DNF at Page 110.Ugh, I tried, but I've more than reached my limit now. Where to start? I already wasn't all that happy with the first book but thanks to not being able to leave a book of a series on my reader, I still started the second book. I'm not sure where all the high ratings come from, as I disagree to 100%. It's a case of: "Did we read the same book?"Let's start with the dual POVs: Damien and Brooke tell the story in mostly alternating chapters, which would be quite alright if one POV wouldn't simply repeat every goddamn action that the other POV already covered. That combined with some recounting of events from the first book, had me reading almost every event twice - ergo half the book would have been enough, it almost felt like the author was just trying to painstakingly fill more pages with events we already read about nonetheless (and that's about 40-50% of the book).Oh, one more thing, if I write a series and book 1 and 2 play out in the same timeline, then I should make sure that everything lines up. Please correct me if I'm wrong but in book 1 there was no mention of a trip to Vegas with all of them, was there? That shouldn't happen.I'm no friend of love at first sight, soul mates or anything else in that direction. It sometimes works in books but in "Shattered Hart" it was just another detail that set me off.Spoiler Alert:So with a lot bitching and moaning I actually reached Page 110 and I just can not go on from here on out. That scene between Damien and Brooke where Damien manages to "keep brooke's vriginity intact while sliding in and out of her until the barrier stops him" is utter bullshit. It's.not.fucking.possible. It's not so hard to open up google and at least check where a hymen is located before I write such a scene, is it? It may be a small detail but it just was one thing too much. And it hopefully teaches me that I shouldn't buy the second book of a series before I read the first one.