Fight Twice for Me (Two Stepbrothers are Better than One)

Fight Twice for Me (Two Stepbrothers are Better than One)

by C.C. Wylde


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Fight Twice for Me (Two Stepbrothers are Better than One) 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
RomanceNovelGiveaways More than 1 year ago
Well, this book was smokin' hot! I had never read a C.C. book before, but I absolutely would again. This book is very well-written and I loved the voices of all of the characters. Though purposely not "textbook perfect," she wrote in a way that most people think and speak which, as we all know, is anything but textbook perfect! I enjoyed the plot and story line, specifically that Ella was a trained fighter and how that fit into the story. She routinely faced some pretty tough situations which required even harder decisions. That being said, I felt Ella was a little too martyr-esque for me. She also seemed irrationally skeeved out about the whole stepbrother/stepsister nomenclature, especially given how well Ella and the twins "knew" each other. But, all in all, I liked the book and would definitely read more! Like maybe Daisy's story! (wink wink) (I received a copy of this book in consideration of my thoughts)
WLRagan More than 1 year ago
I received this book in exchange for my honest review. Ella has a history with MMA fighters and wants to steer clear. She has to go to her ex's fight club to support her best friend Daisy, an up and coming fighter. Avoiding going in Ella meets the sexy Rigo and Diego, who just happen to be twins. She leaves them standing outside with out her name. After a rough encounter with her ex she decides to hit the club at her hotel. Imagine her surprise when the twins are there. After the night of her life imagine her surprise to find out that they are her new stepbrothers. The story takes you through the 3 of them deciding if they can have a relationship with their new family situation. Daisy tells her she is in her own way. This story is hot and steamy as well as making you feel for Ella as she learns not to run from life. I recommend this book.