Monday, March 13, 2017

Book Review: Fight For Her by Vanessa Vale

Fight For Her 
Author: Vanessa Vale 
Series: Book 1 of the MMA Fighter Romance Series
Pages: 252 Pages
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Publisher: March 7th 2017 by Bridger Media

Links: Goodreads // Amazon
Overall Rating: 5/5

eARC provided by publisher
Plot Summary:

A fighter ready to give up the gloves.

A woman ready to take on the world.

Grayson Green's an MMA champion who's spent years in the limelight where fast times and fast women were easy to come by. The appeal is gone and he steps out of the ring to make some changes and get control of his life. All the training in the world can't save him from the one-two punch of meeting Emory. She's different. She has no idea who he is...and she wants him anyway. When someone from his past is prepared to take him down... and Emory along with him, he'll do anything to fight for her...

Warning! This book has a super protective, super hot alpha male who will stop at nothing to protect his girl.

This book was previously published under the title Naked Choke. Besides a new cover and title, new scenes have been added.

My thoughts:

I have been having the best of luck with books lately - all winners no duds - and Vanessa Vale's latest, Fight For Her, is no exception! It was beyond refreshing to read the story of GROWN PEOPLE falling in love and navigating the difficulties of merging two lives with messy pasts. The alternating POV's are perfect. And I really love that the book starts as if in the middle of the story - it pulls you in immediately. The courtship between Emory and Gray, while quick, was not typical instalove,  and was written in such a realistic and sweet way. Even the sex scenes (while hot) were written in such a relatable way. The worries, concerns, and feelings that bot Gray and Emory expressed as they dove into their relationship was so refreshingly real - I can not wait to read the rest of the series as it comes out!


Plot: 5/5
Characters: 5/5
Writing Style: 5/5
Overall Rating: 5/5

Final Thoughts:

Don't get me wrong, I don't mind reading stories about 20-somethings (I'm not THAT far removed from that age bracket) as long as they're entertaining, but a real love story between real adult people dealing with real adult problems (exes, kids, family issues, etc.) is so refreshing. I really enjoyed this book and wholeheartedly recommend it.

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