Christian Ryan knows love when he sees it. Having watched his uncles and father fall in love right in front of his eyes, he’s confident Nia Matthews is his forever girl. Absolutely nothing will stand in his way of making Nia his.
Nia Matthews has loved Christian Ryan her whole life. He’s her best friend, her lover, her everything. But she yearns for more. She yearns for a life outside of Booker, a life of her own.
When it comes to light just how apart the two are, the distance seems insurmountable. Will they break up, break out, or realise that sometimes the best things come from the most unexpected circumstances?
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Breaking Out is book seven in the Rocking Racers series. Each book can be read as a standalone, but if you have followed the series you are tickled to learn Christian has grown up and gets his story. It is great to see the secondary characters and how close this growing family (Ryan’s, Racers and more) is. I know that a series must eventually end, but I hope the next generation continues beyond the one we know is coming or even as a novella on the kids down the road. Whether you read one book or read them all there is enough background given for you to feel as you have always been apart of the family without feeling like you are missing anything. Christian isn’t afraid of the family curse, let’s say that. He’s had great role models growing up and he knows love when he sees it. Who cares that he was young when this occurred, but with young love comes some growing up to do on both people’s parts. He has loved Nia and same for her their whole life, but once they decide to take it beyond the friendship level they must decide on where they see this going in the future. They are close, but so far apart on some levels. That’s okay though as they are young and need to explore their life to get to their happy place. Christian and Nia must decide on whether they should break out of their bubble, remain as is by settling or break up and think about being together in the future, if that is an option. The emotions you endure reading this story is truly felt between these characters and you question yourself on what would you do. Although you may or may not agree on some events I believe they way the story was portrayed and ended was in line with the characters. This book was smoking hot (don’t get me wrong so where her other books), but for some reason this one held more growth and issues that make young love survive. Some does and some doesn’t. Will their future end together or apart is the question? Read and find out! I will surely miss this series when it ends.