13 August 2014

Break the Sky Review

Break the Sky
by Nina Lane

Contemporary Romance 18 + 
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A sizzling hot, new SPIRAL OF BLISS spin-off novel from New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Nina Lane

"Do you ever let go, storm girl?" he asked. “Ever lose control? Ever surrender?”
“Never,” I whispered. “I never surrender.”
A smile of both promise and warning curved his beautiful mouth.
“You will.”

Atmospheric scientist Kelsey March is under siege. Her tornado research project is on the skids and she’s fighting conflict in her university department. So when irresistible bad boy Archer West suggests a hot, wild fling while he’s in town, Kelsey is unable to resist his sexy offer.

Kelsey and Archer embark on a intense, exhilarating affair. But soon their differences and private battles encroach on their desire, and Kelsey discovers she is caught in a storm she can’t control... 

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I received a copy in exchange for an honest review!

What I say: Break the Sky is a spin-off book from Nina Lane’s Spiral of Bliss. This time the focus is on Kelsey (Dean's friend) and his brother Archer. 

My favourite part of Break the Sky was Archer! On the surface he's a screwed up bad boy, with a past and no direction, but he's actually so much more. It was both sweet and sad seeing his lack of self-worth and watching him trying to prove himself. He's strong, fierce and possessive. All of which are both good and bad for Kelsey. I'm never entirely sure how I feel about all out alpha-male types because sometimes they work and sometimes they don't. With Archer I liked his protective and demanding alpha tendencies because they were a fun mix of hot and sweet. Armed with sexy tattoos, a beautiful face and body, Archer is also really sweet (in a dirty talking kinda way) to Kelsey and he does nothing but support her (I wasn't always entirely sure she deserved it). 

Kelsey is the total opposite to Archer (on paper at least) and in theory she's the character who has it all together, except she doesn't. I wasn't always convinced about Kelsey because I didn't always like how she treated Archer but I could understand her doubts, which actually seemed to be more about her than him.

Both Kelsey and Archer have been through a lot and do so again throughout Break the Sky and it was interesting to see them tackle their problems in different ways. 

Break the Sky has some hot scenes and naughty language which is most definitely not for kids. If you like your characters complicated, demanding, sexy and fun, then you should find Break the Sky intriguing!

3.5 Stars in my Sky!


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