Fighting Attraction (Redemption #4) by Sarah Castille #BookReview #EarlyReview
Fighting Attraction is all about conflict, the push and pull of life and love and soul-deep needs. Both main characters are a study in contrasts. Jack Caldwell is the encouraging, good-natured gossip king of the Redemption gym, but he's a true sadist at heart, and a painful past has taught him to keep that part of himself locked away. Penny Worthington is an adorable pastel- and pearl-wearing British gal with a penchant for death metal and bad boys, and her secret is so damaging, only a few people in her entire lifetime have known. The way their dark needs fit together—and yet also clash so painfully—weaves the gritty undertone that sets this story apart from typical fighter romances in [...]
July 27, 2013
Micro-Review: Against the Ropes by Sarah Castille
When this story first started, I wasn't sure it was going to be my style... a little cheeky, a little quirky, and a heroine seemingly set from the standard "I'm a clutz with no self confidence until some beefy rich alpha man comes to sweep me of my feet" mold. It was also distracting that the two major characters have names that are solid cannon from two other very popular and well known story universes. Fortunately, Mac has a sense of humor and an engaging modern inner monologue to rival her namesake and, after Torment and Mac start getting to know each other, their relationship is amusing, fun, and intense in a good way. I had a great time following it. I was a little disappointed [...]
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