Summary: *Not intended for readers under the age of 18*
*If you do not like foul-mouthed, alpha males then REDEMPTION is NOT for you.*
His second chance may cost him his sweetest addiction …
The truth about NEVEAH’S cheating fiancée hit hard—but not as hard as her right hook to his jaw. After ridding herself of him she travels back home to Huntsville, Texas to her father and his boxing gym where she grew up. When she finds a beaten man in the woods beside her home, her entire life changes and things get—complicated.
Ex-con RAGE only wants two things—for the man that set him up to release his sister, and for him to burn in Hell where he belongs. After being released from prison, he heads straight to the man that put him there, only to be beaten and tossed in the woods for dead. When he’s found by the most beautiful girl he’s ever met, he knows he’ll have a chance to rescue his sister even though she doesn’t realize she needs saving.
Neveah and her father, nurse Rage back to heath, offer him a job at their gym and quickly find out that he’s amazing in the ring. Without them knowing who he is, he knows he’s been given a second chance to live his life. The only condition is that he has to stay away from Neveah, which is a promise he soon realizes is hard to keep. The feisty southern beauty normally gets what she wants, and Rage wants to give her everything.
With the truth lurking in the shadows, Rage must decide if his sweetest addiction is worth giving up his second chance.
My Review- This book caught my eye because it was set in Huntsville Texas. I went to college in Huntsville so to say that I am very fond of the town in an understatement.
Match that with a fighter romance and oh boy… this girl is in serious trouble.
This book is pretty typical of fighter romance. Girl hates boy, oh wait girl actually wants to have sex with boy and boy & girl fall for each other.
This is the formula. Under normal circumstances I would constantly roll my eyes… but make it a fighter romance and my rules go out of the window.
this was a fantastic book and I will be keeping my eyes open for this author in the future. It was well written and the characters were developed and real enough I wanted to keep reading the book.