one another quite a bit has changed in their lives. Sierra is a college graduate and working her way up through her father's company and a successful business woman in her own right. She's involved in an association that helps other women achieve their business dreams and she has a fantastic roommate and her college aged cousins nearby to help her not feel lonely. Boone has made a career of the Army and enjoys his work as an Army nurse, now a Sergeant he is involved in a special program that has him attending school and working on a special two year pilot program that involves all branches of the military and the Veterans Administration. I think it was so important that both Boone and Sierra had their own lives; that they'd achieved their own successes and they did it on their own terms. I understood Sierra's initial reaction to seeing Boone again, but I appreciated that she was mature enough to realize as they spent time together that he had to leave Wyoming in order to make something of his life. I loved that Boone was a man on a mission and planned on making it his goal in life to get Sierra to trust him again and fall in love with him once and for all. Yes, they both made some missteps along the way and they both had a few freak-outs over the intensity of their feelings given they hadn't seen one another in so long, but that foundation of friendship from 7 years ago connected them and made it easy for both of them to realize that loving one another was the most natural thing in the world. Some of my favorite moments in this book came from the secondary characters; Ms. James has a knack for making sure her characters are always surrounded by friends and family and doesn't shy away from letting readers see the importance of those relationships. Sierra's best friend and roommate Lu is not only great comic relief but an excellent person for making Sierra get out of her own head. Her step-sister Rory helps her examine situations from all sides and is there for some tough love when she needs it. Boone gets some comical and very interesting advice from his best friend, Raj and his and Sierra's cousins Kyler, Anton and Hayden. But even more than that, Boone and Sierra both fall back on the friendship they formed all those years ago and that makes it very easy for them to read one another and know just what the other one needs when life gets to them. It was easy to fall instantly into this book and not come up for air; the characters are well developed, flawed but likeable , the dialog is rich, funny and meaningful and most of all love is found throughout in the friendships and between two people who needed time , perspective and time to grow into their own selves before becoming one.
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    Totally worth the wait!

    I was very excited to read Sierra and Boone's story. I first fell in love with them in Gone Country from the Rough Riders collection. While I did fall in love with them there I have to say I had all my expectations blown away with this book. I don't read a lot of new adult books because of the unnecessary angst. Their attraction from high school was even stronger and hotter when they reconnect 7 years later. I love all of Lorelei Jame's books because of how realistic her worlds are. I lose myself into the characters and the stories I really look forward to reading more from her new adult series. You don't need to be familiar with the Rough Rider series but if you haven't read it and enjoy this book I HIGHLY recommend reading them.
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