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Summary

Just a few weeks ago, computer prodigy China Mack's typical night in involved Endor Star Wars pajamas and a sensible bedtime. Now she's dating gorgeous tech guru Jackson Cooper - one of Forbes's Top 10 Eligible Billionaires - much to the Twitterverse's delight.

Turns out, going from socially inept hermit to poster girl for geek chic has its challenges. China's relationship gets even more complicated because her role heading the top-secret Vigilance program - where she's partnered with Superman clone Clark Slattery - makes her a target. And when ruthless businessman Simon Lu plans to co-opt Vigilance software to blackmail government and military employees, he'll need China's cooperation - willing or otherwise.

But not every enemy is so easily identified. Some hide in plain sight, in very high places, and mistaking foe for friend could be the last mistake China ever makes...

©2017 Tiffany Snow (P)2016 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.

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Yes, more from China Mack!!!

We’re back with China Mack and her quirky but brilliant mind!

Now working for the government, China wrongly assumed that all of her problems are behind her. Whilst she is still under the protection of Clark, and dating Jackson, she is torn between her loyalties towards these two men. Clark knows about the project she is working on but she can’t tell Jackson about it. Now with danger looming and the Vigilance software once again under threat, China must decide if she can let Jackson into her work life in order to keep her safe.

China is unlike any other female protagonist that you will read about. A girl after my own heart, she doesn’t think twice about wearing couture and converse, at the same time. Being paraded on the arms of two men has its challenges, though, especially when her cover is blown whilst alongside Clark. Jackson is facing his own demons though as the government tries to discredit him and his business and there’s only one person he can turn to save the day. The only problem is that she comes with an attachment aka Clark!

With drama around every corner, this amazing threesome must act fast and trust no-one in order to keep Vigilance secure and to free Jackson. Whilst China is brave and strong, she is also as fragile as her name and if you damage her she will break.

I've found this series fascinating. Whilst still struggling with the sci-fi nerd speak, I have come to find it more endearing than challenging. Tiffany Snow keeps you on the edge of your seats both with the drama and emotion and you are continually questioning whether Clark will ever win over China’s feelings or is her heart solely in the hands of Jackson? This is another story with a #TeamJackson / #TeamClark theme running through it but whilst I have come to love both men, and would happily choose both, the question is will China remain faithful to Jackson or will the emotional tribulations that she faces with Clark draw her closer to him.

With another fight seemingly won, it appears that hackers are not who you ever expect them to be and this story ends with what looks like another intriguing story around the corner.

If you are curious about hacking, programming, secrets and spies then this book is a must read!

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Things are about to get dangerous!

With a new job as head of Vigilance and Clarke as her new partner, China's life is about to become dangerous. Together with the popularity she's gained by being Jackson's girlfriend she hasn't gone unnoticed.
Break Me is book #2 of the brilliant four part Corrupted Hearts series which is narrated by the fabulous Arielle DeLisle. You won't want to miss it!

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Good book

It was a good book, not as outstanding as the Kathleen Turner series nice to see old friends. Would have liked dual POV throughout so to randomly introduce it at the end of this book three me a bit. That ending makes me anticipate book three - I'm not a fan of this love triangle thing the author likes it makes me not want to invest in any of the characters but that's just a personal preference. Would definitely recommend.
I guess as a foreign reader my only bed bug is the disrespect the character/author have for other countries and what they stand for but I guess freedom of speech and all that

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Superb Series.

Being a computer geek I fell in love with the main character China Mac. I look forward to more in the series.

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  • bibliophile
  • 09-05-18

Excellent Story & Audiobook

Great plot and although endearing and fascinating, some scenarios seemed implausible.

Still fast paced and adictive!! Definitely anesthetized the daily torture of Chicago rush hour traffic frozen in a perpetual state of pointless construction.
Ariel provided one of only two audio performances that I have actually enjoyed enough to say that it enhanced the story and did not make me cringe whenever transitioning from female to male characters. She absolutely captured the quirky, O.C.D. Brilliance of China Mack. Definitely going to read/listen to Book 3 of this series.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 17-02-18

Carbon Copy

This series is the exact same as the Kathleen Turner series. Both series are a decent read but pick one or the other. It’s not enjoyable to read multiple series from an author and discover the same templet has been used for all of her work.

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  • Amy Wofford
  • 24-09-17

Suspense with just the right amount of Romance.

Tiffany Snow is an amazing
suspense/trashy novel writer. I say trashy in an endearing way. The sex scenes can be quite detailed and are every other chapter at the least. But with the suspense added in it isnt just one of your trashy romance novels.

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  • Just_Tiffanie
  • 22-08-17

Love it!!!

Love Tiffany Snow books. This novel is just as good as all the rest. And how she secretly connected my other favorite book series!

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  • CaliReader
  • 09-04-17

Love this new series!!!!

Tiffany Snow always delivers but in this one she surprises by bringing back beloved Blaine and Kade from The Kathleen Turner series! Filled with action, believable tech, plenty of sizzling romance and twists, this 2nd book keeps me longing for the next book. The narrator does an excellent job sounding like a petite, genius and slightly OCD young twenty-something who draws you into her world. I love her pace, clarity and emphasis on the dialogue. 5 stars overall!!!

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  • Islamorada Stargazer
  • 31-10-18

Get a new Narrator

Your narrator ruins this novel. She mispronounced so many words—simple everyday words—that it was jarring. Listeners can’t get lost in the story, when the narrator is this bad. Also, her little-girl voice did not fit the character, who is supposed to be a genius. She sounded like she was 14.

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  • Empress Karen
  • 25-05-18

Superman Doesn’t Cuss

Took a chance on the romance rating, and found some interesting results. This is book 2, and not sizzling hot as noted! This rating maybe a Romance sales gimmick to get you to buy book 2 in a series.
This was an Ok book as a romantic mystery and if you are a fan of author, get this series on sale. Not sure if I will go back for #1 and balance of series yet as I started with this book due to hot rating and another reviewers’ hint about Kathleen Turner characters in this story. If you buy this book as I did based on that hint, you maybe disappointed. Author was clever on how she used the Turner characters in this book and indicates cleverness for future books. Bring it on!
Most important element in an audiobook for me is about the reader’s voice range. This reader has a very young voice good for heroine’s OCD. However, reader ‘s male voice is on the boarder of no more buys, as she can change down the voice but fails to bring out the sexiness of our heroes. That is a no. See Angela Dawe’s Kathleen Turner series for wit!
Author made this heroine more assertive than my all time fave series Kathleen Turner series, which has me curious for more in this series.
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  • S. R. Lewis
  • 18-03-18

Great audio presentation

This audio book is an excellent presentation of an excellent book. The depth of the portrait of the characters is very good as is the suspense, action, and romance. Great series!

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  • JRam
  • 30-10-17

Slow start

Had moments where I was caught up in the story. But if it wasn't for the love story I don't think I would listen to the next book. Not too much to get into until the end.

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  • Cindy H.
  • 26-04-17

Break Me

Excellent all the way around. I'm hoping to read future books in this series. Brava. 👍