Book Review – Broken Fae – Ruthless Boys of the Zodiac book 4 – By Caroline Peckham and Susanne Valenti – 5 stars

Warning: May contain spoilers, but opening comments are spoiler-free. Check out my Reading Ranting page for more.

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Elise is adjusting to her new situation with her kings, and I love how Leon is always the one trying to keep the peace and encourage them all to get along. 

What I liked…

Spice – There’s so much of it and it keeps getting better. You may think too much spice is bad, and sometimes it. But…

The kings – This whole story revolves around Elise thinking the kings of Aurora academy were responsible for her brother’s death, and instead, she ends up falling for all 4 of them, and finding the real killer depends on them all working together.

I still just love Leon for being so supportive of what makes Elise happy and I love his tantrums since nobody can handle everything that easily. 

Ryder and Gabriel’s growing friendship warms my heart. They have more in common compared to Dante and Leon. 

I love how Ryder and Dante keep trying to put their differences aside for Elise. And this book sees some big changes in that sense.

More Orion – Love him. 

Elise’s mother – I love how Elise has mixed feelings for her mother after what she discovered but also that she appreciates the difficult situation her mother was in as a single parent with a broken heart which leads me too…

Elise’s father – Who is he? I still think he might be Caleb’s dad, but something at the end of this book (no spoiler) gave me another thought. 

What I didn’t like…

As usual, nothing worth pointing out.

Final thoughts…

Holy frick. I don’t know how much more of these books I can take. I need a break from this drama but in a good way because I need to breathe after another emotional rollercoaster.

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