Sometimes life is a dream you don't want to wake up from . . .
The night Alison Lockhart walks in to Undisputed, she only wants to have a drink, celebrate a friend's birthday, and forget about the newest guy her mother tried to set her up with. It's why, when the infamous Jay "The Hurricane" Hamilton—one of the highest-ranking boxers at The Underground—labels her a ring rat, she writes him off as just another guy with an over-inflated ego.
Only she can't stop thinking about him.
Or his steel-blue eyes.
Or the apology on his perfect lips.
Their fall is fast and hard, but when Alison's ex shows up and Jay starts keeping secrets, will they be able to find their way out of the nightmare?
*** Standalone. Recommended for readers 17+ ***
She falls in love with Jay and agrees to spend the rest of each other lives together soon Marco got snotty and had someone hit there car and assault her because Marco wanted to fight jay for the title jay agree to fight and he does while she is coma and he dies. She wake up weeks later to him dead. I toke a star off for that
Heart literally broke
I usually don’t read books with this kind of beginning or ending. I’m used to the beginning being rough the two characters fight with themselves for the feeling they have for one another and struggle then end up being very happy and together for the end of time. When I began reading If you say so I was thrown of kilter and was waiting for something bad to happen and they struggle in their relationship. I was definitely not expecting a heart breaking end like this one. I cried so much. It was an amazing book showing real love and heart break. I’ll definitely be going back to reading my other books that leave on a happy note but I won’t forget this one for sure. The love and the heartbreak will be very hard to forget. Definitely recommend reading the authors note because I definitely agree where she’s coming from when making the end what it was. I fell in love with Ali’s and Jay’s relationship it left a burning felling in my heart. Thank you for an amazing story
This book, all I have to say is… slow story and horrible horrible ending.