February 28, 2017 2 min to read
Rock Hard Lumberjack
Category : Reviews
He left the MMA ring – vowing never to turn back.
He shut the door to society – until she walked in and turned everything around.
I’ve had enough of the crap that goes along with being a pro MMA fighter.
After what happened that night – I can’t stop replaying every damn minute in my mind.
I vowed to leave the hell hole I built for myself and never turn back.
Living in the woods in a reclusive cabin was just what I needed and I was doing just fine for years.
Then in walked Sam.
Poor little spoiled city girl. Run home to daddy before you get hurt little lady.
She was the last thing I needed in my life – at least that’s what my brain told me but my lower half had…conflicting feelings.
I take pride in my ability to restrain myself – but her presence has me pushing my boundaries.
After catching my a## hole of a boyfriend with another girl – I had enough and was ready for an escape.
Taking a story at work that would send me deep into the woods may have been a rash move – but then again it landed me into the arms of the sexiest specimen I’ve ever laid my eyes on.
Mysterious. Rugged. And oozing with sex appeal.
His touch ignites a passion in me that I never even knew existed.
While my ex couldn’t find a G spot if it hit him in the face, I have no doubt that Hugh knows just how to use the wood he’s packing.
The only problem is I know the secret he has kept locked up for years and I don’t think he wants anyone to find out.
Genre: Romance – MMA
Part of a Series: No
POV: Alternating Sam/Hugh
Steam Level: I need a shower
This is the second book I’ve read by Rye Hart. I wasn’t sure about reading more after the first book but I’m glad I did. This book was well-written and fast-paced. Once I started it, it went super quick. The chemistry between Hugh and Samantha is explosive and extremely hot. The secondary characters around Sam were hilarious.
I guessed the secret just by reading the book description. However the execution and telling of said secret was excellent. The reminder that big, strong guys still have feelings is definitely needed. Hugh was vulnerable and sensitive without losing any masculinity. This was refreshing to read and well done on the author’s part.
I’ll definitely continue to read Rye Hart’s books and cannot wait for her next book. I received an advanced copy of this book and am voluntarily leaving an honest review.
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