The Big Break

The Big Break Sometimes You Just Have To Dive InSince The Tsunami Nearly Ended His Career A Year Ago, Extreme Surfer Kai Brady Has Kept A Dark Secret He S Terrified To Get Back On His Board With Everything He S Worked For On The Line, Kai Needs A Miracleand A Kick Ass Trainer That Miracle Is A Gorgeous Single Mum, Jun LeeJun Lee Can See That The Heartbreakingly Gorgeous Surfer Who D Selflessly Rescued Her Son When Disaster Struck Now Needs To Be Saved Himself But The Attraction Between Them Proves To Be A Force Stronger Than The Ocean, And Just As Dangerous

I m the USA Today bestselling author of than 17 books I ve written in a number of genres chick lit, romance, suspense, paranormal and young adult My debut novel, I Do But I Don t was made into a Lifetime Original movie.I grew up in Mesquite, Texas, which for those of you who like livestock shows, is the home of the Mesquite Rodeo Ironically, Mesquite was named after Mesquite trees, only

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  • Paperback
  • 380 pages
  • The Big Break
  • Cara Lockwood
  • 09 April 2018
  • 9780373609512

10 thoughts on “The Big Break

  1. says:

    An okay read I loved the Big Island of Hawaii setting I liked hero Kai and thought his being a champion Big Wave Surfer who s now afraid to get back on his surfboard after he suffered through a trauma in a tsunami a year ago, was pretty interesting Heroine Jun s young son, Po, was adorable But Jun was just too annoying and grated on my nerves as the book progressed She was too stubborn with her my way or no way attitude and was unreasonable Her 4 year old son, Po, was also traumatized during the tsunami and was still trying to move on from it, but whenever someone tried to help Po, Jun would get angry with them because she wanted to be the only one to help Po She seemed to care about her pride than what was best for her son I also got tired of the way she ran hot and cold with Kai The book had an interesting premise, but I just never warmed up to Jun.

  2. says:

    3.75 4 starsBoth Jun and Kai are flawed, flawed characters Jun is trying to raise her son on her own, after being rejected by her tiger mother, who died shortly after They never reconciled, leaving Jun wounded and defensive Her mother was perfect and wise, and Jun obviously screwed up by listening to a smooth talker when she was 19 and ending up pregnant and abandoned by both the father AND her mother.Kai saved Po, Jun s son, during a tsunami A pro surfer, his leg was broken in several places during the disaster Kai lives for surfing, and can t imagine life without it However, the very proud man is having a great deal of difficulty admitting that he s now afraid of the water He s been spending most of the year since the tsunami and his accident in a drunken haze, screwing around and sleeping with any tourist who crosses his path.Jun and Kai have to learn to trust themselves and each other in this moving story about an athlete who just can t quit, and a single mother who just can t learn to trust.

  3. says:

    A world class surfer needs to know when to quit, but even after a crash that wreaks his knee, Kai Brady doesn t want to quit Instead, he hired Jun Lee, who asks him to meditate, stop eating junk food, and refrain from sex What When Kai finally agrees to all her rules, he considers himself healed after all, he is now surfing again and doing well But he also wants to create a family with Jun and her little boy, but she can t allow herself to want him except in her dreams When will Kai see that Jun is important than surfing More importantly, when will Jun agree that life with Kai is what she also wants

  4. says:

    3.5 stars

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