Review of Breaking Mobius by T.R. Horne

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Genre: Contemporary Romance

Book Length: (Est.): 232 Pages

Book Description/Synopsis:  

ONE GOOD DECISION…
Leaving behind an abusive father and emotionally scarred mother, Mali Struthers catches a bus to freedom. Atlanta University is the perfect place to discover her inner strength and special talents that lead her to a future she never imagined outside her father’s walls. Still learning to love herself, Mali must push past her own doubts to realize she deserves everything she’s worked for, even the love of a man seemingly out of reach.

…CAN CREATE A BAD DECISION
As a star football player, Justice Bradford juggles his high profile relationship and aggressive groupies but with his best friend’s constant lure of temptation, he struggles to remain focused. He has the world at his fingertips until his plans are shattered by deception. Fighting depression, he’s re-routed on a dangerous path of self-destruction until, by chance, he finds a light in the darkness that makes him second guess his vow. When Justice is faced with his new reality, will he get his life back on track before he loses it all?

…AND INCITE REVENGE.
One of the hottest video models on the scene, Nicole Bunn is the epitome of a strong, focused business woman. Concentrating only on her money and the men that can supply her expensive lifestyle, Nicole runs from her own hurts scared to love anyone other than herself. Tired of waiting to marry into fortune, Nicole turns a chance meeting into a whirlwind of sex, lies and obsession that is bound to threaten her livelihood. Through a trail of lies and addiction, Nicole sees her love of money fracture so many lives, including her own. When Nicole is forced to choose between her love of money or a chance at true love, what will she decide?

Jennifer’s Review: 

*I received this book free from the author in exchange for an honest review*

Breaking Mobius follows three college students on their journeys. It was kind of neat to watch how their paths crossed with and without them knowing.

Mali was by far my favorite character. She was girl who was literally running from her past. Coming from an abusive father and a mother who never stood up to him made her basically run to college. She is a talented young woman who loves to dance and who does not get caught up in all the hoopla associated with succeeding.

Justice has his moments. I felt a little bad for him when his girlfriend started playing around on him, but he was in love with his own reflection and kept going on about how toned his body was that I wanted to smack him. The whole drinking and taking anything home that wanted to go was insane. I wanted to yell at him that he shouldn’t turn into a skank just because he had a broken heart, especially when he used to comment on his friend doing the same thing.

I enjoyed how Mali and Justice’s friendship evolved.

Nicole was very self-absorbed and would do anything to get what she wanted. The lengths to the things she could do and the people she could betray were ever growing and in the end I think she got exactly what she deserved.

This is a good book with a very satisfying ending. It seemed to play out right and despite all the ups and downs on the rollercoaster ride of the college life the way their stories entwined was perfect.

My Favorite Moment: An interrupted dinner date. It was about time Justice stepped up.

My Favorite Cat Fight Moment: Never answer another person’s phone and think it’ll be over when you hit the END button. Go Mali!

Overall, I give this 4 stars! 

*Clicking on the book cover above will take you to the Amazon purchase page.

 

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