No matter how fast he runs, there’s one thing Jag can’t escape.
It has the power to destroy the man he’s worked so hard to become.
Jag is slated to be the next MMA champion. It’s been years in the making. The hype surrounding his prized fight is ignited by his charismatic personality and smoldering good looks.
But it’s all a shield protecting the storm brewing inside of him...
And now, there’s a new girl in town Jag can’t seem to stay away from. She’s quiet, mysterious, and sexy as sin.
His demons. Her secrets. They collide when least expected.
Now I haven’t read Cruz yet, I ran out of town and now I want to read it as soon as I am able to because if it is as good as Jag was then I know I will love it. Now no worries if you are like me and haven’t read Cruz, you can read Jag as a standalone.
I really enjoyed this one from the very start. It starts with us learning about Jag’s past and let me tell you something, my heart began to break but then I got to see how someone made him be a better man, that person being Boss. Sunni has her own past, her own secrets and when you learn them, you are both terrified that it is true but heartbroken because you know it’s not. Which one is it? Well, you will have to read it obviously to find out because I won’t be telling you. Jag he is funny, he is obnoxious in a good way, he is loveable and he a bit broken but he is so much more than a MMA fighter. Sunni and Jag they are meant for each other, and when everything happens I think that is what makes it so much more painful to read about because you know the love these two have for each other.
Jag is the second book in the series and I hope that Ms. Bellus will be writing more about the other fighters because I really want their stories. I really enjoyed Jag and the way that I felt the strength that these characters show each other. This proves that family doesn’t always mean shared DNA, it mean who you hold close to your heart and who you will do anything to protect and them the same for you.
HJ Bellus is a small-town girl who loves the art of storytelling. When not making readers laugh or cry, she's a part-time livestock wrangler that can be found in the middle of Idaho, shot gunning a beer while listening to some Miranda Lambert on her Beats and rocking out in her boots.