Friday, November 16, 2012
Review: Breaking Brodix
Author: Anne Rainey
Genre: Contemporary romance
Heat Level: Hot
Review Rating: 5 LIGHTNING BOLTS
Blurb: She wants to get all up in his business? She’ll have to get real personal.
Blackwater, Book 3
Brodix Jennings has a head for business, but his skills are put to the test when his brothers call on him to bring the family restaurant back into the black. With the grand reopening only days away, it’ll damn near take a miracle to keep the doors from closing for good.
Reporter Sarah Greer knows exactly what Brodix needs—free publicity on the front page of the town’s only newspaper. All she wants in exchange is the Jennings brothers’ rags-to-riches story. Except none of them are talking. And Brodix, who cuts a blazing path through her body with just a smile, is the most tight-lipped of the lot.
Brodix wouldn’t think twice about seducing prissy, buttoned-up Sarah into his bed, if her lousy profession didn’t leave him cold to the bone. A second look at the bar’s books, though, makes him think twice about saying no. But if he’s going to open the floodgates, it’ll be on his terms.
When Brodix asks her out, Sarah agrees, confident she can keep personal at arm’s length from professional. Until physical attraction melts their emotional barriers…and Sarah gets way more than she bargained for.
Review: Brodix Jennings is taken back when a sexy reporter shows up wanting to write a story on him and his brothers crushing childhood. No way was he going to dredge up those painful memories to help her make front page news.
Sarah Greer is trying to salvage her career after a story went south on her and left her floundering as a reporter. Now she has been demoted and humiliated. But when she hears about the Jennings' story she knows they could be her saving grace.
Brodix finds himself torn between the woman he is quickly falling in love with and his brothers that he has been through so much with. But Sarah understands and tries to pave the way and help them understand she would never do anything to hurt any of them. The problem is his twin brothers have a problem with reporters and they have good reason too.
Brodix and Sarah are my favorite story in this series. There was just something magnetic about their romance. I found myself swept away and delighted with the way the story unfolds. Their love for one another was so strong I didn't want the book to end. I look forward to reading the next book in this series. Can't wait to get the twins' stories.
This was a heartfelt tale about ordianry people that found something extraordinary in each other. I would recommend this story to anyone that loves a romance about people finding love when they weren't even looking.
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