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    "He valued their friendship down to his very soul"

    For the Anthology I reviewed “Fighting For Everything” by Laura Kaye My heart was beating quickly when I began reading “Fighting for Everything.” Laura Kaye is one of my favorite authors and I knew I was in for a treat. The pain and misery that Noah has and is still experiencing is heartbreaking, and I could feel his despair reaching through the pages, tugging at my heart. Noah is still torn up about the deaths of his buddies in the war and he knows he should be thankful that he came home, even though his injuries have changed his life forever. The nightmares consume his mind and sleep is impossible. He is angry, jealous, confused and depressed. He refuses to be a burden to his family or his best friend, Kristina. He had been avoiding her since he returned home seven months ago because he didn’t want her to see how much he has changed. He is not the man she knew when he left for college and the Marines, and he doesn’t want to disappoint her or have her pity him. When their paths finally crossed, Kristina could feel the coldness coming from Noah and it really disturbed her, but she wouldn’t give up on him. She knows he needs her and she will do everything in her power to help him break free from the darkness. This book captivated me from the first page and I felt connected to the characters in a way I have never felt before. Noah and Kristina have been friends for a long time and friends will always be there for you, no matter what. Thank you, Laura, for writing such a beautiful and uplifting book, and I am looking forward to the next book in the series, “Fighting For What’s His.”

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