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    Not for me

    I wasn't a huge fan of this one. While the writing and basic story are good, I had a difficult time connecting with the characters. I mostly found the main female character quite annoying so it made it hard to really get into the book. If you love a good revenge romance you may enjoy this though, if that's the case I would recommend it.
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    Just when you think you really know someone!

    Zara Hamilton wants revenge against Noah Bain, a college professor, because he got her cousin pregnant and then threatened her, which made her cousin commit suicide. It was difficult to remember, while reading, that Zara is 21 years old. She seems so much younger and she definitely acts younger. I had to keep reminding myself that any relationship between them as far as teacher/student was inappropriate but as far as age goes, it was okay. I don't want to say too much about the story because I don't like to give spoilers but there is a huge plot twist in the story! And one you'll have to find out for yourself by reading this book. Noah seems like such a great person and teacher. It's hard to imagine he'd do the things he's accused of but as proven in the story, you think you know someone and it turns out that you really don't. Fantastic story with great suspense and some smokin' hot sex scenes. Received a copy in exchange for an honest review.
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    Stands Alone, No Cliffs, Good Twists! 4.5 stars!

    BREAKING NOAH Missy Johnson and Ashley Suzanne  May 12, 2015  Publisher: Loveswept approximate pages: 228 (print) Romance: Contemporary, New Adult / College, Mystery / Thriller / Suspense ** Provided by Netgalley in Exchange for an Honest Review ** -- MY THOUGHTS -- Judging a Book by it's Cover:  Seductive pose. Subtle color palate. Great use of light and shadow. The synopsis sounds ruthless, yet intriguing.  Looking Deeper:  Written in a first person POV, alternating between Zara and Noah, all clearly defined for easier comprehension.  Wow.... that's all I can say at first. Within the first few chapters, this seems like a pretty straight-forward cut-and-dry story line. I've never been happier to be wrong. The synopsis does a rather good job at setting up the plot, so I'll not go into that any further at the risk of revealing spoilers. Instead, I'll get straight to the breakdown. Noah is an awesome lead male. Kind, caring, compassionate. Zara is fiercely loyal to her beliefs, smart, and strong. Together, they have the makings of a power couple. The magnetic pull and  chemistry is continuously at war with her thoughts and beliefs making their connection all the more a force of nature. The secondary characters were an interesting blend of wonderfully supportive to love-to-hate-them. They full the full spectrum for a nice variety. The dialogue and interaction was, most of the time, believable and natural, there were a few instances that were eye-roll worthy, but then maybe that's par for the college-age course. The plot is complex, much more so than I'd expected it to be. It is written very well and flowed quite smoothly. The conflicts are not handled well in some instances, but that lends to the plot more buildup and drama for later. The final conflict is truly fantastic and leaves the reader feeling vindicated and free of the oppressing weight that hung in the shadows. There's virtually no predictability, in fact there were a few things that surprised me. The conclusion is fantastic. This is, by far, one of the better New Adult / College sub-genre books that I've read this year.  ------------------------ Heat Level: 4.25 ------------------------ Score:  4.4 Stars: 4 (If I could grant 1/2 stars, it would be a 4.5) -- REVIEWER INFO -- Tina J / Happily Ever Chapter

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