Saturday, 5 May 2018
REVIEW - Healing Love (Love to the Extreme #4) by Abby Niles
Release Date: 15 February 2016
Doctor Ella Watts wants her old life back. Desperately. But the past has returned for its rematch, and going back home—even telling anyone her real name—isn’t an option until she’s confident in her MMA abilities. Personal trainer Lance Black is the man to help her reach her goals. Not only is he toned, muscular, and gorgeous, he’s patient, a great teacher, and willing to treat her like a worthy opponent. Except his size makes her freeze whenever he gets too close. If Ella can’t learn how to overcome her fear of being attacked, she’ll never be able to move on with her life.
Underground fighter Lance Black knows there’s more to the mysterious blonde ninja than a beautiful woman determined to improve her fighting skills. She can best anyone close to her size – man or woman – but insists on working out with him, even though he’s got a good 70 pounds and several inches on her. Despite her reticence, he’s determined to get her to open up so he can help her get over her mental block. And if that means he can get to know her outside the gym, all the better.
As long as she never learns his secrets.
My Review 4 STARS
In this book we have Lance and Abby and the story can be read as a stand alone book even though it is part of a series.
Abby is running from an abusive past and Lance has so much on his plate that it is almost crumbling around him, but they both have too much pride and do not want help in getting themselves out of a predicament.
Both have chemistry right from the beginning and the tension is there, however it is Lance's patience that has Abby admitting some things to him slowly about her past and why she wants to train in MMA more.
Both open up to revelations provided to others that were brushed off from the other, but realise that what they have is something special and worth fighting for.