Series: Shatter Me 2.5
Paperback (Unite Me), 63 pages / English
Debut: December 13, 2013
Read: July 2, 2014
Rogue Chronicles Entry No. 120
While I fell hard and fast for Destory Me which then also totally changed my perspective of Warner, I sadly can't say the same for Fracture Me.
Yes, Adam hat his own dramatic moments in this fight, and my heart stopped for a few seconds, but this was too short, even for a novella. There weren't enough words to really have the drama settle all the way into your bones, ensnare your heart until you can't hold your breath long enough to get all the next words in -- which is how I ususally feel when reading this series.
As Adam got really, really lucky this time, I think I lost some of my sweet-boy-crush on him, because he actually forgot about Juliette in his horrible worry over James. Not that he shouldn't have felt this way, by no means, James is his baby brother and we all love him, but forgetting about Juliette in the process? If you love two people equally, that doesn't happen, even if you know one of them is in more imminent danger than the other. It just doesn't. But since it did happen for Adam, and that's not even the worst of it. Like Kenji noticed, he should've been in a total frenzy about getting back out there and saving her, but he was acutally reluctant to leave his little save bubble. Now, worry on James or not, this is just a big fat no-go in anything related to the deepest kind of love we all crave, so I guess Juliette will not be his girl in the end. He could always find the same love with someone else. Like Aila, for example, she seemed nice. And with all his usual cuteness, he can hook up with practically anyone and be happy, there is no need to have an overly special girl. Really, I think anyone from Omega Point, or even a normal girl without any abilities, will do for him. Yep, 100% positive on that.
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