Breaking Braydon

M.K. Harkins
Breaking Braydon
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Release Date
January 2015
Contemporary Romance

Playboy billionaire Braydon Decker changes women more often than designer ties. Scarred and humiliated as a teenager, he pledged long ago to never trust a beautiful woman again. But then he never imagined meeting one quite like Jain Parker.

Jain, a dedicated medical research scientist, learned early in college that her good looks were a hindrance and she'd have to tone down her beauty to be taken seriously, thus, Plain Jain was born, and men were no longer an issue. Of course, she didn't count on running into Braydon Decker.

A successful venture capitalist, Braydon holds the key to whether Jain's research company sinks or swims. When the two are forced to work together on a fundraising campaign, they're instantly drawn to one another, despite their individual vows to remain unattached. As they navigate unchartered waters, their inability to trust wages war with their desire to love.

Hearts are broken and trust is shattered when betrayal and lies are revealed. Will the truth bring them healing and forgiveness, or will it be too late?

Book Review by Breann (reviewer)
Feb 17, 2015   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
118 people found the following review helpful
Nobody has been able to snag themselves one of the most eligible of bachelors... except for Jain, who wasn't even looking.

Jain is a medical research scientist and she wants to be taken seriously in her field. She's learned the hard way that with her looks, most people don't take her seriously. She has a 'disguise' where she tries makes herself look more plain.

Braydon is a total player and has huge issues with commitment. He never spends more than six hours with the same woman. Sounds like a real winner, right? He's determined to stay on this path until he meets Jain. It's almost love at first sight and he knows that he's going to be different with her.

As they start working together, they form a friendship and start to get to know each other. They feel the obvious attraction, but they both bide their time until it's right.

The beginning of their romantic relationship was really sweet. There was some great chemistry and I was really starting to like Braydon. Until I didn't. He totally jumped to conclusions and was horrible to Jain. And not only once! He did end up making some grand gestures to fall back into my good graces and I'm glad he gave Jain all she deserved.

I'm having a hard time rating this. BREAKING BRAYDON was cute, sweet and often humorous. But it was also very predictable and cheesy. Towards the end, I found myself rolling my eyes more often than smiling.

BREAKING BRAYDON was an enjoyable romance, filled with great secondary characters. Characters I'm definitely intrigued by, so I'd be sure to pick up the next book if this becomes a series.
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