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- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 151884653X
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- Language: English
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- Average Customer Review: 36 customer reviews
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I had a few issues with this book. Ren seemed to go from carer to a female version of The Rock in a few months. She also stayed in her 'closet' room at the gym way longer than I think she would have. She had no ties to the place, especially with the way her dad treated her, yet she didn't move out at the first opportunity. She got a part time job but she stayed, she won 2 grand and stayed, her friend complained about expensive rent and instead of getting a full time job and offering to move in and help out, she stayed! Her dad refused to introduce her to his other family, Ash was tormenting her and her half sister was making her miserable yet she stayed there.
I wouldn't have minded the cliffhangers ending so much if a few more secrets had been revealed. As it was, it feels more like an unfinished story rather than a suspense filled ending.
This was book was free and the story was interesting but it defeats the purpose as you will definitely have to read the next book to get any resolution. As it is I don't think I'll continue.
I think the only reason I didn’t DNF this book was because I was hoping at some point it would get better, but it didn’t, if anything it got worse. Both characters are pretty screwed up in different ways. They both exhibited really unhealthy behaviors towards one another and could probably do with some intense therapy to deal with their anger issues because using a fighting to release clearly isn’t working for them!
All in there is so much hate and violence in this book that I’m not sure how it is even considered a romance book.
I don’t really have much more to say the whole book left a bad taste in my mouth.
This book has everything. ..action...love...lust... great characters written very well and it's been a thoroughly enjoyable read!
I love Ash and Ren and they're perfect for each other...even if it's in some unconventional ways...but that's what makes them perfect together 😊
It does have very graphic and adult themes and storylines so don't read if your squeamish in any way!
I can't wait to read Part 2!!
Ren goes looking for the father that abandoned her when she was 5, leaving her to look after her dying mum.
Ash the bad boy who returns to Bust and underground fighting.
Ren gets involved in the fighting game and one night things take a horrifying turn for the worst and Ash is gone.
A fiery female with a lot of pent up anger and hurt
An silent Alpha male who says it all with action
Gripping hot read with grit emotion,angst and drama take a journey into the fighting world.
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"Talk about it? Talk about Mum and all those years in and out oh hospitals and the near death experiences? How can you talk about watching the life slip from someone's eyes? How do you explain the hollowness at being all alone in the world?"
Ren has not had the best in life, her dad walked away from her and her mother and never looked back. Unfortunately cancer was a constant companion and throughout her childhood she watched as her mother suffered and finally lost the battle. Leaving her last wish to for Ren to meet her Father she follows her mother's wishes and finds herself at Beats doors.
Not exactly welcomed with opened arms Ren is left to live at the gym in the spare room at the back like a homeless unwanted extra. Her half sister Monica is a conniving heartless bitch who thrives on her misery and is juvenile due to being a pampered princess...everything Ren is not. Her Dad has no excuses or even explanations as to why he did what he did, he's very restrained in his manner towards Ren and I have to say I didn't warm to him. He shows more kindness the the Twins than his own flesh and blood.
Ash, once the golden boy of Beat he had been disqualified from the Championship and then disappeared for four years. Suddenly turning up again no one dares question him as they all see the inner beast caged within. He continues to train at Beat and helps pay the way to get the club back on it's feet. Throughout training session he and Ren play a cat and mouse game continually eyeing each other up but not taking it any forther due their own demons.
This is there story of how slowly letting someone in can quieten the rage, channel the fury and keep the beast content...but only if it's fed with the thrill and exhilaration of fighting in The Underground.Tthe romance builds and barriers break down, Ash takes a determined Ren into the world of illegal cage fighting. The scenes are so well written I could fell the bass of the music and the smell the sweat of the fighters. Written in a dual perspective we get to see how alike Ren and Ash are in their coping mechanisms, how he fights to save her and how scared she is of being alone again.
Will things out of their control beat them? Can Ash ever calm his beasts enough to love Ren? Or has fate already decided the winner? I need the next book now, as that is one bloody mailing biting ending.
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