✍🏻 The Continuing Saga of Rain and Wes is Here! BB Easton's Fighting for Rain is LIVE! You need to one-click this book and read it ASAP! ✍🏻

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I can’t even wrap my head around what I just read. Reading BB is like hitting the refresh button and getting a shot of adrenaline. I swear she’s creating her own genre.” -Kate Stewart, USA Today Bestselling Author

Fighting for Rain, the unforgettable second installment in The Rain Trilogy from BB Easton is available now!

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The world was supposed to end on April 23, but Rainbow Williams’s world ended days before that.

The mass hysteria caused by the impending apocalypse claimed everything she’d ever loved. Her family. Her city. Her will to live.

Until she met him.

Wes Parker didn’t have anything left for the apocalypse to take…he’d already lost it all by the time he was nine-years-old. His family. His home. His hope of ever being loved.

Until he met her.

Brought together by fate and bound by a love that would last lifetimes, Rain and Wes were prepared to die together on April 23.

They were not prepared for what would happen on April 24

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BB Easton lives in the suburbs of Atlanta, Georgia, with her long-suffering husband, Ken, and two adorable children. She recently quit her job as a school psychologist to write books about her punk rock past and deviant sexual history full-time. Ken is suuuper excited about that.

Praying for Rain is BB’s first full-length work of fiction. The idea, fittingly, came to her in a dream.

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✍🏻 Ready to catch fire? Lucy Score's Protecting What's Mine is Available NOW! Download Linc and Mackenzie's story, and let Linc put out that fire! ✍🏻

Title: Protecting What’s Mine: A Small Town Love Story
Author: Lucy Score
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: January 16, 2020

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If you can’t stand the heat, don’t fall for a firefighter…

Fire Chief Lincoln Reed is known for his heroics in the fire department and in the bedroom. Life is a never-ending good time. Until she lands in the middle of the accident scene he’s working…and then his backyard. Too bad she’s immune to flirty first responders.
Flight trauma surgeon Mackenzie O’Neil is on a crash course with burnout. She’s got a scar on her face and a shake in her hands. A temporary job as a small-town family physician is just the prescription. She’ll learn to meditate. Sleep more. Take up gardening.

She definitely won’t take her shirtless, firefighting neighbor’s hot body for a test drive.

But Linc and his tattoos are very persuasive. What’s a harmless little adrenaline-fueled fling between neighbors? It’s all naked fun and games until the shadows from Mack’s past find their way into her present. Can Linc be her hero when she needs him the most or will their scars ruin everything?

One thing is certain: Someone is going to get burned.

Author’s Warning: This small-town happily ever after is smokin’ hot, sweetly hilarious, deliciously suspenseful, and a one-two punch to the feels. One-click for a disaster dog, precocious kids, a good ol’ fistfight, nosy neighbors, high-adrenaline first responder heroics, firefighter bromance, and kitchen sexytimes.

Lucy Score is a Wall Street Journal and #1 Amazon bestselling author. Small town contemporary rom-coms are her lady jam and she enjoys delivering the feels with a huge side of happily ever after.
Her books have been translated into several languages, making readers around the world snort laugh, swoon, and sob. Lucy lives in Pennsylvania with the devastatingly handsome Mr. Lucy and their horrible cat.
In her spare time she enjoys sleeping, drinking copious amounts of coffee, and reading all the romance novels in the universe.

✍🏻 Professor Romance's 5 ⭐️ Review: Lucy Score's Protecting What's Mine ✍🏻

Overall Grade: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

“He dropped his forehead to hers. ‘Jesus. You level me.’”

So what is it about rom-coms that make us come back for more? The usual smart-alecky hero? The heroine who easily stands her ground against said hero? The sarcastic quips bantered back and forth? The snarky words that act as foreplay to some steamy bedroom scenes? The author’s inherent humor infused in the lines of her/his story? The underlying earnestness of the hero and heroine’s trial to a happy ending? If you answered “yes” to all of this, then you know the power of the rom-com. And Lucy Score writes rom-com SO well. Enter Protecting What’s Mine, and you have one of my favorite new romantic comedies. 

