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Catch My Breath (The Breathless Series, Book 1) by [Montagano, Lynn]
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4.3 out of 5 stars 12 customer reviews
Book 1 of 3 in The Breathless Series (3 Book Series)

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‘Deliciously frustrating’ – Chicks That Read

‘There wasn't a single point in this book where I thought I could just walk away from it.’ – Booky Ramblings of a Neurotic Mum

‘Full of angst and passion this story will make you catch your breath.’ – Jane Hunt

About the Author

Lynn Montagano is the author of CATCH MY BREATH, UNRAVEL ME and EFFORTLESS. A native Rhode Islander, she loves football, traveling and her cats, Brady and Bigglesworth.

Having lived in several cities, including Los Angeles and Orlando, she now happily calls Massachusetts home.

When she isn’t galavanting across the planet, you can find her cheering loudly for her beloved New England Patriots or daydreaming about London while penning her next novel.

Want to know more? Visit www.lynnmontagano.net

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1923 KB
  • Print Length: 275 pages
  • Publisher: HarperImpulse (17 April 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00IR2J2BQ
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars 12 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #199,171 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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By Jeannie Zelos TOP 500 REVIEWER on 22 April 2014
Format: Kindle Edition
Catch My Breath: Lynn Montagano
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Well..WOW! Lynn's début novel is certainly a cracker. I really got pulled into the story, angry at Alistair so much that sometimes I was wanting Lia to SCREAM at him "Stop being a jerk!!" He was so loving one moment then- off like a light switch, cold, blank-faced and unfeeling. Poor Lia, she deserved better...Of course as time goes on we see there's more to him that that, he's got some demons from his past that make him behave this way, but Lia too has her share of problems, yet tries hard not to let them impact upon their relationship - she doesn't always succeed but at least she shares with him. When he has problems he just shuts her out, and that she can't deal with. Rightly so, a relationship is a two person process, it can't function if just one is taking part.
I'm sure this book is going to get comments that it's very reminiscent of FsoG. It's inevitable there's overlap in some books, there's only so many ways one can write a romance, and only so many excuses for bad behaviours. I feel though that yes I did get a fifty feeling, but that Lynn has put her own stamp on the story, swung it round and made it her own book, and given a new slant to parts. There's a myriad of novels following that hero/heroine with a tortured past theme, and some are good some not so, this one for me works well.
I was so angry at Alistair part of the time and yet felt for him too. I loved Lia, loved her independence, and that she wasn't a simpering vapid heroine, but a strong lady who'd worked and struggled to overcome and get out of a relationship where she was under severe stress. That takes guts especially when the man is as powerful as her ex.
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Ok so picture this, I'm at my desk in my dressing gown when I start pacing my room, up and down I go reading my kindle. Why you may ask well its because Catch My Breath is deliciously frustrating, with leading characters that are so damaged they are their own worst enemy! You are desperate to find out what has caused so much trauma and chaos in their lives. Leading lady Lia is scarred by her past relationship. Dating the son of a senator she has dealt with over inflated egos, demanding and controlling natures before, but nothing can prepare her for broody Englishman Alastair Reid Holden!
Alastair heir to a massive multimedia company is not your typical hero, no he is my favourite type of man he is an anti-hero damaged and broken with impenetrable shields blocking out all emotion and complications he has rules but these rules don't apply when the lovely Lia falls into his life!
I loved the characters their turmoil infused with charm and humour its fabulous, their ride isnt easy! They have a hell of a battle on their hands, a battle to break each others barriers and show each other that the past doesnt define who they are, that they do deserve love and they are not broken they are worth saving
The writing style is fresh and the play on words and references to English slang was brilliant, being English I really enjoyed that immensely. You really get involved with the characters you're attached to them, you're left wanting more from them begging them to open up. Lynn Montagano write with finesse and Catch Your Breath is not your average love story!
Once I got to the last page I freaked out!
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Lia Meyers has all sorts of plan's for a chilled out relaxing Scottish vacation, but that is short-lived when one moment of sheer clumsiness lands her in the very arms of a sinfully attractive Englishman…

Could This be the perfect opportunity for a well needed holiday romance? ..... Heck no! Lia is still reeling from the worst breakup ever. she doesn't have the time and she really doesn't have the patience for Alastair Holden, despite his sexy swagger and charm as well as British accent!

This Arrogant and totally impenetrable man is just exactly the sort she avoids like the plague but can't.... this is just way too tempting for her to resist she is so drawn to him.

Lia has a battle on her hands with her own insecurities, and the closer the get together, the more she is coming to recognise her weaknesses as each night she peels away his very layers bit by bit with each night that they spend with one another.

But soon she discovers the very past that Alastair has and is so desperate to hide away, now Lia has a big decision will she decide if they can heal one another together? or if their fears will tear them apart for good.

I found the beginning of the book slow and hard to get in to, it was a bit all over the place and the characters were a bit pushy pully i want you nope i don't want you. it wasn't very believable for me how many times can you seriously go there ?

But i stuck in there and carried on towards the middle i found the book had a much better flow and the writer was getting in to the flow of things. And that's where i seen the biggest change and the characters relationship then became seamless.

I really enjoyed the banter in this book it was a nice change to have them think we British people are not stereotyped :) yes we have slang just like any other country.

I think in time the author will keep getting better and better i can see she has it in her.
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