segunda-feira, 21 de dezembro de 2015
Brave (Oni Fighters #1) by Natalie Gayle
I was given an ARC in exchange of an honest review.
A moment in time, that’s all it took. Beauty, pain and tragedy.
Xander “Pretty Boy” Todd was a demon in the ring. A professional MMA fighter with a career that had the world a buzz—but now it’s gone. Or is it?
Eden Sommers had her dreams of an international modelling career within her grasp—and lost it. Gone within a few seconds, leaving nothing but pain.
How do you go on, when the one thing that defines you is suddenly ripped away—only to leave scars and a hollow shell in its place? Has the beauty gone forever? Or has it just retreated—to now be hidden, and dormant; guarded by the inner demons?
Can these two wounded souls find the inner strength to fight back the demons together and find the beauty in their lives once again?
To do this, they must first accept—The hardest demons to defeat are the ones inside. They’ll have to be BRAVE.
Though I did enjoy the book, it fell short to my expectations. It was a nice plot but it could be much better developed.
I loved the connection between Xander and Eden, he understood her needs and tried to provide for her, it was really sweet.
But, at some point I felt like the story was dragging too much, the dialogues was too long, could have been cut in half without losses.