Saturday, February 16, 2013

[Kame's Review]: "Fight for Me"

Fight for Me by Hayden Braeburn
Series: Everetts of Tyler, 2
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Cassidy Everett planned on nursing her brother’s protector back to health and moving on, but when an old foe resurfaces, her plans change. Quickly.

Dylan Black may have been shot saving Mason Everett’s life, but that doesn’t mean he can’t protect his own–-and Cassidy is his whether or not she wants to admit it. His injuries don’t matter; all that matters is keeping his Cassie safe.

When the threats towards Cassidy turn lethal, will the fight to survive bring Cassidy and Dylan together or tear them apart?


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Kame's Review:

From the first page of this book you could feel the steam of the relationship between Cassidy Everett and Dylan Black.  Cassidy is an attorney and Dylan is a former Army Ranger.  Dylan is recuperating from gunshot wounds at Cassidy’s home.  He saved her brother’s life but was shot in the process; Cassidy feels responsible for his care. The sparks fly on the first page; you can just feel the attraction and growing love in your bones as you read their story.

As they are enjoying lunch a local restaurant, Cassidy’s car blows up. Their focus is on which one of them is the target.  One explosion is not the end, soon someone is dead, incriminating newspaper clippings arrive and more things blow up. Dylan is determined to keep Cassidy safe. Cassidy cares for Dylan deeply and can’t live with the idea of him being killed trying to keep her safe. The suspense and romantic sparks that ensue will keep you turning the pages.

This is the second book in Hayden Braeburn’s “The Everett’s of Tyler” series.  It has great suspense,  character interaction and some HOT scenes. The first time I read this book (yes I have read it more than once!) I had not read Dance With Me and for a while I was a little lost.  I told Hayden it was like arriving at a party and realizing you were the only person who didn’t know anyone.  Sometimes reading a book part the way through a series is okay and you can get enough background in the new book. These books are closely tied, Fight For Me actually has a few Dance With Me scenes from Dylan and Cassidy’s point of view. For your increased reading pleasure I recommend you read them in order.  All the Everett books could actually be combined into one HUGE book.  I can’t wait for book three!




Kame received this book from the author in exchange for her honest review.


Meet Kame:

Kame is part of a family of readers; one day she picked up the Nook she purchased for her husband and discovered her love of e-books. A few months later he purchased one for her so he could have his back! Kame’s Nook is never far, and she is hard pressed to pick a favorite book, genre or author. As long as there are characters that make her want to sit down and have a chat and a plot keeps the pages turning, she’ll read it.

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Ooh, another one to go on my list! :) Thanks, Kame!



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1 comment :

Colleen Isolde said...

Great review Kame! I definitely liked "Fight for Me" better than "Dance with Me" and am looking forward to Caleb's story in "Live for Me."