AN APPLE BOOKS BEST BOOK OF THE MONTH!!
Siskind's latest slow-burn romance is stay-up-all-night addictive and proves love hits when you least expect it...
Growing up with an adoring father for a boxing legend isn't all sunshine and rainbows. It looks more like hospital visits, bloody noses, and cracked ribs. Isla Slade now works as a physiotherapist, helping athletes heal their bodies. Except for boxers. She has no interest in reliving the stress of her teen years. Dating someone in the boxing world? She'd rather snort wasabi powder.
Until she meets Preston Church.
Preston manages heavyweight boxing darling Brick Kramarov. A brute who's built tougher than his name, with a cocky attitude to boot. She wants nothing to do with either man, but her father begs her to help them prepare for a huge Vegas fight.
She doesn't expect Preston to recite romantic poems and slowly break her resolve. His fascinating mind gets under her skin, even if his star athlete reminds her how much she hates boxing.
Too bad it's Brick coaching Preston how to woo Isla, falling for her from the sidelines. Once she finds out, she'll have to decide if she can risk loving another man who puts it all on the line for the knockout.
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"These characters are so full of passion and heart--their romance is what happily-ever-afters are made of." ~ USA Today bestselling author Brenda St. John Brown
"An addictive binge read romance!" ~ Doing it by the Book
"There's only one way to review this...by yelling it from the rooftops about how awesome it is!" ~ Red Reader
Read the complete Showmen series:
New Orleans Rush
Don't Go Stealing My Heart
The Beat Match
The Knockout Rule
APPLE BOOKS REVIEW
The fourth book in Kelly Siskind’s Showmen series is so poignant—and its characters so excellent—that it stayed with us long after we finished. Isla Slade is a poetry-loving physiotherapist who has just one rule: She doesn’t work with boxers. That’s because her father, once a heavyweight champ and now a manager, has Parkinson’s disease due to chronic head trauma. But she breaks that rule to help her father’s latest champ, Brick Kramarov, after learning that her dad banked his future on him. We love how Brick defies stereotypes—he’s studying to be a linguist and woos Isla with the poetry she loves. Throw in Isla’s close father-daughter relationship, and The Knockout Rule reveals far more gentleness and kindness than you’d ever associate with the rough-and-tumble boxing world.