Bending the Rules
(Breaking the Rules #2)
by L.K. Lewis
Struggling to get her life back on track after being left suddenly and inexplicably by (secret) boyfriend –not- boyfriend and boss Drake Baylor Jr., Morgan Lane searches the globe to find Drake knowing that the only way to truly live the life she’s worked so hard for is with him by her side.
Banished to Zurich, Switzerland by his father after being caught Breaking the Rules, Drake has nine months to get the European Division of Baylor Industries back on track. Again, he must obey the rules so that he can hopefully return to his life with Morgan and take the helm of Baylor Industries.
Everything is going according to plan as usual for Adrian Thompson who has just gotten Drake banished to Switzerland as part of his plan to get Morgan (his college sweetheart and hopefully future trophy wife) back in his life for good. With a little help from Lana Lane, Morgan’s mother, Adrian is hoping to have Morgan wearing his ring by New Year’s Eve.
After a few months of being wooed by old flame and now boss Adrian, and without so much as a word from Drake, Morgan hesitantly accepts Adrian’s invitation to join him for New Year’s Eve in St.Moritz Switzerland. Foiling Adrian’s plan, a “chance encounter” finds Morgan back in Drake’s arms.
Will Drake and Morgan be able to overcome the distance and time that is now between them along with a few of the hurdles that life has thrown their way? Morgan and Drake are once again faced with figuring out how to start their new future together- this time not Breaking the Rules, only Bending them.
This installment starts right after the events of the first book of the series, and thus a part of emotional conflicts for the characters.
There is a little deeper in advance what is the relationship of Drake and Morgan starting in the change of fate for this couple, which help to reaffirm their feelings for each other or take them to a deep path errors depend them defend their love.
To start I mean that this book is 100% reassured that romantic, with situations that could complicate or truncate the love of our protagonists but with a little hope at the end of the day to rejoice,
It's a very easy, sweet and light reading, not me became complicated in some areas, on the contrary, I knew well the author wanted to get far. And he built a story from different points where could you discover and f find the way for a new beginning .
The characters each have their charm and could win each for a special feature in their character and decisions. It is based on the decisions you must leave any way.
I must confess that cost me somewhat connected with any of the characters and the story a bit, but still even of think it has very good points and conflicts that were somewhat unexpected.For me its strongest point is the romance, he plays a lot with these shades, and something that stands out in story.
Story does not disgust me, is simple, with light touches that will shake you and loving. Finally finished connecting a bit with the character of Drake. The character definitely see its evolution a little more than others or that Morga, Find a love triangle that this attention to detail, we could say this in the middle of the overcoming of our protagonists.
Maybe it was not a reading for me, but it has enough qualities that a girl super-romantic and full of optimism appreciate.
My stars. 3
Born and raised in Michigan, LK spent her early twenties chasing the man of her dreams (now husband of 8 years) around the country, residing in both New York, and Portland, Oregon. While living in Portland, LK attended East West College of the Healing Arts, and is now a Massage Therapist, Makeup Artist, and Spa/ Boutique Owner.When LK isn’t working, writing, or chasing her son around, she enjoys boat days, playing in the sunshine, and giggling with her husband. You may also find her on twitter most days, especially live tweeting when The Bachelor/Bachelorette, Sons of Anarchy or The Walking Dead is on. Check her out, you may enjoy her colorful commentary!