ARC Review: Fighting for It by Jennifer Fusco

Posted September 14, 2015 by Jessica in Reviews / 4 Comments

I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review.
This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
ARC Review: Fighting for It by Jennifer Fusco
Fighting For It
by Jennifer Fusco

3 Stars

BOOK INFO


Released: September 15th 2015
Series: Ringside #1
Published by InterMix
Pages: 237
Format: eARC
 

“FIGHTING FOR IT not only brings you into the boxing world of training, fighting and corruption but it’s also a story of second chances and starting over.”
~ Under the Covers

Daniella Chambers lost her father and gained his debt. Now back in Vegas she puts on her big girl panties and takes over the family business which includes the gym, its remaining debt, the boxers and their contracts including Jack Brady’s. Jack is one hell of a heavy weight boxer and also her ex-boyfriend so trying to be professional takes everything in her when all she wants to do is take on the un finished business they still have. But her father’s legacy still remains and Daniella must come up with a plan to save what’s left of it even if that means using Jack Brady to get there.

After suffering a horrible loss in London Jack Brady’s back in Vegas to not only deal with the worst boxing fight of his career but the loss of his manager and mentor. Without him Jack takes to being a hot mess around town. But his little fun and games doesn’t last long because once Daniella Chambers walks back into his life she not only kicks his training into high gear but she opens up things inside of him he thought he closed a long time ago.

Fighting For It not only brings you into the boxing world of training, fighting and corruption but it’s also a story of second chances and starting over. Jack and Daniella show that it doesn’t matter how much time has gone by, everything works out if it’s meant to be.
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About Jennifer Fusco

Jennifer Fusco began writing romance in 2010 as a way to expend the excess creative energy which wasn't exhausted by her day job.

A fan of all genres, Ms. Fusco enjoys reading and writing contemporary romance. She loves creating incredibly flawed characters because, well, nobody's perfect.

She received her B.A in English from North Carolina State University, and today, lives in southwest Florida with her husband and son.

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I’m a 30 year old food and wine-aholic with a slight makeup obsession. When I’m not working long hours at the office, you can find me at home living the toddler life. So needless to say, after everyone is tucked in I like to spend my nights getting lost in a good book. Paranormal Romance seems to be my go to but these days I’ve been branching out and enjoying New Adult and Contemporary Romance.

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Jennifer Fusco

Thank you for taking the time to read FIGHTING FOR IT. I truly appreciate you trying out a brand new author.
Best always, Jennifer

Elizabeth
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Love second chance stories…

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Thanks Jessica for the review

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Thanks for the review, this sounds good.