Book Review : Fight for Her : The Complete Series by J.J. Knight
Fight for Her
The Complete Series by J.J. Knight Release Date: December 7th, 2015 Publisher: Casey Shay Press Source: Purchased via Amazon Synopsis: The complete four-book series from USA Today bestselling author JJ Knight, now in one boxed set. What do you do when you’ve just lost everything? You fight. For four years, I’ve been punching and kicking my way through hundreds of unworthy MMA opponents. For four years, I’ve kept seeing her face. Maddie’s face. My one great love. After a brutal cage match that sent me to the ER, Maddie took off across the country. Six months pregnant. She left to have my baby as far from me as she could. No more violence, she said. No fighting. I had to live with it. I had no choice. But last night I got a phone call from my little girl, asking me to come to her fourth birthday party. Her friends all have daddies, she said. Would I be hers? Damn right I will. I decide that when I get to New York, I’m not going to care about Maddie. I’m not going to even look at her. But I do. And the moment I see her again, I know one thing is true.
This ain’t over. **Don't miss the boxed set of the blockbuster series with Parker, a spin off character from JJ Knight's bestselling series, Uncaged Love. Features appearances by Dylan Wolf from the Revenge series, and Jax DeLuca from Annie Winter's The Vigilante's Lover series.**
Sports Romance is one of my favorite genres to read. Throw in a second chance at love story and you got my complete attention. When I found this box set, the cover and blurb caught my attention instantly. I could not wait to start this new ready journey and get to read Maddie and Parker's story.
Four years is a long time a part from the people that you love. Parker has been separated from the two most important people in his life. His daughter Lily and is one true love Maddie. There is nothing that will keep him away from Lily and Maddie once he's reunited with them. The demons from his past and his fighting career are getting in the way of building his dream life with his family. Will Parker make the right decisions in order to keep his family safe and happy?
I really enjoyed Maddie and Parker's journey. It was great to see their relationship evolve. When Parker comes back into her life, Maddie can't deny that her feelings for him are stronger than ever. She has mixed emotions about having him back in her life and she takes matters into her own hands to keep their daughter safe. I liked that about her.
Parker was a great character as well. It was sweet to see him play, laugh, chat with his daughter. Lily is such a lovable kid. She brings a dose of sunshine to this story and you will love her from the moment you meet her. Parker knows that is fighting career is keeping him from his family and he's ready to make changes to have Lily and Maddie in his life.
Maddie and Parker's chemistry was great and the story was easy to follow. They had many ups and downs on their journey, but together they made it work. I don't know if I could have handled all the cliffhangers if I read these books separately. OMG! These cliffhangers are the worst!!! I'm really happy I got to read them back-to-back. It was my first time reading a book by J.J. Knight and I really liked my reading journey. I met some secondary characters that I want to know more of. I will definitely add their books to my TBR list.
I give, Fight for Her: The Complete Series, by J.J. Knight, 4 fast-paced, action-packed, second chance at love stars!
About the Author:
JJ Knight's new adult, contemporary romance, and sports romance include MMA fighters who are winning hearts as well as rock stars and music label interns at odds with each other's ambitions. JJ's books tend to lean toward the hotter, steamy, slightly erotic end of the romance novel spectrum. The themes tend to involve fighting fate, finding your destiny, and of course, the happily ever after. JJ is also known for her epic cliffhangers. Luckily, her four primary series are complete, so fans discovering her romantic suspense series will not have to wait for the next volume.
Her work has been compared to Jamie McGuire's Beautiful Disaster series and J.B. Salsbury's Fighting for Flight series, as well as Phenomenal X. JJ trained with actual MMA fighters for eight months to gain the experience to write her mixed martial arts series -- Uncaged Love and Fight for Her. The cover of Fight for Her is an image of her second trainer, whose tattoos kept her going during hard workout sessions.