Monday, September 21, 2015

Fighting For Forever By: JB Salsbury **Review By Amy

Independent reviewer for Archaeolibrarian – I Dig Good Books 
And Readers Isle- Escaping Reality in Fiction

**Disclaimer- I received a copy of this book from Give Me Books in exchange for a fair and honest review.** 

Trix, a volunteer by day, a stripper by night.  Though, to many, she is a good for nothing else, stripper with a good body and a nice rack. She isn’t even close to the names people call her but she doesn’t care what people think.  She has a mission in life and she will do whatever she has to do in order to fulfill her promise she made many years ago.  Little does she know accidentally breaking the cell phone of a UFL fighter will open her heart and mind to love. Mason is a hunky UFL fighter that has a problem with dealing with his anger in the appropriate manner and this time, it is going to open his world to love and heartache all over again. Trix and Mason – are they capable of opening their heart to another without throwing up so many walls they can’t be broken down?  Can Trix stop long enough to trust another person? 
Not surprisingly, this book rocked! It was much deeper and darker than I ever expected. The characters in this book were written incredibly well.  There was no question in my mind to what they looked like or how they thought throughout the entire book thanks to the wonderful descriptive writing by JB. She isn’t afraid to take you to deep and dark places and not surprisingly, she wrote another homerun!  
This is a book that will keep you on the edge of your seat, tearing at your fingernails, and maybe wincing in a few spots.  There is absolutely no lack of emotion throughout the story, from page one.  You will laugh, smile, get pissed off, be depressed, and end the story with a smile on your face. What more could you ask for? 
As I have read all the other books from the Fighting Series, this book threw me for a loop.  I never would have guessed Mason to be the way he was written. It was a jaw dropping surprise.  The more the layers that are peeled back on both Mason and Trix the more things in previous books start clicking in place. I know that’s vague, but once you read the book (which you should do NOW), you will understand. Trix and Mason are a couple that I fell in love with and loved even more on the last page. They are strong and beautiful people and fight for their life and the life of loved ones.  
Please, go one-click a copy of this book now if you have read the other books! You won’t regret it. 

Rating 5/5 

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Thanks & Happy Reading!

**Review by Amy, posted by Dany!

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