Too Beautiful to Break by Tessa Bailey

Too Beautiful to Break by Tessa Bailey

Genre: contemporary romance/women's fiction 
Tropes: Hero complex, alpha male, facing their pasts, sister's best friend

Too Beautiful to Break is the final book in the Romancing the Clarkson's series. It's about the elusive and mysterious Belmont Clarkson—the oldest Clarkson sibling—and the object of his infatuation, Sage Alexander. They have a strange relationship that's been hinted at in the other three books, and I've been dying to find out all the tea between these two, along with their respective dark pasts.

Holy sh*t, can I just say Belmont is a f*cking intense man. He's a combination of stern scowls and panty-soaking honesty. The other siblings often say they orbit around him. That is 100% true. Sage struggled to stay out of his orbit, but with a man like Belmont, she found it incredibly hard. The story explores issues of codependency and deep-seated feelings of guilt and betrayal. A little heavier and darker than the other three books, but still enjoyable. Everyone got their HEA and that’s all they can ask for in the end.

K xx

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