Jenny Fitzgerald is lonely. With only
her dog for company at home, she goes on walks and that is
the highlight of her day other than turning down an icky
coworker who wants to date her. Her best friend is gay – so
no romantic help there. Down in the dumps but unwilling to
give in and go out with Evan, aka “Mr. Icky”, Jenny’s life
takes a one hundred and eighty degree turn when she is
walking her dog and runs into the epitome of a Greek god – a
man named William Jackson. Silent but extremely hot, he is
exactly what Jenny needs in her life. The more Jenny spends
time with Will, the more she falls in love with him. Their
idyllic existence comes to a screeching halt with one act of
violence against Jenny. Once she is healed, will they be
able to come to grips with their feelings for each other?
Will they still be able to love? Those are the questions
that Jenny is too afraid to ask.
I adored every single word of
Breaking the Silence. It is an original, that’s for
sure. Both characters carried scars; Will most of all.
Very quiet and shy, he did not even know how to talk to a
woman, or so he thought. I found his ability to speak
through touch without saying a word totally hot and
extremely sexy. Jenny is quirky and funny but had not been
lucky in love. Well, I am here to let her know that with
Will Jackson, she hit the jackpot. Their attraction to each
other was instantaneous. I watched enthralled as each
character fell in love with the other.
Breaking the Silence was blazingly hot and
boldly passionate. On the edge of my seat I happily watched
two lost souls fall in love with each other and I, in turn,
fell in love with their story. Don’t miss Breaking
the Silence. It is terrific!