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Fighting for Love (The Elite Book 3) Kindle Edition
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The author did an excellent job of developing these characters and their story within the span of this novella as well as conveying their emotions. The passion was palpable. And I loved the angst inducing twist at the end. Their struggle to figure out how each other fit into their lives and plans for the future felt real. Having 2 Olympic athletes as main characters is unique in the sense that they have similar goals and needs in their lives. Each person has a strict regimen for everything they do as well as little control over their time. Their main goal is to be the best. So how are they supposed to make it work? Can they have it all? And have they found something that means more than winning?
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RECEIVED THIS BOOK AS A GIFT FOR A FAIR/HONEST REVIEW and REVIEWER FOR Bloggin' With M. Brennan.
Now Brooke has a chance to train with a diving instructor base in Sydney, Australia, she can't help think about Dane who is in Melbourne. So near and yet so far. Only Dane is right there, having followed his swim coach when he moved north.
Both Dane and Brooke have ambitions. Dane is training for the Commonwealth Games and hopes to go to Tokyo in 2020. Brooke has lost her long term diving partner and is aiming to go solo for Tokyo. The last thing they need is a romantic distraction. A pity they can't seem to keep their hands off each other.
How Dane and Brooke work through their issues, some from the past and some impinging on the future, makes for an enjoyable read. There is a little bit of predictability in the story but it's all about the journey and it's nicely done. The ending is almost too good to be true, but rather nice if you are all about the equality.