Now this MMA contender is fighting to be a better man—for her. RT Book Reviews proclaims that the O’Brien Family series from award-winning author Cecy Robson “has the hottest brothers ever!” And in Let Me, it is Finn’s turn to discover how love can heal the deepest wounds.
A mixed martial arts star on the rise, Finn O’Brien dismantles his opponents with brutal precision. And yet beneath his fierce persona, Finn is raw from a trauma he’s buried for years . . . until the day his deep-rooted rage erupts and lands him in court-mandated therapy. Finn’s not one to bare his soul, but if talking it out means meeting beautiful women like Sol Marieles, he’ll give it a shot.
WHOA! Readers, just a little warning before reading this book. Have some water next to you because the chemistry between H&H (hero and heroine) is COMBUSTIBLE. Sol Marieles, leading lady, is a smokin' hot and hardworkin' Latina. Unfortunately, her family life is tragic. Her mother is mentally ill and mistakes Sol for her dead sister. You know those PSA videos about Alzheimer's, Dementia, and other diseases that erodes the mind? Every since time I watch one of them, I think about what I would do if I was in a similar situation. Would I be strong enough to take care of someone I loved, even if they didn't recognize who I was? Sol is strong in spirit, but her mother is mentally sick and is slowly getting worse over time. Part of Sol is in denial and believes with the right cocktail of drugs, her mother will revert back to the person she was before. And part of her recognizes what an uphill battle this is and is slowly losing hope. The emotion is personal and can be applied to just about anyone with a family history of mental illness.
Finn, is a power keg about to explode. As an MMA fighter, Finn is ripped, and I mean RIPPED. He's got his own demons and they are always close to the surface. He and Sol hang in different circles, but seeing as how their extended family is interlocked, they see each other from time to time and man, the chemistry. The playful and sexual innuendo laced conversations between the two always put a smile on my face. He's got a thing for Sol and doesn't keep it a secret. He's wants her and he wants her BAD. I swear to God the sexual tension was magnificent. Their relationship was a slow burn to white hot inferno. I love these two! This book was not just about the sex. It was certainly important, but it wasn't what carried the book. The family dynamic, the pain from the past, the nightmares of the present, the feat of the unknown and the potential of something good happening is what carried this book. The characters and their pain, past and future carried this book and I'm glad I read this book. There are supposedly two more O'Brien family books in the works, and I can't wait for them!
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