"They weaved words of heartbreak, love, and triumph. They pulled on the heartstrings making me feel all the feels. My heart was full when I turned that last page." ~ Jill Miller, Embrace The Romance Blog
"Breakaway is everything I want in a romance book. It is sweet and swoon-worthy, and so so romantic. The character depth is extraordinary and from the moment we meet Dallas and Greer, they owned my heart." ~ E.Muddle, Goodreads Reviewer.
Dallas, Donny and Ducky, three brothers who are trying at all costs to make their company, BikeBro, work.
It is a workout program for biker, which has been relatively successful, but the brothers desperately need an investor if they want the company to grow what should grow.
Every time they knocked on the banks' doors, they were denied credit. There were no guarantees to be given.
One of the new students, Chad Reeves, whose parents own the multimillion-dollar company Secrets, is interested in being one of the investors. In fact, seeing the company's potential, he wants his parents to support BikeBro.
Dylan and Tristan do better than investing in BikeBro themselves. They introduce the company to Greer Lockhart, a well-known Midas finger investor.
Greer was introduced to BikeBro when he attended one of the classes and competed for the first place in a virtual race with a mysterious biker, the Biker 101. More than winning the race, Greer realized that Biker 101, who was noticeably better than him, slowed down at the end of the race to let Greer win. And it made him crazy.
By having the opportunity to invest in BikeBro, Greer would make the company even more successful; he would change the name, the company office and part of the logistics. But even more, he would have his life changed upside down after meeting Dallas.
Dallas Reigns was in debt. Living with his younger brother, Ducky, he would do anything to make this family business work, even if he had to put up with the intransigence of his older brother, Donny, who was very reminiscent of their father's autocratic manner.
When Greer was interested in investing in the company, a dream came true, but also, something that Dallas was trying to keep from suffocating at all costs comes to the fore.
For years, Dallas stifled his homosexual side because of his family who saw it as an abomination. Now, Greer showed him the good in being true to yourself. However, as nothing in Dallas's life came easy, he would have a difficult decision to make: to be faithful to family principles, but unhappy, or to open up to great love, but to have a family war?