January 2018 - Ultimate Reading Challenge

For January, I re-read Fighting For Flight by JB Salsbury.

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Jonah was a prized MMA fighter, set to grab the championship. He’s not looking for any distractions. Having never been in a relationship, staying away from one is easy. Until it isn’t.

The best thing to ever happen to me shows up in coveralls and a pair of Chucks when I least expect it. I’ll do whatever it takes to keep her.

Raven never had things easy. Her mom never showed her affection, she’s never thought much of herself to even try to date someone, so she lives her days as an amazing mechanic. She’s steeped in loneliness and it was easy to see even if she couldn’t identify it. And her whole entire world changes the day she meets Jonah.

These two were impossible not to fall in love with. Their journey to finding love with each other was easy, however, the road to happily ever after would be far from it. Raven’s mother was a prostitute, her father was her pimp (one of the most infamous pimps in Vegas), and he has every intention of turning her into a profitable commodity. Will Jonah be able to save his girl and ride off into the sunset?

“This whole time I thought I was living. But the day I met you, the lights came on. You fill me with things I thought I’d never feel again.”

There’s a lot of swoony moments, the hero is a heartthrob, the heroine is so adorable it’s not funny, there’s some suspense, and the side characters, especially Blake, made this story refreshingly unique. I read the entire series and I’ll tell you this… it is one series not to be missed.


Monthly Themes

January: Re-read an old favorite
February: Tear Jerker
March: New-to-You Author
April: Single Word Title
May: Set In a Place You’d Like to Visit
June: Movie Adaptation
July: A book with a cover you love
August: On your TBR for a long time
September: A genre that will take you out of your comfort zone
October: A book with your favorite trope
November: Main character is a musician or actor
December: Book over 400 pages

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