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- Print Length: 396 pages
- Publication Date: November 4, 2014
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B00NT9OH4Y
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We first meet Eve in Fighting The Flight. She is Raven’s best friend and hasn’t had the best luck when it comes to relationships. She didn’t have the best life growing up and she almost accepted that being treated like s*** was acceptable and almost a given. The emotional abuse she suffered made her the way she is. I think it was her not seeing her own worth and even being extremely immature at times is what kept me from liking her like I have the rest of the women in this series.
Cam’s past is filled with a different kind of pain. He had to give up fighting because of the risk of another concussion being life threatening as well as other reasons he is determined to work hard and get in the ring no matter what the cost. Sadly something tragic happens and causes a whole type of pain to occur. I can’t imagine what Cam was living through or feeling, something like that would have killed me that I wouldn’t have been able to go on. While I feel deeply for Cam his treatment of Eve is inexcusable at times and didn’t really prove to me as a reader that he was worth forgiveness.
While this may not have been my favorite of the series so far, this was still emotional and at times heartbreaking. Emotional abuse is something that is real, words can’t ever be unsaid and when those words beat you down emotionally the damage caused can be unrepairable. Fighting The Fall is the fourth book in this series and will make you want to repair any damage your words may have caused someone in the past.
Cameron Kyle is the new CEO of the UFL. He was a fighter until having a chipped tooth took it all away. It’s been 14 years since he’s lost his fighting career, his baby girl, and so much more. He still hasn’t forgiven himself and if he lets the guilt in too much, it’s crippling. He is a complete alpha. He pushes feelings aside because he knows how he would fall if he lost someone else he loves. So he buries all feelings, except guilt and his feelings for his son, Ryder.
“I was living behind a translucent wall of apathy, not allowing anything or anyone that might drop me to my knees get close enough. Love has brought me to the worst kind of pain imaginable, and I was so afraid of feeling that again, of losing something so beautiful I’d never be able to recover. But the risk is half the beauty of living. I’m risking my sanity by loving Eve, but the alternative is far more painful than the fear of losing her.”
Eve Dawson, has had a s*** life, but she tries to make the best of it. She’s been on her own since she was fifteen years old. Her mom took off when she was little and left her with a dad that’s a drunk, user, gambler, and thief. She’s always dated the bad boys that get what they want from her and leave her. She knows what real love is like because she sees it with Jonah and Raven. But she only knows what’s been done to her and how she’s been treated.
Cameron and Eve coming together isn’t easy. Well, the sex part it, but not the emotional side. Both have secrets and issues they have to work through. And Cameron needs to come to terms with their age difference.
“Falling isn’t always failure. Sometimes the biggest victories only happen when we’re brave enough to let go and give into the pull.”
While I love Cameron, I felt bad for Mason.
This is a great read and an even greater series!
I cried for Cam, like a baby.
I loved Eve and Cams story, we meet Eve right at the beginning of the series in Fighting for flight. That was when I fell in love with J B Salsbury, the fighting series, and the whole gang, my recommendation, buy the whole freaking series, start from the beginning and work your way forward. Ive put so many friends onto this series and they fell in love with the authors books and a new found passion for reading too. (Its that good)
Eve has sworn off men after a string of bad relationships and broken promises.
I cried for her because all she wants is to be loved and needed. Shes a recipe for disaster when time after time she opens her heart to guys thinking that they will stay, love her and hold her at night but she knows nothing different and learns from a young age that men leave her and never stay.
Cam is broken and fights everyday to right the wrongs from his past, he thinks he's got his priorities straight but he realises that they aren't
Man Cams been though so much, family problems, health problems and Ex wife problems, the last thing he needs is a girl to complicate things further. He meets Eve through the fighters and he's instantly attracted to her (same goes for Eve) but that doesn't mean he sees any future for them. Little does he know, shes the one that will have him falling before he even knows it.
Just buy the whole freaking series, you'll love everyone of the characters. J B Salsbury wont let you down.