Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
Start by marking “Worth Fighting For (Fighting To Be Free, #2)” as Want to Read:
Worth Fighting For (Fighting To Be Free, #2)
Enlarge cover
Rate this book
Clear rating
Open Preview

Worth Fighting For (Fighting to Be Free #2)

4.19  ·  Rating details ·  632 Ratings  ·  113 Reviews
Sometimes in life you have to walk away . . .

Leaving Jamie Cole was the hardest thing Ellie Pearce ever had to do. Somehow, she moved on. She made a new life in a new city with a new man. So when a family tragedy calls Ellie back home, she believes all her old feelings for Jamie - the hunger, the heat, the heartbreak - are safely behind her. But the second she lays eyes on
352 pages
Published December 6th 2016 by Forever/Grand Central Publishing
More Details... edit details

Friend Reviews

To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

Reader Q&A

To ask other readers questions about Worth Fighting For, please sign up.

Be the first to ask a question about Worth Fighting For

This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Add this book to your favorite list »

Community Reviews

(showing 1-30)
filter  |  sort: default (?)  |  Rating Details
Dec 02, 2016 rated it really liked it
Worth Fighting For is the conclusion to Jamie and Ellie’s story and I have a confession to make, I didn’t realize this was the sequel to a book until I was already reading it. So while I don’t recommend this, because I am sure I missed out on so much I was able to enjoy their conclusion.

The story was told from dual point of view and even not knowing their past I knew these two shared an amazing love. I also knew that their love would conquer all. Jamie and Ellie ended things years ago and both
Dec 06, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Waiting for the conclusion of Jamie and Ellie's story just about killed me. But the wait was well worth it because their ending was amazing. Worth Fighting For begins a few years after where we were left hanging and shows Jamie back in the life he tried so hard to leave. Ellie has been away these past few years but a tragic accident sends her back home and back to Jamie. But now they fight yet another battle, trying to hold on to one another.

What I loved most about the story of Jamie and Ellie
Karen Mc ~ Bookalicious Babes Blog
Sometimes two people need to fall apart to realize how much they need to fall back together.

Second-chance love is a special kind of love, a raw and real romance, which speaks to the soul. Two soulmates broken apart whose love has never died are granted a do-over…that coveted second chance. Their hearts, once sliced in half, find their way back to each other and become whole again. Second-chance love stories are my heart…my soul…my addiction; Worth Fighting For was MY KRYPTONITE.

I could not help
Heather C
Nov 27, 2016 rated it really liked it
Shelves: arc
I've been waiting for Worth Fighting For since we were left with that cliffhanger from Fighting to Be Free. I just had to know what would become of Jamie and Ellie and I will have to say that I got the ending that I wanted.

Worth Fighting For starts about three years after the last book ends. Jamie Cole is now back in the business that he fought so hard to get out of. The business that ended up separating him from the love of his life, Ellie Pearce. He isn't the man that Ellie knew three years a
Pamela Lilley
Oct 20, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Holy moly, guacamole! If I could give this book more than 5 stars I would. I was provided with an advanced copy of this book from the author. As such I know that she wants spoiler free unbiased reviews.'s my attempt. I loved the story, the writing, the dual POV, the characters, and, I especially loved Jamie. I loved him more so in this book than the first, maybe because he'd matured, maybe because he was a littler meaner, yet still just as loveable. After all, we all love a bad b ...more
JG ~ Jezabell Girl & Friends

To love, and love again…

We finally have an ending to what has got to have been one of the most emotional journeys through a romance novel. The ending of Fighting to Be Free left readers aghast as Ellie heads off into the sunset, without Jamie. The ending was so heartfelt and cruel as we witness Jamie pushing Ellie away from him and the beautiful bond they shared. Yes, they were young but Jamie had lived 10 years for every one of Ellie’s and that is where the magic between the two is formed. Jami
Dec 08, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: favorites
Fantastic book! Fantastic characters! Fantastic ending! I hated the cliffhanger ending of the first book, but this book made up for it.
Nov 28, 2016 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
This book was previously reviewed at http://missnicolethelibrarian.blogspo...

