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    Another awesome addition to Brookhollow!

    Another awesome addition to Brookhollow! The first part of the story had me doing a "Wait-wha-WHAT?!" triple-take! I could not believe what happened! It was so unlike anything I had ever read in a romance novel, and I was SO interested to see where Jennifer took this story! Noah, in my opinion, was nothing short of adorable! An MMA fighter, he struggled with doing what HE wanted in life, and wondering IF it was what he really wanted. Lindsay was pretty cold towards Noah, but given her inherited situation, I can't say I blame her. This story is yet another example of how Jennifer can successfully write a myriad of characters and incorporate them into one cohesive town. I love how she brought past characters into this book! I can't wait to read what she writes next!!! ***I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review***
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    will look for more by Snow

    I liked this story, but I didn’t love it. This is part of a series and I understand that returning readers may be pretty affected by the death of Lindsay’s brother and sister-in-law, but I joined in the middle so I had no ties to them. Unfortunately I didn’t have ties to any of the other characters either and I’m not sure if that would have helped things. All the way to the end I was doing pretty good. I understood where Lindsay was coming from on her objections to Noah’s fighting. It’s not a pretty sport and I don’t know how I would handle being romantically tied to someone who does it for a living, so her hesitation to get involved with him didn’t bother me. And his persistence, while it could be stalkerish, is actually an endearing characteristic. She gave off just enough of a vibe to show her conflicting emotions that he knew she wasn’t completely against it. I like Noah – he’s dedicated and caring, has overcome a very difficult background and has made a place for himself. I was right there with Lindsay as Noah showed her the man behind the fighter, and I gave him a little piece of my heart as well. My problem though is with the resolution of their conflict. I think there could have been more build up to the final decision. I liked it, I just didn’t understand it. It seemed a little too sudden to be believable – it was all one way thru the book and then it switches. I just wish we had a little more set up to it. Overall though I enjoyed Fighting for Keeps and will look for more by Snow and in the Brookhollow series. (Complimentary copy provided in exchange for an honest review)

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