The story continues...
I trusted Colton with every bit of myself. I believed him when he promised he’d never hurt me. But he broke me…and now I watch him give another woman everything I thought would be mine.
I never saw this coming.
I don’t blame Taylor for the decisions she’s made, because I know the fault is all mine. I took her for granted. I broke her heart.
But she’s everything to me. If the guy holding her now thinks for one second I’ll lay down without a fight, he’s dead wrong.
Because I’m coming after what’s mine.
If you have not read Fly yet then stop, do not pass go do not collect $200 and most definitely do not read Fight until you do so. Have I made myself clear? If not let me repeat that one more time. DO NOT READ FIGHT IF YOU HAVE NOT READ FLY!
Now if you have read Fly, Fight picks up where we were left off at so don’t worry. Colton and Taylor will have you sucked right back into their world, I know they did for me at least. I am so terrified that I am going to give a spoiler away so I am going to try to keep this on the shorter side if possible. The angst level is kicked up notch with Fight, the emotions; the kindle throwing moments and drama are all worth it I promise. Are the issues between Colton and Taylor magically resolved within a chapter at the beginning? No they are not and I think that is what makes this such a good book. What would have made it better would be if I could throat punch some bitches but since I can’t I will have to imagine it in my head that I am.
I am putting this, as well as Fly, on my must read again when my crazy schedule allows list. Lately not too many books have been added to it but this one will be in big bold letters, underlines with the side note to read it again asap! So if you are wondering if I liked Fight or not (seriously if you can’t tell) I will say that I freaking loved it!
Like many novelists, especially romance writers, my infatuation with a good love story began early. I don’t remember exactly how old I was, but I’ll admit that Barbie and Ken acted more than a couple of the story lines I had in my head (sorry, Mom, but, no, not all of them were kid-appropriate). The obsession continued to grow as I got older and, whenever I left home, I always had a wire-bound notebook and a blue ballpoint pen in hand. In fact, every August, I still get that goofy, schoolgirl itch to buy up oodles of pens and paper, because, while I love my laptop, nothing compares to writing long-hand. If the house is quiet and there’s a thunderstorm rumbling outside, even better.
Not that I have the slightest a clue what a quiet house is anymore. Having three rambunctious (but awesome) kids, a zippy dog and a pesky cat has completely blurred my memory of peace and quiet. Oh, and I have a husband too–I call him the FisherGuy–and he’s probably louder and crazier than all the rest. I think I’ll keep him though. After all, he keeps me in fresh fish year-round (yum!) and he’s good hero material. Did I mention he’s also a firefighter?
We live in Northern Wisconsin and, let me tell ya, living here has provided lots of small-town fodder for this writer’s overactive imagination. Of course, I know no one who’s lived anything close to the steamy experiences I write about (not that I’d tell ya if I did *wink*). There’s something inherently sexy about not knowing what goes on behind closed doors…or even better, letting my imagination run free, concocting all kinds of stories and scenarios and putting them down on paper. Or my laptop.
2014 is going to be a big year for me, as I debut my first novel early in the spring and the majority of the remaining series as the year goes on. I’ll also be releasing at least one, hopefully two, books in a second series. Both are set in small towns and both will feature smart, spunky heroines and sexy, smokin’ hot heroes. Oh, and romance…sometimes sweet and sometimes sizzling.