Review of Broken Mind (Broken Rebel Brotherhood: Next Generation Book #3) by Andi Rhodes @GiveMeBooksPR

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5

Liam Strong is a nerd, but a sexy one. His mother and father are founding members of the Broken Rebel Brotherhood and both served their country. Liam has his doubts about his position in the brotherhood because he didn’t serve, but his position has its own merits. He holds two college degrees and knows his way around a computer. When he meets the beautiful niece of Dusty, the owner of Dusty’s Bar, where the brotherhood hangs out all the time, his whole world changes.

Ruby Banks is an only child. Her dream has always been to be in the U. S. Army, just like her father and uncle were before her. Even though her parents try to convince her otherwise, she joins and makes it the training for weaponry. She’s worked hard in basic and special training only to get to Fort Bliss and have her dreams crushed and career taken from her, creating a fight of her life.

This story has all the feels. It’s tragic, twisted, sexy, and entertaining at times. The fight that Ruby has to endure is not one for the faint of heart, but with the BRB behind her and Liam beside her she finds the strength within herself to proceed with the fight and win the battle. All of the stories in BRB and BRB Next Generation are tragic, but the brotherhood is loyal, strong and a family and always have each other’s backs, even if they do fight like family at times. They will always protect those that can’t protect themselves as well as each other. I love the characters in these books, and I am looking forward to Broken Loyalty. Although, I hate to see the series end because the characters are so great. I give this story a 5-star review and suggest that if you haven’t read the Broken Rebel Brotherhood or Broken Rebel Brotherhood: Next Generation that you should. I love Andi Rhodes books and characters; they always leave a lasting impression.

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