Title: Best Kind of Broken
Author: Chelsea Fine
Rating: 5 stars
Its been quite a while since I wrote a book review, so be patient with me.
Best Kind of Broken was a rollercoaster of emotions, with thrilling highs and depressing lows.
You get to follow the relationship of Levi and Pixie, both fully developed characters, as they try to heal after some horrible event (that you wonder about for the most part of the book) You know from the beginning that they have some kind of past, they obviously care about each other, but they just cant seem to get beyond whatever is ailing their friendship-that-could-be-more.
I loved the inn, the way the story went, and most importantly the romance between the two of them. I loved their playful banter and fights, and I really enjoyed seeing them heal and come together.
I will say though, that it was sad at parts. Very sad. Like…I can understand how these two people could be seriously changed forever kind of sad.
Overall, the book was great, like all of Chelsea Fine’s books. (If you haven’t read the Archers of Avalon series, you should seriously considerate it)
Thanks to Netgalley for a copy, in exchange for an honest review!