Ë Below the Belt (Harlequin Blaze, #404) ↠´ Download by Ë Sarah Mayberry

Ë Below the Belt (Harlequin Blaze, #404) ↠´ Download by Ë Sarah Mayberry 4 star Harlequin Blaze Romance Though I have enjoyed reading a couple of sports themed romances they have been far and few in between this is the first of its kind for me Even being not much of a sports buff in reality this book turned out to be delightfully good, no doubt a testament to Sarah Mayberry s extremely talented writing abilities.
Likes 1 Jamie Sawyer She is one of the most different heroines that I have come across in the romance world and because of that I loved her to bits She is strong, feisty, stubborn, determined to win at all costs, loyal to a fault and on top of all that she is so very vulnerable at the very core But she hides her vulnerability from the rest of the world with the tough facade that she puts up, and it works most of the time that is until Cooper comes into the picture and all that just crashes down at her feet leaving her with no To Outfit His New Gym, Trainer Cooper Fitzgerald Is Looking For Fresh Boxing Talent Male Boxing Talent, That Is So What On Earth Is He Thinking By Taking On Jamie Sawyer She S Stubborn, Difficult, Aggressive And Far Too Hot For The Kind Of Close Contact Training Requires But Her Skill In The Ring Is Turning His Professional HeadToo Bad His Isn T The Only Head That S Turning Jamie And Her Skimpy Little Shorts Have All The Guys Forgetting The Power She Packs In A Punch And When Jamie Offers Cooper Her Irresistible Body No Strings Attached He S Down For The Count But Can Cooper Keep The Line Between Trainer And Sex Buddyor Is He Setting Himself Up For Another Knockout This book started out really good, got a little better and then disappointed me I think it went too far for me A little too nice and neat I was left wishing it had ended sooner.
5 stars Contemporary Sports RomanceOf all the Blaze books I ve read, this had the best story and most well developed characters, and yes, it still managed to be blazin hot too Cooper Fitzgerald, a former heavyweight boxing champion forced into early retirement because of an injury, is beginning a new career as gym proprietor and boxing trainer and looking for champion contenders The last thing he wants is a feisty, stubborn, aggressive, and hotheaded woman demanding that he take her on, but just for boxing training of course because he sure wouldn t mind taking her on in other ways.
Jamie Sawyer is a fighter who s determined to restore her grandfather s great name and legacy in the world of boxing by winning the women s boxi 4 star Harlequin Blaze Romance Though I have enjoyed reading a couple of sports themed romances they have been far and few in between this is the first of its kind for me Even being not much of a sports buff in reality this book turned out to be delightfully good, no doubt a testament to Sarah Mayberry s extremely talented writing abilities.
Likes 1 Jamie Sawyer She is one of the most different heroines that I have come across in the romance world and because of that I loved her to bits She is strong, feisty, stubborn, determined to win at all costs, loyal to a fault and on top of all that she is so very vulnerable at the very core But she hides her vulnerability from the rest of the world with the tough facade that she puts up, and it works most of the time that is until Cooper comes into the picture and all that just crashes down at her feet leaving her with no A former boxer champ training a would be boxer chick, but their intimate trainer fighter relationship is about to get even intimate In a different, and much satisfying, way.
I have to give kudos to the author for creating one heck of a couple of well developped characters with unseen depths and loads of layers.
But since I was in the mood for something a bit frilly and relaxing after two books that weren t satisfying at all , I just couldn t cope with the amount of angst and emotional baggage crammed into a short Harlequin Blaze book.
The heroine annoyed me, making me wish someone would just KO ed her and get her out of the picture Talk about a woman who has absolutely no clue what she really wants, going from hot and cold faster than you could snap your fingers And her masculine approach to casual sex simply rubbed A former boxer champ training a would be boxer chick, but their intimate trainer fighter relationship is about to get even intimate In a different, and much satisfying, way.
I have to give kudos to the author for creating one heck of a couple of well developped characters with unseen depths and loads of layers.
But since I was in the mood for something a bit frilly and relaxing after two books that weren t satisfying at all , I just couldn t cope with the amount of angst and emotional baggage crammed into a short Harlequin Blaze book.
The heroine annoyed me, making me wish someone would just KO ed her and get her out of the picture Talk about a woman who has absolutely no clue what she really wants, going from hot and cold faster than you could snap your fingers And her masculine approach to casual sex simply rubbed This is the 4th book by Sarah Mayberry I ve read, and one of the better ones I really enjoyed this oneFor what it s worth, you re the hottest damn thing I ve ever said no to, he said.
What was she supposed to say to that She flipped him the finger Thanks a lot, she said Hey, for all you know I could be hung like a hamster and it would all be over in five seconds flat he said.
She rolled her eyes Puh lease, you think I m feeling impaired I had my hands on you last night, I know what you re packing I know exactly what I m missing out on It s annoying when the leads think of getting rid of their attraction to the other lead by finding the next available person I thought I would like this one since it included a unique topic of boxing with romance But, I couldn t seem to get into it because of the heroine She s strong and determined and I like that she s sticking with her goal to become a boxer when female boxers don t easily get the approval of male boxers But I didn t like her belief of just easily sharing her body with any men In romance so often we are shown the heroes having enormous experience with women Being big flirts so they can just share a night with a woman I would prefer to read about men who have fewer relationships with real meaning behind them But since that is hard to come across I usually have hope with the heroines Since Jamie held the same view as the male leads, I co I picked this book because it was written by Sarah Mayberry and because the premise is so different from anything I ve read before A female boxer trying to set right her father s wrongs, paired with the most amazing, honorable man trainer, Cooper Cooper is sexy as hell Jamie is a little harder to like She s driven and tough, and unlike every other romance novel, she s the jaded one It was an interesting change, but it was also hard to understand Jamie Her reluctance to get into a relationship and being very sexually aggressive, she s a heroine like no other I was actually a little stunned by her sexuality It was as if Cooper and Jamie switched the traditional rolesWhile it was a good read, and I even enjoyed the box This was pretty decent for a Harlequin romance novel I liked the characters and the mix of boxing sports in there was a welcome change to some of the other obstacles the heroines face I liked all the characters and there was some good sex scenes It didn t stand out a ton for me, but I enjoyed it Another good one from Sarah Mayberry I m a fan.
This was ok Got bored of it after awhile and skimmed the rest.
This book started out really good, got a little better and then disappointed me I think it went too far for me A little too nice and neat I was left wishing it had ended sooner.

Sarah Mayberry

Ë Below the Belt (Harlequin Blaze, #404) ↠´ Download by Ë Sarah Mayberry Sarah Mayberry was born in Melbourne, Australia, and is the middle of three children From the time that she first stole paper from kindergarten and stapled it together to make books, Sarah has always wanted to be a writer In line with this ambition, on graduation from high school she completed a bachelor of arts degree majoring in professional writing, then sat down to write a book When ins