Breach (Breach #1) Kindle Edition
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Nathan Thorne is one of the dirtiest talking alpha's that I have ever read about! He masks his true self, and doesn't let anyone see him, the REAL Nathan. He begins working at the same law firm that Delilah works for. They have to share an office, so of course they spend a lot of time together. Delilah comes across to her coworkers as frigid and cold. When in reality she has such low self esteem, that I can't help but feel her pain. I think she comes across as frigid because she is trying to protect herself. Only a select few friends really know the trauma that she has dealt with in her past. Her past is the reason that she feels the way she does about herself. She thinks that she is no one special, ugly, useless and unwanted. My heart broke for her, the feelings that she has is so toxic to her well being.
Nathan is instantly pulled towards Delilah and intrigued by her. When they finally come together it is like an explosion, unexpected and dangerous.
"I whimpered again, unable to speak anymore. Incoherent sounds were all that came out. I'd never had it like that--so rough. I loved it. He was gritty, demanding, and had a dirty mouth that sent me into overdrive."
Nathan and Delilah are both sexual creatures. Nathan was able to provide Delilah with what she had been craving without realizing it. Their encounters become addictive, they can't get enough of each other. Nathan is angry at himself for having these feelings towards Delilah, and he seems to take his aggression with that out on her.
"You should stay stay away from me, Lila. I'm no good for you. Run while you can. Run away from me,and don't look back. I'm not worth your life."
Those words spoken by Nathan should have scared Delilah. She is so much stronger than she gives herself credit for. I feel like she doesn't even know or acknowledge how strong she really is. It is so much easier to look inside ourselves and see our weakness instead of our strengths. This relationship between these two seems toxic at first but as you delve deeper into the story, you learn more and realize that these two are perfect for each other. They can both give the other what they need to start some kind of healing process from their past.
"Nathan was tempting me and sucking me into his world. I wanted to be part of it, be part of his soul. he was my God, and I worshipped him."
Breach ends in a big cliffhanger and I am so glad that I have Infraction already on my kindle to jump right into. I need more of these two and I am excited to delve deeper into this series!
Lila Palmer has done everything she can to maintain a structured way of life. Lila had a difficult upbringing, and the trauma has caused her to feel unworthy of love. Working hard in a law firm, she has tried to keep herself secluded in a bubble with her close friends, work, and her Friday night drinking binges. When her new office mate Nathan Thorne enters her life, his presence hits her like a tsunami.
Nathan Thorne is a damaged soul, and yet, he exudes sexiness. He and Lila are drawn together like moths to the flame. A passionate, forbidden romance begins, and as they explore each other (thoroughly), the physical connection transforms into an emotional bond that breaks down their barriers and forges an unpenetrable force between the two. Lila and Nathan are desperate to keep their office affair intact and hidden from the world. Together they are like two broken people made whole. However, when the two recognize the depth of their feelings for each other, Nathan fears for Lila's life and pushes her away. The pull between Nathan and Lila becomes stronger than ever as the reality of life apart rips them to shreds.
Told in dual POV, Breach is a stunning read with beautiful characters and a twisted plot. Nathan is the sexiest dirty talker I have ever read, and the passion he feels for Lila is intense and felt thoroughly throughout the read. The pacing of the read is heightened due to the sexual chemistry between Lila and Nathan and paired with the all-consuming emotional force that builds between them as the story unfolds it is undeniable that these two characters are meant to be together. Some of the trauma that Lila experienced was truly heartbreaking, and Nathan's demons are equally as painful. Moreover, yet, together they make each other whole. I adore these characters so much and watching them come together and break apart was something I will never forget. This beautiful broken story is full of passion and heart and some serious dirty talking!
Overall, I have long been a fan of K.I. and Breach is the story that started it all. I highly recommend this series to all of my contemporary romance fans that enjoy a little dark and a lot of dirty in their reads! Simply stated, everyone should experience Nathan Thorne. Just one taste of Mr. Thorne and you won't be able to stop until you get more. I am so glad I went back and re-read this epic work. I look forward to continuing the journey with Nathan and Lila. I will never get enough!
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