Well, what can I say? This one broke me.
On the verge of tears at certain points, only to have that chased away by excitement bubbling in my throat and a squeal threatening to break free of my control.
The author took me on a journey I never expected. While most romance novels have the usual plot points, this one will surprise you.
I started reading this book, not expecting anything spectacular. Just a run of the mill romance novel. I don't think I've ever been more surprised by what I found. I love the way the author captured the emotions of the characters and laid their hearts bare to the readers.
Break Me is bound to shine in the romance genre, with a new take on love and relationships.
Abigail Stevens, an efficient and no-nonsense editor for one of the biggest names in the romance novel industry, has a big problem. She's been desperately in love with Anthony Tate, Mr. Romance-Writer himself, for the last four years. She's settled for friendship and professional success for the last four years, but now the sexy writer needs something more from her and she can't find a reason to refuse.
Tony Tate has built a career centered on his identity as America's most romantic writer. That identity does not include a debauched temper tantrum in the aftermath of his very public break-up with his on-again, off-again girlfriend. Tony has known that Abby has had the hots for him since the moment they met, but when his Plain Jane best friend and controlling editor ends up being his only option to exorcise his demons and pent-up sexual frustration, he can't wait to break her prim and proper shell.
As Tony and Abby push each other farther than they've ever gone before, the question becomes, who will break whom?