Review: Breaking The Rules by Monica Murphy

Thursday, August 27, 2015

Stephanie Shaw is beyond desperate to gain her own column at San Francisco’s City magazine. Researching the hottest sexual fantasies of the young and single in the city sounds perfect. But she has one big problem: she has no one to put her extensive research to the test.

Sexy as sin former pro baseball superstar Justin “The Hawk” Hawkins values his privacy above all else. Recovering from a near fatal motorcycle accident that ended his career too soon, he’s laying low. He certainly didn’t expect to run into a gorgeous girl at a party—and proceed to have sex with her in a limo.

One taste and they can’t get enough. Soon they’re hooking up in all sorts of unusual places—and falling for each other. But Stephanie’s conflicted. Justin will hate her forever if he finds out she’s detailing their every sexual escapade in her anonymous column for all the city to read.

When the truth is revealed, will Justin be able to forgive Stephanie? Or will her deception tear them apart?

My Review:

This is the second book I read from this author and I promise it won't be my last. I love her writing style and how well her stories play out. Everything is so well written and descriptive that it's hard to not get completely sucked into the story.
Justin and Stephanie's relationship was a disaster waiting to happen. They were great together and both too blind to realize when they were more than a simple hook up to one another. From their very first time together, Stephanie was just trying to step outside of her comfort zone. I guess you never really know how things will play out in the end. Her "one night stand with a complete stranger" ended up being multiple nights with the incredibly hot Justin Hawkins.Then again, when you're anonymously writing about your sexual escapades with someone on a very popular magazine column, something always goes wrong. While reading, I kept wondering how it would all come out. If she would tell him or if he would find out some other way. Let's just say, every body has a price. You never really know who is a good guy, who is on your side or against you. You also never really know how easy it can be for someone who was once on your side to no longer be. The way that everything played out was great.
Justin and Stephanie were perfect together. They were cute and playful but also insanely hot. It was a perfect mix and I really truly enjoyed it from the moment in which they met.

Disclaimer: A review copy of this book was provided by Wordsmith Publicity to Reads By Rose in exchange for an honest review. My reviews will always remain truthful and unbiased.

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