Quinn has spent her whole life working in her dad's garage, leaving her more comfortable with a carburetor than a curling iron. Her world is turned upside down when her beloved garage is bought by none other than world famous, sexy as sin, custom car builder, Tazen Watts. He's the one man she can't stand...even though he makes her hotter than a high performance engine in top gear.
Tazen has no use for Quinn, at least not professionally, and he's making sure she knows it. But there's a spark between them that she's finding hard to ignore. She's determined to prove her talent is as impressive as her sassy mouth. When she finds out Tazen is hiding a secret that could bring down his career and everyone involved in it, she wonders: is falling for him is going to be work the risk?
**Hard To Break is a full-length standalone romance with a HEA**
Hard to Break begins when Quinn is just trying to keep the business she's grown up in alive, but when famous Tazen shows up to buy the place things start to go downhill for Quinn. She tries to do everything she can to save the place, but when that doesn't work she sets out to annoy the hell out of Tazen, but when she sets out to prove sh5e's good enough and he actually starts to want her more things start to change between them. But both of them have secrets they are keeping and when the truth comes out everything may fall apart.
This book was amazing! I adored the whole plot from start to finish!
I loved Quinn as well. She was a woman working in a mostly male profession and she rocked it. It was freaking awesome to see how good she was, and to see she didn't let anyone walk over her no matter who they were. I adored that.
Now, while I really hated Tazen in the beginning he began to grow on me through out the book, and by the end I really liked him. And I loved him and Quinn together.
The only thing that bothered me about the book was it felt like it ended much too quickly, and there could have been a little bit more conflict and more together time for the hero and heroine, but other than that I truly adored the book! I look forward to more in this series!