Guest Review: Break of Day by Mari Madison

There’s a chance of a heat wave for the crew at News 9 San Diego...

Asher Anderson is an amazing surfer—with a body to match—but he’s pretty much the world’s worst weatherman. He’d prefer to catch the perfect swells in the morning so he tapes his forecasts in advance—it never rains much in San Diego anyway. The suits at News 9, however, would love to fire him, but since he’s the son of the station owner, they’ll just have to get creative...

Piper Strong thinks she’s scored her dream job when she’s promoted to weather producer. Glorified babysitter is more like it—she’s now responsible for bringing Asher back to shore. The problem is she’s afraid of the water, and she wasn’t counting on her growing attraction to Asher. But if Piper can just weather this storm, she'll be able to carve out a career to be proud of—and maybe even a place in her heart for love....





As romances go, this one was cute, light-hearted fun. The characters had great chemistry and their office romance was one that could happen to anyone in any similar setting. The author is a talented writer, with the ability to paint a beautiful setting with a smart, charming premise.

I truly enjoyed this book, and can’t wait to read more from Ms. Madison!

Rating: 4.5 Stars

I read and reviewed a paperback copy of the book gifted to the blog, from the publisher, in exchange for an honest review. All conclusions reached are my own.


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