Review Broken Compass by Jo Raven, New York Times & USA Today Bestselling Author, #1 Best Sellerin Bisexual Romance

What if you were in love not just with one, not just with two, but with three handsome guys?
And what if they wanted you back?

There are three of them. Three boys.
We’re friends. Neighbors. Our lives are linked through disaster, fear, and pain.
I love them all. Not sure I can live without them. Can we just stay friends?
Can we ignore the desire flaring when we’re around each other?
Can I kiss one and not the other?
I can’t choose.
Don’t want to choose.
And I’m not sure they can, either.
This story will either end up in heartache,
or as any story should: in a happy ending.

Love is not a road. It’s a country. A sprawling galaxy.
Love has no compass. No rules. No limits.
Love is a universe. Lose yourself in it.


Broken Compass by [Raven, Jo]




Editorial Reviews


What readers are saying:

“This is honestly the best book I have read this year thus far! ”

“So after reading Broken Compass I wasn’t just in a book hangover, I was in a book coma.”

“A few things you can guarantee with Jo Raven book’s are love, sexy times and ton of angst! woohoo this book is full of it!!”

“Nate, West, Kash and Sydney grabbed my heart and embedded themselves inside. ”

“It’s very rare that I get so sucked into a book that I find myself living in that world. Well, it happened with this book.”

“Kash, West, Sydney and Nate have left me with one massive book hangover.”

Top customer reviews


Well first if I could rate this the way I want then this book would have 5* for each of the four separate stories that make up this amazing book. Because each character has their own story.

Reading this was a roller-coaster of emotions. I had to put it down once or twice just so I could recover and control how it made me feel.

Nate, West, Kash and Sydney grabbed my heart and embedded themselves inside.

Each character has their own journey which was great and the way Jo Raven entwined them, created one incredibly strong story which shows her incredible talent. There are so many talented writers in this world but I can safely say that Miss Raven is in a league of her own.

Colleen Who, E L what’s her name, Nora someone move over because Jo Raven is who everyone should be reading. This woman is incredibly talented and this story is one of the best I have read in years.

Give it a read xxxx

What happens if you fall for your neighbor? Not just one of them but all three of them. Emotions, lots and lots of them. Everyone has their secrets, and these four have them in spades. Sydney is alone, but she has her boys. They are her best friends, they are her protectors, and she has feelings for them all. But she can’t choose just one, you can’t have one without the other. They all complete each other, they all need each other, they are family. Told by all four point of views, you get to really feel the emotions. You will feel their pain, you will feel their attraction, you know the strength they find in each other, and you will be there every step of the way of their struggle to find their happily ever after. This book has trigger warnings of abuse, both verbal and physical, and abandonment. With nods to Damage Control, Candy Boys, and Bad Wolf mixed in, this book is a must read to add to your collection. Would I recommend this book? Yes. Would I read this book again? Yes.
Lainey DS
You experience So many emotions during this read, HEARTBREAK, LOVE, LUST, FRIENDSHIP, ANGST.
I don’t even know how to fully describe everything I felt other than to say this book made you FEEL!There are 4 main characters in this book have all
Experienced betrayal, heartbreak or rejection by someone they loved and someone that was meant to be be there for them, loving them, looking after them but instead they find themselves depending on each other for that love and support and their feelings develop on a much deeper level.
Nate, West, Sydney (Red as Kash calls her) and Kash have found a connection that was formed by friendship, secretly they wanted more but never voiced it until they found the courage.
West stole the show for me in this book, his strength to stay and look after his miserable Grandfather and Sister when he could have left them
For dead amazed me. We were thrown an absolute curve ball I didn’t see coming half way through the story and my heart shattered for him. West also cracked me up with his smart witty remarks at times. His love and devotion to Nate and Syd and even Kash was unwavering and that was what was holding him together and stopping him from
Completely breaking ( or dissolving from all that bleach)…
Sydney was the glue that held them all together. He ability to love each one completely and equally without feeling the need to choose one only. She was a strong person who didn’t want to follow in her mums’ footsteps and declared her heart was big enough to love each one (Nate, West and Kash) completely.
This book touched me on so many levels and has become one of my Top reads of 2018!

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