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REVIEW – Visably Broken by Chelsea Camaron & M.J. FieldsVisibly Broken by Chelsea Camaron, M.J. Fields
Series: Caldwell #4
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four-stars


In a powerful, smoldering novel from the bestselling authors of the Caldwell Brothers series (“Bad boy heroes to die for!”—Tracy Wolff), two tortured souls team up to overcome the past, finding the courage to heal . . . and to love.
Jason “Cobra” Stanley was born to fight. With a father like his, he had to toughen up just to survive. Now Cobra tries to take out all of his frustration, all of his anger, and all of his pain in the MMA cage. But after he receives one too many hits to the head during a match with Jagger Caldwell, the cycle of violence comes to a screeching halt. Cobra wakes up in the hospital, under the care of a nurse whose blond hair shines like a halo—and whose pure heart touches him on the deepest level.
Lorraine Bosch is a fighter too. Having escaped from her own controlling father, she prides herself on remaining professional, despite the chaos of the ER. But Cobra is the ultimate distraction. Lorraine knows she should run away screaming from his rippling muscles and shattered psyche. And yet how can she deny this broken man a second chance—especially since she knows exactly what he’s been through? Lorraine’s used to playing guardian angel. Now it’s her turn to find heaven in Cobra’s arms.

When I first saw this book I knew I wanted to read it. I enjoyed the Caldwell series so much that I had to read this one. It held my attention but I was hoping for more from the Caldwell’s. There is mention of them but that is it. This is Jason’s book the guy who was in the last Caldwell book who helped Tatiana out. Jason has issues stemming from his childhood, which you get in the first chapter then you meet Loraine a nurse in the hospital where Jason lands after an illegal cage match. It goes between Jason & Loraine from there which is fine. You definitely need to keep up with the story. Both of these characters are definitely flawed and have their own issues to get over. Overall a good book. I was gifted this book for a fair and honest review.

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four-stars