A Story of Love, Betrayal, and a Struggle to Keep New-found Happiness October 11, 2013. Ladera Ranch, California: Brenda Perlin is back with Home Wrecker II: The Brooklyn Chronicles, published by Master Koda Select Publishing. This Contemporary Romance is set to continue the story of Home Wrecker I: Home Wrecker Chronicles in September of 2013. The reader will experience an emotional roller-coaster ride as the writer divulges the sad and dark times of Brooklyn, all the while provoking deep thought while re-living her memories through the reading experience. Home Wrecker: The Brooklyn Chronicles provides a look into the heart and mind of a woman who cheated on her marriage and the reasons why it happened. It is honest. It is real. It is the story of what made Brooklyn the woman she is today, the decisions made that put her on the path she walks today, and it does it with an openness and honesty not found in many such stories. The book is well written and grabbed me from the beginning and held my attention until the very end.” – Crystal Schall, The Book Rack
Home Wrecker II: The Brooklyn Chronicles puts the reader on a journey through the eyes of the main character, Brooklyn Rosen. Her story, at times, is excruciatingly honest and evokes one’s own self-reflection throughout the reading experience. However, through the devastation and tribulations, the reader will also gain an insight to the inspiring strength of the heroine as she struggles toward personal happiness.
Brooklyn Rosen had high moral principles and was raised properly. Married for over fifteen years, those standards went out the window along with her fidelity when she met Bo. After becoming a self-proclaimed “Home Wrecker” Brooklyn left behind her marital home, along with the damage caused by her emotional wrecking ball. But the whispered remarks followed. In “Home Wrecker: The Brooklyn Chronicles” we learn what shaped Brooklyn, the trials of an unhappy marriage and a deep abiding love that would not be denied. We meet a troubled, spiteful wife, who does not want to become an “ex”. Will Brooklyn and Bo survive, or will all be lost to a bitter woman?
I was, as I called it “very married” and I was committed to have things stay that way. Even though my marriage was far from perfect, I was used to what it lacked. I went with it because it was predictable. I never saw myself doing anything as bold and outright crazy as finding a lover and starting such a great big firestorm, as I did. I was not one to live on the wild side and I hated change above all.
If you haven’t read Home Wrecker I it is a great time to pick up a copy!!! http://amzn.com/B00CKBWWIU
“Brooklyn and Bo, each unhappily married to others, must decide whether to stay with their spouses or give up everything for their love.”
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By the way…I’m so gonna be at the Home Wrecker 2 release party!!!
Read what I have to say about these awesome books:
Home Wrecker 1
Sometimes life doesn’t go as we planned. Sometimes the decisions we make carry on way longer than we thought, impacting strongly on the lives of others even if we didn’t mean them to do so. Crap happens and sometimes we can’t do much about it but just follow the flow and hope something good and beautiful will eventually come out of it.
When Brooklyn met Bo she suddenly became `the other woman’. She became the object of someone’s hate. Someone that she never thought she would be. A home wrecker.
Brooklyn begins a painful journey but with her love and determination she can cross whatever objects life throws on her way, finding out what she really wants from life and what kind of person she wants to be.
A touching story that pulls you in from the minute you open the book! I read it on one go and can’t wait for the sequel. Excellent read!
Home Wrecker 2
I loved Home Wrecker 1 so I was pretty sure I would love Home Wrecker 2, too, but it totally surprised me as it wasn’t just great it was brilliant! The honesty and the raw emotions just blew me away. Sure, beginning a new life and settling down with the love of your life while his crazy ex is haunting your relationship, not to mention attacking your personal space is tough but the way Brenda Perlin is telling about it takes it to a whole new level. The story is very hooking from the start and it crawls with strong, interesting characters such as Ruth, Bo’s ex-wife, who is quite unstable (and that’s an understatement). I know I should be more compassionate with her but she really sounds like a nasty person that probably would get diagnosed in a blink. Gerard, Brooklyn’s ex…good old Gerard who is probably a really good and loyal friend but so boring even Brooklyn felt she was being married with her dad. And then Brooklyn, I really felt for her and just wanted to hug her. I think she was being incredibly brave and yet her vulnerability won me over. She might be a home wrecker but can one really break a marriage if the couple is happily married?
Home Wrecker 2 is a must read! Not only cause the author skillfully describes Brooklyn’s life dropping great life lessons in every turn (the reader only has to pick them up and store them in their hearts) but also because sometimes life is not black and white. It does not necessarily always go as planned and also because I strongly believe that every story has two sides. Maybe after reading Brooklyn and Bo’s story you can see the world a bit more open-mindedly. Maybe the man next door who left his wife and three children had a reason to do so or maybe ‘the second’ woman is not the bad guy in the story. Just saying…