If love were a battleground, then we waged a war upon it.
We’d been best friends for years, and then we were wayward lovers. It was meant to just be an itch to scratch—some harmless fun. But once he had me under his thumb, tied in his binds, he became my undoing.
These days, he consumes my thoughts. I’m powerless under his touch.
He makes me ignore the guilt from my past that consumes me when I don’t deserve to forget. With him, I am raw and exposed, yet he continues to move closer to me.
He’s willing to fight, but my armour has been dented enough.
Secrets have the power to make or break you—mine have the power to do both.
After being lied to by my own family, I know the power of deception. Now, I’m afraid that withholding the truth will be my ruin.
Especially when all my secrets are attached to her.
She is my muse. My salvation. The reason my past didn’t destroy me.
She makes me feel. She makes me want. She’s the gasoline to my fire.
All’s fair in love and war.
For us, it’s time to strike the match.
I loved this book from the moments I saw the cover for this book and read the blurb for it. Fractures were a beautiful story about love and friends becoming more then just friends. The writing style of this story was excellently done with the reader being able to feel the emotions that the characters were feeling throughout the book.
I loved the hero of the story Theo and felt that he was such a tough character that had endured a lot of hardships in his life due to the family secrets that kept were kept to him from a young age. The way that his father as a child treated him very coldly and with no love is truly heart breaking, but I loved seeing Theo working through all the pain to move on with his life.
Trinity was such a feisty character that had me laughing so many times throughout the book. She has suffered a lot of lost and guilt throughout and life, which caused me to tear up at times when she is suffering. I adored the way that she stuck up for her friends and she was always caring towards to them. Trinity was such a great character that I adored reading so much.
Fractures were friends to lovers read that had a lot of twists throughout it. I don’t want to give to many spoilers about it, but the love that the two main characters Theo and Trinity have for each other is obvious from the start. There are a lot of hot and sexy moments throughout the book.
Overall, I loved this story and found that I couldn’t put it down once I started reading it. I loved the characters within the story and the secondary characters throughout the book. This was the first book by M.R. Field that I have read and I absolutely loved her writing. I found the way that she was able to write a lot of emotions throughout the book and create an intriguing story that creates such an enjoyable read. I know now that I will be reading more books by this author and cant wait to read more about the other characters in the series.
For the past few months, I’ve been chasing after my dream. A dream that has claws. A dream that holds silent tears. A dream that melts under my fingertips and against my binds.
M R Field is an author from Rural Victoria and has completed a Bachelor’s degree with Honours from Latrobe University, Melbourne. After growing up with the river at her front door, she returned back to her hometown after many years of living in the city. She now lives a tranquil lifestyle with her husband, two young children and effervescent dog, Zephyr.
M R Field has always held a love for writing, filling journals as a child which progressed to more eloquent pieces as an adult. After ten years of creative instruction, she decided to turn these ideas into manuscripts. She adores creating new story lines and is a big fan of a happily ever after, but believes strongly in making her characters work for it.
She has recently decided to join the independent publishing world with her debut novel, Fragments, which released late 2014, alongside its subsequent novel, Splinters that released in 2015. Fractures, her latest novel is due for release on October, 25th 2016.