Just one more can’t hurt…right?
Re-belle-ious, free-spirited Lauren Renwick has decided it’s time to trade her wings for roots. That means no more bad boys, no more foolish choices. Yet when she’s stood up on New Year’s Eve, her resolution to stick to her Mama’s Rules for Dating weakens. Especially when she spots sex-in-leather-and-tattoos, Jackson Sullivan.
One look at Lauren, and Jackson is hell-bent on getting her on the back of his Harley and riding straight for his bed. Their night together is an erotic rush that has a new word popping up on his horizon—forever.
Lauren tries to convince herself he’s just one last fling to get bad boys out of her system, yet she finds herself falling hard and fast for a man with a stalker ex and a meddling Irish family. Plus, he has zero chance of passing her uptight parents’ inspection.
Jackson has Lauren’s back, but if she wants all of his heart, she’ll have to meet him halfway—by ditching rules that hold her prisoner, and learning to stand up for what she really wants.
Yowser! That was HOT! No, that was HAWT!!! I want my own Jackson Sullivan. I felt sorry for Laruen when she first walked into the bar. Being dumped on New Year’s Eve because the guy you’ve been dating decided to reconcile with his ex-wife sucks big time. My sympathy for her lasted up until the moment Jackson began stalking toward her and then I was as jealous of her as the bar skanks were. Jackson is sexy as sin, responsible, tatted up, determined, protective, possessive, and an alpha male through and through – the kind of man it would be crime against nature should he not reproduce. And with each chapter, he just got better and better. I LOVED the scene when he finally meets her parents. After that scene, Lauren had not one chance in hell of not falling for him. Honestly, how many guys are going to stand up to their possible future in-laws and call them out on their treatment of their daughter? Obviously Jackson Sullivan has been added to my short list of book boyfriends, but I kinda have a girl crush on Lauren. Her character is that of someone I would want in my inner circle of friends. She’s sweet, genuine, respectful, and was so totally in love with Jackson before she was willing to admit it. It was cute how she tried to follow her mama’s rules for dating in an effort to humor her female family members while trying to find someone to settle down with. This was made even better by the fact that Jackson and her interactions with him flew in the face of every one of her mama’s rules and he ended up being perfect for her. The chemistry between Jackson and Lauren is perfect and the sex is off-the-charts hot – especially on his birthday! Rule Breaker is Ms. Kincaid’s debut novel and I am thoroughly impressed. It is a definite reread for me and I cannot wait for the next book in the Break on Through series. Well done Ms. Kincaid!