Romance Review | Break Me by Ashley Christin

Overview: Returning back for the spring semester of college, Brealynn and her best friend, Kelsey, are ready to start a new chapter. 
After the loss of their mother, Pro BMX rider Colt Taylor and his brother, Parker, hope to rebuild their lives by concentrating on competitions. 

One night brings them together.
One night shatters it all.
Can they survive the break?

Purchase Links: Amazon 
Publishing Date: April 10, 2015
Stars: 4
My Review: I liked this book more than I thought I would which makes me really happy. There's misunderstandings, which is quite common while in college, hot sex, and the saving grace of falling in love. The hero and heroine are both equally awesome to read which is always a plus. My rating stands at an even and solid 4 stars.

BXM professional rider Colt Taylor is the ultimate young playboy and why shouldn't he be? He's wealthy, good looking, charming, and young. He's dealing with the fame, the girls throwing themselves at him, and his own messed up family the best way he knows how which is sex and partying. That all changes when he finally realizes he has a shot with the elusive Brealynn as she's finally single. 

Brealynn has always gotten lust struck when she's seen Colt. It is a normal reaction to someone that sinfully gorgeous. She's single after being cheated on and knows she should stay away from Colt because he doesn't want females like her, ones who want relationships. Colt breaks her down and they swirl around in a complex and delicate relationship. 

Colt and Brealynn together is one hell of a relationship. The two have to learn how to be with one another as Colt's never been in a relationship and Brealynn has serious trust issues. Watching Colt realize he needs Brealynn is a sight to behold because he's always kept people at a distance. The two work well together and Brealynn isn't a pushover. When she believes Colt has completely broken her trust, she walks away. Colt also isn't a complete jerk, he tries to fix things and explain things when they go wrong. Overall, I liked the book and liked the characters. It all wrapped up well and left the reader to be curious to read the next book in the series.