BOOK OF THE MONTH (Nov ’16): Breaking Point by Pamela Clare

For the month of November, I’m featuring another book from my favorite genre, Romantic Suspense. Breaking Point is my favorite installment from the I-Team series. It’s about the investigative team of journalists from the Denver Independent, a local newspaper. In the group’s quest for the truth and justice, they find themselves in a lot of dangerous situations and along the way, would meet their unlikely ally and partner for life. Sounds cheesy but I’m telling you, the series is badass and action-packed. The reading experience is guaranteed thrilling and enjoyable.

Breaking Point

by Pamela Clare

Genre: Romantic Suspense

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SYNOPSIS:

While investigating border violence in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, Denver journalist Natalie Benoit is caught in a bloody ambush and taken captive. Alone in the hands of ruthless killers, she will need every ounce of courage she possesses to survive.


Betrayed by another operative, Chief Deputy U.S. Marshal Zach McBride has endured a week of torture and interrogation at the hands of a bloodthirsty Mexican drug cartel. Ready to give his life if he must, he remains unbroken – until he hears the cries of an American woman.

Although Natalie is only a voice in the darkness of their shared prison, her plight brings renewed strength to Zach’s battered body. With her help, he overpowers their captors, and they flee through the desert toward the border, the attraction between them flaring hotter than the Sonoran sun.

But past loss and tragedy leave both of them reluctant to follow their hearts, even when the passion between them reaches its breaking point. Faced with feelings neither expected, they fight to stay ahead of the danger that hunts them as forces more powerful than they can imagine conspire to destroy them both…


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