Ladies rejoice! Mason ‘Baywatch’ has finally got his story. After losing Eve to Cameron in the last book, we get to see him find love and work to make sure that he doesn’t lose her too.
Slut. Hooker. Whore.
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.
In the 6th book of the series, we meet back up with Mason aka Baywatch as he tries to get over his bruised ego after Eve chose Cameron over him (in book 5). What he doesn’t expect is Trix. She has heart break written all over her but he is drawn to her. As he gets to know he sees there is more to her then what he sees in the surface as they fight for their forever.
This book picks up where A Father’s Fight left off. Mason is at Blake before he leaves and we get to meet Mason’s brother, Drake. We quickly see that Drake is in some dirty stuff and it leaves Mason to clean up after him. Only good news from that night is he meets Trix.
We have met Trix first in book 2 and then again in book 3 (but it’s not until this book where you know that). Trix is feisty and gives it right back to him but she comes with a giant bag of her problems. Starting with her trying to solve her sister’s murder.
As Mason and Trix get closer, they see that the other could be the one, but it would require them to sacrifice something they’ve been clinging to. And I love every step of the way.
I’m glad to see that Mason gets his happy ending because I hated how things went down between him and Eve. Not that I hate the book, I mean I hate how he had to get hurt. But it all works out because Trix is the perfect match for him.
JB Salsbury is no stranger to tackling sensitive subjects and she proves once again just how beautiful that she can write. The characters seem so real that you get attached to them. Mason is surely going to be a new favorite for many of the fans for the series. We know that he is a one of those ‘good’ guys who always loses the girl to the ‘bad boy’
Best side news of the book. More Gia and Rex. They have basically been absent since book three and I for am glad to have them back.
Don’t worry, you still see Jonah and Blake and Blake of course still proves why he is my favorite fighter just in the few short scenes he’s in.
The epilogue is more adorable then then puppy predictors on The Tonight Show.
Trix and Mason finally get their happy ending and we get to see three years in the future. Of course if/when we get the next book of the series this won’t be in, but it’s still a beautiful ending to know where they end up.
While this may be the end of Mason’s story, there is a whole lot of other “fighting” men to get paired off. Who would yo I like to see next?
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The Author – JB Salsbury
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.
The Fighting series
Fighting for Flight
Fighting to Forgive
Fighting to Forget
Fighting the Fall
A Father’s Fight
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