[[ Ebook ]] ➦ Breaking the Bro Code Author Stefanie London – Writerscompany.co.uk

Breaking the Bro Code 4.5 stars Really enjoyed this Especially the llama reference Elise is struggling to keep her dance studio afloat At this point she needs a miracle to keep things going She just wasn t expecting a miracle in the shape of Col Hillam The same Col, who used to be part of her family and the same person who dumped her like a hot potato many years ago.Col still struggles with the neglect and abuse he suffered as a child He is home to bury the person who will always be at the root of his fears and problems One of those fears is something he needs to overcome quick snap, which is why he has returned to ask Elise for help.The two of them have to overcome a mountain of obstacles to rekindle their fledgling romance, including clearing up the real reason Col left in the first place The secret he kept from Elise because he didn t want to break her heart and destroy the relationship between her and someone close to both of them.This romance is about trust, family and coming back home to the one person, who makes you feel safe Off Limitsand Oh So Tempting Elise Johnson Has Important Things To Concentrate On Than Mensaving Her Struggling Ballet Studio For Starters So When Gorgeous Col Hillam Her Brother S Best Friend Saunters Back Into Her Life, She S None Too Keen He Might Be Proposing A Purely Professional Arrangement, But The Last Time They Got Carried Away By Their Crazy Attraction It Ended In Disaster Col Knows Elise Is Off Limits, But It Only Makes Her Tempting With Chemistry This Hot, Surely That Bro Code Is Now Null And Void I fell in love with Elise Johnson in Stefanie s first book, Only The Brave Try Ballet, so I was absolutely thrilled when she was given a story of her own.There are so many different elements to this story that I adore The hero and heroine share a past but have been separated from one another for a long time The heroine is not what I usually expect In a twist, Elise is the one having the issues opening up She can be very closed off to her own emotions and struggles to put her feelings out there It s hard for her to be vulnerable.That leads us to Col, the gorgeous hero, who is macho enough to be the hero, but also struggling with his high profile status and being in the spotlight He needs Elise s help with overcoming his fears and in return he s the one to coax Elise s feelings to the surface In other words, they re perfect for each other insert happy sigh.Their emotional journeys, which deal with some complex issues, are perfectly compl Stefanie London does it again with Breaking the Bro Code I ve really come to enjoy reading about these bun head ballerinas and the men who love them This time, ballet studio owner Elise Johnson must help her former close friend and one time lover to earn money to save the studio Col Hilliam is the last person she wants to help he left her after the most amazing night of her life and hasn t You re impossible He brought his mouth down to hers, hot and forceful You re maddening and frustrating and And Insanely hot Breaking the Bro Code is a romance that flirts with some darker issues but ultimately is a heartwarming look at two people who are perfect for each other.Not only is this a second chance romance, but this is also about a young woman who fell for her brother s best friend, making things much complicated I lik I really loved this story It was funny, heartfelt, sweet and sexy.The chemistry between Col and Elise crackles from the page and is given depth by their shared pasts and traumas.Col returns to Melbourne a successful business man, but he is still haunted by the past and the unresolved feelings he has for his best friend s sister Elise.Elise has family dramas of he Many favourite moments in this book but I think the most memorable is when Elaine refers to Col having the musicality of a stuffed llama.A tricky book to say anything else about since I don t like spoiling stories for others. There are countless tales of woman who find themselves in love with their brother s best friend, of course it almost always involves a lot of sneaking around and learning things about each other you never noticed before But sadly it always involves a brother that might or might not break someone s knee caps, and that someone is always the poor hero in the story It also involves discovering that it s all a big misunderstanding of lust and no love, a friendship damaged and a large dose of uncomfortably In the second read from the very talented Stefanie London we meet Ellie Johnson, she has a lot of important things to think about and men ain t one of them But when gorgeous Col Hillam, her brother s best friend saunters back into her life, she s none too keen but he proposes a purely professional arrangement to help her safe her ballet studio but the last time they got within kissing distance from each other they got carried away, really carried away and it ended in disaster Col knows Elise is off limits but it only makes her tempting and with chemistry this hot it surely means the bro code is null and void right But will Elise wa Stephanie London is a new to me author and I was blown away with how engaging and captivating Elise and Col are in Breaking the Bro Code.Elise is a breathe of fresh air as the heroine So often it is the male protagonist that has commitment issues but in this case, Elise finds it difficult to discuss her feelings and issues with Col, even though he is desperate to reconnect with her after spending time in New York establishing his enormously successful business after a misunderstanding between them.I loved their background history Elise was always there for Col when his father was abusive and Col spent his free time ferrying Elise around to all of her ballet classes as repayment in her quest to be a professional ballerina They had always been there for each other and I am so glad that they finally get


About the Author: Stefanie London

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