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- Print Length: 64 pages
- Publication Date: October 22, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B076P6676Z
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- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #97,113 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Christie is a reporter that needs a great or explosive story to keep her job contract. She is really worried about loosing said job because she can't afford life without it. In a bar she confronted a guy after she apologise for her friend Jane being a little pushy, and end up in said guys bed.
Ace is a fighter and a damn good one, the problem is that his handler or boss or whatever you want to call it, is not a good guy. He knows the deal with the fight club and that he has to do what he is told of else. The problem is, since Christie came into his life things are different and if he wanted out before, he wants it more now.
The fast ride these two have to undertake so they can be together, is not easy in the least. Would they managed to keep jobs and get away from the club? You will have to read to know *wink*
One big brownie point for me was that Natasha Spencer did a great job in the writing department. I'm not saying it's the next hyped book but I knew the book was short, I was expecting it to feel more rushed and it didn't. The author use the times really well and it did not feel rushed or strained in any way. Like I've said, points to that, it's not easy to do.
I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.
And in this corner, she weighs in with a body that would bring this man to his knees, and an insightful eye for the news... with a killer pen.... the challenger - Christieeeeeeeeeee "the reporter" Carrrrrrrssssssooooooonnnn
This book is a knock down, knockout fight...and the winner is the reader. I really enjoyed reading this book. It was a hum-bug sappy fight story but it simply flowed and captures the reader...
I voluntarily received an advanced copy of this book and I am leaving my review for a very good book...
I'm looking forward to seeing more from Ms. Natasha Spencer...
The novella is short (64 pages) but full of steam and makes for a fine evening read. There are other stories (another by Natasha – Theo’s Rapture) included in this edition but Natasha’s ACE stands out.
First we meet Christie – ‘The sun was hot on Christie’s back, baking her sensitive skin. She sighed and adjusted her hair to cover her neck. She knew that she must be sunburned already, and she had only been out for only about ten minutes or so. The sun in Phoenix was brutal and it was something that Christie was finding to be quite the adjustment. The weather was quite different here from where she grew up in Minnesota. Of course, Christie knew that it got hot in the summer, but she had no idea. The heat was searing. Sometimes she wished she had stayed home. She had moved about three months ago, and Christie knew that living in Phoenix was going to be a huge change. Jobs were hard to come by and when an opportunity came up for a new journalist in Phoenix, that's where Christie went. She packed up and moved into a small rented apartment in a house a couple of miles from downtown. She grew up in Anoka, a really small town where she pretty much knew everyone, and people were always so friendly. When she first arrived in Phoenix, Christie didn't know a soul.’ And then we encounter Ace – ‘He was quiet for a moment, looking her over. Christie could see tattoos peeking out of the neck of his shirt, along his chest. They were dark and tribal looking and Christie found herself wondering what they looked like on his bare chest. “Christie. So you’re the one she was talking about.” He snorted, a dismissive sound, and Christie felt the flames of anger stirring in her heart. Instead of acting on them, she smiled. “Yes, that’s me. I just wanted to apologize for that. Jane can get a bit, uh… enthusiastic.” He looked at her and raised an eyebrow. “Enthusiastic? She’s rabid.” He shook his head and turned away from her, leaving the conversation at that.’ And the chemistry begins.
Natasha creates a fine synopsis for this novella – ‘She’s taking a chance and he’s risking it all. Christie: I've got one shot at my new journalism job, and I need to find a great story. When Ace walks into my life, a sexy, muscular and dangerous underground fighter, he might just be the lead that I’m looking for. But if I chase the story, I might lose him. Is it worth the chance? Ace: I’ve been fighting all my life. It’s the only thing I know how to do. Then I meet Christie, innocent, gorgeous and sexy as hell. Somehow, agreeing to throw a fight now seems.... dirty. So, I have a choice to make: do I keep fighting and lose her, or do I change my life to keep her?
Steamy and well written for starters. Natasha seems to have an affinity for the Chick Lit genre. She is one to watch. Grady Harp, November 17
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