Review: Girl Breaker by Harper Kincaid @HarperKincaid

Harper Kincaid

Girl Breaker
Break on Through, Book 3
January 17, 2017



Sometimes the best thing a good girl can do is make a bad decision.

Jessica has always been the girl with her head in the clouds and her nose in a book, only dating the “nice guys”. But when rough-around-the-edges Viking-biker-god, Mad Max, and his precocious little girl move onto her street, Jessica falls hard and fast for both of them. Max is no stranger to women wanting to share his bed—and he’s always been more than happy to oblige them all. He’s lived wild all his life—that is, until a daughter shows up on his doorstep and he meets a redheaded angel down the block.

There’s nothing more he wants than to claim Jessica as his, to bring the gorgeous spitfire to his bed. But a man like him doesn’t get a happy ending with a woman like her. He’s got a whole other life, one he’s kept secret for good reason. If Jessica found out what he really is, there’s no way she could love him. He should keep his hands to himself. But he’s Mad Max—he’s never done the right thing, and he’s not going to start now.

Warning: Contains a dominating alpha male who’s a lot more than he seems, and a good girl with a swirl of flavors under her vanilla


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Harper Kincaid hits another home run in Girl Breaker.  Harper mixes fairy tales and motorcycles to bring an epic story of love, laughter, and loads of spice.

Jessica lives with her head in clouds of romance and happily-ever-afters.  When she meets Max and his daughter Piper, Jessica believes she has found the family she dreams about.  The problem lies in that Max believes he is not good enough for her and continually has a tendency to hurt Jessica.  While pushing Jessica away, it tends to hurt Piper in the process.  Piper is a young girl who has had so many changes in her short life so far.  She craves familiarity, and that to her is one fun loving Jessica.  Also, danger also looms from the aftereffect of what happened to Jessica’s sister, Samantha.  Will everything be lost before they even get a chance to begin?

Girl Breaker is fantastic.  There is not one thing wrong with the story at all.  It contains a perfect plot, conflicts, and even fun-loving characters who are easy to become attached to while reading.  Girl Breaker makes me want to go back and reread the first two books of the series.

I think my favorite part of the story is the characters.  Jessica had her head in the clouds that when reality set in at times, the situations really would hurt her.  She has this innocence that makes her a perfect match for one rough and tumble Max.  Also, I also enjoyed her best friend, Natalie.  I hope we get to read her story next.  Natalie is the type of friend we all love to have, supportive but not overly demanding.  Max’s daughter Piper is another great addition to Girl Breaker.  Piper adores Jessica, and you can see the love and fun they have for each other.  That right there made you want to root for a great happily-ever-after.

Harper again does a superb job when writing this excellent novel.  I recommend this to lovers of men, motorcycles, and a girl with a tendency for fairy tale endings.

Happy reading!!!

About the Author:

A woman with the heart of a revolutionary,

The mind of a pragmatist,

And the inappropriate humor of your tipsy BFF…

Born in California and raised in South Florida, Harper Kincaid has moved around like a gypsy with a bounty on her head ever since. Along the way, she has worked as a community organizer, an art teacher, a popular blogger, and a crisis counselor (to name a few). All the while, longing to have the guts and follow-through to do what she really wanted: to write and become a published author. That wish has finally come true and she’s tickled hot pink.

When not writing, she adores listening to indie, lo-fi, complaint rock played on vinyl, the theater, well-informed optimism, happy endings (both kinds), and making those close to her laugh ’til they snort. She is a self-admitted change junkie, loving new experiences and places, but have now happily settled in the cutest lil’ town, Vienna, Virginia.

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