Broken Innocence by Andi Rhodes Release & Review

Posted February 6, 2020 by sultrysirens in Excerpt, Release Blitz, Reviews by Liz / 0 Comments

Broken Innocence by Andi Rhodes Release & ReviewBroken Innocence by Andi Rhodes
Series: Broken Rebel Brotherhood
Published by Self on 02/06/20
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I loved her for years but she never loved me back.
When she was taken, I snapped.
Now she’s back and not herself.
She’s an empty shell of the woman I knew.
But I still love her.
Her demons are many, and I want to slay every one.
Problem is, she thinks she’s too broken.

He never knew I loved him. I made sure of that.
Then I was taken and made unloveable.
My past hadn’t prepared me for the hell I was put through.
I’d wanted to die, but he wouldn’t let me.
No matter what I did, he made sure to save me.
He says he loves me and that he always will.
Problem is, I’m too broken to love him back.

The Broken Rebel Brotherhood series consists of three complete stories with guaranteed HEA’s. All three books can be read as a standalone. Each book contains subject matter that some may find disturbing. Reader discretion is advised.

Title: Broken Innocence
Series: Broken Rebel Brotherhood #2 

Author: Andi Rhodes
Genre: Contemporary Romance/Romantic Suspense
Release Date: February 6, 2020
Liz's Review
Broken Innocence by Andi Rhodes is the second book in her Broken Rebel Brotherhood series. This time around we get Griffin and Brie’s story. Griffin and Brie have loved each other for years, but never admitted it to the other. Then when faced with unthinkable events, Brie is left shattered. But Griffin is determined to be there for her. Brie felt lost and broken and unlovable. Griffin was strong, caring and patient. Their story was emotional and slow burning. I am excited to see what comes next in this series.


Five Star Review

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“You all right, man?” Micah asked, his tone serious.
“Yeah. Yeah, I’m fine. It’s just…” He wouldn’t understand. Nobody would.
“I know, Griff.” Micah placed his hand on my shoulder. I didn’t bother
trying to remove it. Micah wouldn’t budge. “We’ll find her. You’ve gotta
believe that.”
“Alive or dead?” I whispered.
“Yes, we’ll find her,” I lifted my eyes to the ceiling and blew out a
frustrated breath. “But will it be alive or dead?”
 “She’s a fighter, Griffin. We’re
going to bring her home.” Micah’s head twisted toward the kitchen as another
cry rang out. He turned back to me and squeezed my shoulder. “We won’t stop
until we do.” And then he was gone.
Of course we’d bring her home. I knew that. Leave no man behind. Dead or alive. Jesus, let her be alive.
I followed the sounds of laughter and made my way into the kitchen,
pausing at the door and taking in the sight of my family. No one acknowledged
my presence, and that suited me fine. Nell was putting some snacks out for
everyone. Micah and Sadie each held a baby, swaying to calm them. Doc and Aiden
sat at the bar shoveling food into their mouths as quickly as it hit the
She should be here.
I rubbed the ache in my chest as I walked the rest of the way into the
“Finally.” Nell winked to soften the comment.
“Sorry,” I mumbled to no one in particular. No one acknowledged the
apology, nor had I expected them to. I knew they weren’t angry with me for my
broodiness, and certainly, they had an idea of the cause. With our shared past,
most of us had PTSD, causing some off
days. Sure, I’d been cranky and anti-social more than usual, but they
understood why. Partially, anyway.
The next hour was as close to fun as it could get. We ate, joked,
laughed, and ribbed each other. We talked about our time together in the Navy
Seals, regaling Sadie with more stories than she probably wanted to hear. It
all felt so…normal.
She should be here.
As Doc was reminiscing about his first day with the BRB, my phone
vibrated in my pocket. I ignored it, wanting to stay present in the moment.
When it vibrated again, and again, I gave in and took it out of my jeans. After
swiping my finger over the screen, I punched in the passcode, and my stomach
dropped as I read text messages from Jackson, the Sheriff.
Possible break in the case.
Jackson: We
need you. Be at my office in    
                 half an hour.
Jackson: Where
are you?
Jackson: Call
me, dammit!
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Author Bio
Andi is an author of contemporary romance who started her journey when
her career in social work was no longer her passion. Her books are sassy and
suspenseful with a heavy dose of sizzle and are guaranteed to deliver an HEA
and all the feels. She loves writing about alpha males and the women who tame
them. When she’s not writing, Andi is an avid reader of the romance genre and
prefers books that teeter on the edge of decent. She also loves spending time
with her husband and their pack of dogs. For access to release info, updates,
and exclusive content, be sure to sign up for Andi’s newsletter at, where you will also find links for Facebook and Instagram.
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Posted February 6, 2020 by sultrysirens in Excerpt, Release Blitz, Reviews by Liz / 0 Comments


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