Why is it that I always read the last in a series that ends up blowing my mind! Salsbury’s finale packs two stories in to one heartbreaking novel. AJ is a Las Vegas performer and bartender determined to find her dream. Brae, visiting his brother, happens upon her right as she’s between jobs and can’t deny his attraction. It’s hot, it’s explosive, and these two will drive you mad with the lust they feel for one another. It was only supposed to be a fling but Brae and AJ can’t deny the feelings they begin to have and the bond that grows between their easiness. But when Brae deploys for six months, he has to let her move on; even if it’s the last thing that AJ wants (enter heartbreak 1).
AJ never hears from Brae again. Not only is she heartbroken that she lost someone she was beginning to fall for but she had hoped that in some universe they could have stayed friends. There was hope that through the struggle they could find a way to happiness. But after months of silence, she can’t take the heartache anymore and the distraction costs her the last thing in her life that brings her joy (enter heartbreak 2).
Months after an accident leaves Brae crippled (mentally and physically) he runs in to AJ and neither can deny the chemistry that is still there. But Brae is a broken man, inside and out, and it’s going to take more than words to get him back to the Brae that AJ knew. So she takes it upon herself to fight for him and alongside him. She has to push him to be the best him, the version she fell in love with months ago.
Seeing and feeling the struggle that Brae goes through before and after AJ was heartbreaking. I just wanted these two to find a way to be together. He can’t accept the new man he’s become because he feels that he is less. But AJ doesn’t give up. She fights and eventually gets Brae to fight for himself. This a romance for true love. Watching as the hero and heroin fall in love once with their carefree and wild inhibitions and then a second time through a tough situation that may do not survive. I just loved the emotional ride The Final Fight took me on!
New York Times and USA Today Bestselling author JB Salsbury releases the heart-pounding conclusion to the Fighting series.
The Final Fight
When life brings you the perfect person at the worst possible time…
On a weekend visit to Las Vegas to visit his brother, Marine Braeden Daniels meets a woman who challenges him in ways he can’t deny. The best part is she wants what he wants.
No strings. No feelings. Just fun.
AJ is a Las Vegas performer who is finally living her dream. Growing up poor, she’s determined to succeed at any cost. No one will stand in her way—not even a hot Marine who breezes into her life all confidence and a cocky smile.
A few stolen weekends and neither can deny the feelings quickly growing between them. But the obstacles that keep them apart become more devastating when the Marine Corps calls Braeden away for a six-month deployment.
It’s only six months.
What could possibly happen?
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Before I started writing all I did was read. There wasn’t a contemporary romance out there that I wouldn’t pick up. One day I realized a lot of stories I was reading seemed to follow the same formula. I got frustrated with predictable outcomes and unimaginative story lines and decided that rather than scour the Internet for the kind of story I wanted to read, I’d just write it.
When I published my first book I didn’t intend to write more than the one. If I could sell six books to six people I didn’t know I considered myself a success. But that first book sold well over six copies and I knew I couldn’t stop there.
I was bitten by the writing bug and have poured my soul into every novel I’ve penned since. Some of my books have become USA Today Bestsellers, New York Times Bestsellers, and Fighting to Forgive won a RONE Award. I couldn’t be more proud of where my writing has taken me.
I live in Phoenix with my husband and two daughters where I’m lucky to be able to do something I love and still be home to juggle carpool, field trips, and fifth-grade homework.
When I’m not writing, reading, or spending time with my family I can be found on any of the local mountain trails hiking, or at the gym when the desert temps become unbearable. I love being outside, beach vacations, and spending time with friends.