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The Break Series (Phoebe & Madsen, The Love Story) Kindle Edition
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This is the story of a college student, Phoebe, who gets talked into going on a Spring Break trip by her best friend, Kelsey. Her crush of four years, Madsen, ends up being part of their Spring Break gang. What could happen in a week of fun in the sun?
I'm not one who tends to love a short story. I really enjoyed Spring Break! It is such a cute, sweet story that made me laugh a lot. There is not a cliff hanger. You could just read part 1 and walk away happy.
Summer Break is part two in the Phoebe & Madisen saga. I'm not one that usually enjoys books that are on the shorter side. I love this series. It is entirely Madsen's point of view. I really enjoyed reading his point of view. He's something special. I loved reading the fortunes at the beginning of each chapter. I hope you enjoy this sweet, sassy, sexy story.
Winter Break is the last book in the Break series. At the beginning of this book the main characters live and work at opposite ends of the country. We get to experience them doing long distance. Our attendance is required at the wedding of Kelsey and Duncan. This book encompasses the holidays of Thanksgiving and Christmas.
I liked this book. It feels like what real life would be like after graduating college. It’s a confusing time of figuring out who you are where you should be. Add a relationship on top of that and you have a mess of feeling and emotions. It’s so easy to get attached and root for these characters. I’m sad we have to say goodbye to them.
Spring Break features Phoebe and Madsen thrown together on spring break. To say that these two aren't exactly friends is an understatement. Phoebe can't stand Madsen's cocky attitude or his 'man-whorish' was. But, alas, she cannot resist his charm and a HAWT spring break hookup occurs.
Summer Break features a now semi-together Phoebe & Madsen, even if Phoebe refuses to admit that it's more than just a fling. Summer is spent together on another beach and more HAWTNESS continues until summer ends and reality sets in. Enter Jackson, sexy neighbor of Phoebe and Madsen's arch nemesis.
Winter Break is the culmination of the Phoebe and Madsen saga - You will have to read it to see how it wraps up and believe me, you won't be disappointed!
THE BONUS CHAPTER: brings to light factors that were set in motion without the readers knowledge. This chapter is not exactly what you might think it is but gives the reader ALL OF THE FEELS.
This series is full of lust, angst and some incredibly HAWT sex! Enjoy!!!
After a hot spring break hookup, Phoebe refuses to admit to anything more then it being a fling while Madsen wants more. After a summer spent together in California, life calls Madsen in one direction and Phoebe in another. Will this be the end of their relationship for good?
The last part of the series tells the trials and tribulations of two people, on different paths, in different locations.
Andrea Johnston is a new author to me and I enjoyed the The Break Series. It was fun, sexy, had just the right amount of angst and I really loved the bonus chapter that explained how Phoebe and Madsen were just meant to be.