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But as soon as she meets handsome Declan Stone, she is smitten. Quickly they become friends, finding frequent reasons to see each other around the office, and Ella longs for even more. So - with a little help from her friends - Ella resorts to performing a little seduction. One that Declan will never be able to resist.
Burdened by emotional baggage from his time in the Marine Corps, Declan refuses to believe he’s the right man for sweet Ella. Even if she makes him long for normal things, like marriage and family…But in his attempts to close off his heart from her love, could he have underestimated Ella's powers of persuasion?
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By Candateshia Pafford on 10-18-13
Not the best of the Danvers Novels...but
Not the best in the series...but fairly decent. I wanted to hear Ella's story more than I actually like the book. From listening to Ella transform over the last three books... I was looking forward to Ella getting her hotty hunk.
Declan is described as way more damaged in the other books than this one...and this one is about him...so I was bit confused there.
The car accident was a tearjerker, I must admit.
Nice credit, buy or sale...especially is you have the other Danvers Novels. Just don't expect the emotions to rise like books 1-3 bring..
5 of 7 people found this review helpful
By TR on 12-01-13
Sweet Story even with annoying quirks
What did you love best about Fighting for You?
If you've read the other books in th series you'll be very familiar with this story. All the stories int he series are pretty much the same, only the characters change. This one is like the others, and covers the relationship of Ella and Declan. It was a sweet story and overall I would say well written that has a sweet, make you smile kind of ending.
My only real complaint would be with the narration. It wasn't really as much her voice as the way she read certain parts of the story.
As with all the other stories in this series there was a lot of talking to themselves. However the way the narrator read it, you cringe.
It makes me think back to that Brady Bunch movie where Jan Brady would talk to herself in that crazy I'm talking to the voice in my head voice. And it happens that way a lot in the book ... every time a character speaks to themself.