I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review.
This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
by Lisa Renee Jones
Released: September 7th 2015
Series: The Secret Life of Amy Bensen #4
Published by Pocket Star
“The Secret Life of Amy Bensen is a well worth series to read.”
~ Under the Covers
Unbroken is the last installment of The Secret Life of Amy Bensen series. I can’t believe it’s over, but I couldn’t be happier for Liam and Amy to get finally their happy-ever-after. After countless times of running and hiding, Amy finally found Liam, who will give her everything she has lost. Not only love, safety and security, he will also give her a chance to settle down.
This installment starts shortly after Forsaken had ended. Because of the dangers of what their father had left them, Amy and Chad are yet again apart. Unfortunately, even apart, Amy is still not safe but Liam will step to the plate and do whatever it takes to keep her safe and happy.
Ms. Jones gave Amy and Liam a very happy ending. I’m ver satisfied with how things worked out for this couple and this series. She kept Amy and Liam’s characters consistent as well as the amount of romance, suspense and plot twists within the story. The Secret Life of Amy Bensen is a well worth series to read.
“Apart, Liam and I were indeed broken. But together, we are unbroken.”
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