Romance Books

Undisputed by A.S. Teague

Goodreads Summary

I live a life most could only dream of. Parties, women, fame—what more could I want?

As the uundisputedndisputed MMA light heavyweight champ, I’ve faced the world’s toughest men. But, with a single glance, I knew that the five-foot-five redhead with a smart mouth and innocent eyes would be my hardest opponent yet.

Sidney O’Neil isn’t my type. While I spend my nights out drinking at the trendiest clubs in town, she spends hers taking care of her sick nephew. She is nothing I thought I wanted, yet she’s somehow become the one thing I need.

But what happens when the world is tipped on end and I’m no longer who she needs?  How do I convince her that we’re worth the fight when all she knows is defeat?  I’ve never lost a match, and I refuse to start now. But, sometimes, the toughest fight of your life is outside the cage.

Rating

4 1/2 out of 5 stars

Review

This is probably one of the best debut novels I’ve read in a long time.

Undisputed is the story of Breccan Carlisle, MMA fighter and playboy, and Sidney O’Neil, accountant who is taking care of her sick nephew, Connor.

Connor is suffering from renal disease, and his aunt arranges for him to meet his idol, Breccan.  Breccan is immediately taken with Connor, because he’s down to earth and doesn’t want anything from Breccan.

Breccan and Sidney have instant chemistry.  Their banter is really funny, and Breccan is a really sweet guy.

I will warn you that this book is really emotional.  There were tears.  But this book was so good.  Such a great read.  I would highly recommend.

Happy reading.

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