The Vows We Break is book two in Briana Cole’s Unconditional series. Ms. Cole is still approaching familial and romantic relationships from a fresh viewpoint and does not disappoint in this continuation of her urban romance series.
Kimera Davis is still up to her old tricks, lying and deceiving, in order to make a fast dollar. Her manipulations are putting a strain on all her relationships. Her games are proving to have serious, dangerous consequences.
Cole continues to test the bonds of love and family in this second novel of her Unconditional series. Once again presenting the dual sides of human nature and giving plenty of drama with unexpected plot twists. I give The Vows We Break 4 out of 5 stars. I almost dropped my rating to 3 stars because I don’t like the main character. She’s well-developed and her story is well-written. She’s just not likeable. It’s a sure sign of literary excellence when the characters can extract real emotions from the reader, good or bad. The ending leaves you wanting more and is a perfect lead-in to book three in the series, The Hearts We Burn, which I will definitely be reading.
My thanks to Kensington Books and NetGalley for the opportunity to read an advance copy of this book. However the opinions expressed in this review are 100% mine and alone.
Publication Date: July 30, 2019
2 thoughts on “The Vows We Break by Briana Cole”
Sounds like a very interesting read, even though this is a fictional book we know that because of it’s ties to slavery Savannah has a rich history of interracial relationships.
my previous review does not apply to the vows we break, the review was intended for I Do love you Sill by Mary B, Morrison.