Niles’ love and respect for the extreme sport portrayed in this book gives readers a ringside seat amidst vivid characters. This first in a series is original and fresh. Most will envy her heroine’s determination, but become frustrated as she constantly reminds readers about her weight. Still, the cat-and-mouse chase of budding love is sweet and the sexual chemistry is a knockout.

Caitlyn Moore should be rejoicing in her recent loss of 80 pounds, but she still doesn’t feel attractive or confident enough to accept the attention of hunky MMA fighter Dante Jones. He’s drawn to her demeanor and enjoys the challenge she presents. Cait isn’t used to having a tattooed god like Dante showing interest, and she despises his violent profession. He’s insistent on winning her over even though he should be concentrating on training for his biggest fight to date. Soon, Cait devises a plan that could destroy his ego and her hopes of finding true love. (ENTANGLEDPUBLISHING.COM, dl $5.99)

Reviewed by: 
Jaime A. Geraldi