There’s no way to tame a bad boy – you’ll always get burned. But if you have a taste for bad boys, it’s best to find one that had his run and has already been reformed.
This book starts out with heartbreak. As a reader you see it coming as clearly as if you were watching a scary movie and the killer is hiding behind a closed door. I could feel myself wanting to shield my eyes and peer through the small slits between my fingers.
The parallel story telling about young twenty somethings trying to date brings the reader to a state of demoralization. This is a terrible place for a romance reader that loves a happily-ever-after, but it truly makes for an outstanding emotional rebound.
I like how the author points out how in MMA fighting, the key to winning is finding that one moment of opportunity and taking advantage. This theme is also true in both love and life, which is reflected in the love story.