Review: Broken Hearts (Rebecca Jenshak)

Broken Hearts
Series: Campus Nights, #3

Author: Rebecca Jenshak
Publication Date: July 13, 2021
Genre: Contemporary, Sports Romance, New Adult
Note: This review is for an ARC and is my unbiased opinion.

Rating: ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ 

Synopsis:

She’s a figure skater. He’s a hockey player. Things are about to heat up on the ice.

 

Rhett Rauthruss is single for the first time in six years. He’s fresh off a long-term, long-distance relationship and ready to make the most of what’s left of college.
Party with his boys, get to the Frozen Four with his team, and maybe play the field for a change.

Sienna Hale knows a thing or two about heartbreak. She’s a college athlete about to skate for the last time, and nothing is going to throw her off course. Not her worries about finding a job after college, not the whispers of last year’s accident on the ice, and not the cute hockey player who keeps asking her out.

 

They think they want different things, but when it heats up between them, there’s no denying they have something in common–even if it’s just for a night. 


If you’re a fan of the Campus Nights series you know just how excited I was to get Rhett Rauthruss’ story. He’s been a prominent side character in this series from the beginning and one of my favorite characters in it. Rhett’s always been a curiosity because of his dedication to his long distance girlfriend, Carrie. In the last book they broke up, and I wanted to know what truly happened between them through Rhett’s eyes. Those loose ends were tied up in Broken Hearts, but I honestly didn’t care about what happened between him and Carrie anymore once I met Sienna.

From their first bumpy meeting, I knew Rhett and Sienna’s romance was going to be fun. Rhett and Sienna didn’t exactly get off to the best start, and that made the time they took to get to know each other very entertaining. It took Sienna a little longer to figure out what I already knew: Rhett was a nice, stand up guy. Sienna was just as nice of a person as Rhett. They had a lot in common being athletes in their senior year of college. I loved how Sienna being a figure skater contrasted with Rhett being a hockey player. Their relationship felt natural with their chemistry and emotional connection. I loved how their story played out on and off the ice.

Something that made this book feel even more special was seeing some of my favorite characters from the previous books. Heath, Adam, and Mav all supported Rhett and Sienna through this book. Don’t worry — their ladies make appearances, too. It’s always so much fun to be with this gang again.

I feel like I have a lot more to say about Broken Hearts, but can’t because I don’t want to spoil it. There are some great emotional ups and downs for both Rhett and Sienna in this book. Fans of this series are going to love everything Rebecca Jenshak throws at them.

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Meet Rebecca

Rebecca is a new adult romance author, caffeine-addict, and lover of all sports. She’s a Midwest girl at heart, but currently resides in Arizona.

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7 thoughts on “Review: Broken Hearts (Rebecca Jenshak)”

  1. I agree with Tanya’s comment. I love those two and I am sure there was a lot of angst because of it. Wonderful review Deanna.

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