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FREE PDF ☆ BOOK The Broken One ↠ RUTH CARDELLO Õ ❴Reading❵ ➼ The Broken One Author Ruth Cardello – Johns-cycling-diary.co.uk Single mom Heather Ellis would do anything for her adopted daughter Ava Even post an online reward for anyone who found the girl’s lost stuffed animal Who’d have guesAt damn stuffed wolf and the beautiful single mother looking for it Is he ready to give love a second chanceBut there’s to Sebastian his family and his past than Heather knows More than even Sebastian knows Will the life they’re building together be challenged when the truth is finally revealed This was enjoyable enough had a few laughs but I can’t be the only one left very VERY confused about the Judy parts What was the point Was it a ploy to get us to read the rest of the series to uncover her story Regardless I will probably read from this author but not for Judy

The Broken OneAt damn stuffed wolf and the beautiful single mother looking for it Is he ready to give love a second chanceBut there’s to Sebastian his family and his past than Heather knows More than even Sebastian knows Will the life they’re building together be challenged when the truth is finally revealed This was enjoyable enough had a few laughs but I can’t be the only one left very VERY confused about the Judy parts What was the point Was it a ploy to get us to read the rest of the series to uncover her story Regardless I will probably read from this author but not for Judy

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The Broken One ´ Single mom Heather Ellis would do anything for her adopted daughter Ava Even post an online reward for anyone who found the girl’s lost stuffed animal Who’d have guessed it’d be returned by a drop dead sexy man with such sadness in his eyes that she had to reach out to him To Ava he’s a her Rating3 stars to The Broken One ‘Uncle Jake says the secret to true genius cannot occur until one is willing to acknowledge that very little that is accepted as known actually is Mistakes often lead to incredible discoveries’ Can you remember the days and ways of childhood exploit and exploration I can’t say generally and honestly that I can remembering my childhood is almost akin to plucking wisps of long lapsed air my memories spotty patches of remembrance but the two peaks that my world pivoted on were freedom and fear Not many do when life rolls us into gradual adulthood and we lose our understanding of what being a child was like and contingent on that we forget what infantile life is like A child’s struggle is as fundamental as our own perhaps so It’s so full of mountainous joy and powerful loss and very palpable fear It might seem to us so small and partial for them to feel heartache after pining for a well worn toy hurt by being made to leave the sun at its peak to sleep alone In the dark when every shadow manifests a shape They like us have to find ways of navigating the bumps and grooves of uncharted pastures only for them it’s so novel so new so refreshing with the condensed sight that sits on the edges of a small and growing world We should know better because we have experience but for them it’s curiosity that speedwalks them into new situations and hence unraveling this big world of new labor can come with eual parts trepidation and fear therefore a whole lot courage Because our young How brave they are “Only in school are we rewarded for being well behaved and uiet Out in the world it’s the brave and daring who make a difference”‘One’s entire life could be changed forever with one misstep’ This is what I loved about ‘The Broken One’ it takes 4 year old Ava’s misery and her mother’s desire to put a stop to that pain that escalates this story as one that individually brings back the sincere importance of youthful joy and grief Accountant Heather Ellis is the sole carer and mother to her adopted daughter Ava Heather in a desperate attempt takes to social media to broadcast her daughter’s loss with a promise of a reward if Wolfie Ava’s stuffed toy is found When a handsome but somber businessman reluctantly brings back a toy that fills Heather’s house with laughter and light again her gratitude is immeasurable but tapers once when a less than welcoming Sebastian parts with his characteristic broody hostility “Nothing lasts forever Nothing No one escapes that lesson”‘Life was hard enough without looking across the breakfast table every morning at a man who didn’t know how to smile’ Sebastian Romano mirthless pitiless seemingly apatheticcall him what you like but his past of chafing loss has refined this demeanor of hard callous steel It’s his family that he lives for because 5 years ago stripped him of his soul This savage successor has dedicated his life and work to the Romano name To him there is no reason to debate life’s unfairness because it is Sharp edged and emotionally severe he’s firm in his philosophy of hard work and harsh conseuence Love is the root that deserves to be buried no place in business or his life it’s a feeling uninvited Love does not firm up the backbone of a surviving thriving business Coarse tenacity does “When you love someone their happiness is where you find your own You have always been a good son You were a good husband but you are an awful widower” Being a single mum is trying but Heather wouldn’t trade Ava for the world and so she shouldn’t because she is an adorable credit This first meeting however sparks uestions in both Sebastian’s and Heather’s lives is the past eating away Sebastian’s humanity enough for him to hate who he’s becoming And can Heather sacrifice this amazing life with her daughter for a bit of happiness for herself Sebastian is certain that joy can never wrap enveloping arms around him again and Heather’s responsibility to her daughter will always outshine the fickle weavings of the unknown As always the prospect of risk will accompany the opening of a new door let’s see if they both have the strength to keep it open ’She was gifted at proving that life was full of surprises no matter how well I planned’‘Hoping for a happy ending only led to disappointment But that wasn’t what I wanted Ava to believe For her I’d move heaven and earth to make the improbable happen’ There are those stories that capture you in an unuestionable rapture and what I mean by that is a reader wholeheartedly bypasses uestion because their heart their mind their senses and their personal reactions express complete likeability Then there are those stories that carry a similar strength but posses a cause for friction or dissonance because they seize both the alluring and problematic alike And of course there are those that our constitution will reject because uite simply you might not understand it relate with it align with it or your very distinct authority will clash with its symbolic representation Now The Broken One slides itself into the middle because I both found what was alluring and uestionable But still it is awkward to pinpoint at times why a story doesn’t work and I think it’s because you either might like the DOC æ The Broken One ´ Ruth Cardello

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Ruth Cardello ´ The Broken One DOC O To Heather he’s a fantasy that puts at risk The Broken MOBI #233 the happy life she’s made for herselfIt’s been five years since billionaire developer Sebastian Romano lost his wife and unborn child in a tragic accident Now he’s all business No room for emotion Until he stumbles across th 35 starsPerhaps because I have not read RC's other series I didn't get the Judy part of the story Just left me confused It could have been angst intense good thing but instead was angst light only sometimes a good thing Still an enjoyable read