REVIEW: Fracture (Blood and Roses #2)

Author: Callie Hart

Genre: Erotic Romance

Release Date: April 7, 2014
Amazon US / Amazon UK

Zeth Mayfair is pretty much the very last thing I need in my life. And yet with every breath I take he becomes more engrained in every aspect of it:

He has a key to my house. 

He knows where I work. 

He dumped his strange, mentally traumatized housemate on my doorstep and has driven off into the sunset in search of my missing sister. 

I want to forget him. Want to change the locks and blot out his face, scourge his very name from my memory. The problem is that I also need him. I need him more than I need air to breath, and I can’t be without him now.

He owns me. 

He torments me.

He’s fractured me.


After reading Deviant (Blood & Roses) I immediately jumped into my copy of Fracture. I couldn’t wait to get more Zeth. I’ve read many stories with bad boys and it’s always the ones with the hard and tough exterior and secretly soft on the inside that gets me drooling. This is true about Zeth. Who doesn’t love a tattooed criminal who will stop at nothing when he’s met the one he can’t get enough of?  Zeth truly is a man with no limits and will do as he pleases.  Though he may fight with all his might to deny it to himself how he feels, he has a soft spot for Sloan and intends to enjoy her whenever he can.

I love that Sloan isn’t the usual “save me” heroine of the story. She’s a strong and independent woman; her only weakness is Zeth and she is his. Fracture is loaded with an intriguing plot, more secrets and H O T sex. 
I really enjoyed Fracture and am anxious to see if/how much Sloan and Zeth change in the next book and if they’re finally going to give in to their need for each other; although I do enjoy them fighting it and the increased tension that results from it. *wink wink*

Callie Hart brought an extra level sizzle with her latest installment in this series and I can’t wait for the release of Burn in May.

Naughty Moms gives Fracture by Callie Hart 4 stars. 
A copy of this book was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review. 

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