Sierra Mason has landed the career of a lifetime, becoming a special agent for a firm run by the best in the business. She has proven herself more times than she can count and things are finally going her way. But everything isn't always as it seems. When the truth is uncovered about her firm's investors and who they are tied to, the team is thrown into turmoil. Her partner, Calder McKenna, becomes embroiled in a conspiracy that is weaving itself through their lives and finds his own life in danger. Helpless, the team is in need of a hero and they are running out of time. Will Sierra realize what they need lies within her or will the journey send her reeling past her breaking point?
If you could sum up Breaking Point in three words, what would they be?
This is a book of two parts: an intriguing, exciting science fiction thriller which is substantially swamped by a tedius and poorly written psychological exploration and romance of one of the two main protagonists. There are many chapters written about Sierra, she remained for me a cardboard caricature, far too self pitying, shallow and contradictory to be the strong woman she is claimed to be.
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This book is the sequel to the Edge of Darkness.
Sierra, the female lead, is learning to deal with her "abilities", while hiding her feelings for her partner, Calder.
She can't deal with anything right now other than trying to control her abilities because she is afraid of hurting someone.
Calder has to go on a mission and things don't go to well for him, Sierra is determined to do anything to save him.
The pace picks up rather quickly and the story line has a few twists.
Overall, this was an interesting read.
The author did a good job with describing the setting and further character development.
Shawn Compton did well with the narration.
"This audio book was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review."
Vickie has done another fine job! Can't wait for book 3..... and 4,5 and 6!