Break of Day

Break of Day

by Mari Madison

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780425283141
Publisher: Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date: 08/02/2016
Series: Exclusive Romance Series , #2
Pages: 320
Sales rank: 688,445
Product dimensions: 4.10(w) x 6.70(h) x 1.00(d)

About the Author

Mari Madison is a former multiple Emmy Award-winning television producer and author of novels for adults and teens. She’s worked at television news stations in Boston, San Diego, and Orlando and helped launch the nationally syndicated morning show Better in New York City. Under the name Mari Mancusi, she writes young adult books, including the Blood Coven Vampire novels, most recently Soul Bound and Bad Blood. She lives in Austin, Texas, with her husband and young daughter and their dog Mesquite.

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Break of Day 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
ehaney578 More than 1 year ago
This review was written by Marie for a guest review post on Ever After Book Reviews blog: Rating: 4.5 Stars As romances go, this one was cute, light-hearted fun. The characters had great chemistry and their office romance was one that could happen to anyone in any similar setting. The author is a talented writer, with the ability to paint a beautiful setting with a smart, charming premise. I truly enjoyed this book, and can’t wait to read more from Ms. Madison! ***I read and reviewed a paperback copy of the book gifted to the blog, from the publisher, in exchange for an honest review. All conclusions reached are my own***
Barb-TRC More than 1 year ago
Break of Day by Mari Madison is the 2nd book in her Exclusive Romance series. Having read the first book in this series, Just This Night, I wasn’t sure how this book would continue with the TV News background theme. Gladly, I loved Break of Day and the wonderful characters Mari Madison has created. Piper Strong is our heroine, and a good friend of Beth (our previous heroine). Piper is counting on a promotion at News 9 to give her career a boost, and is devastated when someone less deserving is given the promotion. Piper also has a phobia of the ocean, and at Beth’s wedding on the beach with the ocean so close, it will be Asher Anderson, who will come to her rescue. Asher is our hero, and the News 9 weatherman. Asher is also the playboy son of the TV station’s owner. Asher finds himself attracted to Piper, not to mention curious as to why she has a fear of the ocean, since he is a surfer. Piper tries to stay clear of Asher, as his reputation precedes itself. Asher learns about Piper losing the job she counted on and the following day, she is called to the producer’s office with a promotion to be a producer for the weather, and writing scripts for Asher. What follows is a friendship that will turn into a sweet romance. It was a slow build romance, since each of them had their own issues. Asher’s mom is demanding and wants him to be with a high society girl, and will stop at nothing to ensure Asher does not become serious with Piper. Piper comes from a poor family, with a mother who is a drug addict, not to mention uses her daughter for money. Despite each of their issues and different backgrounds, both Asher and Piper find themselves falling in love, with each willing to do whatever is necessary to help the other, even if it means pulling away. Besides this sweet fun romance, the story was very well written by Madison, with a number of different and interesting subjects. Piper worked off hours helping homeless children, especially a young troubled boy. Asher, having met the children, will train the boy how to surf, which leads to something that he enjoys as a possible change to the better for his future. Piper’s phobia of the Ocean; Asher’s mother; and Piper’s mother are also subjects that make this story fun to read. Most of all, I loved Asher and Piper together, as they were a wonderful couple. If you enjoy a sweet romance, great couple, TV News theme, and family turmoil, than I suggest you read Break of Day.