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I loved Scottie Darden so much more in this book when she is off on an adventure that seems a little more plausible and is worth true consequences. This book felt more full and real and like a great adventure. I read this one so quickly in basically one sitting, it was the perfect one to sit down and enjoy during the crazy holiday season.
After reading this one, I wouldn't mind more from this author in this series and may need to try out another series of hers.
The suspense thread takes on an air of mystery as Scottie works to discover to identify one of the parties in a photo he takes. Aside from rocking the political campaign, someone desperately wants to keep Scottie from publishing those photos. I found this thread to be intense and fascinating giving the story a little edge as Scottie finds herself in danger.
Breaking the Story plot surrounds the 2016 Campaign elections and introduces Guy Jordan. Scottie first meets him when he comes to her aid and while there is chemistry she is not in the position to act on it. Thinking he might be with the secret service on the campaign trail, she enlists his help when it becomes obvious that she stumbled on a story that might have her in danger. Guy is an all around nice guy, and I loved his back story. He added a little humor, loosened Scottie up and showed her possibilities. I enjoyed the banter between them and watching their relationship develop. There was some drama when Scottie discovers what Guy really does, but it felt realistic, as did their feelings. The romance is light with a little closed-door heat that acted as a side dish to the suspenseful/mystery thread. Copy provided by author.
Breaking the Story is a wonderful, page turning, on the edge of my seat type of story that I couldn't put down. Scottie, being the photojournalist she is, just needs to take that one perfect photo to skyrocket her career. But she captures a shot that lands her in a whole bunch of trouble; her life is in danger kind of trouble.
And then along comes Guy Jordan. Is he the man to help her out of this tight and dangerous situation? Or does he, himself, present a whole other problem? She's not sure who she can trust anymore.
I loved this story as I have loved everything else that Ashley has written and I really hope Ashley has plans to make this a series. I am looking forward to more adventures with Scottie. She is a wonderful main character and I think this is a great beginning to what could be an amazing series!