Thursday, March 15, 2018

Breakaway ~ A M Johnson ~ New Release and Review

Title: Breakaway
Author: A.M. Johnson
Genre: Sports Romance
 Release Date: March 15, 2018


As Tampa Bay's star center, Mark Carmelo's life was hockey, and after a bitter and public break up, all he wanted to do was focus on the game.  
Until he saw her.
The one that got away.
The one he thought he'd never see again.

For thirteen years, Stevie West drowned in her lackluster life. Recently divorced from her “roommate” with passionless benefits, she was ready to start over. On her own.
Until she ran into him.  
The same man she'd met one year ago.
The temptation that had finally given her the courage to find herself again.  

When lightning strikes twice, there’s no way to deny the chemistry it creates.
But with both of them still nursing old wounds, Mark and Stevie will have to find a way around the other's defenses, a way to breakaway and score the one thing they never expected… love.

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Author Bio

Amanda lives in Utah with her family where she moonlights as a nurse on the weekends.

If she’s not busy with her three munchkins, you’ll find her buried in a book or behind the keyboard where she explores the human experience through the written word.

She's obsessed with all things Austen and Oreos, and loves to connect with readers!

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Elizabeth's Review

My rating: 4 of 5 stars - Would Recommend to a Friend

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Johnson is a newer author to me and after reading Breakaway I am sorry I haven't read this author before!
Mark and Stevie are characters that I loved from the very first meeting. When they met, Stevie was at a low point and facing difficult choices. I appreciated how Mark was there for her before they even knew each other and how they were both honorable in how they acted that first night.
That first meeting set the stage to root for them when they met a second time a year later. Neither Stevie or Mark are perfect, but their flaws almost make them easier to like and want to see them get a happily ever after.
Well written and fun, Breakaway was a book that I didn't really want to end. I appreciated how the conflict focused on inherit insecurities within the relationship, but that those issues didn't come from the direction expected.
The secondary cast is small, but interesting. I am hoping to see more stories based on the cast met here.

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