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Kat MacGregor's future brother-in-law (Jax from ROE) knows how much it means to his bride-to-be (Vanessa from ROE) that her little sister get tracked down. Aiden "Irish" O'Brien owes Jax a favor so he hightails it to where the private investigator tracked her down. But Kat's in over her head, indebted to the Tennessee mob for twenty-grand and only forty-eight hours to pay up. Irish doesn't owe his old friend from his MMA fighting days that kind of favor but he's willing to help the skittish kitten he's more than a little attracted to. Fighting to get her the money is one thing but the tangle of lies that come with it could end their love before it ever really gets a fighting chance.
I hate admitting to how much I loved Irish but he's just so darned... perfect. The man has manners! When he learns Kat's secret the way he handles it... I have no words, I had tears. But it's his imperfections than make him realistic and likable, he's a slob and he has these googly moments he chides himself over. Yep, he's definitely a hero you're gonna love. Irish's nickname "kitten" for Kat definitely fits her personality. She's sweet and vulnerable but really prickly when provoked. Part of me wanted to dislike her for the situation she'd wound up in and yet she charmed me by not being apologetic for her life.
As much as the owes-the-mob plot didn't work for me—okay, I'll admit the stereotypical mob goons amused me a bit—the romance made up for it in spades. But I must note without getting too spoilery that for victims of rape and abuse there were some trigger topics that might be tough to read. That said, Maxwell did something amazing with it and I wish there were more men in the real world who could be part of the healing process of those who've gone through such horrors. Like I said, there were tears on my end as I read Kat's secrets and well, recognized the research that had to have gone on behind the scenes to handle such a story with such aplomb.
I love a romance that has the power to heal and FIGHTING FOR IRISH tells one heck of a healing love story... with plenty of sexy bits for those of you whom I know were dying for me to get to that part. lol Yes, there was a bit of that going on you perverts. ;) Wouldn't be a Brazen book without a generous serving of lust. I definitely have a favorite scene but I doubt it's going to be the popular one, so I'm sure other reviewers can give you more sordid details.
If you're a Brazen fan this is a no-brainer, you're gonna want to read it. New to Maxwell? I actually think you can read FFI without reading the first two books and then go back to them, you'll be a little confused when other series characters are mentioned but otherwise it's a great place to start. I especially recommend this one for readers who are seeking a hero who is capable of brute strength, yet is blessed with the manners and gentleness every heroine deserves.
There aren't enough words to describe how much I fell in love with this book!!! I read the first two books in this amazing series by the incredibly talented Gina L. Maxwell so I knew I would automatically enjoy this book but I was so surprised by how much I loved this book! While you don't necessarily need to read the first two books to love this book, I would definitely recommend it. Not only are the previous two awesome, but we are introduced to the main character Kat in the second book, Rules of Entanglement.
Kat is on the run and constantly looking over her shoulder when she is given 48 hours to come up with the money her deadbeat ex-boyfriend owes a mob boss. In sweeps Aiden (AKA Irish) who has been keeping his eye on Kat for her concerned sister. During that Irish quickly developed feelings for Kat and even though he doesn't plan on sticking around, doesn't mean he isn't going to help her. In comes the drama, the fighting, the romance, and the falling in love. The only bad thing about this book is that ended!!! It could have gone on and on and it still wouldn't be enough!
Seriously though, this book has every aspect to a love story that makes it great. There were times I laughed,times I wanted to reach in and give Kat a hug, and times I seriously wanted to call Irish my own! One of my favorite things about this book was being able to see how much stronger Kat became and how Irish helped her get there. Now I have to not-so-patiently wait for Xander's book….sigh...
The best way to sum up this book is clearly written on the cover…He'll fight for her life. She'll fight for his love….NOW go buy it :]
I've been hooked since Seducing Cinderella. Funny how life works, I'm a huge Disney fan so the title "Seducing Cinderella" totally sucked me in but when I read the actual book - that's all it took for me to hunt down this author and start to stalk her.
Considering we've met two fantastic MMA heroes in her last two books, I had no doubt that Aiden "Irish" O'Brien would be something special.
What I didn't expect is the dark undertones of this book. The fact that two broken people could put aside their issues and truly get to know each other without judgement, expectation and fear was amazing to watch unfold. This book is outstanding despite the ugly nature of some issues from each of their pasts. There is some angst but not enough to roll your eyes at or get frustrated enough to put the book down at any point. This is a great read that you can start and want to finish in one sitting. Once again Gina delivers what I consider a "3-D" written novel that has you falling in love with not just the hero but the female lead character as well.
Great Job as always Gina! <3
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But the way the author handled it, was healing and cathartic. I cried and felt understood.Read more
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