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Thursday, 27 July 2017

BLOG TOUR, REVIEW & #GIVEAWAY - Breaking Roman (The Moran Family #3) by Alexis James

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Breaking Roman
by Alexis James
(The Moran Family #3)
Publication date: June 27th 2017
Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Romance


They call me Romeo.
I love romancing women, and I’m good at it.
Too bad it is all a ruse.

Roman, the youngest of the three Moran brothers, is the only one who has ever believed in true love. Too bad his one special person barely acknowledges his existence.

Sabrina Morris spends her days running the HR Department of The Moran Group, and her nights corralling her teenage daughter. She doesn’t have time for love. She’s heard the stories, but Roman is not at all what she expects him to be. His gentle nature catches her completely off-guard. She doesn’t expect to be attracted to him, and she certainly doesn’t expect him to be equally drawn to her. But can she see past his Romeo façade and allow the warm, loving man into her life?

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5 out of 5 (exceptional)

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This book was a single day read for me. I’d like to say it was a single sitting read but adulthood/motherhood prevented that. This was a story that made you not want to put it down. It made you want to keep reading. It was such a wonderful read!

I love it when the main character is a male who falls head over heels in love. I love watching the male doing a little groveling and being the one to obsess a little more than the female. It happens pretty rarely so when it does happen it makes me really enjoy the story a little more.

There is so much love in this book it’s without a doubt a feel good book. It might give you chills and it might make you wish you had a family like Roman does. It also might just reinforce how important family is and it reinforces the fact family doesn’t always mean blood. Family is simply a group of people who love fiercely and fight to the ends of the earth for anyone that is included as such.

My only wish was that the author might have expanded a little more towards the end of the story. I don’t want to give anything away or ruin the story but that’s my biggest complaint. I feel the author could have expanded on this part of the story and felt it might have been a little rushed. I think it played an important part of the story and really reinforced that family bond.

I loved this story. I enjoyed the characters and enjoyed their banter. The details and descriptions for the most part were on par with a great story. I’d definitely recommend reading this book and even without reading them, I’d branch out and say that I’d read the other book in the series as well.

* A copy of this book was provided to me with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read this book, and the comments here are my honest opinion. *

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Boxed set of books 1-3 in The Moran Family series

Alexis James lives on the beautiful Central California coast. When she’s not spending time with her hubby of almost 30 years or her amazing kids, you can find her tapping away on the computer. She loves reading, spending time with family, reading, camping, reading….and writing too! She enjoys a good date night, an inexpensive glass of wine, and any story that can make her smile and/or cry.

Alexis’s first novel, “Losing Faith”, was released in September 2014. Her second novel, “Loving Emma”, is a standalone, though it does feature some characters from “Losing Faith”.
She invites you to visit her author pages on Facebook and Goodreads, and her website: You can also follow her on Twitter (@alexisjames27) or you can email her at:

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  1. Great review, Amy! I love it when you can really feel the connection between the characters in a book! This sounds like a compelling, well written read! :)

    1. Thanks, Giselle! It most definitely was a compelling, well written read! :-)