Title: Break Me
Author: Tiffany Snow
Stars: 4 out of 5
I have always found the second book in a series seems to always fall short. Its the story that is filled with back story, romance that readers skip though and its just ok. Basically the book you read to get you to book 3.
Break Me is NOT I repeat NOT that book.
This book is if fun,suspenseful, sadness, anger and once again a awkward heron China Mack who makes me not feel like an awkward mess. China grows alot in the series from leaning she is too trusting and who to trust.
What readers enjoy about Tiffany Snow as an author she is able to take characters on a page and have readers fall in love with them, cheer for them and end up fighting for who the female lead should end up with.
Tiffany Snows readers love her writing. Blank Slate still my favorite stand alone book and China had replaced Kathleen Turner for me.
Tiffany Snow writes love scenes that will have you looking for cool water. Action that will my your heart race and moments of WHAT THE HECK!
I dislike love triangles but the story is so good I couldn't stop reading.
Advance Copy from the Author. Thank you so much and I can't wait to read the next in the series
Just a few weeks ago, computer prodigy China Mack’s typical night in involved Endor Star Wars pajamas and a sensible bedtime. Now she’s dating gorgeous tech guru Jackson Cooper—one of Forbes’s Top Ten Eligible Billionaires—much to the Twitterverse’s delight.
Turns out, going from socially inept hermit to poster girl for geek chic has its challenges. China’s relationship gets even more complicated because her role heading the top-secret Vigilance program—where she’s partnered with Superman clone Clark Slattery—makes her a target. And when ruthless businessman Simon Lu plans to co-opt Vigilance software to blackmail government and military employees, he’ll need China’s cooperation—willing or otherwise.
But not every enemy is so easily identified. Some hide in plain sight, in very high places, and mistaking foe for friend could be the last mistake China ever makes
Paperback, 316 pages
Published March 14th 2017 by Montlake Romance