Gah! When I read Fighting To Be Free earlier this year, the ending had me slamming my hands down on my desk practically shouting "NOOOOOO!!! You can't leave them like this!!!" Thankfully, Kirsty Moseley must have heard my shouts because a sequel was quickly in the works and landing an ARC of this felt like an early Christmas present.

Moseley did not disappoint with this follow up, set three years after the ending of the
DJ Sakata
Dec 04, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: new-adult, netgallery
Favorite Quotes:

Nope, those books just like to mislead women and portray an unrealistic version of what relationships are like. It's an impossible comparison we men have to deal with every day. Sadly, we can't live up to it... In real life, an intimate relationship is when the man farts and then 'olds his girlfriend under the covers while screaming 'Dutch oven!' They never write about that.

I smiled at myself, fingering the hole in the arm of the chair. It was the silly little things that seemed
Tracy Smith Comerford
Nov 08, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Loved this !! Review to come
Selly - Leggere Romanticamente
3 stelline e mezzo

La mia recensione sul blog

Lotta per il tuo amore è il secondo e conclusivo romanzo della storia con protagonisti Ellie e Jamie.
Questa seconda parte è ambientata tre anni dopo rispetto al finale del primo libro ed è raccontata dal punto di vista di entrambi i personaggi principali.
Personalmente, il finale del precedente mi aveva lasciata davvero con l'amaro in bocca, non mi era piaciuto la direzione che aveva intrapreso la storia, ma avev
Romance Readers Retreat
Dec 06, 2016 rated it it was amazing
4.5 Stars

Fighting to Be Free ended on a massive cliffhanger and I was pretty anxious to see where Kristy Moseley would take the story in book two. Regardless of what would happen to the characters, I just knew I needed some kind of closure. I am happy to say I was pleasantly surprised by just how much I enjoyed this second book. I loved it much more than the first book and I really loved the character growth we got.
Worth Fighting For picks up three years after book one. My beloved Jamie is not
I Love Story Time
Dec 09, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: melyssa-lys, arc
I was so excited to read this book. I was dying for more of Ellie and Jamie's story. I was thrilled to read what was to happen next. How they would survive all that had happened in Fighting To Be Free. So when I began this book, I was a bit confused and to be honest, a little disappointed too. I was nervous as to the direction of the story and how it would all come together. The odds were stacked against them and so much had changed. Like Ellie, I wondered, what had happened to the Jamie Cole I ...more
Jessica Alcazar
This is one of those books where you will literally be rooting for these two. I say that because its not an easily seen HEA. You know its coming, but the story is not predictable. If anything it is the total opposite. And it will keep you glued #TRUST

When I read the first in this duet, Fighting to be Free, I wasn't entirely surprised at how it ended, but because of how it ended I was ridiculously anxious to get to part two! I knew it would be a battle and I was already in love with them both so
Sep 07, 2017 rated it really liked it
Recensione presente anche sul blog Bookish Advisor

Free To Love – Lotta per il tuo amore è la parte conclusiva della duologia Fighting to Be Free di Kirsty Moseley.

Dopo la conclusione del primo volume che ci ha lasciato letteralmente col fiato sospeso finalmente possiamo scoprire quale sarà il finale della storia d'amore tra Ellie e Jamie, due ragazzi che nonostante le differenze e i due stili di vita completamente diversi sono riusciti a trovare l'una nell'altra
Valentina Abbr
Sep 19, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
È stata dura, durissima, aspettare il seguito di Free to love, niente da perdere se non l’amore. Ho aspettato con ansia, voglia di rileggerlo, desiderio di sapere cosa ne sarebbe stato di Jamie e Ellie dopo l’ennesimo brutto tiro del destino. Li avevamo lasciati divisi, Ellie lontana, in giro per il mondo, convinta che Jamie non l’avesse mai amata davvero, lui dietro le sbarre per essere di nuovo ricaduto nella fitta rete dell’illegalità.
In Free to love, lotta per il tuo amore ritroviamo Ellie
Vieni a leggere la recensione su: CrazyForRomance
Per acquistare il libro clicca qui

