Josh and Cam never gave up hope of
finding their third mate Sara. Spending two years being
abused and tortured at the hands of a man who looked like
Cam, Sara is all but a shell of her former self when found.
Cam canít believe his Sara can no longer stand the sight of
him, and isnít sure he can bare the pain that comes with her
inability to see heís not the monster from her nightmares.
Josh is the piece that connects them all together and even
though heís a human he will have to take on the load of
their pain and distrust. To give up canít be an option if
either of them ever wants to find their special love again.
I understand a blurb is a sample of what readers should
expect from a story. Trinity Brokenís blurb
was honest and to the point about the pain and anguish this
triad would experience as they attempted to rebuild their
lives. Iím a personal fan of stories that are hard hitting
and shocking but I must admit to finding Jamie Craigís
latest effort slightly disheartening. I thought the heroine
Sara would never get over her psychological trauma and allow
Cam back into her life. The story Ms. Craig created was very
well written but for me and my current mood not something I
was able to embrace. I think readers who enjoy emotionally
heavy storylines and are patient enough to understand the
trials and tribulations that need to be conquered first will
be pleased with Trinity Broken.