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Fighting for Love by Noah Steele
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it was amazing
bookshelves: mm-romance, kebb

Fighting for Love continues Noah Steele’s Cut to the Feeling series with a strong installment. It reminds me of a snippet of dialog from the 1997 movie Defying Gravity directed and written by John Keitel.

Can’t look back, can’t let go, can’t stop. It’s as if you are one person defying gravity, together. And, all at once everything is different.

Oliver (Olly) Park is Aiden’s bestie, former roommate, and a quirky writer who had feelings for Aiden in Racing Into Love. Olly is working through his transition to platonic friendship with Aiden while working at Jolt, Aiden’s bookstore transformation that occurred at the end of Racing Into Love.

Seth Kane is mysterious with his broody eyes, pouty lips, and dark hoodie attire. We learn he isn’t a free man, has made choices he regrets, and basically has sold his soul to an unsavory character. Overall, he feels trapped and is well aware he puts Olly in danger with his pursuit. But the pull is magnetic and unstoppable!

Unbeknownst to these two men, who have given up on themselves, fate has a different path in store for them. Before Olly and Seth know it, they are “fighting” for their love – battling their real and perceived demons. Their destiny’s change on a dime and all at once everything is different. Together, and using their phone-a-friend lifeline, the world becomes a brighter place full of hope, love, and future.

An instalove story with opposites who attract and ultimately steal your heart, Olly and Seth are perfect for each other, flaws and all.

Noah Steele’s character development is strong, incorporating and expanding on the entrenched individuals, while introducing new folks into their inner circle. Without a doubt, these new folks will be in the spotlight soon enough, but for now they blend seamlessly within the current plot.

Fighting for Love could be read as a standalone, but it is highly recommended that you read the series in order. There is a bit of back story that adds dimension and overall enjoyment of the individuals and establishments involved. An instalove story with opposites who attract and ultimately steal your heart, Olly and Seth are perfect for each other, flaws and all.

As predicted in my review of Racing Into Love Noah Steele has pushed this installment up to a five heart experience. There is suspense, intrigue, angst, friendship, and love wrapped up in this gem that flows effortlessly. The future is bright for this bunch of friends as they navigate the crazy little thing called life.
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Reading Progress

March 24, 2019 – Shelved
March 31, 2019 – Started Reading
April 3, 2019 – Finished Reading

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message 1: by Trio (new)

Trio awesome review Jay! and I think the cover is gorgeous :)


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