THE UNBREAKABLE CONTRACT: Now You Are Mine! by Debbie Dickerson (Review by Kristin – #NerdGirlSoldier)

The Unbreakable Contract


Author: Debbie Dickerson

Published Date: August 22nd 2015

Genre: Romantic Suspense


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Just when you think you have it all figured out…life happens!

Savannah Burgesson wanted nothing more than to continue the success of her Houston based consulting business, be completely in control of her sexual rendezvous with a plethora of one night stands, and to enjoy her beautiful Texas ranch. Her plan was working well until the day of her fortieth birthday, when she decided her extremely sexy assistant, Charleston Voss, was going to be the next notch on her belt. Charleston being only twenty eight had no chance of breaking her heart…or so she thought!

Their undeniable connection spins out of control and catches both of them off guard, which leads to love, deceit, heartbreak, soul searching, intense sex, running from the past, and chasing the future!

Both Savannah and Charleston have many ghosts from the past to overcome but she never in a million years thought that her past would collide with her present and threaten everything she has grown to desire! The question isn’t if Savannah and Charleston love each other, the question is does love really conquer all? Will she realize that she needs him as much as he needs her? Will they both live to find out?


***Adult Warning – May Contain Graphic Sex, Strong Language, Or Adult Situations. Caution Advised***
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***Kristin  – #NerdGirlSoldier’s  Review***
I tried so hard to like this book. Really I did; however, I was incredibly disappointed. For me, the plot and the characters were flat and showed very little growth. The main female character, Savannah, did nothing for me. She made no sense to me. Savannah goes from being a woman who doesn’t want to be tied down to suddenly falling in love with her assistant, who just happens to be a spy? It just didn’t work for me. Charleston, her assistant/hired spy, could have been more developed. I felt like the only role he played was satisfying Savannah sexually. I had a difficult time following why he was hired by Savannah’s ex to spy on her and his role with a federal agency.

I was also distracted by the lack of editing this book had. It was difficult to tell when people where speaking when sometimes quotation marks were used and then all of sudden they weren’t. The past and present tenses were also often mixed up so I had difficulty following the story line.


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