So what is it about this new book that should move your finger to the cursor to one-click Lucy Score’s new romance? Well, here goes:

*Linc. Hands down, Linc is everything you love in a rom-com. Equal parts handsome, smarta$$, and smart but emotionally dense, he is also a firefighter. He’s no stranger to entering dangerous situations, acting as the big hero. His heart is big, and he’s great with kids. He is everything you love about a hero in a rom-com because, from the first chapter, Linc is bought into the character of Mackenzie. Even when he’s making mistakes pursuing her, it’s clear how much Linc wants a future with Mack that he’s willing to forgo his own safety for her. He is your favorite requisite hero. He’s good, mind, body, and soul. And he has a cute nickname for his doctor love, Dreamy. <Swoon>

*Mackenzie “Mack”. Like Linc, she is everything that makes a rom-com interesting. Quite frankly, Mack is a “bad-a$$” female. She thrives on danger, one-night stands, and temporary situations. However, when you look deeper, these are all symptoms of past emotional injuries. She challenges Linc in that she doesn’t fall quickly for his “game.” Instead, she makes him work for her. She’s mentally intelligent, but she has to learn emotional intelligence on her journey. Her struggle towards permanence and falling for Linc is the challenge of their journey. While Linc has lived the single life, he’s willing to forgo it for the right woman. Mack becomes the hold-out in this story, driving its tension. When she finally accepts Linc’s love for her, her journey becomes the message of Protecting What’s Mine: allowing yourself to be more than you believe you can be and letting go of dreams that no longer work. 

*The surrounding cast of characters. Protecting What’s Mine is settled within Score’s other books such as Pretend You’re Mine and Finally Mine. As such, there are characters here who Score readers have already fallen for, so they return to pull you back into Score’s storytelling universe. This is like returning to high school for a reunion, but you actually love the people in attendance. It’s nostalgic and welcoming. And these other characters provide support for Linc and Mack. Thankfully, they speak wisdom into them as they struggle toward their happy ending. Infused in their relationships is hilarity, adding the layers of humor endemic of rom-coms.  

*Scenes upon scenes of funny, sad, or sweet. It’s all here. There were so many times when I sighed from happiness, wiped a tear from my eye, or laughed out loud at Linc’s version of wooing Dreamy. Add to that the quips of their friends, along with the wisdom of Mackenzie’s co-workers. There is so much to love in this book that, before you know it, it’s over. The plot points and inherent scenes keep you reading page after page until the end, which brings the sweetest of surprises, usurping your typical rom-com proposal. There isn’t any part of this book that you don’t love. 

So, why do we read rom-com? I mean, they’re predictable. We know there will be a happy ending, and the journey of the hero and heroine will be somewhat easy. Well, we read writers such as Lucy Score because, quite simply, they put easy smiles on our faces and leave us with the levity of their story. As a book reviewer, I have found myself, of late, mired in heavy reading, stories that tear at my soul (of which I adore…don’t get me wrong). However, stories such as Protecting What’s Mine lift my soul and help me fall deeper in love with romance because their stories are essential to the world of romance. We need laughter with our pain. We need the predictability of their form to offer us respite from the darkness of romance. Even more, Lucy Score has so much diversity in her storytelling that she challenges romance tropes within the realm of her light romance. There is always a message running deeper in her stories. Protecting What’s Mine is the best of what you love about rom-com, and it’s an easy one-click.

“Plans changed. Dreams grew. And happiness sometimes just snuck up on a person when they were least expecting it.”

In love and romance,

Professor A

✍🏻 Professor Romance's 5 ⭐️ Review: B. B. Easton's Fighting for Rain ✍🏻

Overall Grade: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

In one word, B.B. Easton’s Fighting for Rain is provocative. In the world of romance, in any given year, you read a handful of books that could be described with that one word. As the second book in the trilogy, you hope that it can hold the attention of the reader after the first book, and Easton does this so succinctly that, at its end, you can’t help but cringe because you know you have to wait for the next one. From the first to the last page, Fighting for Rain is spellbinding even in its moments of darkness.

I don’t want to give any plot to you other than this is a continuation of Praying for Rain, the first book of the Rain Trilogy. In that book, we meet Rain and Wes as they fall for each other amidst the looming end of the world. However, at that book’s end, all is not as it seems, and it leaves Fighting for Rain, the second book, to answer the questions of the first book. In this second book, Rain and Wes are faced with other challenges, greater than the ones present in the first book. Amidst their daily struggle, they grapple with the past’s influence on their burgeoning relationship. At times, all seems lost until it isn’t. It’s this struggle that keeps the reader engaged, even as the story becomes more complicated and more violent. As Fighting for Rain ends, once again, Easton leaves us with more questions and more heartbreak. But, as we find in the first book, there is always an undercurrent of hope, and it’s that hope that will keep Easton’s readers waiting with bated breath for the third and final book of the trilogy, Dying for Rain. Given the provocative and violent nature of this story, why should readers read it? Why is it worthy of my 5-star review? Here goes:

