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Blog Tour & Review: Breaking the Rules



BREAKING THE RULES by LK Lewis: Morgan Lane has just completed grad school, and has accepted a job at Baylor Industries with the help of her father, who just so happens to be golf buddies with Drake Baylor Sr., CEO. Morgan has lived her 24 years of life under her parents thumbs, and is more than eager to start living life and carving successful career for herself.

Drake Baylor Jr. is being groomed to take over as CEO of Baylor Industries upon his father’s retirement. Although he was raised in an affluent household, his formative years were rough, leading to a string of bad decisions, and hard lived years. In order to take over as CEO, his father has given him a set of rules to live by for an indefinite period of time: No drugs, limited alcohol consumption, and absolutely no relationships whatsoever with women-his greatest weakness. If Drake can abstain from those three things, work hard, and gain his father’s trust, he can have the keys to the Kingdome.Drake meets Morgan on her first day at Baylor Industries, and the phrase “love at first sight” doesn’t even come close to describing what is felt between them. Their instant attraction is a magnetic pull that is stronger than either one of them can handle. Now Drake and Morgan are faced with figuring out how to fight for their future together, hoping not to get caught “Breaking the Rules”.

Emma's thoughts: 

Well let me start by saying that I will try and keep this review as spoiler free as possible but there maybe a few bits in there.

I rate this book as 3 hearts which means that to me it was ok, I didn’t love it but didn't dislike it either.

The main thing that I found slightly annoying was that they were declaring their love at just over 100 pages in, which even in books is slightly unbelievable and quite cheesy! Lust....yes, love....no – that could come into it later.

Having said that I liked Morgan as a character, having come from money but wanting to succeed on her own and Drake seemed quite hot but a little too soft, would of preferred him to be more edgy with more sexual tension thrown into the mix.

So overall this book was okay – would I read book 2? I’m not sure.






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