Imperfect Hearts Book 4
USA Today Bestselling Author Alexandra Silva
Release: February 28
A Contemporary Sports Romance with…
?American MMA Champion
?British Musical Theatre Starlet
?Laugh Out Loud Banter
?Grumpy/Sunshine with a twist
Choices have never been something I’m good at. They have a tendency to bite back. And one night with Rory Knight, MMA World Champion and unexpected sex god, doesn’t just bite back, it swallows me whole.
One night becomes a promise of six months. No strings attached. No consequences. No expectations. Just fun.
But with a guy like Rory, fun always has consequences. His world is filled with expectations. Before we know it, we’re tangled up in headlines. Fun with Rory makes me one of the most hated women in the world. And if that wasn’t enough, my past is coming back to haunt me.
I’m stalked and hunted, and in the end, the only choice I have is to let Rory go. The only problem is that fighting him is a hopeless cause. And Fighting fate…never has a happy ending. Does it?
***Review copy requested and reviewed on behalf of OMGReads Blog***
Fighting Fate is an opposites attract, MMA sports romance and is book four in the Imperfect Heart series, but can easily be read as a stand-alone. This journey focuses on Rory and Willow.
Willow is sassy, fiery, fun, sexy, caring, and protective. She also shows us her vulnerable and stubborn side. Rory is all man. He’s strong, masculine, romantic, and persistent. He was swoony but also f’d up along the way as he let his past trauma/experiences affect him.
Willow and Rory had great chemistry, passion, and their sexy times were steamy. There was a mix of humor, angst, drama, witty banter, and second chances. It was an easy, sweet, and entertaining read.
Alexandra Silva is a lover of words and romance. She blames the classics and a nutty English teacher for her obsession with books and fiction. Come rain or shine with either coffee or wine in hand you can find her with her nose stuck in a book and her head in the clouds. She lives in London outnumbered by her very loud boys, with her very own hero and their two wild cats—Jack and Jill.