*There is an emotional gravitas to Fighting for Rain. While it would be easy to dismiss Easton’s grandiose story of life pre-apocalypse, she crafts a gravity into the characters’ stories that suspends your disbelief. Wes’s struggle for acceptance, moving past his demons, resonates with her readers whose pasts haunt them. Rain’s struggle with the acceptance of her situation and her overwhelming grief for her past life are many of us who have endured the pain of death in our lives. All of the characters in this trilogy lose something whether it’s their dreams, their possessions, their sanity, or their power; the loss is heavy in this story, yet it’s true to life. No, we aren’t living in an apocalyptic world (even when it seems like it), but we can empathize with the characters in the process of their journey because their emotions are our emotions. Easton concocts this connection and pulls us in hook, line, and sinker.

*This story is layered. I can’t tell you the number of romances I have read where the only layer is the relationship between the hero and heroine. I’m not saying that is a problem, or that it makes a poor story. Yet, when you read a book such as Fighting for Rain, it reminds you of the weight of storytelling when there is more than the hero and heroine. In this book, the underlying layer is survival. Everyone in this book is trying to survive, and they must sacrifice portions of themselves in order to do that. Another layer of this story resides in the ancillary storyline of the reasons behind the world ending. It’s evil and demonstrates the misuse of power by a government to a heinous end. There is more revelation behind the four horsemen in Fighting for Rain, so this layer shows the abiding danger of this new world. Besides these first two layers is the layer of Wes and Rain’s developing connection. In this book, it’s more fraught than Praying for Rain because both of them are dealing with internal emotional upheavals that seek to torpedo their connection. Beyond that, Easton designs the environmental layer. This incorporates the other survivors and the dangers of this world. In these layers, Easton shows her storytelling muscle, bringing us romance within the scope of a broken, unloving world. This dichotomy is the brilliance of this story.

*Finally, Easton’s inventiveness in creating Wes and Rain’s relationship is key to understanding Fighting for Rain, but even more, in this trilogy. Encapsulated in their relationship is a microcosm of their new world. There is beauty as evidenced by a singular moment on Wes’s return back to Rain. And there is sorrow in Wes’s abandonment of Rain. There is a deep love between these two, but their individual traumas have the potential to wreck their present. Their relationship illustrates the world around them. It’s their coupling that I think pulls the reader through the story. At least, that was the case for me. As the world outside of them becomes darker, they become lighter, and you can’t help but continue reading, hoping they can exist in this fractured, morally destitute world. Unfortunately, there is always sacrifice, and Easton finds the most compelling way to offer it to her reader. In doing so, her readers are now ravenous for the final book.

In its provocation of romancelandia, Fighting for Rain (along with its siblings) is poking at the norm. The world of the Rain Trilogy isn’t beautiful; it’s mangled and mutilated. Yet, Wes and Rain, in its midst, remind me of the plant from the film, Wall-E. Poking up through the wreckage is this innocent, fast-growing relationship of soulmates: starcrossed, fighting for survival, resilient. This isn’t the bedroom of a billionaire; it isn’t the small-town romance; and it isn’t even the dark bully romance of a high school/college. Fighting for Rain is life, and B.B. Easton beautifully imagines where love is light, fighting to cast out the darkness of a world that has forgotten the power and gravity of love. Read. This. Trilogy. Now. It’s found its niche in the world of romance.

In love and romance,

Professor A

✍🏻 Are you ready? Ilsa Madden-Mills is bringing the heat with her cover of Dear Ava. This enemies-to-lovers, high school romance is coming February 2nd. ✍🏻

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Dear Ava, an all-new full-length, enemies-to-lovers, high school standalone romance from Wall Street Journal bestselling author Ilsa Madden-Mills is coming February 2nd, and we have the smoking hot cover!


The rich and popular Sharks rule at prestigious, ivy-covered Camden Prep. Once upon a time, I wanted to be part of their world—until one of them destroyed me.

The last thing I expected was an anonymous love letter from one of them.

Please. I hate every one of those rich jerks for what they did to me. The question is, which Shark is my secret admirer: Knox, the scarred quarterback and their leader, Dane, his twin brother, or Chance, the ex who dumped me…

Dear Ava,

Your eyes are the color of the Caribbean Sea.

That’s stupid.

What I really mean is, you look at me and I feel something REAL.

It’s been ten months since you were here, but I can’t forget you.

I’ve missed seeing you walk down the hall.

