Once he was broken beyond repair. Now this MMA contender is fighting to be a better man—for her. RT Book Reviews proclaims that the O’Brien Family series from award-winning author Cecy Robson “has the hottest brothers ever!” And in Let Me, it is Finn’s turn to discover how love can heal the deepest wounds.
A mixed martial arts star on the rise, Finn O’Brien dismantles his opponents with brutal precision. And yet beneath his fierce persona, Finn is raw from a trauma he’s buried for years . . . until the day his deep-rooted rage erupts and lands him in court-mandated therapy. Finn’s not one to bare his soul, but if talking it out means meeting beautiful women like Sol Marieles, he’ll give it a shot.
Sol is working toward her masters degree in psychology, and already she feels like she’s in over her head. With an important internship on the line and a scary family situation demanding her attention, the last thing Sol needs is Finn around to distract her. The man is ripped and seriously sexy yet it’s his troubled side that warns her to keep her distance. But their attraction is intense, and he clearly has the heat to see how far and fast their passion takes them.
Alone, Finn and Sol have been fighting to find happiness in their lives. Together, there’s no stopping them as they face their greatest challenges—not in the ring, but in their hearts.
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I was looking forward to reading Declan's story after getting glimpses of him in the third O'Brien Family novel--and my first Cecy Robson read--and because that book left a great impression on me, expectations on my end were high. Were those expectations met? Well, Declan and Melissa's love story had the angst that I was expecting, what with Melissa's father's cancer and Declan's aversion to anything that connected to a committed relationship. Declan's commitments have always been to his mother and siblings and to his ambition in life. Being with Melissa, though, knocks him for a loop and tests his own personal beliefs. There was a general lack of communication between the two, so there's a lot of assuming and misinterpretation of actions that goes on, leading to a less than happy couple. There were lots of mixed signals and I confess that Deck lost a lot of his luster as the story went on. This is a smart man, but he handled a majority of situations the wrong way, and you know when they say "actions speak louder than words"? Well, his actions belied whatever explanations he gave Melissa on numerous occasions. So again, did this novel meet my high expectations? In some cases, yes. The story was emotional and tugged on my heartstrings, especially with everything that Melissa was facing. As frustrating as Declan was, and Melissa to a lesser degree, I did like this couple and felt there was a genuine connection between them and I rooted for them to get to their happy ending. The book faltered when it came to the fluidity of the storytelling. There were moments where the story would jump ahead, and it was only a bit into the chapter where I would realize some time had already passed since whatever may have happened in the chapter prior to it. I felt there was something missing between the final chapter and the epilogue, with the transition between the two turning out as abrupt. Even when it came to Melissa's father, I had no clue what had happened to him until I came across one mention of him in the epilogue and that's when I got which direction his story went to. This fourth book was a good read, but it being part of an ongoing series has me comparing it to its predecessor. All things considered, Feel Me receives four stars. ♥
Really lived the charactors and story line. The underlying subject is tough but well written here.
I really loved this book! It has just the right amount of everything. Cecy Robson continues to impress me with her story telling. She pulls me in and I can't stop reading. The characters are real and flawed and the emotion is so powerful. Highly recommend!