Review: Fighting for Love (Boston Love #2) by Kelly Elliott

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Finn Ward has two passions: being a firefighter and being single. Although his parents are constantly nagging him to settle down, Finn just wants to enjoy himself while he’s young. Then, at a union meeting, he meets a gorgeous lawyer with a dazzling smile—and suddenly, settling down doesn’t sound so bad.

Rory Adams is fresh out of law school and looking to make a name for herself at her mother’s firm. She doesn’t have time for silly games anymore. But when she catches the eye of a dashing fireman who makes her body tingle from across the room, something instantly ignites between them. The only problem? Her father is Finn’s boss.

Their relationship turns both of their lives upside-down. Rory tames Finn’s wild ways, while he shows her that life can’t be all work and no play. But it’ll take some serious determination to keep their love secret—and real courage to admit the truth.

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My Review

“Finn Ward was my weakness. A desire burning so deep inside of me it was hard to ignore. He was the wrong I knew deep in my heart was my right.”

“I need your touch like the desert needs water.”

Fighting For Love is the second book in the Boston Love Series and follows the story of Finn and Rory. From the moment we meet Finn, he appears to be your typical single playboy. The only thing he loves more than being single is his job as a firefighter. Little did he know that when he met Rory, his life was going to be turned upside down. Suddenly his priorities in life didn’t matter. He finally understood what his friends and family were always talking about. He finally found someone who knocked him on his ass and gave him something worth fighting for…..Ever since Rory graduated from Law School, she’s been trying to make a name for herself; something that has been challenging since she works at her mother’s law firm. Her entire life, Rory has always done what is expected of her and never questioned anything. All of that goes out the window when she meets Finn. Finn is everything that she could possibly want in a guy. But there’s one big, glaring problem: He works for her father and her father doesn’t want her having anything to do with firemen….However staying away from Finn proves to be even harder than Rory could imagine. Their chemistry is intense and undeniable. Will Finn and Rory take a chance and explore the sparks between them or will they let others opinions put out their fire??

Fighting For Love was a fantastic love story. Finn and Rory pulled me in from page one and I honestly could not get enough of the two of them together. The pull between the two of them was so strong, it had me turning the pages furiously to see what would happen next. And let me tell you, these two do not disappoint. Finn took me by such surprise. He was romantic. He was caring. He was alpha. He was utterly swoon-worthy. He pulled out all of the stops when it came to Rory. And Rory…She had a good heart. She loved with everything that she had. She tried to see the good in everyone, but had insecurities just like everyone else. Together, I think Finn and Rory made an excellent team. They just balanced each other out so well and just made you want to cheer for them to find happiness.

 The road to happily ever after was not an easy one for Finn and Rory. There were quite a few obstacles and insecurities to overcome. These two really had to fight for what they wanted and that made me appreciate their story even more.

Overall, Fighting for Love was a really great read. I think the title of this book suits the story perfectly and really rings home that anything and I mean anything worth having, is worth fighting for; no matter how tough the fight. I loved everything about this story from beginning to end and can not wait to see where this series will go next!

*I was provided an ARC copy of this book, via the publisher and NetGalley, in exchange for an honest review*

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