Breaking Braydon by MK Harkins @mkharkins #review


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I enjoyed the book mostly because it was an easy read. There was not a lot of angst. For me, Jain was a little different as was her issue. The fact that Jain felt she had to mask her beauty to become a somebody in her profession was new and fresh. The idea that a pretty girl with these fantastic eyes couldnt be taken seriously, though different I am sure doesnt happen often. As for the rest of her story, well I appreciated the fact that the girl was motivated by her Mother’s disease to work hard to find a cure.


The story of how Braydon got to be the character we read about was different too.


Sometimes superficial things motivate girls to get their hooks in a guy. So many times Braydon has wondered if someone likes him because of his place in society or his money, but definitely not him. That is so sad to me. Braydon finds a way to combat that. Braydon was cool but to me Jain was the star.

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4 stars

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MK Harkins a9688c3a43620a8ae01822.L._V351890380_SX200_
I have always been a voracious reader. After hitting a dry spell of reading material, I decided to write the kind of book I would like to read. This resulted in the creation of my debut novel, Intentional.
I am currently working on a sequel based on the life of one of Intentional’s supporting characters.
When I’m not writing novels, I enjoy traveling the world, rain, watching movies and reading (!)
I also run my own business in my current hometown of Mercer Island, Washington.
You can contact me at:

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