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With his preppy clothes and horn-rimmed glasses, Enzo Silva is the last dude anyone expects to find in a mixed martial arts gym. A wealthy Brazilian banker who never had to fight for anything, Enzo's stuck in the amateur circuit - but he burns to make the pros. Maybe that explains the heat he feels whenever he's around Jamie Lynn Calhoun. The pint-size, magenta-haired bartender with the Texas drawl is everything he's not...and everything he craves.
Tough as nails and independent to a fault, Jamie Lynn - JL to her friends - works hard to pay her bills and keep life simple. Enzo is doing his best to complicate that. Even though she likes to bust his balls, he's got some kind of a nerdy-hot vibe that makes JL wonder if she might finally be able to let her guard down. It might do the boy some good to spend some time in her world, where blood, sweat, and victory are as sweet as the first taste of real love.
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By Brandie @Bookwhore_am_I on 01-04-18
Story: This was an easy book to love. I enjoyed the characters, the story, and everything else. I love when characters learn and grow just from knowing each other. This was a sweet story with the lesson of take charge or your own life and live it for yourself!
Narration: I always enjoy Lacy's narrations. This was a new accent from her that i had not heard. She did a fab job :) Loved it!
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By Romance junkie on 06-24-18
Opposites Attract Brining Out The Best In Each Other
Enzo, Brazilian, sent to Florida by his father after his divorce and to work, he meets JL a tattooed waitress with purple hair. He is a very straight arrow the antithesis of JL. But she makes him feel free and happy.
JL is leery to go out with the billionaire who has had a very different life and she has been hurt.
With the backdrop of amateur MMA, street art, children and addiction the story is interesting and kept me drawn in the entire time. I liked the characters, main and secondary...all likable and a nice variety. The writing was very well done.
My only issue to lower the stars was the narration of the two main characters, everyone and the rest was great, but I didn’t care for the accent or lack of, once I got accustomed to it it was better, but I would have liked purer appropriate accents and voices for JL and Enzo.
I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.