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  • An Absolute Must Read

    Well dang. That was a f-ing roller-coaster ride. Okay, so we met Axelle/Elle in Fighting to Forgive and I totally wanted to cut her dad's *ahem* off then. Now I want to even more. The inner turmoil caused by that "man" is heartbreaking, as is Killian's reaction to it. He gave up so much for her. Don't take that wrong...Axelle isn't exactly rolling in the roses happy. She is giving up parts of herself on the daily. If I ever wished for two characters to spill more than these two, the list is short. Fighting Fate is an absolutely beautiful story of two friends who are in love with each other and the difficult choices that can come with that deep a love. It gutted me, inspired me, and captivated me. I can barely describe Axelle without my stomach churning, my eyes stinging, and my heart breaking. She is so f-ing broken. It's easy to at least see bits and pieces of yourself in her, if not whole chunks like I did. JB gives Axelle so much life I wished I could take her out for coffee, watch the fight, and basically hang out with her in real life. As difficult as her choice was, I really loved her for it. It was awful to witness, and I hated it for both of them, but I knew it was the right thing to do as much as she did. Killian. Who doesn't want a Killian????? He did so much for this girl, and then right when those rose colored glasses cover his eyes, the sucker-punch of a lifetime shatters everything. I'm gonna say there was a time that I wanted to pummel him, which would take a lot because he's a freaking MMA fighter. But I did. I hated it. It was so necessary, it was, but I f-ing hated it. I'm seriously holding back tears RIGHT NOW thinking about this book. If that doesn't say enough to get you to pick it up, you're just being mean. Okay, not really, but c'mon...Do it! I know while I was reading there were things I didn't totally dig (in a "this is meh" way, not a "WHY ARE YOU DOING THIS TO ME?" way), but that's why I waited a few days to write the review. Those things weren't big enough for me to remember by now - take that however you want to. I take it to mean, they hit me when reading, but the overall story, the journey that JB took me on, overrode any negative feelings I had.

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  • Friends to lovers

    I was fascinated with Axelle and Killian since I met them in Fighting to Forgive. I liked how the start of the story but disagreed with how the characters behaved towards the end...

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