Format: e-book, paperback
Format read: e-book on Kindle Unlimited
Series: book 3 of On the Ropes series
Rating: 18+ sexual content, language
Genre: Contempory Romance
Goodreads page: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/23206499-fighting-solitude
Quarry just might be the one I love the most. He is the youngest brother and out of the three he is the one that was able to follow his dream at being a boxer. Like his brother, he has a hearing problem but because of him he’s learned how to live life with it. I loved how he was able to learn from his brothers mistakes and have it make him a better man.
We go back to when Q is a child and we get to see the start to finish in the relationship he has with Liv. They knew that they were fated to be in each other’s lives and they thought it was friends. That is until they become adults and that all goes out the window when attraction and lust enter the picture. Liv wants him on an animalistic level but can’t because he fell in love with her friend.
As we know how that ends up.
While Liv spent most of her time in a happy household, her first few years were not. It’s those memories that haunt her that make her believe that she can’t have Q even when the universe is basically forcing them together. This all comes to a head in my favorite scene where Liv admits her fears to Q when his hearing aids are out and she knows he can’t hear her. That fear designated deep into each letter written during her speech and shaped how she let Q in her life.
There are a lot of twists in this story (far more then the first two). It is full circle for the three boys as they get resolutions in their story and try to make lives for themselves despite their crappy upbringing. I loved every second of it because I’ve been rooting for the boys since the first page of the first book and I am glad to see them all get their HEA.
On the Ropes series
Amazon US: http://amzn.to/1HE3kt8
Amazon UK: http://amzn.to/1faAHHy
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