In Broken Sons, Alex becomes a prisoner at her evil Uncle Moorloc’s home in exchange for saving her friends’ lives. During training, she is hurt more than you can shake a stick. She is to follow her Uncle’s rules and is punished violently when she breaks them. Her uncle’s goons are around every corner and gunning to hurt her.
As her love interest, Aaron is gathering a large army to save her, Gryphon hears her cry for help. He shows up and starts training her secretly. She learns a gazillion times more than her uncle taught her, and her powers are more potent than anyone imagined.
Gryphon is drawn to Alex. He is sure they will be together one day. Alex loves Aaron and plans to marry him. Will Alex break away from her Uncle and his cruel ways? Will Alex end up with Aaron or Gryphon?
I haven’t been so involved in a book in a long time. The characters drew me in even more than in the first book. Alex goes through so much, and her emotions are all over the place. She is tough but suffers greatly and sometimes loses confidence in herself. Gryphon is cocky in a good way. Although he comes from ruthless stock, he is fun and caring towards Alex. He teaches her and tries his best to keep her safe.
Broken Sons throws you right into the story. It is one of those books that makes you feel you are there with the characters. Alice’s descriptive language drew me right into the story. Seeing Alex’s powers grow was probably my favorite part of the book. Her interactions with Gryphon were a thrill to read about. They became close, and I loved how they interacted and teased each other. I’ve got to say that I wanted her to stay with Gryphon by the end of the story. Does she? You have to read it to find out!
Broken Sons is the second book in this series. I suggest reading the first one, The Head, the Heart, and the Heir, first, as you will understand this story much better.
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