Quattro stelle e mezzo.
Chi ha amato il primo libro ritroverà qui la dolcezza infinita e la tenerezza che ha provato per Jamie, adorabile malvivente innamorato che cerca nel dolore e nella sofferenza fisica un modo di non pensare alla donna che ha perduto. È tornato a delinquere perché non ha più la ragione per non farlo, ma sarà pronto a lasciare la via del crimine quando Ellie deciderà di dargli una seconda poss
Aug 13, 2017 rated it really liked it
przewidywalna do bólu, ale miło się czytało
Leggere Romanticamente
3 stelline e mezzo!

La recensione sul blog qui -->
Sonia Donelli
Sep 07, 2017 rated it it was amazing


Recensione in anteprima di Simona – Free to love. Lotta per il tuo amore di Kirsty Moseley, secondo capitolo della duologia Free to love, edito da Tre60, in uscita oggi, 7 settembre, appartenente al genere new adult.

” «È meglio avere amato e perso che non aver amato mai.»

Alfred, Lord Tennyson scrisse questi versi nell’Ottocento.

Secondo me Alfred, Lord Tennyson ha scritto un’idiozia…

…Perché una volta mi sono innamorato.

Una vol
Michel Reinhard (Smut Book Junkie Reviews)

After the highly emotional cliffhanger in Fighting To Be Free by Kirsty Moseley, I have been sitting on pins and needles for this book to release. I was dying for the conclusion to Jamie and Ellie’s story. Worth Fighting For was well worth the wait. It went beyond my expectations and delivered a very emotional and realistic conclusion. Kirsty Moseley took great care with delivering this story. She paid attention to details, allowed the characters to realistically mature, she allowed them to deve
Feb 16, 2017 rated it liked it
Ordinarily, I do not read romance novels unless there is something more to them. In this case, I saw in the preview the death of a father and a mother in a coma, a daughter who returns from London in distress, and a hit and run driver. Sounded intriguing to me. Then the police were absent, no one ever caring that this driver, whether drunk, drugged, no license [who knows or cares]. Police are only mentioned with the former boyfriend's noted criminal activities. Meanwhile the daughter reminded me ...more
Claudia Alfaro
Dec 14, 2016 rated it really liked it
4.5 stars

I've been waiting for this book since we were left without a conclusion in FIGHTING TO BE FREE, the first book in the series. And since I was left with my heart broken, I knew that in book 2, WORTH FIGHTING FOR, my heart would still ache for these two.

When two soulmates find each other because of faith, but then bad things happen, they are forced to be apart. But since fate brought them together, they can't stay away from each other too long. There is this attraction that will pull them
Anne Dawson (Bookaholics Reading Haven)
Worth Fighting For - Kirsty Moseley

4 stars

This was a fab conclusion to Jamie & Ellie’s story and something i have been looking forward to reading since Kirsty left us with that cliffhanger at the end of Fighting to be Free. The book starts 3 years on, Jamie has served his time in prison and is out, taking over Brett’s business which was left to him following his death. This was not the life he envisaged for himself, a life he tried so hard to leave behind but without Ellie by his side

Ellie i
Lynn Reynolds
Dec 09, 2016 rated it really liked it
Shelves: finished-reading
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Pain is part of the job for Jamie “Kid” Cole. As a reader you can almost feel that pain – and that’s because this author knows just the right words to create that picture in you mind. Ellison “Ellie” Pearce is an ex-pat that seems to be happy in her new life when something happens to change that. This book continues where Fighting To Be Free left off.

