I found Break Your Heart to be a sweet New Adult read dealing with an African American heroine and a Asian American hero. The story line was right on point all the way from the beginning of the read to the end. This is the story of Megan [student]and Nick[professor] who become involved.
The characters were all well developed, defined, well portrayed and believable which helps to keep this read right on chart. It was very interesting to see how this student was going to handle all that was put in front of her, and even more so with that professor. The author even worked other problems into this story that will keep the reader turning the pages to see what will happen next. So, from an infatuation with a professor to life with family [mom issues] we are given a story with some secrets that will come out. Will this heroine be able to handle it all? Will Megan be able to 'silence the noise’ around her and listen to what her heart is telling her? And OMG, hero Nick was simply off the chart and I loved that Terminal Tower scene. This is where I will say - you will have to pick up this book to find out - will Megan and Nick be able to make it and get what they want in the end.
Fearless and flirtatious, Megan Porter isn't your typical math major. On the fast track to graduating with honors, a spot in her school's masters program is nearly guaranteed. But her senior year is quickly turned upside-down by her new thesis advisor, cryptography professor Dr. Nick Muramoto. Young, effortlessly good-looking, and intellectual, he's far more intriguing than the immature jocks Megan usually goes for. And as she decodes the hidden messages he leaves in the margins of her assignments and in their emails, she realizes this might be more than a schoolgirl crush--especially after they share a passionate kiss...
Soon Nick and Megan grow closer, and their different worlds begin to merge. But if their relationship is discovered, Nick's career could be over. With Megan's parents close to campus on business, hiding their love becomes an even greater challenge. Yet keeping secrets will lead Megan to discover hers is just one piece in a much larger puzzle--next to her mother's stash of painkillers--that may put her carefully laid plans for the future in jeopardy.