“And I just want to tell you
It takes everything in me not to call you
And I wish I could run to you
And I hope you know that
every time I don’t,
I almost do. I almost do.” – Taylor Swift
First off, a HUGE thank you, once again, to Lisa Wilson of Pixel Pixie Design for her hard work on the cover. Working with her is the best.
As a married mother of three, Addison Greyer has always been known for doing the right thing. Hoping to keep it that way, she fought like hell to avoid falling for the mysterious, highly successful, albeit broken man whom the world knows as William Hartman. But what Addison didn’t understand was that you can’t help who you fall in love with and that it almost never happens the way you think it should.
Unfortunately for Addison, William Hartman and her desire for him continue to occupy her mind every single waking moment of the day. There’s something undeniable in the way he makes her feel. From the way he looks at her to the way he so eloquently professes his love and longing via written letters, it suddenly becomes pretty clear that some rules were made to be broken.
With the two of them separated by a trial, public opinion, and a marriage that seems to be unraveling by the hour, Addison tries to keep it all together as life as she knows it is falling apart. However, as the pressure mounts, Addison soon realizes the price she’ll pay to keep everyone else happy.
In this highly anticipated sequel to Bedrock, Addison and William rekindle their torrid, sensual affair through a series of love letters. What remains to be seen is whether their love and desire for one another can sustain them as they attempt to overcome the realities of their broken pasts and build a future together.
Due to heavy subject matter, strong language, and sexual content this book is for mature audiences.
Expected Release: October 15, 2013. Click here to add to your Goodreads TBR.
P.S. For those of you (I know, I already hear you!) who are going to make fun of me for using Taylor Swift lyrics above, whatever. Listen to the song (if you can help yourself) and tell me it doesn’t fit William and Addison’s situation perfectly. 🙂 Also, a little fun fact, Breaking Bedrock was thisclose to being titled Lover to Lover (because of the series of love letters in the book) BUT my betas nixed it, saying it sounds like the protagonist sleeps around, which is apparently really bad because the odds are already stacked against her. Ha! Oh well… I guess it’s still up for grabs for my next book. : ) The truth is, I wrote a lot to Florence + The Machine’s, Lover To Lover, and I am head over heels in love with her and the song.