Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Break in Two

I received this as an e-book from in exchange for an honest review.
This book was released November 5, 2013. Visit for other reviews on this book.

Thirty-one year old Claire Hatley is running from Seattle having just discovered that her live-in boyfriend has traded her in for a twenty-two year old hostess. Devastated and alone Claire must make a fresh start. She answers an ad for a chef at a guest ranch just outside Colorado Springs and finds herself face to face with Cole Mitchell, quite possibly the sexiest man to ever ride a horse. Common sense tells them to stay away from each other, but their attraction is not to be denied. He gives her a glimpse of what love should be, but just as she starts to trust him, the past comes back to tear them apart.

Join Claire and Cole as they embark on the stormy love affair of a lifetime.

This book was a quick and flirty read. It was a great stand alone book and that makes it great because if I want to read the other books in the Full Hearts series it won't be a problem. The characters kind of merge into the other books but the book is stand alone. I loved the characters and I was so giddy reading about Claire and Cole's chemistry. Their love story is very steamy and overall a great read. 

Cole's family owns a ranch and Claire ends up responding to an ad about a chef position. She ends up getting it and who is her boss? Well it's the sexy cowboy that runs the farm. He's hot and super hunky. She is totally into him and she knows it is wrong of her to get involved with her boss. Just like her boss knows it is not right to get involved with an employee.

This book is very different from other books I've read. It doesn't have an excessive amount of sex scenes which is awesome. I'm not a fan of authors overdoing it. MJ Summers did the perfect combination of story and romantic scenes. When the horrible past come back to bite them in the butt, the couple must go through hell and back for each other to possibly have a chance together. These characters are written perfectly in the way that they are imperfect. Happy reading!

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