Friday, February 27, 2015

Review of "Breaking Braydon" By: M.K. Harkins

"Breaking Braydon" By: M.K. Harkins
Rating: ☆☆☆☆

Braydon is your typical playboy billionaire but he recognises that his behaviour needs to change.  No woman lasts long with him and he has lost count of the number of women he has had.

Jain is a beautiful woman on the inside as well as the outside but it is the outward beauty that has hindered her career as a scientist, with people believing brains and beauty combined are not possible.  She hides behind her plain Jain disguise to protect herself from unwanted attention.

When Braydon first meets Jain, he is blown away by her and finds himself lost for words.  It is Jain in her plain Jain disguise that he is drawn to and for the first time sees a future with one woman.  Jain slowly breaks down Braydon's walls.  Jain has her own walls built up as she has dedicated her life to science after the loss of her mother to a ALS.  Braydon, though, gets under her skin and quickly brings down those walls and we start to see a more confident Jain.

True love though never runs smoothly, especially when a rich heiress wants what Jain has and will stop at nothing to get what she wants.

Both these characters have been wanted for the superficial things: beauty and money.  All they want is for someone to see them as a person.  This was a great story of inner beauty shining through and a playboy wanting to settle down.  It was romantic with sweet and sad moments; happiness and heartbreak; tears and laughter.  

 on behalf of Book Worms

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