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Laid Out (Worth the Fight) by [Halston, Sidney]
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  • File Size: 2269 KB
  • Print Length: 277 pages
  • Publisher: Loveswept (August 18, 2015)
  • Publication Date: August 18, 2015
  • Sold by: Random House LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00QE1J5M8
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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Laid Out by Sidney Halston
Book #4: Worth the Fight Series
Source: Author and Purchase
My Rating: 6 DAMN BIG STARS
My Review:

Cain Mother Effing Sorensen!!! Holy Hannah do I love this book!!! I have officially read it three times and I have no intention of three being the last time I read this book. Seriously?? This one is on my list of all-time favorite reads and here’s why.

The cover: Let’s just start with the first thing you see. Hands down, this is the finest cover of the series and that cover model, yeah, he works for me on all kinds of levels. More importantly (but not much!) is how much the model resembles who I saw in my head as I read this book all three times. This is really a near-perfect pairing between the actual image and the written description.

The plot: Halston throws everything into this book and from start to finish it is captivating. Cain has a very hard past that he has worked to overcome but he’s a guy so his version of overcoming is to first, run away from it; two, suppress it; three, ignore it; and, finally, beat the crap out of other grown men as an MMA fighter. Unfortunately, the past has a way of cropping up and biting one on the ass. For Cain, that past is not only his issues with his parent’s but also the loss of his best friend in war, and his feelings for his dead best friend’s fiancé, Violet. Of all of past problems, Violet is by far the curviest, most delightful, most talkative, sexiest, most frustrating issue. She is the one past and now present problem that Cain just can’t seem to overcome and God help him, he doesn’t want to.

For Violet, the move to Tarpon Springs was a necessary evil. Following the death of her fiancé, life in her hometown was generally unbearable.
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Violet Channing 's mom died when she was born. She was raised by a straight laced military man with help from her grandmother. He was a strict dad and didn't show much sentiment. He was always on her about her weight. She was not pencil thin, she had curves. His constant complaining made her self-conscious and along with her shyness made her a target for bullying at school. She was a very forgiving person and her sweetness stood out. Every once in a while she would let her feisty side out. She had two best friends growing up, Jeremy and Cain. They were all army brats. They were three years older than her. They were inseparable. She was a tomboy type and liked being that way. As the boys grew into men they followed each other into the army and then Ranger school. One was her first kiss , first love and first heartbreak and the other was supposed to be her happily ever after. Sometimes life doesn't go as you plan.
Cain Sorrenson was part of a three person best friend group. Jeremy, Violet, and himself. They did everything together. Jeremy and Violet were kinda shy but not him. Jeremy convinced him into entering the army and he knew this was where he should be, protecting his buddies back. When Violet was sixteen he had been her first kiss. Sweet and innocent just like her. From that day forward she had owned his heart. It could of been before that all he knew was she consumed his thoughts. He could not be with her so he wrote her a " Dear John" letter and broke her heart. Now she belongs to his best friend and they are friends again.
Everything has changed for Violet and Cain. Now they barely speak unless he is being gruff or mean to her. Fate brought them to the same town with the same friends. He has to stay away from her. She don't understand why they can't be friends again.
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I liked it, but this book had flaws. My biggest pet peeve is the head-hopping. The points of view changed so rapidly from Cain to Violet that I had whiplash. This greatly impacted the quality of my reading experience, unfortunately. The story itself was rather sweet, but I wish Cain had gotten himself together a little sooner. Violet said she wouldn't be waiting for him after that final showdown - and then of course, she was waiting for him again. I did tear up during a crucial scene towards the end, though. I probably won't read anything else by this author, however, because the point of view issue is too huge for me to get past.
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By Mema on August 19, 2015
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The book was ok not as good as the previous books. I loved the Model on the cover (gorgeous). When I read a book I always picture the guy on the cover when I'm reading. He should be on more concerns. I'm one waiting for Enzos book.
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4.5 stars

Cain and Violet were childhood friends. Cain has been in love with Violet forever but put his feelings aside because his best friend was also in love with her. Cain felt like his friend would make Violet happy so he stepped away. Violet and Jeremy happy together until Jeremy died in the war. Years later, Cain is back in town and he's still in love with Violet but doesn't think he should be with her - she will always be his best friends girl. To fight his feelings, he pushes Violet away but he has a really hard time staying away from the girl he loves.

I really enjoyed this story. There's something really special about this author's writing - she has this great way of adding humor to her books when you least expect it. A swearing bird - hilarious. This book is loaded with hot sexual tension - I couldn't wait for these to to finally get together. This is really steamy but it takes a little while to get there. I loved these characters and the storyline - a friends to more romance. My only complaint about this one is that Cain did annoy me with how much he pushed away. Overall, I really enjoyed this story and can't wait to read more in this series.
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