When Dr. Nick Gardiner goes on the run from a psychotic ex and ends up at Olympic Cove, the last thing he expects to find is his friend Ian living with two redheaded demigods and learning how to be a storm god. Adding to the confusion is a wounded merman named Aidan who washes up in the cove, requiring Nick’s professional help. As it turns out, the handsome mer and his partner Liam have other plans for the ER doctor — to claim him as their agapetos, their destined mate, and fulfill his need to submit.
I highly recommend reading Storm Season prior to reading Breaker Zone. While it can be read as a standalone, to fully understand the events that are occurring you need to know what happened in the previous book.
If you all have ever read my reviews before (which I hope you have, but if not I’ll forgive you this time lol) you know that I love paranormal romance, M/M romance, most anything to do with the gods, and a variety of other genres as long as the book keeps my attention, pulls me in and makes me want to continue reading it, I, 99.9% of the time will love the book. At times I am hard to please and I go through ruts where nothing I read seems to work out. So when I had the opportunity to read something that has paranormal type elements, Greek gods, to be more specific a fantasy sci-fi twist to it, along with M/M/M ménage action, I said sign me up. I made sure to read the first book before starting this one so I didn’t miss out on anything. I will admit the first book, while sexy and hot, took me a while to really get into. I wasn’t sure I would even finish it to be honest but I knew I had to try since I was reading the second book for a review. I am glad I finished because it made me want to read the second book and Breaker Zone is, in my opinion, so much better than Storm Season was.
The chemistry between Nick, Aidan, and Liam is explosive. They are soul mates decreed by the Fates. Does this mean that things are cemented immediately? Nope not even close, mistakes were made and it took work to fill in the cracks. Is there drama? Hell yeah there is but it is all a part of the story and it works.
I don’t want to give anything away because I want people to give this series a chance. It actually pulled me into its world and has me wanting the next book just so I can see where this is all going to play out. It is different and I think that is what made me enjoy it because it wasn’t the same story over and over again. If you are looking for something a little different than your usual read, pick up the series and give it a chance. I think you will enjoy it like I did, oh and have a clean pair of panties close by because these sex scenes are H.O.T. hot.
Nicola Cameron is a married woman of a certain age who really likes writing about sex. When not writing about sex, she likes to knit. And she may be rather fond of absinthe. Well, it’s true!
Okay, the full version: Nicola Cameron has had a healthy interest in sex since puberty, but it wasn’t until 2012 that she decided to write about it. Turns out that the skills picked up during her SF writing career transfer rather nicely to erotic romance and erotica — who knew? She's currently working on Book Three in her Olympic Cove series and hopes to turn it in by mid-January. When not writing, she’s usually making Stuff™, kissing her husband, or entertaining her cats.