Break: An Enemies-to-Lovers Stand-Alone Romance

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My brother’s best friend. 
The bad boy next door. 
My sworn enemy… 
Now he’s back to claim what’s his.

For most of my life, Ben Hayes was the gorgeous bad boy musician next door. My brother’s heart throb best friend. 
Then, he was my boyfriend for six of the happiest years of my life. Until he dumped me on social media in front of millions of people, officially cementing his role as my worst enemy.
Three years later, Ben returns to our small beach town with an ego the size of California, a drinking problem, a movie deal that’s about to fall through, and a secret that only he and his dying father know. 
I’m not the same pathetic girl I was when he broke my heart. I’m stronger now. I won’t let him break me again.
But it’s hard to resist those ocean-blue eyes, that sculpted, tattooed body, that smooth voice, that enormous… Well, you get the picture. 
Every time he makes me laugh or swoon, my defenses fracture. The walls around my heart are crumbling fast. And Ben’s wrecking ball of a secret is about to deliver the final blow.
From the New York Times bestselling author of the Shattered Hearts Series comes a sweet and sexy stand-alone rock star romance.
4.8
5 reviews
Cheryl Whitty
July 26, 2018
This is a story of young love with Ben and Charley who have lived next door to each other growing up. They fell in love when were young teens, after many happy years together Ben dumps Charley in the most public of ways. Three years later Ben returns home when his father is ill. The first thing he does is find Charlotte to apologise. Unfortunately it takes a lot more than an apology. Cassia never lets her characters take the easy route, so there is plenty of emotional heartache before we get to the happily ever after. I felt emotionally drained as I went through all the drama with them. This is a standalone with dual pov, as I always enjoy a fuller understanding of the characters when we hear from Charley and Ben. As usual an enjoyable read from Cassia Leo,  It didn't overwhelm me, but that was because I had a hard time with wanting to shake Charley and Ben telling them to grow up.
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A Google user
July 26, 2018
This book is full of drama, angst, secrets and regrets. Cassia Leo took things that are very present in today's society and wrote a story I could believe happening. I could feel Ben's regrets for the past. I had to give Charley credit for making Ben work for her forgiveness. She made him work hard. Cassia Leo kept me turning the pages from beginning to end. She even threw a surprise that I did not see coming, SO WELL DONE on that. I did not like Ben at first but when all was revealed I could understand him much better. In my opinion Cassia Leo wrote a believable story. In my opinion if you are a Cassia Leo fan she does not disappoint. In my opinion Break is worth reading. I received an ARC edition for my honest and voluntary review.
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Karen Henderson
July 29, 2018
There can be a million words in one photo. And one book can slay your heart. Wonderful powerful love story
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About the author

New York Times bestselling author Cassia Leo loves her coffee, chocolate, and margaritas with salt. When she’s not writing, she spends way too much time re-watching Game of Thrones and Sex and the City. When she’s not binge watching, she’s usually enjoying the Oregon rain with a hot cup of coffee and a book.

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