Saturday, 9 April 2016

Review: Impact (Fight for Life #2) by K.A. Sterritt

*****5 Stars*****
I'll start by saying that you must read book #1, Collision in K.A. Sterritt's Fight For Life series.
Book #1 ends on a major cliffhanger but it so worth it and of course you'll be able to delve straight into book #2.
Now, if you've already read book #1, you will have fallen head over heels for the hot fighter, Leo and will no doubt have been on the edge of your seat waiting to find out all the answers to those pesky questions.
Book #2 will provide those answers and then some! With both Jules' and Leo's crazy pasts and family getting in the way, there's sure to be enough ups and downs to make you think you're on a rollercoaster.
This story is beautifully written (despite a few editing issues that I'm sure will be cleared up before release) and draws you into the lives of the characters.
The dark demons that threaten to bring Leo to his knees resurface and endanger the fragile ground these two characters stand on.
Will deception be the end of them or can they survive when unseen enemies join the chaos. Or will everything unravel?
I highly recommend this book. I read it easily in a day and I'm sure you won't be disappointed. 5 stars from me.
Reviewed by Vivienne Kauffer
“Since the moment our lives collided, I knew you were it for me. The impact was a once in a lifetime event.” – Leo Ashlar.

Leo might still be an undefeated fight club champion, but his past has brought him to his knees. When the one person he had successfully avoided for five years is thrust back into his life, the broken pieces he’d tried to glue back together shatter in an instant.

Juliette Salinger has taken control of her life, but that doesn’t mean she’s in for a smooth ride. She can’t give up on her family and she’ll fight for Leo with everything she has.

With Juliette now caught in the middle, Leo will need to find a way to protect the woman he loves whilst trying to shield himself from any further damage.

Fight or flight? The impact of either option could be deadly.

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