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Publisher Description

Dante “Inferno” Jones is used to winning in the ring. But when the MMA fighter meets pretty Caitlyn Moore, he seems to be striking out left and right. The more Cait denies his advances, the more intrigued he becomes by the sharp-tongued beauty. She’s a challenge he can’t resist.

Comfortable with the average Joe, Cait doesn’t get it when the ultra-masculine Dante walks into her life and expresses an interest in her. Sure, she’s shed eighty pounds and her confidence is building, but there's nothing spectacular about her. Certainly not enough to hang onto a ripped babe-magnet like Dante, whose violent profession, catty groupies, and cruel competitors are already making her life a living hell.

Dante’s light-hearted pursuit quickly becomes a battle to win her heart as they find themselves thrown together again and again—and it’s affecting his training. Cait won’t let him lose the biggest fight of his career because of her, but when her plan to keep him focused lands her in the dangerous clutches of Dante’s vicious opponent, there is more at stake than just the championship belt.

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2013
April 30
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
352
Pages
PUBLISHER
Entangled Publishing, LLC
SELLER
Macmillan
SIZE
2.2
MB

Customer Reviews

Moni_Pen47 ,

Love love love!!

So to be honest I read fighting love(book two first) and I loved the characters so much!!! I didn’t think the first one would be so good but it was! I loved the guy and his caring transformation that takes place and how both him and Caitlyn changed each other for the better! That is the best kind of relationship! I also loved how she didn’t blame others for her issues and owned up to her problems and tried her best to change! She inspired me to look at myself as well and try to work harder to be fit rather then thin! She felt so real and I loved her and Dante’s sexy scenes! Very hot and not to cheesy! Loved how you got to understand both sides of the relationship!

Blizaaah ,

Bad editing

I couldn’t finish it. The scene jumps were jarring and had a tendency to happen without any sort of warning or indication other than a new paragraph.

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