Wednesday, 19 November 2014

BLOG TOUR - Breaking Love by MJ Summers


Thank you to Piatkus for providing me with a copy in exchange for an honest review

Book: Breaking Love
Author : MJ Summers
Publisher: Piatkus
Release Date: 21st November 2014


Luc Chevalier is a satisfied man - or so he thinks. His businesses are thriving, he has all the excitement, money and beautiful women any man could want. He dines at the best restaurants and stays at the most luxurious hotels as he makes his way around the globe. So why does he suddenly find himself so restless?
Megan Sullivan is a single mom with a rather ordinary life. She is comfortable with things just the way they are. She has a six-year-old son, Elliott, a cozy house in Boulder, Colorado, and a photography business to put food on the table. Megan is on her own and she intends to keep it that way.
But when Megan is convinced by her best friend to take a trip to Paris, she's thrust into the arms of Luc Chevalier, the sexiest man to ever set foot on the Eiffel Tower. They agree to one night together and no more. In those few short hours he manages to draw out the passionate woman that Megan has carefully hidden way for years. Once she has a taste of what she's been missing, she finds it almost impossible to go back to her life as it was.
Will two people who don't believe in happily-ever-after manage to put aside their doubts and find their forever?

So is this book, the second in MJ Summers Full Hearts series any good, does it tick the boxes that pique my curiosity?, lets see!

Hot Guy - Check
Not only hot but French - Double Check
Great female lead - Check again
Picturesque settings - Check and Check
Cute kid - Awww Check
Happy Ending? - You will have to read it yourself!

Megan has been a single mother for five years, her ex's addictions has been to much for their relationship to bear and they have gone their separate ways, the only good thing to have come from their union is their son Elliot.

Like most mothers she puts her son before her own needs but her best friend Harper arranges for Megan to visit her in the city of love, Paris.  Reluctantly she agrees and Harper is determined to show her a good time.

A good time is certainly what she gets in the shape of the delectable Luc Chevalier, he is extremely rich with a host of businesses and of course he is extremely attractive, women flock at his feet but one night his womanising ways are thrown in to disarray when he sets his eyes upon Megan.

She doesn't want a relationship and neither does he but sparks are flying and they agree to spend an unforgettable night together.  Neither of them want to admit it but the night changes them both, Luc has never felt like this with a woman before she has overwhelmed his senses and the feeling is mutual, on her return to the States, Luc is never far from her mind.

Breaking Love is a delicious read, Luc and Megan make a fantastic couple, she is no shy young woman falling at his feet, she puts her family first and lets Luc know nothing else can happen, but he has money and that money allows him to go to the States at a moments notice, he is doing the one thing he thought he would never do, fall in love.

So if you enjoy all my check points above then you'll love this book, I really enjoyed it, it's well written with plenty of great scenes, some steamy, some just plain romantic plus it has a host of great supporting characters and an occasional spanner in the works, the only thing is it's a tiny bit predictable but it is great fun waiting for what you know is going to happen and how it happens.

Let me know what you all think!

Awarded 4 out of 5

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