He’s fighting to protect his heart. She’s fighting to protect her honor.
Brooding, high school quarterback, Train Everly, was on the fast track to play college football until one misstep at a party put his chances in jeopardy. Now in his senior year, he’s sworn off girls, no steady relationships and definitely no sex. The last girl he’d fallen for tore out his heart and stomped on it with stiletto heels.
Graffiti artist Montana Smith has been expelled from high school more times than her mother cares to count. But the new sleepy, southern town is ripe with temptation, especially when Montana meets the star quarterback. She’s drawn to Train’s sea-green eyes, and his quiet personality. She isn’t ready for his moodiness or his ex-girlfriend.
As their relationship ebbs and flows, and the drama explodes, both will be tempted to do things that could lead to trouble.
Breaking Rules is a standalone new adult sports romance. Train and Montana’s story is laced with humor, angst, mystery, secrets, and high school drama with a happily ever after. The setting takes on the coast of South Carolina where sun, fun, and beach parties are the norm.
I loved Train and Montana!
Oh man, did SB Alexander ever knock it out of the park with this one. Train and Montana were just what I needed. The chemistry between them was hot and instant. But it didn't have the typical "high school" love feel about it. It was deeper, stronger and so much more intense. Watching these two figure out how they felt about each other was hilarious at time. They pushed each other's buttons and get out of their typical comfort zones.
Montana has a history of not being what her mom wants, so when they arrive in South Carolina to start fresh, she promises to try and fit in- but mostly stay out of trouble. Starting a new school for her senior year of high school wasn't what he had planned, but then she meets Train. All bets are off.
Train has sworn off girls. He needs to focus on football and not let girls mess with his head. After the disaster of a relationship last year, he starts his senior year ready to focus on football and keeping his nose clean, enter Montana and things suddenly change or do they?
Watching these two figure out what they want was one of my favorite parts of the story. The attraction was there and they know/feel it, but they both have hesitations regarding relationships. Will they be able to get over it and find happiness together or is torturing each other a better idea?
I loved every word of this story. I was laughing out loud during parts and swooning in others. I can't wait to see what else SB Alexander brings us!