Dirty Boxing - Tara Wyatt & Harper St. George

Dirty Boxing

By Tara Wyatt & Harper St. George

  • Release Date: 2020-04-09
  • Genre: Contemporary
  • Size: 3.28 MB
Score: 4
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From 134 Ratings

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Description

When you're up against the cage, love is the only thing worth fighting for.

Jules Darcy doesn't do love. After an unstable childhood and a front row seat to the damage it does, she'd have to be crazy to sign up for inevitable heartbreak. But a year ago, her fling with MMA fighter Nick Giannakis quickly escalated into something more, scaring her and sending her running. She'd never planned to see the sexy middleweight again. And she'd definitely never planned to work with him. Seeing him again has her reminding herself that she doesn't do love, even if she wants to do Nick.  

Nick Giannakis is a lot of things. Champion. Fighter. Devoted son and brother. And apparently he's also a sucker for Jules Darcy, the only woman who ever broke his heart, because one look at her and he wants her again, and he's willing to play dirty to get what he wants. Because this time he's playing for keeps.

This is a standalone second chance workplace romance with lots of steam and a guaranteed HEA. Sexy times and no cliffhanger—we promise!

Reviews

  • Blah blah blah

    1
    By Leafsister
    This was not a book with any plot. You see a guy, want him, but toss up a ton of imaginary obstacles. I didn’t even finish it.
  • Dirty boxing

    4
    By ClearH
    This second chance romance seemed a bit lopsided as Nick, the macho up and coming champion sought a reconciliation with Jules. It’s true that Jules had a lot of baggage, but I empathized with her character the most. My heart ached for her when she overheard Nick’s indecision in a private conversation with his brother. Her natural instincts to protect her heart were understandable and his reaction kinda broke my heart for her. While the blame was softly left at her doorstep, I still felt like Nick truly didn’t get that he needed to be her emotional rock. I was team Jules, but her waffling still got on my nerves at times. I think I would have liked to see her turn the tables and show him that he wasn’t the only one getting hit on as he flaunted and flirted to get her jealous. I appreciated the lack of cheating and the sweet HEA. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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