I do think that you would be ok if you start with this series with this book. You may want to go back and read the first book In
Diz Reads 4TLOReading
Dec 06, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Kirsty knows no bounds and has a clever talent of being able to send you on a journey, breaking your heart over and over before she masterfully pieces it back together again.

This was the perfect conclusion to a wonderful duet, each turn of the page had me coming closer to somewhere I didn't want to be ! The end was in sight and I love every turn of the page ! From the shock to the heartbreak, from the soul crushing to the triumphant glee. This book had it all and packed one hell of a punch throu
Judy Miracle
Dec 06, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
the first book in this series Fighting to be Free ended in a cliffy so I was highly anxious to get my hands on the next one to see where Kristy would take the story. And Kristy blew me away, I think I'm in love with book 2 more than I am with the first one. Kristy will take you on an emotional roller coaster to the very last page.

Worth Fighting for starts 3 years after Fighting to be Free. Jamie is not the Jamie you remember from book 1, hes now encompassed in the life he tried his damnedest to
Dec 14, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
First, I received a free book as a giveaway promotion awarded. This is my honest review.

This is the conclusion of fighting to be free. When I read the first book my feelings was all over the place. I was so excited to be getting a new book from Kirsty Moseley knowing she will write a story that will have me rooting for, crying over, and even mad at the characters in her story. Ending in the last book Jamie let Ellie believe he cheated on her and didn't love her anymore instead of telling her th
Tootsie Glitter-Balls
Nov 21, 2016 rated it really liked it
#readingtigress - Review -

I was desperate to read this book! After Kirsty cruelly leaving us hanging at the end of “Fighting to be Free”, I NEEDED this book!

And yet again…. with Kirsty Moseley’s writing - I was not disappointed.

The book immediately picks back up, where FTBF finished.

Jamie is now the owner of several businesses - both legal and illegal. Ellie has traveled around the world, and not come home.

Trying to run away from the heartbreak she suffered at the hands of the love of her l
Nov 30, 2016 rated it it was amazing
5 freaking Stars! Read on behalf of A Book Lover's Emporium

Perfect! Absolutely perfect! I love this author and the way she writes. Kirsty has a way of capturing you from the start. I’m not going to lie, this had been on my Kindle for about a week before I could bring myself to dive in because of that cliffhanger after book one. Once I started reading it, I couldn’t put it down. I stayed up way too late trying to finish before sleep finally overtook me. I quickly rushed my family out the door so
« previous 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 next »
There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Be the first to start one »
  • Wishing For Us (Danvers #9)
  • I Promise You
  • Never Let Me Go (Breathe into Me, #3)
  • The Enforcer's Revenge (Untamed Hearts, #4)
  • A Sublime Casualty (A Sublime Casualty, #1)
  • Hunter (Lawful, #2)
  • Homecoming (Boys of Fall, #3)
  • Submit (Leathers, #3)
  • Second
  • Kept from You (Tear Asunder, #4)
  • Dateless (Collins Brothers, #1)
  • A Boy Named Risk
  • The Year of Second Chances (Sunnyvale, #3)
  • Riveted (Saints of Denver, #3)
  • The Chaos in Me (Beautifully Damaged, #2)
  • Falling for It (For It #1)
  • Dare to Stay (The Sons of Steel Row, #2)
  • Anything but Perfect (Hurricane Creek, #2)
I am a traditionally published and Indie author that hails from sunny England (I lie, it's not really that sunny here!) I'm a hopeless romantic, so of course my main writing focus is romance. I love to create swoon-worth males that steal your breath! I write both mature YA and new adult.

As well as being a writer I'm also an avid reader, mum to one little boy, proud chocoholic and an absolute beas
More about Kirsty Moseley...

Other Books in the Series

Fighting to Be Free (2 books)
  • Fighting to Be Free (Fighting to Be Free, #1)

Share This Book

“1) The pain was a welcome distraction from the turbulence churning inside me. I was just happy to be thinking of something else, anything other than…her.” 0 likes
“Losing the only thing you care about can change a person irrevocably.” 0 likes
More quotes…