Rated 4.60/5 based on 5 reviews
Hollywood leading man Tyler Benson has finally found the perfect mate.

Smart, passionate, funny, sexy as hell, and with a kiss that sets off more fireworks than the paparazzi on the red carpet, Chelsea Morgan is everything Ty's always wanted.

But it's hard to find a classic Hollywood ending for an ill-timed romance when the role of "spouse" has already been filled...
by Chelsea's husband. More
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About Christina Brunkhorst

Avid reader & writer. Enjoys authors Julie Harrington, Kresley Cole, Thea Harrison, Carl Hiaasen, and others.

Love stories (books) that let me escape reality for their duration. *G* Especially enjoy those with dark humor. LOL...

Interested in tarot, astrology, numerology, dreams, and tattoos.

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Reviews of Torn by Christina Brunkhorst

Victoria Elise reviewed on April 15, 2012

I totally fell in love with the charactors.. BUT, I do feel that Jake is well deserving of his own story. I had hoped to read a sequel about his personal travel down love lane.... that was my only disappointment.
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sheila reviewed on April 12, 2012

Ladies this book was off the chain. I was like reading what can happen to us in real life. The only thing u have do is be in the right place at the right time. I had an hard time putting the book down.. enjoy
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Chris Adonn reviewed on Dec. 27, 2011

I thoroughly enjoyed this book. In fact I read almost non-stop from start to finish.
Not an average romance novel by a long shot! The emotional elements were complicated and sometimes downright messy, but so well communicated that they provoked thought, rather than exasperation. There was a bit of everything in this read; form bittersweet nostalgia to steamy passion to harsh confrontation and betrayal to a smart and satisfying conclusion.

The writing was well above average.
The characters, satisfactorily developed.
The humour, delightful.
The sex scenes, riveting.
The romance and overall story, captivating.

I’m giving it five stars. In my opinion, a well deserved five stars.
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Julie Harrington reviewed on Dec. 21, 2011

Torn is the ultimate What If? scenario. What if you found your soul mate in the most unexpected of places... and they were already married?

Torn takes you from remote Montana to Hollywood. From snowy hills to the bright red carpet. It's a clash not only of cultures (as Hollywood invades Montana) but of racism, ethics, morals and beliefs, and it challenges the readers to think about soul mates, love, marriage, and where faith and fate fit in.

Hollywood Hottie Tyler Benson meets Chelsea Morgan on the set of his next big blockbuster in Montana. It's there they discover -- while posing as onscreen husband and wife -- that fiction and reality are blurring. It's just too bad they're married in real life to OTHER people.

It's a complicated story because Chelsea's life is comfortable with a caring husband and children, but for Chelsea, it's obvious something's missing. A shadow hangs over the story you can't quit put your finger on. And when the big secret is revealed? It's clear the author is an evil genius.

Tyler, however, isn't quite so happy in his real life marriage. His wife is a shrew. They're pretty much home-less, childless, and miserable. So the more time he spends with Chelsea and her family, the more Ty sees what his life could be.

By the end of the book things are super complicated. As a reader, I was torn about which characters I liked, didn't like, was rooting for and wasn't... but that's the way life is. It's messy, it's complicated and until you know all the secrets and all the truths, you're not sure how to feel about things.

What I really liked about this book is that nobody in it is all "bad" or all "good," which makes the read more intriguing. I didn't think at first that this story would be my "thing" as the idea of adultery and affairs, etc., is not an easy subject to broach, but its tackled well here (not to mention with some steamy love scenes). But the main reason I gave this story its 4 star rating is because Torn makes you read on and it makes you want to finish because you *have* to know how it ends.

Torn is going to be a book one of those books where readers will each walk away with something different -- definitely different opinions on the characters, whose to blame for what, who deserved what they got and who got off lucky -- and I love books like that because it's the kind of story that gets people talking and will definitely lead to some great conversations with friends over lunch! Readers will be torn about Torn, and I can't wait to see what others think in their reviews.
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holy angel reviewed on Dec. 19, 2011

nice read
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