Book Review: Broken Rules (Rules #1) by Hanleigh Bradley

Goodreads Synopsis:

Aurora Stone knows what it means to keep the rules. She’s lived with the expectations of the people around her. The only person whose expectations aren’t met? Hers. On the spur of the moment, Aurora decides to break the rules. Only the list seems endless and Aurora is a little overwhelmed by it. When she sees Landon sat at the bar watching her, she makes a split second decision that might just change her life, one broken rule at a time. The list of broken rules quickly exceeds the number of rules they keep as they embark on this whirl wind adventure of control and chaos.

Chick and Brain Rating 5 out of 5 stars

I met these two characters when reading “Damaged Intimacy”, I wanted to know more than but thought I had to wait for the next installment in the series to find out more. I was pleasantly surprised when I discovered they had a series of their own!

“Broken Rules” is a story about two people who have let rules guide their entire lives, until the night they met each other. Aurora was the perfect child for her parents. Unlike her unruly younger sister, she has followed all of the rules they have set forth for her since birth. However, when her friend Tallulah mysteriously returns home from university she is more than ready to break some of those rules. Aurora was going to live her life not the life her parents laid out for her, and Landon was just the man who was going to help her.

Landon lived by rules. In short, he was man whore who had rules to ensure that him and the ladies her was with were protected from wanting anymore from each other than a good night in the sack. Once Landon set eyes on Aurora, all of his rules suddenly were forgotten. Landon has never wanted to break a rule more in his life, than the rules he set about giving another woman his heart.

Bradley gives us exactly as the title states. A story about two rule breakers that have finally decided to start living for themselves instead of hiding in the shadows of others. This is a short quick read that I would recommend to anyone who has read “Damaged Intimacy” or just wish for a good minimal angst love story. I can not wait to get my hands on the next installment.

*I received this ARC in exchange for an honest review *


Until next time,



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