I’ve missed you cheering at my football games.

I’ve missed the smell of your hair.

The truth is, I wanted you back then—but you had him.

And then everything fell apart that night.

Don’t hate me because I’m a Shark.

I just want to make you mine.


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Wall Street Journal, New York Times and USA Today best-selling author Ilsa Madden-Mills is best known for her angsty new adult romances and romantic comedies.

Eight of her eleven novels have placed in the Amazon Top 10 Best-seller List: Dirty English #1; Fake Fiancée and I Dare You #2; I Bet You, Filthy English, and Very Bad Things #6; Boyfriend Bargain #8; The Last Guy, her collaboration with Tia Louise, #4.

A former high school English teacher, she adores all things Pride and Prejudice, and of course, Mr. Darcy is her ultimate hero.

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✍🏻 Need a little hit of Vi Keeland in anticipation of Inappropriate? Read a little sneak peek here before it releases January 20th. ✍🏻

Excited about Vi Keeland’s upcoming release, Inappropriate?

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I wondered if he’d be here.

I was mid-conversation with some former colleagues I hadn’t seen in a few years when I got my answer. The sight of him made me lose my train of thought.

On the other side of the room, Grant Lexington stood wearing a classic black tuxedo. He was talking to an older gentleman, which gave me the opportunity to really take him in—tall, broad shoulders, yet not overly bulky, a narrow waist with one hand resting casually in his pants pocket. Even from a distance, his confidence registered. There was something about the way certain men held themselves that showed they were in charge, and that really worked for me. It could take a man who was a seven and make him an eleven in my book. On the other hand, a handsome ten with a meek personality could be reduced to a five.

Mr. Confident held a drink in his left hand and raised it to his mouth, but he stopped before drinking. He seemed to sense something and looked around the room. When his eyes caught mine, a slow, wicked smile spread across his face. He excused himself from the conversation and strode toward me.

My body tingled as I watched him approach with long strides, and I turned from the group I’d been standing with.

“What a pleasant surprise,” he said.

I tried to appear casual as I sipped my champagne. “I’m filling in for Bickman.”

He nodded. “Of course.”

Grant eyed the group next to me. “Are you here with a date?”

“No. You?”

He smiled and shook his head. “Would a compliment be unwelcome? I wouldn’t want to sexually harass you.”

“Compliments are always welcome, Mr. Lexington.”

His eyes sparkled. Taking hold of my elbow, he led me a few feet away from the group I’d been standing with. “That’s a dangerous thing to say to a man like me.”

“What was the compliment anyway?”

Grant’s eyes swept over me. “You look beautiful tonight.”

I blushed. “Thank you.”

Grant stopped a waiter as he passed. He gulped back the rest of the amber liquid in his glass and slipped the flute of champagne from my hand, setting them both down on the waiter’s tray.

“I was drinking that.”

He motioned for the waiter to move along and returned his attention to me. “I’ll get you more when we’re done.”

“Done with what?”

He held out his hand. “Dance with me.”

I shook my head. “I’m not sure that’s such a good idea.”

He smirked. “I’m fucking positive it’s not.”


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✍🏻 Love yourself some office romance? Rebecca Shea's Unexpectedly Yours is Coming January 27th, and you can read a sneak peek HERE! ✍🏻

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Unexpectedly Yours is absolutely SWOON-WORTHY! Sweet and sexy and so romantic! Prepare to be swept away by Andrew and Grace!”

– A.L. Jackson, New York Times bestselling author

Unexpectedly Yours, an all-new intense and sexy standalone office romance from USA Today bestselling author Rebecca Shea, is coming January 27th and we have the first sneak peek!


One night of unbridled passion.

It was the only thing Andrew McPherson and Grace Morgan could afford.




They promised they would never see each other again, but fate had other plans.

Andrew’s entire life has been spent working toward one goal—to own the top advertising and public relations company in the world. He’s driven, ruthless when it comes to business, never letting anything stand in his way . . . until Grace.

Grace has worked hard to build her advertising career. She’s fiercely talented and dedicated to her clients. Grace has no interest in getting involved with a man when she knows her focus should be on her career and paying off her mounting debt.

Andrew knows better than to get involved with a woman who is completely off limits, but he never backs down from what he wants, and he won’t stop until Grace is his . . . only this might cost him more than he’s willing to give.

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The office is just starting to come alive when I slide into my cube. The weather—on top of it being the first day after a long holiday weekend—has everyone getting a late, lazy start. I fire up my laptop just as Jamie comes gliding across the floor, carrying two cups of coffee. I smile at her, and she smiles back. I wouldn’t know what to do without her.

