Saturday, April 14, 2018

Breaking Brodix by Anne Rainey

Series: Blackwater, 3
Author: Anne Rainey
Publisher: Entangled Publishing
Genre: MF, contemporary
Pages: 123
Reviewer: Redz

Publisher’s Blurb
Brodix Jennings’s skills are put to the test when his brothers call on him to help bring the dying family restaurant back into the black. With the grand re-opening only days away, it’ll damn near take a miracle to keep the doors from closing for good.
Town reporter Sarah Greer has exactly what Brodix needs, free publicity on the front page of the town’s only newspaper. All she wants in return is a chance to interview the Jennings brothers, all five of them. The newspaper’s readership would eat up a rags-to-riches story like theirs. But none of the brothers are talking, and Brodix is the worst of the lot.
Brodix is immediately captivated to the buttoned-up woman with the prissy attitude. If it wasn’t for her lousy profession, he’d be doing everything in his power to get her out of her neatly pressed suit and into his bed.
Each novella in the Blackwater Series is a standalone story and can be enjoyed in any order.
Book 1: Sam’s Promise
Book 2: Vance’s Rules
Book 3: Breaking Brodix
Book 4: Reilly’s Wildcard
Book 5: River’s Redemption

Breaking Brodix by Anne Rainey is the third book in the Blackwater series.  I love this rough and tough series. It has heart and soul I cannot get enough of the men and the women they love.
Brodix: runs the numbers for the bar.  The diner he grew up in is gone and the improvements they are making are much needed. He needs to figure out how to get the cash flow to make it happen.
He is a good man. He is responsible, hardworking, and has some trust issues thrown in for good measure.
Sarah is a reporter for the local paper. No one trusts her at first. But she has a great heart. She does have a rep for being ruthless at the newspaper but deep inside she is a good-hearted person.  She really wants to prove herself.
This story is just sweet and has the just right amount of heat.  Brodix has met his match in the fiery Sarah.  This is a book for the keeper shelves.

                                    Five Shooting Stars 

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