Take one spunky tattoo artist, a hardcore badass cowboy, and watch the sparks ignite into a firestorm when one wants to get married and the other is holding out…for sex.
One scorching kiss too many and Sommer Kincaid sets her sights on breaking Rory McLemore. She’s been in love this bad boy since high school with his infuriating rule about NO SEX before marriage. Well that horrible rule is about to go down. All the way down.
Especially after Rory gives Sommer a sizzling taste from his spank bank, and suddenly there is no stopping them from exploring each other…wherever and whenever, doing everything under the sun except actual penetration. Talk about frustrating!
From holding out, Sommer is ready to give in. On the verge of saying ‘yes’ to his marriage proposal, Sommer is threatened with covering her dad’s gambling debts. When she gets an offer she can’t refuse out in L.A. and the means to make some serious cash, she heads for the coast rather than risk involving Rory in her rapidly imploding life.
As these two hardheaded lovers are forced to the edge, their love is put to the test.
Now it’s up to Rory to stake his claim in Tinseltown and prove to Sommer, he’s the ultimate bad boy and she’s not going to end up as the girl that got away.
WARNING: Filled with badass McLemore cowboys, spunky bad girls, a few variations of hardcore rocker Romeos. Be advised~Breaking gives a new definition for hot-off-the-charts romance.
One Reviewer Notes
“The situation with the heroine’s mother was a nice view into the life of people with illnesses and what happens when they don’t take their meds. I also love how Rory’s family has his back and was there for him even when he didn’t realize he needed them. His parents are just adorable. Sommer is a tattoo artist who likes to revamp shirts. She is crazy in love with Rory and is frustrated by his no sex until they are married rule. It’s driving her crazy. Slowly but surely she convinces him to come over to the dark side. The sexual tension literally leaps off of the pages.” ~~Night Owl Review