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Reviewed by Divine Zape for Readers' Favorite
Fractured by Leah Haley Morrison is the kind of fiction that women will love, a story with a strong message for abused women. Rose has known all forms of abuses as she grew up, especially from her mother. But then she marries a man who turns out to be psychotic, a delusional man who believes she is behind everything evil happening to him. John Lynch blames Rose for the loss of their baby and believes she coerced him into the marriage so she could make his life miserable. So, the only way to get his life back would be to eliminate her. When Rose decides to run away from John, it is with the resolve to never trust any man. But she runs straight into Cole McKinnon, an attractive and irresistible man with his own problems, but who opens a place in his heart for Rose and they start a beautiful relationship. Then something happens: John comes looking for them. And this time Rose knows she has to stand up for herself or lose everything.
Leah Haley Morrison has created a book that vividly explores the emotions of hurt and betrayal, a story that masterfully deals with the theme of abuse and what it can do to a woman’s life. I enjoy stories where women, ordinary women, take the lead to fight for their dignity and freedom, and I loved this aspect in the protagonist, Rose. The characters in the story are well imagined and they come across to the reader as compelling and interesting. The writing in Fractured is polished, enticing, and captivating and the plot moves fairly fast. What got me absorbed was the emotional depth of the story and the strong conflict that moves the plot. This is a great read with a powerful message.