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Fighting to Forgive (The Fighting Series Book 2) by [Salsbury, J.B.]
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Fighting to Forgive (The Fighting Series Book 2) Kindle Edition

4.9 out of 5 stars 60 customer reviews
Book 2 of 7 in The Fighting Series (7 Book Series)

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About the Author

Bestselling author JB Salsbury lives in Phoenix, Arizona with her husband and two kids. She spends the majority of her day as a domestic engineer. But while she works through her daily chores, a world of battling alphas, budding romance, and impossible obstacles claws away at her subconscious, begging to be released to the page. Her love of good storytelling led her to earn a degree in Media Communications. With her journalistic background, writing has always been at the forefront, and her love of romance prompted her to sink her free time into novel writing. Fighting for Flight is her first novel in the MMA romance series. For more information on the series or just to say hello, visit JB on her website, Facebook, or Goodreads. www.jbsalsbury.com https://www.facebook.com/JBSalsburybooks http://www.goodreads.com/author/show/6888697.Jamie_Salsbury

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2631 KB
  • Print Length: 459 pages
  • Publisher: JB Salsbury LLC (19 Nov. 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00EYFQD8U
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars 60 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #74,737 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I'm so glad I purchased this book. What a story, makes you laugh and cry. I couldn't put it down and even though you want to get to the end to find the happy ever after, you still don't want it to finish.
Will purchase other books in series
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By Laura TOP 500 REVIEWER on 21 Nov. 2013
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I've been looking forward to this book as I loved Blake in Fighting for Flight. Blake is a bit of a manwhore and into threesomes etc. That is until the day he meets the new Assistant at the Gym, Layla Moorehead and she instantly intrigues him.

Layla has left her sleaze ball husband of 16 years and has moved away and found a new job. She has a 16 year old daughter. Then she meets Blake and some aspects of her life start to improve! The sex scenes in this book are well written. I loved Blake, he's an alpha male which is my favourite kind of hero! As we all know, an alpha male will do anything to protect his woman. The chemistry between Blake and Layla was very believable but there were a few instances when I thought what they learnt about each other should have been expanded on but it's hard to explain without posting spoilers.

One thing puzzled me and that is we are told Layla is 32 but we never find out Blake's age. It took me to well into 80% of the book to work out he's 27 and that was only from something he said! I liked Layla but at times she seemed to act more like someone in her early 20's. I also felt like her relationship with her daughter should have been explored more. There is a touching bit in the epilogue but it didn't have quite the impact it could have done as I didn't really feel we got to know the daughter, Ella, well enough.

This book was just as good as the first book but again, it loses a star because I feel the author needs to work on her plot a bit more. I found myself guessing too much of what was going to happen and also like the first book I found some aspects of the storyline a bit far fetched although admittedly, this one was not as far fetched as book one. Blake and Layla both have a lot of issues from their pasts.
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Ok so after reading Fighting for Flight I didn't think I could love an MMA fighter anymore than I love Jonah but I was soooooooooooooooooooo wrong.

Blake is panty melting, heart rippingly beautilicious. He always made me chuckle in Fighting for Flight but I fell in love with him in this book.

Layla comes with baggage and by baggage I mean full on set needing extra help to carry them. Venturing to Las Vegas from the clutches of her evil abusive husband she is learning to stand on her own two feet and support herself and daughter Axelle.

Blake is "hit them once" wonder - no emotional attachment and especially no baggage - he doesn't want to have to deal with all that gooey stuff and then he comes across Layla.

Both are on paths of new discoveries and have lots of issues standing in their way but together they can teach each other how to trust and explore opening your heart to new possibilities and learning to forgive - the past and each other.

I loved Fighting for Flight, I loved Fighting to Forgive even more and I think I'm going to have to have a break (well at least till bedtime) till I start Rex's story - I'm not sure my heart can take it
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4.5 Snake loving stars

Wow. I can't believe Salsbury managed to out-do the first novel. How often is the sequel better than the first in a series? Nearly never. I loved Fighting For Flight, but this was even better.

Blake 'The Snake' Daniels, MMA fighter and playboy. He's never been in a relationship. Bring in Layla. Lovely Layla who has moved to Vegas with her daughter to escape a horrific marriage. I fell in love with them both. The more we hear of Layla and her horrendous husband, the more I wanted to shout, scream, kill or maim. The chemistry between her and Blake was created brilliantly and Salsbury created two characters who had appeal and depth. As their story unfolded I found myself completely engrossed, even holding the kindle in one hand whilst stirring pots as dinner was being made with the other.

I can't wait for April 15th when the next in the series comes out. Countdown has begun.
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What a story! Epic! Amazing!
I loved Jonah and Raven's story in the first one and I wasn't sure if anything was going to top that. I was wrong and I am happy to be wrong.
This is Blake 'The Snake' Daniels story.

Blake who will not get tied down to a woman with baggage likes easy, no attachment sex. He gets what he wants because of who he is a fighter and best friends with Jonah 'The Assassin' Slade. He is never in need of company and women just fall at his feet.
He has a past. he is hiding things from his childhood and scars that run deep, too deep.
But he meets Layla, a strong single mother who has had a traumatic marriage who puts her child first before anything and will do everything and anything to protect her 16 year old daughter.
Everything that Blake wants and does to avid, but how can something he doesn't want become something he has to have?

Layla is a single mother to a 16 year old daughter and is recently divorced. Her marriage was a loveless marriage. She has suffered more then most and now she has to put up with a 16 year old who is suffering from the affects of that marriage, staring over in a new school and new friends.
Layla is the new assistant to Tayler Gibbs and she is going to prove her worth and that she has earned the job herself.
Although Layla is hard up with cash, doesn't have any friends, doesn't know anyone she is determined to give her daughter a better life in Las Vegas then the one they had in Seattle.
That is until she meets cocky, handsome, strong, lightweight fighter Blake 'The Snake' Denials. He is rude, outspoken and he doesn't even hide that fact that he is ogling at her. But there is something about him that calls to her. Has she misjudged him? do they both have the same insecurities?
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