Breaking Love by M.J. Summers

22877856._UY200_My 4.5 Stars Review

Breaking Love was my first book by M.J Summers and I really enjoyed reading it. The narrative style is very pleasant and I loved both characters. They are both lonely and convinced their life is perfect as it is. But the time has come for them to define what they really want and it might not be what they were convinced they needed before meeting each other.

Megan Sullivan is a single mother, raising her son Elliott alone after a bad divorce. She is independent, strong and has long ago stopped wishing for the companionship of a man, mainly to protect her son. When she is invited to Paris to be the assistant of her best friend for a fashion photo shoot, she has no idea that her life will change forever. In Paris, she meets Luc Chevalier, a French-American businessman. She is attracted to him but is convinced that a relationship is not possible. They have nothing in common, not to mention they don’t live on the same continent. Luc is arrogant and is known as a player, but she will discover there is more to him than she first thought. As Luc and Megan both fall for each other, they will have to reconsider their priorities in life and accept that some things are simply meant to be.

This book was a great page-turner, I read it almost in one sitting. I loved this emotional and seductive story of self- discovery and second chance, with two great heroes who will be each other’s game-changer. I missed however some form of epilogue as a perfect ending.

I received a copy of this book from Book Enthusiast Promotions, in exchange for my honest review.

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