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|Title||:||Dirty Boxing (Blood and Glory, #1)|
|Author||:||Harper St. George, Tara Wyatt|
|Number of Pages||:||285|
|Category||:||Romance, Contemporary, Sports|
PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC Dirty Boxing (Blood and Glory, #1) Perfect for fans of emotionally charged sexy reads Dirty Boxing the first installment in the Blood and Glory series reveals that the mixed martial arts battles waged inside the octagon are second only to the battles fought in the name of love b .
After an unstable childhood Jules Darcy is very familiar with the risks of falling in love And as an adult she s never let herself forget just how high those stakes can be That s why she ran away a year ago after her fling with MMA fighter Nick Giannakis quickly got serious But when she jumps at the opportunity to reconnect with her dad by accepting a job with his growing fight league she s stunned to learn the abs the chiseled arms and the rock solid punches she has to market belong to none other than her former fling Unable to run away from the sexy middleweight this time Jules vows to keep things strictly professional But one look at Nick and her resolve starts to crumble .
The last thing Nick expects when he signs with the prestigious World Fighting Championship is that he ll have to work with the only woman who ever broke his heart Desperate to hide the pain she caused him Nick vows to keep his distance from his gorgeous ex But when he realizes their intense chemistry hasn t faded after a year apart he wonders if they could have a future together even if dating the boss s daughter could complicate his bid for the championship belt .
Under the bright lights of Las Vegas in the world of high stakes prize fighting they ll have to take a risk and decide if their love is worth fighting fo