Review for Breaking Faith (The Jackholes #1) by Joy Eileen
Faith made the mistake of giving her heart to someone who didn’t deserve her. After making the decision to leave, she sought refuge at a bar full of misfits. They accepted Faith without question, and now they protect her as if she's family.
While putting the pieces of her life back together, she fights to keep her broken heart from falling for the moody lead singer of the JackholeS.
A man named Kill.
Killian has his own demons to battle, yet Faith brings out his protective side: a side he thought he’d buried long ago.
Can Faith and Kill trust each other long enough to leave their pasts behind and find love? Or is the past too overpowering to allow anyone a chance at happiness?
Rock'n'Roll Romance with a twist.
**18+ for sexual situations, language, and adult content.**
Joy Eileen's "Breaking Faith" is the first tale in The Jacholes series. Faith has finally had enough of her abusive relationship and has packed up and left her fiancee. She runs to her friends who are waiting at the bar for her to show up and hang out. They have no idea what she's been going through. When the ex shows up, all of her friends and the group of men sitting behind her gang up on her ex and serve him with a restraining order. He doesn't like it, but he leaves. The lead singer Kill, texts the bar owner and gets her a job and him and the band take her in. Follow Faith as she heals from her wounds, and Kill and the band heal her heart. Can Faith keep fighting what she feels for one member of the band, or will she give into her feelings? Find out this and much more in book one of this awesome series! I can't wait for more!!!
5 out of 5 stars
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Joy Eileen is a born bibliophile who becomes deeply engaged with her characters, and has devoured more books than she would like to admit. She becomes obsessed with happily-ever-afters, and will read any genre that fulfills that requirement. Evading the library is something she has been known to do, because after befriending the characters returning them would be a heartbreaking event. Books are held hostage on her bookshelf, and any author that makes her ugly cry becomes her sworn enemy. Nicholas Sparks is one of the many on the list of villains.
As a massage therapist, most of Joy's stories come to her while working. With the sound of classical music, and snoring from a half covered hostage, characters are created. The victim (massage patient) has no idea that while their body is being manipulated, Joy has traveled into distant lands creating landscapes and inhabitants as she goes. Her patients should be wary as sometimes they are pulled into her stories and turned into characters. Hero or Foe? Well, that depends on how they tip.