Fight for Love [NOOK Book]

Overview

NOTE: This is a previously published work with a new cover.

Science teacher Rebekah Jamison lives a quiet life in the suburbs of Atlanta. Devastated by a tabloid scandal nine years ago, she ended her marriage to the man her parents never approved of.

Rafael Lopez, former professional wrestler and “Sexiest Athlete Alive,” regrets the lapse in judgment that caused him to lose...
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Fight for Love

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Overview

NOTE: This is a previously published work with a new cover.

Science teacher Rebekah Jamison lives a quiet life in the suburbs of Atlanta. Devastated by a tabloid scandal nine years ago, she ended her marriage to the man her parents never approved of.

Rafael Lopez, former professional wrestler and “Sexiest Athlete Alive,” regrets the lapse in judgment that caused him to lose his wife. He shows up unannounced one day with some startling news, but he gets a surprise of his own. He finds out he’s a father. To get to know his son, he whisks him and Rebekah off to his home in the Hollywood Hills for the summer.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940148593003
  • Publisher: Delaney Diamond
  • Publication date: 5/20/2011
  • Series: Hot Latin Men , #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 57,143
  • File size: 973 KB

Meet the Author

Delaney Diamond is the bestselling author of sweet and sensual romance novels. Originally from the U.S. Virgin Islands, she now lives in Atlanta, Georgia. She has been an avid reader for as long as she can remember and in her spare time reads romance novels, mysteries, thrillers, and a fair amount of non-fiction.

When she’s not busy reading or writing, she’s in the kitchen trying out new recipes, dining at one of her favorite restaurants, or traveling to an interesting locale. She speaks fluent conversational French and can get by in Spanish. You can enjoy free reads and the first chapter of all her novels on her website.

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  • Posted May 28, 2011

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    Book number two for me from the author and I really liked it, it was good storytelling. Rafael and Rebekah where teenage sweet hearts, who where forbidden to see each other by Rebekah's parents, being young in love and married did not work of so well for the young couple, there where alot of misunderstandings involve that led to the divorce and separation of the couple. Fast forward to 9 years later Rafael is a retired wrestler, rich and sexy and Rebekah is a teacher with a son, faith brought these two back together with a twist thus where the story begins. Reading the story it took me on that journey with the characters, the author has a sensual, smooth romantic way of writing as well as making the simplest things or actions tear at your heart. The teasers and love making were prefect, as well as the storyline, the other characters in the book as well brought something to the table( wouldn't mind reading a book about Rebekah's sister *hint* *hint*). The author knows how to write about a mean Latin lover. I look forward to more books to come.


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    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 8, 2012

    Don't bother

    The characters and story was so transparent and predictable I could've wrote this.

    2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 10, 2011

    Loved it

    This is the authors 2nd book and i must say i enjoyed this book more than her first one. I would recomend this book is a solid read.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 20, 2011

    CORNY

    Don't waste your time or money. "Fight for love" was a fight to finish. There is nothing interesting about this book. Rafael(retired wrestler) appears at his ex-wife, Rebekah doorstep after not seeing her for 9 years and discovers he has a 8 year old son. He informs Rebekah that they are still married that there was a mix up with filing the divorce. After discovering he has a son, Rafael request that he spends the summer with him in. Of course Rebekah accompany them with little or no fight. During their stay in California, Rafael decides he wants his family back. I have read this storyline many times, but this one was absolutely FLAT. The characters were DULL and BORING. I do not recommend.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 6, 2012

    Another delaney diamond book

    Nice!

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted April 20, 2014

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    Just too much drama over all with all the secrets and assumption

    Just too much drama over all with all the secrets and assumptions. Immature MC's that just didn't appeal to me. Felt sorry for the kid.

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  • Posted November 2, 2013

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    This was a delightful yet heartbreaking story about what can happen when you are young, in love, and just don’t know how to make things work. For Rebekah and Rafael (like so many people), they didn’t talk. Instead, they run – in opposite directions – and it took nine years to discover the mistakes they made.

    I could truly feel the pain Rebekah must have felt, thinking her husband and one true love was cheating on her. And after she files for divorce, to find out she’s pregnant. There is a lot made by Rafael how she did not try hard enough to contact him about the pregnancy, and Rebekah does agree with him, but at the same time I know how easy it is to make one or two phone calls and say, “Well, I tried” and leave it at that. Okay, I never had to call a man to tell him he’s a father, but still… I think Rebekah could have stood up to him a bit on that point and said, “Look, I did try and it was hard enough as it was. And did you ever try to come after me to stop the divorce? No.” Point and match.

    One thing I absolutely did not like was that Rafael seemed to have everything regarding custody and visitation of his son planned within minutes of finding out he was a father. He already knew he wanted joint custody with every summer and alternate holidays. That’s pretty specific for five minutes time. I kept waiting to read that he had actually known about his son prior to his visit to Rebekah but, no, apparently he didn’t. I just think it would take a bit for the facts to sink in. He might know right away he wanted joint custody but I don’t think the specifics would come quite so quickly.

    I must say that, for a short e-read, it is amazingly free of typos *happy dance*. I loved the bi-lingual dialogue Rafael uses *sigh* and the brief flashbacks, although I think this would have made a great full-length novel with more flashbacks and greater details. Overall, if you are looking for something to fill a couple of hours and don’t mind a little misting up, here’s your book.

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  • Posted September 13, 2013

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    I give Fight for Love five stars.

    I love this book. I love how Rafael went to tell Rebekah that they were still legally married and found out he has a son that he didn't know about. It was very wrong of Rebekah to keep knowledge of his son from him. However, they managed torekindle the love they had for each and come together as a family.

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