Breaking Brandon by Elizabeth Reyes…. Read-A-Long


What happened in chapters 23 – the epilogue?:

Brandon is destroyed by their fight – he’s angry and upset. He can’t believe that Regina would just take sides like that, so easily thinking the worst of him. He shuts down again and dumps her through a text.

Regina calls Sofia demanding answers – what happened once and for all. Sofia is clear that Brandon never took advantage of her and that their one kiss was completely consensual. She tells her that she knew Brandon never actually loved her because they didn’t have that connection.

Regina is on her way to see Brandon when she learns her father is back in the hospital, and isn’t going to make it. She stays strong for her family, but when she’s alone, she goes back to her dark place and loses control – she goes in search of her gun.

After getting a call from Regina’s family who tells him about her father’s passing, Brandon goes to find her. She’s locked herself in the bathroom and when the gun accidentally goes off, Brandon is sure he’s going to find her laying in a pool of her own blood.

After the incident, Regina and Brandon decide to go to therapy to deal with their problems. The epilogue gives a glimpse at their future.

Favourite Quote:

Why!” she screamed, agonized. It was a question that just poured out. She didn’t even know what exactly she was asking, or maybe she did. Why was she so weak? Why the fuck couldn’t she deal with pain like normal people?

Discussion Questions:

  • Do you prefer epilogues where you get a glimpse of the future of characters?

BreakingBrandonAbout BREAKING BRANDON

He ruled out attachments years ago. Then one day he crosses paths with a beautiful but pampered daddy’s little princess. History has taught him one thing about women like her—steer clear.

She was starting over. She moved back to her home town, took a new job assignment, and left her past behind. For the first time in over eighteen months, she’s even intrigued by a man—a sexy but cold and indifferent drill sergeant. Despite feeling drawn to him, she has no time to figure out his inexplicable aversion to her.

Then Fate steps in one night, forcing them together. There’s a connection neither can refute, and they both consider giving into the undeniable attraction.

Fate however can also be cruel. Just when they surrender to their heart’s desires, past demons resurface in the most unexpected way, threatening the happiness neither realized they so desperately needed.

New Adult Contemporary – *Mature Content* Recommended for ages 17+ due to sexual situations and language.

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About Elizabeth Reyes

Award winning, USA Today Bestselling Author, Elizabeth Reyes continues to answer her calling on a daily basis. Since releasing her debut novel FOREVER MINE (MORENO BROTHERS #1) in 2010 she has since published seven more in that series, FOREVER YOURS, SWEET SOFIE, WHEN YOU WERE MINE, ALWAYS BEEN MINE, ROMERO, MAKING YOU MINE, and TANGLED with more stories about the Moreno family and their friends to come. She’s also published a second series, 5th Street which includes, NOAH, GIO, HECTOR, ABEL. FELIX. Her Moreno Brother’s spinoff series FATE includes FATE, BREAKING BRANDON, SUSPICIOUS MINDS and AGAIN (Sydney’s story). Her debut traditionally published title is DESERT HEAT and her latest release is her first ever three part romance serial DEFINING LOVE.

When she’s not writing (which is rare) she spends as much time as she can with her husband of almost twenty-one years, two young adult children, her Great Dane, Dexter and big fat lazy cat named Tyson.

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  1. Marcy Meyer says:

    I love epilogues. I like to see a glimpse into the future to see what’s happening after the HEA.

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