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.
by Sidney Halston
Released: January 5th 2016
Series: Worth the Fight #5
Published by Loveswept
“Fighting Dirty was a quick, fun and sexy read.”
~ Under the Covers
Lorenzo Silva aka Enzo and Jamie Lynn Calhoun are opposites as can be. While Enzo is this rich Brazilian banker and an intense MMA fighter, JL is a tattooed bartender with magenta colored hair and has a very sassy personality. Their differences didn’t stop their undeniable attraction to each other but in the beginning, JL didn’t even want to give Enzo the time of day. I love how she turned him down, but I love it even more how Enzo pursued her. Both JL and Enzo have past that they have to overcome, but their biggest battle was trust and acceptance.
Fighting Dirty was a quick and fun read. I found myself laughing at JL’s humor and intrigued with what Enzo was going to do next. I especially am fond of the connection to the characters from the last books. It was a treat to read about the crew at Worth The Fight Academy again. I’m excited to read more on the upcoming reality show. And from what it looks like, there’s already a couple of romance forming that will be worth the wait. Looking forward to the next installment.
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I coblog and review here at Under the Covers and occasionally review for Hot Listens.I love to read PNR, UF, Contemporary, New Adult, and Romantic Suspense. Occasionally, I will venture to Erotica, BDSM reads and rarely Historical Romance. There are some sub-genres that I don’t always enjoy, but I’m open to stepping out of my comfort zone.For the most part, as long as there’s a hint of romance, I’m pretty much in.
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