Breaking to Breathe(Charistown #3) by Lisa N Paul

Two people so bent they can
no longer stand tall
With his sexy looks, his seductive dirty talk, and his resident bad boy
Kyle Marx was the thrill-ride every woman wants to experience…at least
And once is all he’d ever offer.
Suffocating in his own personal hell, Kyle thought sex, booze, and
drugs could numb the pain of his past
Until an angel challenged him
to fight…to feel
After living through a childhood that left her vulnerable and exposed,
Cate Lockton mastered the art of blending in instead of standing out. She
locked herself away to prevent more damage to her already fractured heart. She never imagined a man with a past more broken than her own would
crash into her world and force her to let him in.
Their lives first collided on a stormy night. But Danny’s on Main is
where they finally connected. A neighborhood bar where strangers become
friends, friends become family and some become lovers, and where the strong
learn that while you can bend to exist, sometimes you’ve gotta
Break… so you can Breathe.




 “Danny, you don’t just hug random women without introducing
yourself first. My Lord, it just comes off creepy.” The strawberry blonde woman
stretched up on her tip-toes and pecked his cheek before extending her hand to
Cate and Elliot. “Hi, I’m Julie Marcus; the hugger is my husband, Danny.”

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Lisa N. Paul is a wife, mother, daughter, sister, friend,
reader, writer, blogger, and self-proclaimed comedian—just not always in that
order.  Ever since she was a little girl, she has devoured books. Falling
in love with the Sweet Valley High series at a young age drew Lisa to series
books and inspired her to write her own. Thursday Nights is
the first book in her Charistown series.

When not writing, Lisa can be found eating french fries and Godiva raspberry
truffles, or hanging out with her husband and two sons.


Website –
Twitter – @lisanpaul3




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