Dirty Fighter

  • by Natasha Tanner, Roxy Sinclaire
  • Narrated by Addison Spear
  • 3 hrs and 20 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Everyone has a dark past they would rather not dig up...
I know what it's like growing up in a house like that. I had to do some things I'm not proud of. But it was all for her. I would do anything to protect her.
But then we had to go our own ways, and I ended up taking part in underground MMA fights to live while on the run from the cops.
She's back in town. It's been a few years since I've seen Brooklyn. I want her so bad. I wonder if she feels the same, after all this time? I still haven't told her my deadly secret.
Yea we were well off, but that was just for show. My dad was just another abuser.
Adam was in school with me, though I thought he was a prick. Boy, was I wrong about that. He was there at my lowest point but we couldn't be together then.
I've been living the dream working in Hollywood on the big screen. I just wish I had someone to share it with.
My mom died so I had to go back to town. The same town I vowed not to ever return to. I wonder if anyone will know where Adam is now. I never got to tell him my deepest, most lethal secret.
Dirty Fighter is a bad boy MMA romance with some mature themes. There is no cheating, no cliffhanger, and a guaranteed happy ending!


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It is always hard to read a book about young people who have spent their childhood with parents who are not fit to have ever been allowed to get near a child, let alone be their guardian. Brooklyn and Adam both have violent abusive fathers and their childhoods were hell on earth. This story is about there struggle to leave that troubled start behind them and finally make a better life for themselves. This is heart breaking and very emotional, beautifully written in a very sympathetic and understanding way. The narrator reads well, especially the part of Brooklyn.
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- MCR.

Book Details

  • Release Date: 07-04-2017
  • Publisher: Roxy Sinclaire, Natasha Tanner