Review of Breach of Contract: Nashvegas Series, Book 2 by Laramie Briscoe @HatterServices

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5

Everett James (EJ) Thompson and Brianna Jenkins Thompson got married on a drunken night in Las Vegas. With both of them being music stars, and Everett being the oldest son of two musicians that also made news, they have a lot of hurdles to jump over to find their way to a Happy Ever After. Brianna has her own obstacles in her life and when she finally finds a way to clear the path, another obstacle is put in her way. Now they have to fight their record label, which they share, as well as the secrets that Brianna has been keeping. When things heat up, is when the real fight begins for these two and they will have more than one battle to fight.

I loved this second book with EJ and Brianna. It brought tears to my eyes, but it was such a great read of how not everyone has an easy path in life. We may not all have the same path, but there are struggles along the way for more than just the people that are not in the spotlight. I love the characters and the series. Laramie Briscoe writes books that will stay with you well after you’ve finished reading them. The chemistry between the characters is great, but as they find along the way, it’s not all that they have that will make their future smooth. They will have to work at their marriage and their relationship if they want the HEA that Harmony and Reaper have. I give this story a 5-star review and I am looking forward to more of The Nashvegas Series to come.

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