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    A Man Worth Fighting For by Sara Daniel is the second book in the Wiccan Haus series written by a group of authors. Shot by a member of his elite military team, Justin Lawson has broke it off with his girlfriend and taken his broken body and soul to Wiccan Haus. Holly Walters refuses to accept Justin's choice to end it and follows him. Putting herself in danger. This book is full of intrigue, heat, adventure, unexpected surprises and a dangerous enemy. It has a good pace and is well written with a story that is believable and a treat to experience. The heat between Justin and Holly is steamy and hot. The interactions between the couple is often times heated, exciting and leaves you wanting more. This book is a good read for sure. Wiccan Haus series........ #1 Shifting Hearts by Dominique Eastwick #2 A Man Worth Fighting For by Sara Daniel #3 An Apple Away by Kate Richards #4 Siren's Serenade by Dominique Eastwick #5 Psychic Lies by Sara Daniel #6 Shifter's Dance by Vanessa North #7 Unveil My Heart by Nya Rayne #8 Shifter's Song by Vanessa North #9 Finding Her A-Muse-Ment by Rebecca Royce #10 Lifebound by Leigh Daley #11 Guarding His Heart by Carolyn Spear #12 The 13th Guest by Rebecca Royce #13 A Bride Worth Fighting For by Sara Daniel Good series. I look forward to reading more of the series. I recommend it to everyone. ***Gifted a Copy to review*** L.

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