Reading ➽ Rules Are Meant To Be Broken (The Lines of Marsden # 1) Author N.J. Nielsen/ Saddington –

Rules Are Meant To Be Broken (The Lines of Marsden # 1) The Lines Of Marsden Were Born Into Existence For A Reason To Right The Wrongs That Had Once Taken Place Destiny Fated That They Must Destroy The Eldren Before Evil WinsMichael Marsden Wants To Die For Real This Time He Wasn T Meant To Lead The Half Life That He Does He Chooses To Let It Go And Let Death Take What It Had Already ClaimedBut Christian Risely Isn T About To Let That Happen He Is Drawn To Michael And Will Do Anything To Ensure That He Lives, Even If That Means Keeping Him Alive Against His Will

About the Author: N.J. Nielsen/ Saddington

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10 thoughts on “Rules Are Meant To Be Broken (The Lines of Marsden # 1)

  1. says:

    I ve had this book for a long time, and this is my second attempt to finish this book which is a dnf But the convoluted, awkward writing, confusing plot and unlikable characters have defeated me again Life s too short to get so frustrated with a book in which the author is sparingly giving information I am neither amused or interested in continuing.

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    Intriguing story about a group of vampires that have clustered together yet don t know where they came from, they were just drawn to each other over the years Some twists and turns, some hot loving, jealousy and a cliffhanger ending since this is part one of a series Downside, the writing is extremely awkward to read with pov shifts and lengthy passages or character impressions that don t lend anything important to the whole.

  3. says:

    Review posted at The Armchair Reader.3.5 starsThis is a bit of a difficult book to review I wouldn t say I had a hard time getting into it, but I did take some breaks early on while reading, trying to wrap my head around what was going on There s no mistaking that this book is the setup to a series, but I found on one of my breaks a comment by NJ Nielsen on GoodReads that this is a 3 part series 3 Lines of Marsden, which are family desc

  4. says:

    I managed to read about 30% of this book and still didn t know who the MC or MCs were, what they were doing or why There was a group of people hiding from something, no one knew from what, and trying to survive outside society There was no plot to speak of and the story was going nowhere And on top of that the villain was proving to be total cartoon character with long speeches about how HE knew better than his superiors and how he would totall

  5. says:

    I started this book and for a while was very confused It seems like there is so much that isn t understood It does slowly fall into place This is a first book in a much longer series so there are LOTS of unanswered questions There actually isn t much answered in this book The story is very different and interesting I ve become very curious as to what will happen to the MC s in the following books I ll be looking forward to the next in the series.

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    This story had great potential, but there was quite a lot that I didn t like about it For one, it was written in a quite confusing way The pov changes so often and without a clear distinction of another character s narration taking over which made me have to stop every time to figure out who it was The writing style was a bit underdeveloped There was a lot of repetition, for example all characters keep wondering why something or someone was like that, which made the w

  8. says:

    4.5 KissesI ve read a couple of book by Ms Nielsen and I ve liked every one of them She really seems to get into the heart and soul of her characters and in Rules are Meant to be Broken, she created an inventive and unique spin on a well used vampire inspired romance.This book will be difficult for me to review because I don t want to spoil it I also want to point out that this is the first book in a long series of books Ms Nielsen plans on writing After I read it, I checked

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    Written for Gayrotic Reviews Read for the M M Romance Group s Book Bingo.This is going to be hard to review I liked almost everything about this book, but there was one thing that kept niggling at me throughout I ll get to that later This is a very long series 18 books in three parts first part is 6 books , so a lot of questions are still blaring at the end of the book, but I thought it ended in a good place The author is Australian, so this is not US English, but I had no trouble re

  10. says:

    Christian felt so confused I don t understand You and me both and me both The first half of this book lacked focus I kept thinking there is a storyline in there somewhere but for the life of me I could not find it Even the characters were confused no one seemed to know what was going on The secretive yet ever present but strangely incompetent villain, added further confusion to the story Then there were the multiple POVs which I normally really appreciate but he Christian felt

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