Novel Culture Podcast Quick Review: Broke Down By Sharan Daire

Presenting Novel Culture Podcast's Quick Review: Broke Down by Sharan Daire. Reviewed by Desiree Rose with Novel Culture Podcast.

Hey, I am Desiree, and This is Novel Culture Podcast’s Quick Review. Today I will be reviewing Broke Down by Sharan Daire. Broke Down is a contemporary reverse harem romance novel featuring four sexy Alpha men and a single mother down on her luck. This story follows a 29-year-old woman named Shelby, who is a single mother of two, who has hit rock bottom. She is driving to her grandmother's house, a woman she hasn't seen in years because she has nowhere else to go. The book opens with her car breaking down on the side of the road in the middle of nowhere, with no cell reception and no money for food, let alone to fix the car. When the sheriff pulls up and offers her help in the form of free labor from his mechanic brother and a free place to stay for the night, she is in no place to refuse the generosity of strangers. The rest of the book is a whirlwind of generosity, fairytale-like insta-love, and Shelby struggling to accept the kindness that is right in front of her. If you love insta-love contemporary romance stories, with no outside conflict and bit of steam this is the book for you. Also recommended for adults who love Disney princess movies, this book has a definite modern-day fairy tale feel to it that just made me feel good reading it.

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