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A Father's Fight: Blake and Layla #2 (The Fighting Series Book 5) by [Salsbury, JB]
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  • File Size: 1143 KB
  • Print Length: 193 pages
  • Publication Date: January 26, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00RKL2X4S
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<b> true strength comes from resilience, an inner force that refuses to give up a fight </b>

It's no surprise that Blake Daniels is my fave fighters and he had me at "nice legs, what time do they open?"
And if anyone that know resilience, it's him. The kind of guy that can turn around what life throws at him and make his own way to the top, be it career or women.

It's very interesting to read a story that you think ended and at the same time wonder what else could be told. But Father's fight gave so much Insight into Blake and Layla's history especially Blake and how did he get to where he's at, the man he became today.

<b> everything life throws affects who we become. </b>

Blake had tough past, we get that but what I love about this story is it's explained much further and how deep Blake really is despite his easy going attitude around the boys.

<b> rather than give him my forgiveness! He deserves my gratitude </b>

Blake's moment of clarity is such a moving moment.

<b> we've all made mistakes, screwed up in varying degrees, but we can't allow our mistakes to define our future. </b>

His revelation as parents showed just how far he became from the guy I met at Fighting for Flight. And reminded me just how much I love this guy. He's truly a guy who got BIG heart, HUGE personality and DEEP. And I love him HARD!

His advice to Layla truly reflects what he's all about. A man In charge.

<b> "... Throw a big fat middle finger to the last, and take control of your future." </b>

Father's fight is a moving story, closure with many events that needs closure from Fighting to forgive and with ending so sweet tied up with a perfect bow. So sweet it takes you a few second to make sure he still Blake the snake. ;)

4 - 4.5 stars for father of the year!
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I have to be honest I went into this a little skeptical because I really am not a fan of a series of full length novels sprinkled with novellas. And with in that those first I don't know 20 pages I found you know I still really don't like Blake. I mean I did like Blake in his last book, eventually but this time no I didn't really like him at all. For me there's a fine line between alpha and in love and being a controlling d***. And for me he swan dived over that line right there in the beginning. This, in turn, made me think less of her because she essentially wrote it off and took it. The sad part is if the series goes on it has changed how I look at those characters and not for the better and I get the distinct feeling one of the next books is going to be Axelle and her relationship and Blake is going to be all over that.

So just not my favorite or most enjoyable book in the series.
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**Please note this is a follow up on Fighting to Forgive (Fighting #2).**

How do I love Blake Daniels?? Let me count the ways. He loves Layla with his very being and is on his way to adopting her teenage daughter Axelle. He loves his little family with every fibre of his being, and he goes to great lengths to make sure that his girls not only know they are loved, but also that they are protected.

He is also in serious protector mode as Layla is heavily pregnant with their first child. Even though Layla is far along, there is no shortage of sexiness in this book - I tell you, J.B. Salsbury, certainly knows how to make us ladies sweat! SMOKING HOT!

This story also focuses on Layla and Blake's painful pasts - Layla is struggling with the demons of what happened to her as a teenager, and also a new discovery that she knows is going to send Blake spiralling.

Blake is keeping a secret from Layla, he fears that it will put undue pressure on her if she discovers it, so he shoulders it all. He is also having to face the ghosts of the relationship with his father. This part is especially heart breaking and amazing to read!

I FLOVED this book, although initially it started out as a novella, it most certainly isn't, I would say it is somewhere between a novella and a novel. J.B. Salsbury is a magician with her words, this book will have you laughing hysterically and then crying your eyes out. It really is that fabulous.
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I've read and liked the rest of the series. I had a hard time with this one. It was ok, but not great. I found it a bit unrealistic, the amount of sex they were having when she was soooo pregnant. I guess that does it for some people but not for me. Not to mention the resolution with Axelle's father, that seemed way too easy to me.
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If you haven’t read the previous books in the series yet there may possibly be some spoilers of the previous books in this review. You have been warned so take the appropriate actions now.

I didn’t think that I could love Blake more than I did when I read Fighting To Forgive, but A Father’s Fight has made him my all time favorite character of the Fighting series so far. Sorry Rex, you know I have love for you but Blake showed what a real man and father is. One that protects his family and hold on tight and never lets go.

We know from their previous book that Layla had been date gang raped in high school which led to her pregnancy of Axelle Rose (I still freaking love that name). Layla and Axelle are still working through that knowledge and Blake is there helping by taking care of his girls. But now there is someone who could possibly try to take that happiness away from him, someone who is asking questions about who the biological father Axelle really is. Both Layla and Blake try to do the right thing but sometimes instead of keeping truths in the name of protecting the ones you love you need to be a team and be there for one another. And no I am not going to tell you who it is. Read the d@mn book people.

I really liked seeing how Blake not only was looking forward to becoming a father, but how he was dealing with an issue from his past as well. Again read the book. Even though in Fighting To Forgive you can tell how important both Layla and Axelle are to Blake, in A Father’s Fight it becomes almost real. When we first met Blake I can honestly say I never thought he would turn out how he has and I am glad that he continues to fight for his girls. Oh and the baby’s name is perfect for this family.
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