Kellan: A Bad Boy Military MMA Romance Kindle Edition
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No. Scratch that.
This book was FANFREAKINGTASTIC!!!
I am literally staring at my screen wondering how the hell I'm going to put into words how this book destroyed me.
Every once in a while a book will come along that blows my mind. Kellan was that for me.
Don't get me wrong– if any of you follow my reviews, you know that I rate a lot of books 5 stars (or more), but that's because I do a TON of research on books before I read them. I don't have time for stupid books. And Kellan was ANYTHING but stupid.
and utterly fantastic
I cheered for Parker and Kellan the entire time... literally devouring this book in nearly one sitting. The only reason I didn't finish it in one night was because I had to sleep.
Kellan follows Kellan Jarvis, ex-Marine now illegal MMA fighter. And before you roll your eyes and think the plot trite for using someone else's tired, old left-over laundry material for the sixty millionth time, hold up! It's actually really freaking good!!
Kellan stumbles (quite literally) into Parker Jones, reporter for the The Spill, the only newspaper that would hire her. She has dreams and aspirations and is trying to get an interview with Senator MacFarlane as to why he's not supporting a bill that could potentially help give veterans jobs when they come back from serving our country. But before you think that this a political piece, just note that there's only a little bit of a liberal undertone (for those who care) and it only serves to support the plot and help move the story forward greatly.
Little does Kellan know that Parker is a reporter, though, making the inevitable revealing of the truth rife with delicious angst and excitement while reading along, wondering when he's going to find out.
What really grabbed my attention about this piece, though, was the passion... The fiery INFERNO chemistry between Parker and Kellan. I mean, dang! Those love scenes were AMAZING. Like, some of the best I've ever read. Some seriously melt your Kindle madness going on!!
All in all, Kellan was a phenomenal read. The hero and heroine were perfectly fleshed out, complex characters and developed to perfection. The fight scenes were detailed and richly exciting. The characters were awe-inspiring, really– how Parker had such a good heart but was so equally feisty... And how Kellan was both broken and totally beautiful, unaware of how lost he was until Parker found him.
This book was perfection and I highly, HIGHLY recommend it!!
One of the best books of 2015 I've had the supreme pleasure of reading!!
The chemistry was hot between Parker and Kellen. Will they find their way into each others hearts?