I am going to begin this review by saying that I liked the story that was told in this novel. I mean I didn’t necessarily like Anthony Tate in the beginning of this story but he definitely grew on me. He was a romance writer and a certified man-child that wanted everything his way and low and behold enters Abigail Stevens, his editor to cook, scheduler, best friend, and maid to clean up all of his messes from grammar to women, she was his ride or die chick who was hopelessly and helplessly falling in love with him.
From the moment she laid eyes on him, Abby was hooked and Tony knew exactly what kind of effect he had on her. Through all of his highs, lows, and in between, Abby provided Tony with any and every thing he needed to get his next best seller on the shelves. However, when Tony feels the sting of humiliation as his on again off again girlfriend turns down his proposal and is photo’d with the latest “IT” boy, his need to feel in control of his life turns into Abby’s kinktastic fantasy; her ultimate want since meeting him.
Tony literally has his way with Abby and believes that it’s his right to do so and Abby lets him because she feels obligated. So what happens when needs and wants collide? A hot mess, that leaves Abby vanishing and Tony losing his mind to find her and thus, the love story begins.
I really enjoyed this novel. There were a few twists and turns that kept the story of Abby and Tony exciting and me rooting for them to have their happy ending. There were laughs and awes and “I can’t believe he just did that” to keep you turning the pages. The characters were well developed from Abby to Tony to all of the supporting characters from Tony’s best friend to Abby brothers, even the ones that were just a storyline phone call away. I could empathize with some of the feelings and thoughts that were sprinting around in Abby’s head and heart.
Overall, I would recommend this book to someone into a little bit of kinky hotness and a lot bit of swoon worthy romantically notions. However, I could not help but think another story from this novel is on the horizon and then at the end I see it…Book Two of the In Plain Sight Series...YES!!!
I digress. Run and read Break me, it will not disappoint you.