Officer Collins Sutton can take care of herself…Returning to Sunnyville was never part of the plan, but after the death of their mother, she’s home to help care for her disabled brother. As she finds her footing being back in her hometown her path crosses with the new guy in town. Sexy, mysterious and not swayed by her usual brush off… Sunnyville might not be big enough for both of them.
Boxer Keegan “The Punisher” Ranger was once the light heavyweight champion of the world but he lost his passion for fighting when his mentor died. Now he’s focusing on building his new gym… and life. After taking verbal blows from Officer Sutton, the sassy redheaded sister of his new gym helper, he realizes something might finally be worth fighting for again.
Collins isn’t convinced that Keegan is the good guy everyone else in town thinks he is and moves in for a better look. As much as his dark eyes and wicked smile are a warning bell she draws closer to him. However, when he betrays the most important person in her life he just might lose his shot at being the only contender for her heart.
Tiffany Lynn’s Contender is a sexy, heartfelt, contemporary romance written in K. Bromberg’s Everyday Heroes Worlds project.
RELEASE DATE: January 28, 2020
New to me author and books. Something about this blurb really drew me in. I’ve read a lot of part of WORLD books and was getting a bit cold on them, then read the blurb and wanted to give it a try.
First expression, I liked it from the beginning, the vibe of it. the hero is a boxing champion and the heroine is actually a Cop, so that was different and got me excited. The only downfall for me was that it took quite some time for hero and heroine to even BE if that makes sense so once we cross over to above 25/35% for me, I get a little bored waiting for it, this one was shorter so it kind of balanced that out. although it did end up feeling like it was thrown together, no work up to it feel. I have to say that I did not like the little nickname he had for her, just didn’t fit for me for their relationship. it was cute though in a sense.
This hero really is swoon worth in all sense. Loved that he had a huge heart, protective, a man’s man, sweet, smart and sexy. The heroine was very strong feminine, being a Cop that made sense, there was some fun side in there if he, I just images he a little thing but very masculine. I think what fully threw me off this story is that while the hero considered her his girlfriend, when shit his the fan, her response was “we weren’t really together, it was just a real quick thing” even though she was at fault fully. so that turned me off and mostly put me off on the whole story. it got little better in the very end as usual, but I just ended up not being able to vibe with the whole book. (aside from the hero, he was my absolute fav & Sam) I appreciate having the chance to review beforehand.
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