Despite her tough upbringing, Wren Langston has found success as a UFC fighter and a career criminal. Yet when a series of murders draw a chilling connection to her, Wren fears her past is catching up with her. Nikolai Michelson, the man behind the murders, is a part of one of the most dangerous mafia families in the country - and he also holds a personal grudge against Wren.
Knowing she can't face Nikolai alone, she turns to his older brother Seth. The elder Michelson brother is immediately drawn to Wren and is determined to protect her from his family at all costs. As they work together to expose Nikolai’s crimes, they find themselves drawn together by mutual attraction.
Unfortunately, the Michelsons don’t forgive easily, and Seth's actions put him at odds with his own family. As the tension between the brothers escalates, Wren finds herself caught in the middle of a dangerous power struggle that threatens to destroy everything she holds dear.
With betrayal lurking around every corner, Seth and Wren are running out of time. Can they reveal the truth before it's too late? Or will their love be the ultimate sacrifice in this deadly game of power and revenge?
Page Turner, Thrilling Read
The gloves are off in Ending the Fight. I was punched in the gut. I was brought to tears. The suspense had me on edge. The story was a thrill to read. The intensity is indescribable. Ending the Fight has me going back and reading all of the books again just so I can experience Ending the Fight all over again after a major build up. Oh yeah!!! "Don't bother me, I'm reading" is going to be said a lot over the next few days.
Wren Getting the chance to prove her abilities in the ring is the perfect conclusion. Seth finding love is the perfect ending. Seth and Wren maybe forced together for her protection, but the chemistry is undeniable. So HOT!!!!
Nikolai is covering his tracks, and Wren is a big obstacle. Nikolai won't let things go. Nikolai's creep factor is off the charts in Ending the Fight. Talk about having the hebbie-jebbies. He has always been the villain, someone to fear and detest. I honestly didn't think he could get any worse. I couldn't have been more wrong.
Ending the Fight is full of suspense. I didn't know what was waiting on the next page. At times I wasn't sure I wanted to turn the page. The fear was intense. At times I just wanted to sit and cry. At other times I wanted to scream in satisfaction. What a thrilling, emotional roller coaster.
The ending was worth every single tear I shed.