Today and Armed Forces Day here in the US and to celebrate those serving in the Armed Forces, Breaking the Rules is free to download. Breaking the Rules is a friends-to-lovers romance that also deals with the tough subjects of combat-related post-traumatic stress and veteran suicide so do take that into consideration before reading. But while it touches on those themes, it’s a romance in its very core, a story about hope, love, and family. It also brings you back to Taos, New Mexico where a Different Kind of Love series started!
Here are a few of the reviews, including my favorite from CarlyQ! Miss you, girl!
“I love Liz Durano’s real romance style of writing. I love her imperfect characters and how beautifully alive her locations feel. I’ve never been to Taos but someday when I go I’ll feel like I’m coming home. Loved the book!” – Carly Quinn, author of Solitude and Kawaipuna Cottage
“Breaking All the Rules addresses the issue of PTSD and its impact on returned servicemen and women and their families. Liz illustrates, without judgement, the difficulties of dealing with trauma and the impact of suicide on families and communities. Her eloquence and compassion is evident throughout this story.” – Mahalia, Amazon review
“What a roller coaster ride of emotions. This book had it all. Romance, heartbreak, dealing with the side effects of PTSD & finding a way to cope, survive & come out stronger on the other side.” –Andi, Amazon review
“It’s a story filled with love, deep issues, heartache, regret and second chances and I loved every minute!” – Sheridan, Goodreads review
“I was completely hooked on this story from the first page. Sawyer and Alma are so real in their emotions and actions. They are flawed but they are working hard to be the best version of themselves they can be. Great book!!” –Ellen, Goodreads review
You can also read it in Kindle Unlimited. If you don’t have Kindle Unlimited, try it out for free here.