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My Every Breath by Brittney Sahin
Publication Date: May 7, 2018
Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Romantic Suspense

Purchase: Amazon | iBooks | Google Play | Barnes & Noble | Kobo | Kobo CA

*Coming to KU May 8

Businessman Cade King has fallen for the wrong woman. She’s the daughter of a hitman, and he’s the target.

After ten years of living in the shadow of the Irish mob, Gia Callaghan wants nothing more than to escape the darkness of her life. Her burning desire for answers about her past has her constantly plotting new ways to flee. When she comes face-to-face with the one man who might be able to help her, she’ll have to decide exactly how much his life is worth.

Cade King’s past is littered with questionable choices. He’s made more mistakes than he can count, but he vows to be a better man.

When he meets Gia, his structured life turns upside down, and he must decide whether he’s truly worthy of redemption. Can he protect a woman whose guard is even higher than his own, or will she end up saving him from himself?

As the tension and chemistry heat up between the two, they’ll discover that life isn’t always black and white.

A sizzling and suspenseful romance.

My Review

“I don’t know if I believe in redemption.” “But I want to do what’s right. I want to help you.”

My Every Breath is my second read by author Brittney Sahin and let me tell you, I can not wait to discover more from this author. From the moment that I saw the cover of this book, I couldn’t have been more excited to get my hands on it. And I gotta say, this book was worth the wait.

From the moment I picked up this book, I was sucked in. I couldn’t wait to dive into Cade and Gia’s story. You see, when we first meet up with Cade, he’s supposed to be having a night out with the boys. Only that night out would turn Cade’s world upside down. That night is the night he meets Gia. Gia is stunning and smart. She’s everything Cade should stay away from, but is powerless when it comes to their pull. Their connection is instant and overwhelming in the best way.  From their quick banter and mysterious pasts, these two are more a like than you might think. They’ve both made mistakes and both would change their pasts if they could. And there’s just something about Gia that makes Cade want to protect her. For once in his life, he wants to do what’s right and help someone out. Gia makes him want to be a better man.

Overall, I really enjoyed this story. My Every Breath hits the ground running and never looks back. This story is action packed and filled with secrets and lots of twists. I found the characters to be perfectly flawed and easy to relate to. I thought Gia and Cade were a terrific match for each other. Not only did they twist each other up in knots, but they were both stubborn and afraid to give away their trust. Cade was totally alpha and was determined to not only protect Gia, but to win her over for himself. The chemistry between Cade and Gia just sizzled and these two definitely steamed up the pages together.

I enjoyed every moment of this story from beginning to end. I loved getting swept up in Cade and Gia’s story. It had the perfect balance of suspense, action, sexy good times and characters that just left you begging for more.

I can’t wait to see what this author has in store for her readers next.

*I was provided an ARC copy of this book, in exchange for an honest review*

FREE on Amazon: May 3-May 7

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I was about to parachute into enemy territory, when my wife informed me via Skype that she was leaving me for some Wall Street broker and taking my daughter with her.

Yeah, that burned. Being a SEAL prepares you for a lot in life – but not for a blow like that.

A year later I wind up in New York instead of re-enlisting. The crazy city, civilian life–I’m not gonna lie: it’s hard. I’m pretty sure clubbing in New York requires night vision goggles, too.

I can handle anything if it means being in my daughter’s life, though. She’s all that matters. So the last thing I want is to fall for someone, especially some rich Manhattan elitist with walls ten feet high.

Grace Parker-King. Even her name sounds uptight. She’s off-limits for so many reasons, but at the moment, I can’t seem to care. And when her seemingly put-together life starts to spin out of control, and my instincts to protect and save kick in, I should turn away.

But I don’t.

A current nominee for the 2018 RONE Award.

My Every Breath follows after the story of Someone Like You, but it’s a stand-alone and a grittier book with more action (romance suspense) – so Someone Like You does not need to be read first.

About Brittney Sahin

Brittney Sahin began writing at an early age, with the dream to be a published author before the age of 18. Although academic pursuits (and, later, a teaching career) interrupted her aspirations, she never stopped writing–never stopped imagining.

It wasn’t until her students encouraged her to follow her dreams that Brittney said goodbye to Upstate New York in order to start a new adventure in the place she was raised: Charlotte, North Carolina. Here, she decided to take her students’ advice and begin to write again.

In 2015, she published her first novel, The Safe Bet. When she is not working on upcoming novels, she spends time with her family. She is a proud mother of two boys, and a lover of suspense novels, coffee, and the outdoors.

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