Monday, May 1, 2017

*~Review: Breaking Free by Adrienne Giordano~*

Title: Breaking Free
Series: Steele Ridge #5
Author: Adrienne Giordano
Release Date: April 25, 2017

Review 

4.5 Stars

This one gripped me right form the beginning and didn't let me go until the end. I just loved Micki and Gage. They just really gelled for me. Micki is the black sheep of the family, but they don't realize the sacrifices she's made for her family. Micki is so brave for what she had done, but now it's taking a toll on her. Gage has a neutral eye when it comes to Micki's situation, but his protective instincts kick in when it comes to her. That's one of the things I loved about Gage is his protectiveness. Gage also has a little vulnerability as well, but it just makes him all the more likable. The action in this one kept me on the edge of my seat. I couldn't put this book down because I had to know what was going to happen next.  This was an excellent installment to the series. 

Blurb

As the black sheep of the Steele brood, Micki Steele craves one thing: the love of her family. Working as a hacker for a ruthless fixer, Micki has done things she'll never be proud of. When she flees Vegas and returns to her hometown, she brings along her boss’s secrets and plenty of danger. At least until he arrives in Steele Ridge, intent on hauling her back to Vegas—or burying her in North Carolina. 

Former Green Beret and family friend Gage Barber has been Mr. Fix-It his entire life, but now a war wound leaves him struggling with simple tasks. And when the mysterious and sexy Micki shows up and pulls him into the middle of her family drama, his loyalty to the Steele family is tested. Although he’s sworn off his need to play hero, his undeniable attraction to Micki leaves him with only one option—convincing her to break free of her ruthless boss. 

Torn over protecting the man she’s falling in love with and her yearning for a normal life, Micki must choose between staying trapped in Vegas or a life of freedom in Steele Ridge. Even if breaking free leads straight to heartbreak…and prison. 

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