Born with a broken heart, Hadley Rivera hasn't stopped fighting since the moment she drew her first breath. Coddled and spoiled by her wealthy parents, she's finally managed to break free and live life on her own terms. With a best-selling series of graphic novels and her very own thriving arts center, Hadley has one more box to check on her to-do list.
And his name is Finn Connolly.
Damaged and broken, former Marine Finn Connolly has never wanted anything as badly as he wants Hadley. After saving her life from a cartel assassin, he can't stop thinking about the alluring heiress with striking gray eyes - or all the reasons he'll never be good enough for her.
Until one perfect night together changes everything...
With the cartel and the Russian mob breathing down his neck, Finn learns Hadley's heart is giving out on her again. After everything he's survived to finally find his perfect other half, Finn refuses to lose her now.
He'll prove his heart is strong enough for both of them.
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story good but
enjoyed reading the book so thought I'd add the narration. Hero sounds like a duck
Overall, just OK.
Sorry was just kinda "Meh" for me.
Narration was horrible.
I love the fact that Roxie Rivera always does her homework. Whether it's with the Russian Language, different cultures or medical issues. I'm a transplant patient who is going into her fourth organ transplant and I felt she truly captured the emotions along with the experience. Well done, Roxie.
That being said, the rest of the story just hovered over the line of boring. There was just a little hint of suspense and it needed more. Much more. Hadley dominated everything, especially her health. When the title says "Fighting Connolly's" and the description is how they fight for their women, that's exactly what I expect. I also expect an equal amount of story for both characters. Sadly, this was not the case. Lots of Hadley, small amount of Finn.
I couldn't stand the narration. If a guy actually sounded like that, I'm not sure I could handle it.
And she narrates ALL three stories.