Release: December 9, 2014
In the latest tantalizing Rule Breakers novel from Jennifer Chance, an irresistible alpha male follows his ex into a deadly standoff—and reignites a heated affair.
For Erin Connelly, being a good girl isn’t such a bad thing. She’s working her dream job at a Boston art gallery and staying out of trouble, which is more than she can say for her deadbeat mom. Unfortunately, her mother’s latest misadventure lands her in the clutches of a Mexican drug lord. Now the only person who can save her is the one man Erin has no business asking for help: the sexy-as-sin army ranger who just so happens to be her former high school sweetheart.
Want It, book 3 in the Rule Breakers series, is a story all about getting a second chance at love with a bit more of a dramatic twist to it.
Though Want It wasn't my favorite out of the this series so far, I do like stories like this--stories about lost loves and coming back together. Zander is the typical guy out looking for adventure and Erin is a little more cautious, and eventually their high school romance ends abruptly and leaves some unresolved issues. Fast forward some odd years and now Erin needs help finding her absentee mother who has been abducted and Zander is the man for the job. I wasn't sure if I was going to get into the whole "my mom has been abducted" thing, but it worked and added that dash of drama, but I'm more into romance and towards the last half of the book, I just didn't feel it. Zander still held some anger towards what happened during their breakup all those years ago and I ended up just not feeling their connection in the end. He may have forgiven her, but I didn't feel it the way I probably should have by the books end. Despite all that, I've enjoyed Jennifer Chance's other work and plan to read future books, especially from this particular series because I liked the first two so much,
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Jennifer Chance is the award-winning author of the new adult Rule Breakers series. A lover of books, romance, and happily-ever-afters, she lives and writes in Ohio.