The taunts never bothered me. They only see what I allow them to see, and a Las Vegas stripper is the perfect cover.
My life had direction. I had a mission—until the man I needed vanished and is presumed dead.
It’s time to move on—give up the dream for revenge—and no one shows me that more than the mop-headed fighter with eyes the color of the ocean.
If anyone can teach me just how sweet life can be, it’s him. But first, I’d have to let go.
Mase. Baywatch. Mayhem.
I’m known by many names, but there’s only one that stirs panic and worry in my gut every time I’m called it.
I’ve bailed him out of trouble for years, so when he turns up in Vegas and asks for me, I’m prepared for the worst. And the worst is exactly what I get in the form of a lilac-eyed beauty named Trix.
She’s everything I hate about Vegas: a stripper, loose with her body and her morals. But there’s something about her, a complexity that she buries deep, and I’m determined to uncover it.
The deeper I go, the less I understand. When I finally learn the truth, we engage in a battle where life and death hang in the balance. Fighting could kill us both, but if we win, forever is the prize.
It’s no secret that I have loved the Fighting series and recently read all of the books in preparation for Fighting For Forever. I wanted Mason’s story from the first time we meet him and to say that Rex now is not alone when it comes to my favorite fighter would be an understatement. Both Rex and Mason share that title now, sorry guys I can’t choose just one of you!
Mason is the good guy, the one who always ends up hurt. He really liked Eve and when she chose Cam it hurt big time, especially since he has to see both of them on an almost daily basis. While Mason may be called Baywatch because of his surfer days, he does have a harder edge to him that no one in the UFL knows about. So the few times he’s an asshole to a certain stripper it may seem like it doesn’t bother him, but it does. Little did he know that stripper would turn his world upside down as well as his heart.
Trix is a stripper. She isn’t ashamed of it, nor is she overly proud. It is a means to an end, and a way to find out information about her sister’s murder. She is on a mission to find out about who killed her sister, and nothing and no one will make her change that course she is on. Trix may come across as just a stripper but she’s hard on the outside but has a soft spot to her inside, well that is once Mason chips it away. Trix is a strong, sassy, and sometimes bitchy heroine; but she is also loyal to her family, takes care of those she cares about and wants Mason to be hers.
Like the previous books there is drama, some smoking hot sex, sexy fighters, and the women who bring them to their knees. So what kept this from being a solid 5 star read for me? Sadly it was Trix, but let me explain before you say “hey didn’t you say she was a strong heroine and you usually love those?” Trix ended up getting on my nerves for the last 30% or so of the book. She let her need for information hurt Mason and in the end was it even worth it? Well that is for you to decide when you read the book, but for me I wish she would have done it differently. Don’t let that keep you from reading Fighting For Forever because you will fall in love with Baywatch and want a surfer boy turned fighter for your own.
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JB Salsbury, New York Times Bestselling author of the Fighting Series, lives in Arizona with her husband and two kids. She spends the majority of her day as a domestic engineer. But while she works through her daily chores, a world of battling alphas, budding romance, and impossible obstacles claws away at her subconscious, begging to be released to the page.
Her love of good storytelling led her to earn a degree in Media Communications. With her journalistic background, writing has always been at the forefront, and her love of romance prompted her to sink her free time into novel writing.
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