Review: Rules Are Made To Be Broken by Mylissa Demeyere
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Summary - For almost a decade, Charlotte Dubois has loved Will Henderson from afar, squelching her heart's silent yearnings. But no way could she date her best friend Kelsey's brother. Their whole friendship is based on one rule: No friend of Kelsey can ever date Will. Charlotte has watched him date and break more hearts than should be legal.
Will Henderson never got over that stolen kiss he shared with Charlotte years ago--though he's tried valiantly to rid his system of his sister's best friend. When circumstances bring the two into each other's arms again, Will wants to convince Charlotte to break the rules and take a chance on him. But to do so, they will have to hide their relationship from the ones they love most. Can true love triumph, or will they both end up losing?
What I Liked About The Book - Mylissa is a good writer and I'm always impressed because English is her second language. Will was very likable for me because he's sweet and flirty, but mostly because he's supportive of Charlotte and her choice to keep things a secret, even when he wants to out the relationship. You know that she's important to him because he sacrifices his desires for her. There were a few times when I wanted Charlotte to woman-up and come clean because I believed that Kelsey could handle the truth. But like the rest of womankind, I tend to be harder on heroines than heroes. Sometimes, when it comes to relationships, even grown-ups can't be confident. My minor gripes with Charlotte aside, the chemistry between characters was good.
Appropriate For - All Mylissa's books are clean, so you can enjoy it regardless of you steam comfort level. Not inappropriate for youth but not really geared at teens either.
About The Author - Mylissa Demeyere was born in Belgium, and resides in the beautiful city of Ghent. She lives in a somewhat organized home with her four beautiful children and the love of her life. If she isn't working, she's writing, running, reading, or enjoying time with her kids, who are growing up way too fast.