Monday, July 21, 2014

Review: The Beats in Rift by Ker Dukey


I was invisible, until they saw me...

When circumstance forced me and the Jacob twins to spend two weeks of the summer together, the bond we formed would impact us all, altering our lives.
Fate, entwining us forever.
They became my best friends, my family, my first love.
With their love came their father’s hate!
Love is powerful but also painful and destructive when it’s torn between three people. When my mother’s reputation and their father’s vile actions damage that love, that friendship, it changes the dynamics of our trio setting me on a path of love, loss and impossible decisions.

Jared the beautiful rogue, who pushed her limits, opened her eyes and owned her heart. Their love was powerful, everlasting… until he abandoned her. Justin, loyal and true, picked her up when she was left fragmented. He made a place for himself in her heart and would fight to keep it.
When both twins come in and out of Meadows life, leaving damage and hurt in their wake, will she ever choose one or the other, or leave them both without the beats in their heart?…


After reading The Beats in Rift, I'm convinced that Ker Dukey has the Midas touch when it comes to writing.  She has once again delivered a story full of emotion that will keep you turning the pages.  The bond between Meadow and Jared and Justin Jacob is a powerful one, but it is at times heartbreaking. The dynamic push and pull between these three takes you on a ride you won't forget.

Meadow is a caught in the fray, but her love for the brothers remains true. While the love for each is strong, outside influences threaten it over the years. Will they be able to recover from it and get back to where they started? Well, you'll just have to read to find out.

Dukey is great at giving you characters you instantly fall in love with. Meadow, Jared, and Justin are well developed characters that you want to know more about. The dynamic in this love triangle is unique and makes The Beats in Rift a standout. You can't go wrong with this book. The Beats in Rift is one book you'll want to 1-click right away.

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