Sunday, April 10, 2016

Just Breathe

Book Review

Just Breathe (Just Breathe, #3)
Title: Just Breathe 
Author: Martha Sweeney 
Date Published: February 16, 2016
Publisher: Kralik Consultants 
Genre: Adult Romance
Page Count: 418
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There’s an irresistibly sexy man in my life who came out of nowhere and somehow has stuck to me.  I’m not complaining — I just never saw my life happening like this.  My life has changed completely from almost a year ago — something I vowed would never happen, and yet, it has.  I’ve broken my rules, all of them because of him. 

Our relationship is forced out into the public — something I'm not sure I'm ready for at all. There are many things that make me uncomfortable, mainly because I've never had a boyfriend before. Certain things arise in my life, complicating it even more, testing me in so many ways all while having to face the demons of my past.

What do you say to someone who says they love you when you still don't understand your own emotions?

Will Emma break through life's obstacles and allow herself to love and be loved?

This book is not a standalone and is meant to be read after reading the first and second books (Breathe In & Breathe Out) of the Just Breathe series.

Please note: There are sexually explicit scenes F/M and F/F/M

My Thoughts:

I received an ARC from the author in exchange for an honest review. 

This was a great ending to an amazing trilogy! Just Breathe begins right where Breathe Out left off and boy, I’m glad it did since Martha left us with a huge cliff hanger in the ending of the last book. I loved how everything came together for all the characters I have grown to love. I will always love Martha's writing it is so detailed that I feel that if I ever went to Pasadena, CA I would run into Joe and Emma and all of their family and believe me I wouldn't mind running into Joe; that man is amazing and the way he treats Emma is just so perfect, the man is just perfect and everyone deserves to find their Joe Covelli. Emma went through a lot of character development in this book and I really enjoyed it; she has opened up so much and has come such a long way since we met her in Breathe In. The twist that Martha hit me with was absolute perfection it made my heart warm and I was so happy to see the story take the direction it did. The only thing that did bother me a little was how much Joe's and Emma's families were involved in their relationship it was just too overwhelming at times and if I were them I would have told them to just let us breathe a little, other than that this trilogy was a great romance with some steamy scenes that will NOT disappoint. If you have yet to pick this trilogy up and are looking for a good romance look no further. 


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