Love Tap by M.N. Forgy http://amzn.to/29l5xKn
What do you get with a book about a female and male fighter who have a I-hate-you-but-really-love-you kind of relationship?
A hot, sexy one with two characters fighting their demons the only way they know how, with their fists.
“I don’t want to report about the best fighters in the world. I want to be one”
Tate has always been different from other girls and has never wanted to be anything but a fighter, following in her dad’s footsteps.
Camden is the boy next door, growing into the man who is her everything. These two share their love of fighting, both wanting to break out onto the professional scene.
Camden sees Tate for who she is and loves her for it. He doesn’t try to change her, or make her conform to what is expected. Her differences are what attract him. He believes in her when others don’t.
Tate is torn between love and family, willing to sacrifice her happiness for the benefit of others. She walks away from everything she has ever known, becoming broken and numb. When these two are reunited years later, watch the fireworks commence!
“I thought my longing for Tate grew into hate these past years. That was until I just saw her. I miss her and hate her.”
“I don’t know whether I want to hate f*** him, or just hate him.”
These two have lost so much in their lives, including each other. Camden is bitter and confused. Watching them struggle with their feelings was a real treat, because you just knew with all that combustion, things were going to blow! Add in the fact that they both love to fight, and you get a convergence of intense emotions.
Camden is such a protective hero. Tate is his, and no one messes with her, ever. Tate is strong and stubborn, always rising to a challenge. These two butt heads a lot! But they will have to open up to each other about the past, if they want to make a go of their future.
With off the charts sexual tension, a sexy male fighter, and a woman who doesn’t back down but fights with all she is, this book is packed with yummy goodness.
“It was a love tap. Shake it off and show me what you got.” /b>