Alacia McAllister, better known as
Allie Cat, might be bartending, but sheís really a writer.
At least if she can get over her writerís block and finishes
another book she can continue to call herself that. In the
meantime she mentors, usually male aspiring authors, on how
to write stories. She has specific rules she set in place
after getting burned, and hasnít broken them for any man.
Adam Carlton knows about Allieís rules.
Heís not above pretending to want to write so he can get in
her pants. Heís even more than willing to go along with all
her rules. But when he falls hard and fast for her, and
everything crashes around him, he finds himself caught in a
struggle to win a court case, win Allie back, and not lose
his job, while trying to stay sane and figure out what his
ex is up to before she can wreck more havoc in his life.
Breaking All the Rules is
an intense read that will have the reader wondering, what
next? Allie and Adam are fun characters. Adam won my heart
much faster than Allie. Some parts of the story made me want
to sit her down and talk to her. Understandable, since sheíd
been hurt in the past, but I felt she got more upset than
she should have considering all the signs had been evident.
I didnít like the incidences where we were given scenes from
the evil exís view point. I really didnít care for Ericka,
and didnít need those scenes. Her actions would have been
obvious the minute they happened, and it only pulled me away
from Adamís delicious story. Yes, Adam is the reason I read
this from start to finish. Kudos to Monica Robinson for
crafting such a delicious hero, I truly hope all her heroes
are as wonderful as he is. I did like Allie for the most
part, and her interactions with Adam. I hope Charlie gets a
story because he certainly deserves one for losing the woman
of his dreams to his best friend.