The Broken Girl and the Hero (The Sunday Lunchers #5) by Julia Keanini

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Just finished book 5? Of the Sunday lunchers. This is the one book I really wanted to read from this series… 51600622_1912433768882851_4391811528555233280_o

Book Review: 

Good book; wasn’t disappointed.. 5 star. ⭐️

***• I’m just going to add the spoilers here•*****

So I have wanted to read this book for a while now because I wanted to know Audrey story. I am glad that I got to read her story. Which was so different from the other four girls… like I think this book was a book five idk but anyways!

It sucks that her friend Molly didn’t believe anything that “Katie” at the time said about her dad. But what it was Molly is just like her father and wanted to get in denial … I was glad that Audrey got out of her shale and became stronger than she truly was.

All it took was for Brent to come into her life again and give her that spark that she needed. I was also glad that she put Chris in his place. Because he almost ruin things for Brent, but Brent became a police officer, and Dylan became an investor… so I figure football wasn’t their calling. Not only that I was glad that In the end Dylan and Jenna finally got together. Because they wanted each other as much as Brent and Audrey each other.

I was glad that Audrey became stronger when her abuser (her ex-best friend father) came into her new home and tried to hurt her. In the end, I was glad she used her business degree to open up well more so to help those women who are a victim of abusive relationships, family members; ransoms, etc. I like stuff like that especially for women because it gives us women to protect ourselves from the evil of the world. That’s something I always wanted to do (boxing; martial arts, work out exercises) never know when you might need to kick somebody butt.

& I was glad that Audrey kicks Gary *** in the end. She needed to be happy; I also understood why she didn’t want to be called by Katie-Lynn, especially when he called her that name. Audrey was a way better name for her. I can’t stand men who prey on children yuck!!! For her friend to blame her at the age of thirteen saying she wanted to be raped by that man is just disgusting… I wanted to slap her ex-best friend, Molly.


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Book Description: 

I’ve been broken. Physically, mentally, spiritually…broken. And I’m okay staying that way as long as no one breaks me ever again. 

Or so I thought. But then Brent, the guy who rescued me and saw me at my worst, walks back into my life. He sees me, the real me and he doesn’t seem to be going anywhere. But the last thing I want is for anyone to see me. And as part of me wants him to stay far away and leave me be, the other part wonders…what would it be like to be whole again? Could I be whole again? 

-This book follows the story of a survivor of kidnapping and rape. There is no graphic content, but the book may not be suitable for all readers. 

* This is a new release of an edition originally published as Skinniness is Next to Goddessness? Audrey’s Story of the Skinniness is Next to Goddessness? series. The Broken Girl and the Hero is a new edition with bonus additional content and a new cover.

 

 

The Sweet Girl and the Rock Star (The Sunday Lunchers #4) by Julia Keanini

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I just finished this book📖, & I’m still stuck on the fact that her mom named her “Tina Turner 😂😂 talk about someone being your idol!!! 

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Book Review:

This book was so good; it only took me one day to finish this though I started this almost towards midnight… I still count it as one day.

**•• Just let me add a few spoilers throughout this review”•***

So okay, I knew that Jessie boy was full of it smh, it always that one band member that will mess it up for others. Then to come to find out even Josh and Dragon didn’t even like him, that they only let Jessie stay because Tina loved him at the time. I was glad they went to that competition because they got to see who Jessie truly was.

Especially with the things, he said about her and to her. I couldn’t stand that Kelly Cook lady. She was so disrespectful, and Jessie wack self-agreed with everything she said about Tina. But not, Josh, Josh took up for Tina, that he should. But what I couldn’t figure out how Tina, never realize that it was Josh was the one who followed her around like a lost puppy. As the lady Verna I think that’s how you spell her name mention. She assumed it might be Nick I said really…

Same for when she though Nick told the Reporters that Z was her father. She was to blind to figure out it wasn’t Nick. I mean her and Josh were in the studio talking, and someone could’ve heard them and or a camera could’ve been in there at that time recording them… I still couldn’t figure out how they couldn’t figure that out. But glad everyone figured out what they wanted to do besides music and got a new guitar player. I do wonder if Dragon went to school for interior design…

In the end, I am glad, that Z and CeCe ended up together & not only that Tina and Josh finally figured out they wanted each other smh! One thing I hope is that in the next book, it doesn’t wait until they are adults to realize they want, care, find out they had the feeling for each other ugh! So annoying !!!! Happens in like the other two or three books before this one.

Oh thing I forgot to add, I was glad Jessie album flop especially since he went solo and blame Tina for getting them to kick out of the competition. When I still say Kelly has something to do with it. As well as brainwashing Jessie too … glad Nick didn’t let Kelly get to him. Jessie was cunt bucket idiot and showed his true colors to his bandmates.


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Book Description:

What if the right guy has always been right there? 

There are only two things I love enough that I’d want them as a part of my life forever – music and my bandmates. While my classmates focus on grades and sports, I focus on my band. And we’re decent. Actually more than decent. And if we could get the right ears to hear our stuff, we could have the future I’m dreaming of. 

So when an opportunity to get on The Next Great American Band arises, we jump in. But what looked like a shiny blessing from the outside turns out to be our kryptonite. The better we do on the show, the closer our band gets to ruin. The only thing saving us is my bandmate, Josh. But just as I realize my feelings for him are more than platonic, the world, namely the girls of the world, discover the same thing I have. Josh is the ultimate rock star and can have any girl he wants.  There’s no way he could possibly choose me, could he? 

* This is a new release of an edition originally published as Skinniness is Next to Goddessness? Tina’s Story of the Skinniness is Next to Goddessness? series. The Sweet Girl and the Rock Star is a new edition with bonus additional content and a new cover.