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Praise for FIGHT FOR YOU
"Both hero and heroine had work to do, did the work and though a little emotionally bruised at the end, they make it together. Such a satisfying romance." (Smexy Books)
"Filled with passion and romance... this book is an enjoyable summer read." (Romance Junkies (4 stars))
Praise for FORGET YOU
"Forget You is a sexy and entertaining workplace romance. Nina Crespo created great chemistry while developing King and Sophie... Fans of Tracy Wolff and Delancey Stewart will enjoy Forget You." (Harlequin Junkie)
"FORGET YOU, the first book in THE KINGMAN BROTHERS series, sucked me in from the first page to the last." (Romance Junkies (4 stars))
"An interesting love story, a quick read, perfect for an evening of dreaming. Enjoy!" (Lily's Book World)
“Ms. Crespo’s writing is excellent… Crespo tells a rich story in a short timeframe, with corporate intrigue, parental issues and true ambition figuring in beautifully alongside a really good, complicated romance and a champion of a heroine.” (All about Romance)
"Forget You is the classic boss/ assistant romance, just ramped up enough, that it blows your mind... This book does have it all!" (Cara's Book Boudoir (5 stars))
"Forget You takes a walk down memory lane with the heart as it's guide, to remind us why when it comes to love, the fight is worth the fall."
(I Love Romance)
- ASIN : B078M593B3
- Publisher : Pocket Star (July 9, 2018)
- Publication date : July 9, 2018
- Language : English
- File size : 2997 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 176 pages
- Lending : Not Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,612,750 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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This book is a second chance at love story that neither the hero nor the heroine ever saw coming.
Seven years before the two were desperately in love when a deal between Aiden's family and Delaney's father destroyed it all. Aiden's dad is a selfish jerk...that hasn't changed in seven years. What has changed is that Aiden has made it out from under his thumb so he has choices in how he conducts business now...because he owns it with his brother, King.
So, when Delaney is sent to negotiate a deal with him, he's ready to convince her to give him a second chance. She's not so sure. Yes, she's still attracted to him, but she will never trust him again.
I enjoyed the story. While there were a few moments when I wanted to kick everyone involved because of really bad decisions, I really loved the scenes at the resort that they're negotiating over (and love how that ultimately turned out). There was some fantastic chemistry between the hero and heroine and an interesting side-plot with everything going into the deal that the two of them are trying to negotiate.
I liked the first book in the series (King and Sophie) and I enjoyed this one, too. While you can certainly read this one as a stand alone, it helps to understand all the family dynamics to have read the first one beforehand. Also, it was really fun to see King and Sophie in this story.
I recommend it!
I received a complimentary copy of this book in return for an honest and voluntary review.
The second chance romance trope is one of the top five tropes that I love to read and Ms. Crespo has delivered a wonderful read encompassing this trope in this story where right from the prologue I was hooked because of what happened that caused Aiden and Delanie to go their separate ways. However, it was from the moment where the hero and heroine come face-to-face for the first time after the prologue where things get very interesting, as Aiden is going to need all the help he can get when it comes to Delanie since she's learnt her lesson when it comes to trusting men that use their charm to get what they want.
As for the dialogue, it was intense due to the main characters back stories and everything these two go through on their journey to happy ever after, as Aiden has so much to make up for, even though what happened in the past wasn't completely his fault. Will he be able to make things right? Will Delanie be able to forgive Aiden for what happened? Moreover, the heroine is feisty, independent, resilient, courageous and I liked how determined she was to do what's right by her client and show Aiden that she's not an easy target anymore. While Aiden, he's confident, charming, a good brother and I liked the decisions he makes throughout this story because Delanie is the most important person to him and he's determined to show her just how important she is.
Overall, Ms. Crespo has delivered a really good read in this book where the chemistry between this couple was intense; the romance was full of heat and passion and shows just how good these two are together; and the ending had me loving what Aiden does to prove to Delanie that she's the one for him. No way could he let anything ruin his second chance with her. I would recommend Fight for You by Nina Crespo, if you enjoy second chance romances or books by authors Skye Warren, CD Reiss, Lauren Blakely and Jill Shalvis.
Unfortunately, the chemistry in this book was off. The only time I really felt the main characters connected was when they were physically intimate (those scenes were great). I think the main problem was that Delaine and Aiden were building off a connection they had five years before. As a reader, we didn’t hear much about their previous time as a couple besides the betrayal so they didn’t seem to be building off of anything substantial.
The majority of this book, the only one who is fighting for anything is Aiden. Yes, he was “the betrayer” all those years before but even once he apologized, proved with his actions that he was sorry, AND they talked it out, Delaine still pushed him away. Her reasoning was weak for such a smart and successful business woman; it made her seem petty and kind of mean.
There was also very little meaningful discussion between the characters for the last 20% of the book. When a tragedy strikes, Delaine goes to everyone else besides Aiden for comfort and advice. Again this led me to think that their connection wasn’t really there. Even Delaine seemed to question it often.
On the positive side, Aiden was a great character. A little bit of a beta hero and a genuinely nice guy. He is the mediator of the family and has never forgotten his first love. They way he cares for Delaine is very sweet, it just was very one sided.
This book wasn’t terrible by any means and I would consider reading more by Nina Crespo in the future. Fighting for You just missed the mark for me.
**I received an ARC of this book in order to provide an honest review**