Hank Jones is about to endure the fight of his career. Preparing for this night his entire life, there's only one thing standing in his way of a knockout victory...her!
Taryn Morris, the daughter of Hank's trainer, recently moved back home after graduating college. The tomboy that left town four years ago is not the same girl that has now walked back into his life.
Growing up together through their adolescent years, there was never an emotion or physical connection between them. Now, years later, Hank can't seem to get Taryn out of his mind.
Can Hank ignore this magnetic pull to focus on his fight or will he risk it all for the biggest fight of his life...for her?
*arc provided from the author for an honest review*
For a serial, which I'm not normally a fan of, I really liked this. It has an ending that leaves you flying high and wondering what the consequences of the decision Hank made will be. You already know the heartache he has lived with, now you have to wonder what heartache is going to come. I like the fight aspect of the book. It wasn't too over the top and didn't take away from the Hero/heroine aspect of the story. It was almost like a complimentary story to the characters/ a storyline beside a storyline. Tyf does a great job of mending them together and not allowing one to our weigh the other. She does a good job of making sure that they mend together and flow very well.
Not a fan of serials but I still really liked it. I give this 3.5 stars!