Thursday, August 31, 2017

Fighting for Love: A Boston Love Novel

Fighting for Love: A Boston Love Novel by Kelly Elliott

Fighting for Love: A Boston Love Novel by [Elliott, Kelly]

A larger-than-life firefighter inspires a career-driven woman to live in the moment—and trust in the power of love—in this flirty, emotional novel from the New York Times bestselling author of Searching for Harmony.

Finn Ward has two passions: being a firefighter and being single. Although his parents are constantly nagging him to settle down, Finn just wants to enjoy himself while he’s young. Then, at a union meeting, he meets a gorgeous lawyer with a dazzling smile—and suddenly, settling down doesn’t sound so bad.

Rory Adams is fresh out of law school and looking to make a name for herself at her mother’s firm. She doesn’t have time for silly games anymore. But when she catches the eye of a dashing fireman who makes her body tingle from across the room, something instantly ignites between them. The only problem? Her father is Finn’s boss.

Their relationship turns both of their lives upside-down. Rory tames Finn’s wild ways, while he shows her that life can’t be all work and no play. But it’ll take some serious determination to keep their love secret—and real courage to admit the truth.


I enjoyed Finn. A lot. He's the dream man. This poor clueless man, when it comes to women, babies and apparently dogs. This book will get you in your feelings, but steam you up as well. The sexier than sin firefighter, wound too tight attorney, and more. It has it all. I laughed so hard I cried, cried so hard I laughed. I haven't read much by this author, but am now, frantically going back and snapping up all I can. Whether stand alone or part of a series, you'd never know by reading this book. The character transitions are smooth enough that you aren't feeling left out, plot so well thought out that you're not scratching your head or feeling deja vu. I think all lovers of romance books should read this! The only negative thing I have to say, is that I felt it ended too abrupt. The whole story built up, and then bam, it's just, neatly wrapped and closed. I would have loved to see it play out a little more.

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