Tuesday, August 18, 2015

Review of Laid Out (Worth the Fight #4) by @SidneyHalston

*Perfect for fans of Monica Murphy and Cecy Robson, Sidney Halston’s scorching new MMA romance proves there are no holds barred when it comes to seduction.*
Growing up an Army brat, Violet Channing could never meet her dad’s high expectations. But in the eyes of her best friend, she could do no wrong. He even insisted that he should be her first kiss. Now Cain Sorensen is all grown up, hardened by years in special ops and always looking for a good fight. Tall, with striking blue eyes and impossibly blond hair, he’s a modern-day Viking warrior. Of course, Violet’s all grown up, too, and she’s ready to surrender to his every command.

Cain knows he’s bad for Violet. His work is dangerous, and his hobbies are downright deadly. As a private mercenary and a mixed martial arts fighter, he could never let such an innocent soul into his world. And yet his most grueling combat training is no match for Violet’s killer curves, hot touch, and suggestive glances. Now all of Cain’s most explosive fantasies are coming true—but once they cross the line between friends and lovers, there’s no turning back.

Overall Rating:  4 Rockin’ ★★★★

They grew up together and have always been friends.  In Laid Out, Worth the Fight series this friendship grows and evolves into something entirely different than either expected.  Author Sidney Halston once again delivers an incredible, heart stopping read for her fan’s enjoyment!  The book is set in Tarpon Springs, Florida and centers on a group of MMA fighters, the gym they train at, and their friends and family. Ms. Halston’s characters in this novel could be your next door neighbors or friends you get together with and go out for dinner and drinks.  This novel is filled with realistic characters and situations that are easily related to while still totally involving the reader in an action pack story.

Our hero, Cain Sorensen has loved Violet Channing as long as he has known her.  He gave her, her first kiss and then gave her up because his best friend loved her too.  Struggling for years watching them together almost destroyed him.  When his friend was killed in an ambush, Cain’s guilt once again kept him away from Violet.  Is there a way for them to be together?  Will Violet ever feel the same way about him that he feels about her?  Take the time to enjoy this emotional story about love and friendship!

Hero: Cain Sorensen 4 stars
Heroine: Violet Channing 4 stars
Steam: 4 stars
Plot: 4 stars

Cliffhanger: No

***Received an ARC of this book from the Author in exchange for an honest review***

 Buy Links:  Amazon US/Barnes and Noble

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