Dante "Inferno" Jones is used to winning in the ring. But when the MMA fighter meets pretty Caitlyn Moore, he seems to be striking out left and right. The more Cait denies his advances, the more intrigued he becomes by the sharp-tongued beauty. She's a challenge he can't resist.
Comfortable with the average Joe, Cait doesn't get it when the ultramasculine Dante walks into her life and expresses an interest in her. Sure, she's shed 80 pounds, and her confidence is building, but there's nothing spectacular about her. Certainly not enough to hang on to a ripped babe magnet like Dante, whose violent profession, catty groupies, and cruel competitors are already making her life a living hell.
Dante's lighthearted pursuit quickly becomes a battle to win her heart as they find themselves thrown together again and again--and it's affecting his training. Cait won't let him lose the biggest fight of his career because of her, but when her plan to keep him focused lands her in the dangerous clutches of Dante's vicious opponent, there is more at stake than just the championship belt.
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not 18hrs 50 mins.
Audible says this book is 18hrs 50 minutes but it is only 9 hours and 24 minutes. But I do have to say it is a good listen.
This Book was an OK listen
Liked the hero, exciting fight at the climax of the story between the hero and his opponent who was a very bad guy, good HEA and ending
Heroine has a real chip on her shoulders throughout most of the story. The fat comments by adults were juvenile at best and offensive at worst. The heroine has lost 80 pounds, works out every day and is in fantastic shape, so because she is size 12, she is considered a pity date by one and a piggy by others? Give me a break. Really? Is this the world we live in today? Beauty comes in all shapes and sizes. Healthy is beautiful. Also, the bad guy kidnaps the heroine not once, but twice, and no one ever presses charges against him? Maybe the author should consider writing fantasy where the reality check can be left at the door. Narrator was only OK, not able to differentiate between characters much. Except the bad guy, he spoke with a southern accent. Finally, the story was done before. The opponent uses the hero’s girlfriend against him in an effort to win the upcoming fight. Nothing new here, but it makes the meat of the story more important which fell short for me.
In spite of all my cons, the author knows how to use a pen. Will I continue with this series? Not sure, but I will not be opposed to trying this author in the future if the story description captures my attention.
- Kindle Customer