- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 2578 KB
- Print Length: 240 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0997070757
- Publisher: Rachel Blaufeld Publishing (5 Jan. 2017)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01MY5NOOE
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 3 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #235,366 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Top customer reviews
Rachel has done a great job in writing this storyline which is hot, steamy, and emotional. I recommend this authors work for all readers, and look forward to reading more of her work in the future.
I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book!
Rachel Blaufeld takes us back to Hafton University albeit briefly, for a tale of forbidden love, second-chances, and untold secrets.
I am going to be honest and say that although I read Break Point in pretty much one sitting, and didn’t struggle with it one bit, for me this isn’t the best book I have read by the author. I am a huge fan of her work, and everything prior to this that I have read has been five stars, but there was just a little something off with the pacing and plot progression on this one. I am also a huge stick in the mud when it comes to people acting the martyr, when the situation they find themselves in is of their own making, and Jules Smith in that respect is certainly her own worst enemy.
I’d fallen for the man in charge.
It is my understanding that Break Point initially started out as a novella and the author, after reader demand expanded on it, understandable as the bones of the story-line are solid, but there were parts, especially at the start that I would have liked a bit more expansion on. Jules reasons for going to Hafton for one, and also the beginnings of her relationship with Coach King at the time, both could have done with a little more depth and development nothing massive but they were dealt with at novella speed, whereas the rest of the book wasn’t and it didn’t quite fit.
"You’re going to have a second chance, and I’m going to make it happen."
Small niggles aside though, I did in general enjoy the reconnection between Drew and Jules, so much has happened to them in the seven years they were apart, that their coming back together is down a path with many obstacles on it.
"I want what’s best for you and this isn’t it.Read more ›
Drew and Jules, who tell the book through dual point of view, have such an incredibly hot attraction that heats up the pages from the start and only continues to grown as the book evolves. Drew is a strong character who doesn’t mess around and makes it clear what he wants from the start, whether it be doing the right thing or fighting for a HEA with his woman. Juliette, on the other hand, goes through a lot more emotion in battling her feelings for Drew given their history together but is equally fierce in her ways given how life has panned out. The book starts off fairly fast paced in terms of the relationship between the two but then slows down to a more steady pace as the plot moves along.
Break Point is incredibly well written with an easy flow and good pacing; I actually read the book in one sitting with how drawn in I got. I loved the tennis lingo intertwined into the story, making it a little unique and fun to read if you understand tennis, but can be read and understood even by novices. In terms of being a sports romance, the book isn’t overly heavy so anyone can easily follow along. I also really liked how the book was split into two parts; the initial set up and then a time jump that moves the story into the second chance portion of the romance.Read more ›
Most Helpful Customer Reviews on Amazon.com (beta) (May include reviews from Early Reviewer Rewards Program)
I typically do not like Teacher/Student romances but I enjoy reading Rachel Blaufeld so took a chance on this and I'm glad I did.
This is the story of Andrew (Drew) King and Juliette (Jules) Smith. Jules is a college tennis phenom and Drew is her coach (she student/he "teacher"). This romance had it all: Insta love, angst, sadness, life rebuilding, romance, secrets and miscommunication and the teacher/student connection was not "gross" due to age difference. The characters were well written and not everything was butterflies and roses. I would have liked to shake her a few times but I guess I understand why she made the decisions she did. All in all this was a fantastic read. Why not a 5 star read? It was a decision I struggled with and why I didn't review immediately after reading it on release day. I'm not sure why I didn't LOVE it. I really LIKED it - I just wish Jules had stood up for herself and her decisions more. (I don't want to say anything further, because I don't want to give away spoilers). I do recommend this book.
I admire authors who allow their young heroines to make mistakes while finding their place in a world filled with temptation and the need to feel successful and worthy.
Addictive! Sexy! A romance with unexpected turns and a heartfelt story of love and forgiveness.
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