“You always have my back, don’t you?” I say as she shoves the cup of steaming cardboard at me.

“Always.” She side-eyes me sarcastically. “Except when you ignore my texts and calls for an entire weekend.”

I glance away from her and hold the coffee between both of my hands, letting the contents of the cup warm my fingers. “Guilty,” I manage between sips of the hot liquid. “And I’m sorry. It’s just been so crazy, I don’t even know what to tell you or where to start—”

She cuts me off in her endearing, commanding way. “How about we pick up where we left off on Friday.” Her eyebrows raise knowingly, and I pinch my eyes closed, feeling awful for ignoring her.

I glance across the office and notice that Drew’s office lights are still off, which means he hasn’t arrived yet. I heave a sigh of relief, knowing that he’s not here and I can catch up with Jamie before he arrives. I stand up and reach for Jamie’s hand.

“Conference room,” I tell her, nodding toward the dark room. I drag her down the hall and the room lights up when we enter thanks to the motion sensors. I close and lock the door, drawing the privacy screens next so people can’t see us.

Throwing herself into a chair, Jamie grins at me. “Must be good if we have to talk about it in a conference room.” She spins in her chair like an excited little girl.

“I can’t have anyone in the office knowing about this,” I tell Jamie seriously. “I can’t have this jeopardize my career or have anyone thinking I’m doing anything inappropriate,” I start.

Her eyes widen like she knows this is going to be juicy, but she says with all seriousness, “I know. I didn’t mean it like that—”

“Jamie,” I cut her off. “I need you to promise me you’ll keep this under wraps. I need this job, I love this job. I’ve loved this job long before Mr. McPherson bought the company…”

“Is that what you call him? Mr. McPherson?” she interrupts with a giggle. “Deeper, Mr. McPherson,” she jokingly says and I roll my eyes. “Okay, sorry. I’ll be serious now.” She straightens up in her chair and pulls her coffee to her. “Tell me everything.”

I sit next to Jamie and start from Friday night. I tell her about the elevator, our night at the hotel, condo shopping, dinner, furniture shopping, and even about our picnic. I tell her I confessed about my money problems, problems even Jamie doesn’t know the gritty details of. She knows I’ve got shit to take care of, but she doesn’t know the extent of it. Jamie listens intently as I tell her everything. When I finally finish, she simply stares at me.

“Damn,” she murmurs, dazed. “You guys jumped right into this, didn’t you?”

I can’t do anything but nod my damn head in response. “I know, and it fucking scares me.”

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About Rebecca

Rebecca Shea is the USA Today Bestselling author of the Unbreakable series (Unbreakable, Undone, and Unforgiven), the Bound & Broken series (Broken by Lies and Bound by Lies) and two stand alone novels, Dare Me and Fault Lines. She has also co-written two books with her friend, A.L. Jackson, The Hollywood Chronicles: One Wild Night and One Wild Ride

She lives in Phoenix, Arizona with her family. From the time Rebecca could read she has had a passion for books. Rebecca spends her days working full-time and her nights writing, bringing stories to life. Born and raised in Minnesota, Rebecca moved to Arizona in 1999 to escape the bitter winters.

When not working or writing, she can be found on the sidelines of her sons football games, or watching her daughter at ballet class. Rebecca is fueled by insane amounts of coffee, margaritas, Laffy Taffy (except the banana ones), and happily ever afters.

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This Time Around, an unforgettable and emotional, small town romance from Stacey Lynn is free for a limited time only. 

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Five years ago, I married the man of my dreams. He was supposed to be my last first kiss–my happily ever after.  He promised to hand me the world, but in one night, all of those promises were shattered. 

Now, I was barely surviving the tragic loss of my husband, struggling daily to manage what was left of the life we’d promised to build together, when Cooper Hawke unexpectedly walked into my life.

The Hollywood heartthrob had plenty secrets of his own and his eyes held the same darkness as mine. I couldn’t stop myself from needing to know why. And as much as I tried to keep him out of my heart, he slipped past all my defenses. 

We both had pasts that destroyed our trust and had broken our hearts, but nothing will stop Cooper from trying to convince me we could have it all this time around.

✍🏻 It's Available! The conclusion to Meghan March's Legend Trilogy, The Fight for Forever, is Finally LIVE! Download your copy today and get to binge reading! The trilogy is Complete! ✍🏻

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New York Times bestselling author Meghan March concludes the Legend Trilogy.

