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Knights Who Broke My Heart (Knights Series Book 3) by Sonya Jesus – Review by Jenni Bishop

Knights Who Broke My Heart (Knights Series Book 3)Knights Who Broke My Heart by Sonya Jesus
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Knights Who Broke My Heart (Knights Series Book 3) by Sonya Jesus. It is an  interesting and captivating read as we follow the characters as they love, lose, stalk,  have many issues, lie, keep secrets and so much more it’s hard to wrap your head  around them all. I just wanted to smack some of them and say wake up or hug them as  they cried or hide away from the crazy as he starts to unravel. The suspense keeps you  turning the pages, the twists and turns have you wondering what comes next. On the  edge of my seat, definitely. Nail biting, tick. Frustration, oh yeah. This story is clever  and the ending, well the ending will leave you wanting more. I look forward to see what  Sonya has for us in the next book.

Reviewed by @jennadb

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Knights Who Broke My Heart by Sonya Jesus – Review by Anna Hirsch

Knights Who Broke My Heart ( Knights, #3)Knights Who Broke My Heart by Sonya Jesus
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Knights Who Broke My Heart by Sonya Jesus
5 Stars

Omg! This series just keeps getting better with every book this author writes. This book was amazing! You need to read this series. The story picks up where the last book ended. Amelia still has no clue about her stalker. He is closing in, getting her to trust him even more. Yet his plans are unraveling somewhat. Although Lis is clueless about many things, she grows tremendously in this novel. It was nice to see her come I to her own and be more confident and comfortable in her own skin.

I have always loved Robins from day one and wanted Amelia and him to be together. In this story, Aiden Keys plays a bigger role and I really like him. I don’t know who I’d rather her be with. I’m so confused. There were so many things that happened in this story that kept me on the edge of my seat. What a page turner! It ended in such a way that left me shocked with my mouth hanging open. You have got to read this book, I highly recommend it.

Review by @Anna Hirsch
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Knights Who Stole My Heart (Knights Series Book #2) by Sonya Jesus – Review by Angela Hayes

Knights Who Stole My Heart (Knights, #2)Knights Who Stole My Heart by Sonya Jesus
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

 

Knights Who Stole My Heart by Sonya Jesus is a romantic suspense, the second instalment and continuing story of Amelia and her ‘Knights”. The book has mystery, a drama, angst, danger, violence, sinister intent, a creepy (stalker) factor in the form of one of the characters, as well as some push-pull, obsession, intrigue, romance, and much more. I enjoyed the first book and this one was just as entertaining. It picks up from the first book, but this story digs a little deeper into the character’s emotional states and inner turmoil, as well as ramping up the suspense and delivering a few unexpected developments. This was both fascinating and frustrating all at the same time. Then add a few more “knights” into the picture, with interest in Amelia, and this story gets interesting. I was #TEAMROBBINS in the last book, but now I am also a little conflicted. I am hoping that the next book will make my choices easier.
As I discovered in the last book and again in this one- the author has a detailed, descriptive and strong style, she builds the intensity and tension really well, manoeuvring the plot subtly, creating lots of questions and anticipation. The author kept me guessing the whole way through.
This is a gripping story of obsession of the worst kind. Ms. Jesus built the tension and suspense beautifully. I was flipping the pages, immersed in the story and trying to figure out what we would find on every page, or around each corner.
Ms. Jesus is quite skilled when it comes to character development. All the characters were fully developed, interesting and complex.
This is my favourite of the two books, so far. I will definitely be reading the next book!

Thank you, Ms. Jesus!

 

Reviewed by @angelahayes

 

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