Review: The Fighter’s Girl by Jenika Snow

The Fighter’s Girl by Jenika Snow
Series: The Fighters of Absinthe (# 1)
Release Date: November 7, 2013
Publisher: Evernight Publisher
Pages: 78
Source: book provided by the publisher for review
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Izzy Castle’s life is anything but exciting. Her only entertainment is working at an adult store, but even that leaves a lot to be desired. But when her roommate of only six months, Brock Larson, makes a move on her, Izzy decides that a little harmless sex with the cage fighter might be just what she needs to feel alive. But she has seen his other one-night stands do the walk of shame, and Izzy doesn’t know if her heart can withstand that humiliation.

Brock fights for the underground circuit. He takes what he wants, when he wants it, and makes no apologies for it. He wants Izzy, but it isn’t for just one night—what he’s used to. Izzy’s his, and he will get his knuckles bloody proving that he may be roughened, but when he wants something as badly as he wants her, he won’t give up.

 

Review:  The Fighter’s Girl is the first book in The Fighters of Absinthe series by Jenika Snow. I chose this book because I enjoy reading Ms. Snow’s books. The second reason is in enjoy reading about hot sexy men.

Izzy Castle is a twenty five year old woman who works at a dead end job in an adult toy store. While her life is boring, but she does not want to spice it up by going after her roommate of six months.

Brock Larson is a cage fighter working for the underground circuit. Broke is a hot and sexy man who is physically fit. He lusts after Izzy but worries about perusing it. I loved when he finally decided to pursue her he was a gentleman about it.

You could practically feel the chemistry between Brock and Izzy. The sex was scorching hot. I enjoyed this story a lot and found it well written, however I wished it was a bit longer. The story seemed a bit rushed in places. The main characters and the secondary characters were interesting and appealing. Overall, this was a great short story.

 

Victoria