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    ...gritty, seductive, uplifting story.

    For a tough guy, it's hard to admit weakness. Noah is a far cry from the young boy who believed there was goodness in the world. Darkness is threatening to swallow him whole and taint anything he touches. Kristina is his only hope, his deepest regret and his greatest weakness. Her giving heart is both an asset and a weakness. It makes her quick to love, but vulnerable to deep hurt. Her heart has and will always belong to one man and she will stop at nothing to help him step back into the light to accept the healing powers of love. Fighting for Everything is a gritty, seductive, uplifting story. Noah and Kristina immerse themselves in some ugly moments and emerge beautifully for it. Kaye is a beast when it comes to stories of courageous survivors and Fighting for Everything empowers it's way right into the heart.
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    Wonderful fight for love. Very informative story.

    Review This story grabbed hold of me and wouldn't let go. I cheered for Noah, a struggling vet, returning home after being hit by an IED. I found myself celebrating his successes and crying over his missteps. Noah is struggling with life. He has a TBI (traumatic brain injury), hearing loss and vision impairment. It isn't just the physical struggles, but the emotional struggles that are wearing Noah down, close to hitting bottom. He needs help before it is too late, before he looses everything and destroys his relationship with Kristina. Kristina has been his best friend for 20 years. She knows that Noah is struggling but is at a loss to rescue her best friend. That won't stop her from trying or from loving him. Open the pages of fighting for Everything. Join the fight to save Noah and gain empathy for those that have lost so much. Learn, along with Noah, that even the damaged can love.
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    5 amazing stars

    Laura Kaye has set up her new series, Warrior Fight Club, phenomenally with the story of Noah and Kristina. The way she shows the strengths, weaknesses, challenges and love between these two lifelong friends as they struggle with Noah’s new life following injuries sustained in the Marine Corp is beautifully written. Noah is a man who returns home broken and with daily physical and emotional struggles that he tries to hide from those he loves and cares about. Thanks to best friend, Kristina, he eventually gives Art Therapy a chance and in turn meets a man who helps him find the best outlet for him, a veterans only MMA Club. Of course the path to this helpful group of men and women is filled with heartbreaking, challenging and even lust filled obstacles. Kristina is the one woman who understands him, who loves him unconditionally and as thoroughly as any way person could love another, but Noah can’t accept this. He feels he is too broken to be the man she needs, but they cannot resist their attraction which of course leads to some extremely steamy scenes, but also heart wrenching results. I could go on and on but all I will say is Laura Kaye has introduced us to a beautiful and imperfect group of Warriors. I cannot wait to meet the rest of the men and women, those they love, or will love, and the twisted, emotionally charged paths they will have to take to find their new lives after enduring some of the most difficult challenges anyone could face after sacrificing in the name of honor to their country.
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    Wonderfully Written!

    Fighting for Everything is a well written book. It deals with some difficult issues and Laura Kaye does a great job with it. The way she writes and explains Noah and all of his thoughts and actions is so good. Everything that he has been through and is going through makes sense and makes you feel and root for him. Being in his head was really interesting for me, especially all the ups and downs he has and how he deals with them. Kristina is a nice and caring girl who will do anything for Noah. I love how she interacts with him and doesn't let him shut her out, she's determined. Her and Noah are a great match; Kristina is just what Noah needs in his life. I really enjoyed Fighting for Everything and am definitely interested in continuing the series.
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    Terrific book and great start to a new series

    This book is what I have come to expect from a Laura Kaye book, especially a military related one - emotional, intense and raw at moments, respectful, sexy and sweet. The biggest thing I can say here is that the issues related to Noah's TBI and PTSD were handled incredibly well. It's clear that Ms. Kaye took the time to truly understand these issues and not just on the surface, but how the lives of someone with these issues are affected over a long period of time, from daily tasks to jobs, personality changes, to family and friends to other relationships. Now on to the rest of the book. I liked Kristina as well. There was a long standing friendship between these two before the book's starting point. Kristina was definitely a positive influence on Noah, but it wasn't one of those "her love miracle cured him" storylines at all - he did the things he needed to do to manage his issues. The relationship side is maybe a bit more like a 4.5 star for me just due to a couple of super super minor things, but overall, I LOVED the book and I think it definitely falls in at 5 stars. I can't wait to read the rest of the series. I recommend this book and if you haven’t tried Laura Kaye before, this is a fabulous time to start!
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