Book Review: Breakout by Aven Ellis

Title: Breakout (Dallas Demons #3)
Author: Aven Ellis
Published: November 4th 2015 by Soul Mate Publishing
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Blurb: Lexi has an editing job for a corporate account, but it’s not fulfilling. Nor is her dating life, despite having the so-called help of The One Online Dating Service. Lexi knows there has to be more for her—on both fronts. She’s ready to take the next step, but it doesn't seem like it’s going to happen anytime soon. 
Until a flying puck changes everything. 

Niko Xenakis is the new Dallas Demons TV producer, and he’s looking to make his mark in his new role and hopefully work his way back to his hometown of Baltimore. But once he meets Lexi, he might just change his mind on what he wants for his future . . . 

But the road to love is never easy, complicated by the fact that they both carry emotional baggage from the past in their hearts. Can these two “breakout”of the past to find love in the present?

First of all I would like to thank the author for sending me a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.*

Review: Aven's books are like a happy place where you can escape to for a few hours and forget about everything else. And Breakout is no exception. She always creates the cutest stories with the best heroes: gorgeous and gentle guys, ready to love unconditionally. And that's the case with Niko Xenakis, perfect book boyfriend material.

When Aven first announced that she was writing a new installment in her Dallas Demons Series, I was over the moon as I am a big fan of a certain Dallas Demon captain so I was hoping for some guest appearances and I was not disappointed at all. It's always great to see how lovely Harrison and wife are doing. But what I enjoyed the most from this story was that contrary to the previous two books of the series, we get to see the other side of Hockey: the TV producers. I'm always curious to know what goes on behind the cameras and in Breakout we get a peek to the TV world which can be as stressing and fast as a hockey match.

I admit that it took me a while to warm to our main character, Lexi. I don't know why exactly but I didn't relate to her as much as to Aven's previous heroines. At firs, she seemed like a nice girl but there was something missing in her, a spark or something. But as I got to know her, I started to understand her better. I really think that Niko and her new job brought out a new more confident Lexi, which I liked better. You could really see who she evolved as a character and kind of grew up during the story.

I'm sure Aven's fans will love Breakout. She delivers all we love in her stories: love, friendship, sports and some fun banter. And if you haven't read any of Aven's book yet, where have you been? Definitely worth a read!


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