max. 2.5 starsThis book wasn’t very memorable for me. It’s been a few weeks since I’ve read it and now I have a hard time even coming up with something to say. The writing was standard, not bad, but by far not the best I’ve read. The same goes for the characters: standard main characters with a tragic past and funny but standard background characters. Can you see the trend there?I didn’t find any uniqueness in this book and while that didn’t make it exactly boring, it didn’t make me love this book either. Plot and characters were just like many other I’ve read about and that’s probably why this is so hard to review: there’s just nothing about this book that stood out to me. I’ve read it quite fast but I could’ve done without it as well, so that leaves me with a pretty indifferent feeling.Broken Hart certainly had potential but like I said above, it lacked something that made it unique, something that would set this book apart from twenty other books just like this one. Maybe others found that “something” in Broken Hart, even if I didn’t. As I have the second book on my reader, I’ll read that one as well, but hadn’t I already bought it before I read this one, I wouldn’t have bothered. I just hope that things will improve.