Rulebreaker

Rulebreaker

by Cathy Pegau
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Overview

Rulebreaker by Cathy Pegau

Liv Braxton's Felon Rule #1: Don't get emotionally involved.

Smash-and-grab thieving doesn't lend itself to getting chummy with the victims, and Liv hasn't met anyone on the mining colony of Nevarro worth knowing, anyway. So it's easy to follow her Rules.

Until her ex, Tonio, shows up with an invitation to join him on the job of a lifetime.

Until Zia Talbot, the woman she's supposed to deceive, turns Liv's expectations upside down in a way no woman ever has.

Until corporate secrets turn deadly.

But to make things work with Zia, Liv has to do more than break her Rules, and the stakes are higher than just a broken heart…

89,000 words

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781426896200
Publisher: Carina Press
Publication date: 04/15/2013
Sold by: HARLEQUIN
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 384
Sales rank: 350,770
File size: 984 KB

About the Author

Cathy Pegau's muse almost always finds some sort of sci fi, fantasy or paranormal bend. Her debut novel, Rulebreaker, was released in Aug. 2011, Caught in Amber in Jan. 2013, and the third Nevarro book, Deep Deception, in May 2013. She lives in Alaska with her husband, kids, pets and the occasional black bear that roams thru the yard. Say hi at cathy@cathypegau.com or on Twitter @CathyPegau

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Rulebreaker 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
What I liked: I loved the development of the romance between the two heroines, Liv and Zia. It was sweet, sensual, and felt very natural. I'm also a sucker for a redeemed thief. There was plenty of angst and heartbreak, which are top of my wish list for a story with real emotional punch. The world building was solid, though a little lacking in SF elements for my usual fare, and very smooth and believable character development. I also like how the story fitted in with Caught in Amber and Deep Deception, but without requiring you to read either in order to follow the setting and characters. What I didn't like: The SF elements were a touch on the light side for my tastes. This, however, is a plus for anyone put off SciFi romance by the prospect of heavy scientific or technical description that might bog the story down. In conclusion: This is an ideal starting point for those new to SciFi romance while still delivering a satisfyingly romantic thriller/action filled story for long-term SFR fans. Fans of industrial espionage might also enjoy this story, as will f/f readers.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago