New school. New friendships. New life.
Not so much.
Alexandra is pissed about her parents abandoning her. She’s beyond pissed that her friends did the same. She’s enraged because things are unclear about her brother’s death now. So her first stop is at Jesse’s house to demand answers. She wants to know why her brother was friends with the criminal crowd before he died and she knows he holds the answers. But when she sees him, she doesn’t get the answers she expected. Instead, she finds out that their chemistry never faded and soon heats up again!
Some habits die hard. Soon Jesse and Alex are back to their ways of sneaking around. He’s a near-celebrity at school and she doesn’t want to deal with the backlash of being his girlfriend. Alex is tired of being hurt so she’s learned the lesson not to confide and lean on others. However, she can’t seem to help herself when it comes to Jesse Hunt. The big question isn’t if she will survive if their relationship goes public, it’s if she will survive when the real truths about her family and brother come out? Or when she learns that Jesse knows more than what he’s told her?
So after my review from Broken and Screwed 1, I want to make it know that this cover is much better! I completely approve on this one! Book 2 picked up right where book 1 left off!
You get a lot more of Alex and Jesse, but now you also have college girls vying for Jesse’s attention and they don’t care how they get it. This book really shows the strength between Alex and Jesse’s relationship and how it only grows from there, but will it last once Alex really finds out the truth behind Ethan’s death and the secret Jesse is hiding from her?
Great way to end a series! I know Tijan has been asked if there will be another Broken and Screwed, but I don’t think there needs to be! This was a great ending. Honestly, if Tijan does come out with a third book to this series, I don’t know if I will read it just because I am content with the way this ended. What else would Tijan go into? Life after college? I feel like that will stretch out a series, but can also make it boring if there isn’t a good enough story line. My opinion – leave well enough alone and keep this the last BS book.