You can only keep what you can protect.

That’s all I’ve ever known. It’s the way I’ve lived my life.

Now, everything I never knew I needed is at risk, and I’m not letting anyone take it from me.

I won’t let anyone take her from me.

They say love is a battlefield, so I’m ready for war.

This time, it’s the fight for forever.

The Fight for Forever is the third book in the Legend Trilogy and should be read after The Fall of Legend and House of Scarlett

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Making the jump from corporate lawyer to romance author was a leap of faith that New York Times, #1 Wall Street Journal, and USA Today bestselling author Meghan March will never regret. With over thirty titles published, she has sold millions of books in nearly a dozen languages to fellow romance-lovers around the world. A nomad at heart, she can currently be found in the woods of the Pacific Northwest, living her happily ever after with her real-life alpha hero.

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✍🏻 Professor Romance's 5 ⭐️ Review: Meghan March's The Fight for Forever, book 3 of the Legend Trilogy ✍🏻

Overall Grade: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

There is something ostentatious about Meghan March’s storytelling. Each word, each sentence, each paragraph, and each page tells tales of love and woe and adventure, and they leave her readers suspended, holding their collective breath, awaiting the end of the journey of a lifetime. It doesn’t matter if she’s writing about a billionaire hero of Neptune, an anti-hero who rules the dark underworld of New Orleans, the gazillionaire NYC businessman, or a fighter from the wrong side of the tracks, fighting for his soul. In each of her books, there is a guarantee that you won’t be able to set her books down. Even more, she loves to torture her readers with trilogies that make you wait patiently for the next book. Some of us readers eat them with the first serving, while her other readers exhibit supreme levels of self-control and binge them in one serving. It doesn’t matter how you read Meghan March’s books; in the end, you know that you will read whatever she’s cooking. And The Fight for Forever, the third book of her Legend Trilogy, is no different.

As the final book of this trilogy, there is much that March must do. For one, Gabriel Legend must solidify his future. After book 2, House of Scarlett, he’s won her heart, and he’s given himself over to her, but their future isn’t determined. In fact, March leaves us with a cliffhanger in book 2 that she must resolve. I won’t provide any more story for The Fight for Forever because you should read the book on your own. What I think is more meaningful is offering up feelings. Specifically, what did I feel when reading this final book?

*Angst. This is a cornerstone of March’s books. She builds the tension between the hero and heroine so distinctly that their journey keeps you suspended in time as you read March’s books. This is definitely the case with The Fight for Forever. This book has more twists and turns than, at least, the Mount Trilogy. Each page culled more problems for Gabriel and Scarlett, and you were never certain that these two would survive their story. While you can rest easy that these two love each other deeply, it’s their pasts that potentially end any future for them. As such, you find yourself hating to turn the page to find out their destiny, but needing to do so because you are compelled into the story. The angst of their story drives you forward.

*Contentment. At the conclusion of The Fight for Forever, there is a sense of completion with this story. Gabriel and Scarlett will find a “messy life” together, but March opens a new door for other characters at the story’s end, and it will excite you for her future books. However, March deftly drives this book to its end, crossing the finish line with easy aplomb. You will sigh in contentment over Gabriel and Scarlett’s journey.

*Admiration. As I was reading The Fight for Forever, I reveled in March’s style and her storytelling. With each new series/trilogy/book, March amazes me with her ability to write heroes and heroines that engage us in discussions about life. With The Legend Trilogy, there are messages about living a messy life, socio-economic disparity, and letting go of past sins to find a future wholly in the present. Yes, these messages aren’t overt; they are simply the driving forces behind the multi-barrelled plot points of her story. If you don’t like a particular character, March crafts other characters or storylines that attend you to her romance. Quite honestly, Meghan March makes writing romance look easy. Once again, The Legend Trilogy exhibits this unmistakably. It’s awe-inspiring that she can juggle her universe, incorporating characters and stories from her books in a way that feels organic to the present story. In doing so, she breeds continued nostalgia in her works. It’s clear that she’s intentional and insightful in her ability to bring pleasure to her readers. I think admiration is the biggest feeling for this trilogy.

There are very few authors like Meghan March. I can count on one hand the number of writers who create universes within her books. There is always an intentionality and thoughtfulness to her story-telling that grabs at the souls of her readers. The Fight for Forever, Gabriel and Scarlett’s final book, is a continuous reminder of the power of Meghan March’s romances to entertain, inspire, and leave us wanting more.

In love and romance,

Professor A