4 Star Review: Broken Aro by Jen Wylie

Broken Aro

 Four Stars for
Broken Aro by Jen Wylie

Jen Wylie did an amazing job keeping her readers captivated. I loved Broken Aro the whole way through the book, never was there a dull moment. Jen made is so you were able to connect with the characters from the book. Broken Aro was full of drama, secrets, loss and so much more.

Aro Mason was a fierce and strong 15 year old girl, who has lost her father and now possibly even her brothers, as her city as been torn apart and people are captured as slaves. Her brothers were smart enough to protect her by disguising her as a military member. They were well know soldiers that protected their city at all cost.

Now Aro has been captured and still has to keep up the appearance of being a boy. However, she has ran into friends on the ship where she is being held and is able to escape the ones holding her for slavery.

Once, the group has managed to escape they find not everyone was able to survive. Aro has lost so many and fears as she gets to know more about her friends she will loose more.

Aro is now on a journey with the group of men she has become friends with and find that some are not human and some hold secrets. Kei is fey and is suppose to be apart of a prophecy and then there is the prince who wont tell no one what is name is or where he is from.

Kei and Prince both fight for Aro's attention. However, fighting to survive illnesses and the journey ahead can be deathly, especially with a Drago's interfering in the mix and stirring up touble.

Kei has trouble controling the monster inside him, while Prince is having trouble trusing the group with the information he holds.


 Amazon US: http://www.amazon.com/Broken-Aro-The-Ones-ebook/dp/B009B37VQS

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