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    Amazing beginning to a series!!

    Holy cow can Carrie Ann write!!! I've always loved how well written her stories are, but this one has a SUPER hard subject and she did it SO WELL! These friends are dealing with a crippling loss when we are introduced to everyone, and you truly get to feel their feelings as they deal with it. Violet had gone through so much between this and her stupid ex that it was almost a little refreshing to see someone who wasn't completely put together. Really all three women were working on putting themselves together, but since this was Violet's book we got to see hers up close. I loved that. I also loved adding in Cameron, the one who disappeared. From the time that Violet awkwardly see Cameron again I knew they had the best story. There was so much untold between them, and I knew it'd be such a ride finding out what happened there. Their love was the best roller coaster. We truly got the best seat as they talked through, sexed through and repaired their relationship. I also loved how she really used the word Fractured in this book. Both Violet and Cameron had many fractures that they needed to repair. It was so amazing watch them repair too. Now we have to talk about everyone else. I LOVED these girls so much, Harmony and Sienna were so great, and I loved the addition of the Connolly brothers, Aiden, Brendon and even Dillon. It was so mesmerizing to watch when the group got together, and I especially loved Dillon's quirks. Watching the girls come to grips with their new lives, and the brothers do the same. It was so special. I cannot wait to read these next books and go on their roller coasters too
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    All the Feels

    Anonymous "Breaking Without You", the first book in Carrie Ann Ryan's newest series, is a novel full of second chances and reconnections. It's a story about those left behind, about happens after a loss. The book opens with a funeral of a mutual friend of all the central characters, the funeral of a woman who committed suicide, and it just get more emotional from there. This book was...different. Very emotional, very raw. The first person POV (which is different from all the other Carrie Ann Ryan books I've read) inserts the reader into the head of the character, maybe a little too much. I found the repetition of language a little tiresome, though completely realistic, especially considering the emotional tumult the characters were going through. I have to admit that it took me a bit longer to read this one -- I usually binge and read her books in one sitting -- but this was a little too much to take in in one sitting. Definitely more angsty than my usual reads, it had more of an NA feel even though the characters were in their late 20s. There was just a lot going on with everyone (divorce! death! reunions! career issues!) I like it but wow. Yeah, lots to unpack here, which isn't a bad thing at all. It was just a lot, but it also provides a really nice set up for the rest of the books in the series. I'm looking forward to seeing how all the different characters work through their grief and deal with all the other stressors they have in their lives. Bottom line, Breaking Without You (Fractured Connections, #1)is a must read if you want All The Feels
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    Magnifisent

    When I started reading I couldn't put it down.Carrie Ann Ryan is magnifysent and amazing writer.I cannot wait to read more of there books.Keep up the great work.You should definitely read this book.Can't wait for the next book.
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    Breaking Without You is a full ride of emotions an

    Cameron and Violet have a history, one that they can't just ignore. When a tragic event end up bringing them into each other's lives again, they have to figure out what they really want and if they can heal what's been fractured. Cameron felt he had no choice in the past and did what he had to do, Violet was left to wonder what it was that happened and why. The journey that they take you on if full of hurt and grief, but also love and rediscovery of who they themselves are and who they want to be for each other. Breaking Without You is a full ride of emotions and beautifully written. I loved Violet and Cameron.
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    A Moving and Emotional Read

    This story starts at a funeral, the funeral of a friend, a friend far too young not to be there anymore, and Violet isn’t sure how to deal with it, she was the one who found her friend dead and wonders, if she had paid more attention, would Alison still be alive? There seems to be no reason for what Alison did, she didn't leave a note explaining why she felt she could no longer live. At the funeral, Violet sees Cameron, her first love he broke her heart when he left not only her but his brothers behind. He said had family things he felt he had to deal with but didn’t really explain his reason for leaving. Now today of all days she has to see him, he's back to help his brothers turn around the family bar after the death of his adoptive father. He's been back a little while but fortunately for Violet, she hadn't seen him, but now old wounds are opened, old feelings remembered. For Cameron seeing Violet brings all his old feelings to the surface and he knows that he still feels the same way now as when he left. Violet, who thought she had gotten over him doesn’t want to fall for Cameron again. Her trust in men has really been tested, Cameron left and then the next man she fell in love with, a man she married, cheated on her and married her work colleague. When Cameron came back to Denver he brought his younger brother Dillon with him, he's been raising him for the past 7 years. Cameron doesn't only have bridges to build with Alison, he has to try to build bridges with Aiden his twin and Brendan his adoptive brother too. The relationship with his brothers is difficult, there are a lot of hurt feelings and anger still because Cameron left to help his and Aiden's birth mother, a drug-addicted whom Aiden wanted nothing to do with. Cameron can't really regret going to California because of Dillon but seeing Violet again makes him realize that he still loves her, he knows he really screwed up with her but can he mend that bridge? This is a really moving story about broken trust and loss, it's about true friendships and it's about love and hope. Although the story starts at a really low point it shows that there can be light at the end of the tunnel but it does deal with a very difficult issue which might be a trigger for people who have dealt with loss because of suicide.
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