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Lissa's Review: Until You're Mine (Fighting For Her) by Cindi Madsen


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PUBLISHER VIA NETGALLEY PUBLISHER: Entangled: Embrace RELEASED: January 22, 2018 GENRE: New adult, contemporary, romance, sports LENGTH: 294 pages FORMAT: ebook, paperback

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You might’ve heard of me, Shane Knox, the guy who rose quickly through the MMA fighter ranks, only to crash just as fast. No one cares about personal reasons when it comes to losing fights and money. I’m determined to get back to where I was. For you to hear my name again. I’ve finally convinced the owner of Team Domination to take a chance and get me back in fighting—and winning—shape. What I didn’t bargain for is the guy’s spitfire of a daughter. Factor in her two professional-fighter brothers who are acting as my coaches and the fact that my career hangs in the balance, and Brooklyn’s the last girl I should be fantasizing about.

The closer we get, the more I want Brooklyn. The stakes are high, and I know there’s a big chance of both of us getting hurt, but I won’t stop until she’s mine. FOUR BOUNDLESS STARS

I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Until You’re Mine is one of those love stories where you’re rooting on the sidelines for both characters. Brooklyn and Shane are from different lives; they meet each other in a time where they’re both fighting for their dream. Shane is a fighter, who fell from grace but is fighting his way back up to the top. Brooklyn is an artist at heart and is determined to follow her dreams. She hasn’t always had the support of her family. There’s no denying their connection to each other. Starting out, it’s a bit rocky because of Brooklyn’s past. Not wanting to give into another fighter. But that reluctance can only last so long. I think Madsen is an excellent writer and I loved these characters. All the things they had to face, they did it together. It’s that undying type of love. Overall, I give this Four Boundless Stars.


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