Title: Fight for Her
Author’s Name: Liz Plum
Publisher: Wattpad Books
Genre: YA Contemporary Romance
Page Count: 336 Pages
Author or Book Website: N/A
Link to Amazon purchase page: Amazon.com: Fight For Her: Plum, Liz: Books
Link to Goodreads: Fight For Her by Liz Plum | Goodreads
Release Date: N/A
How I Got the Book: Review Copy
Summary of the Book:
From the outside, being the heir to a million-dollar auto repair company, the girlfriend to the school’s quarterback, and admired by her peers, means Scarlet Tucker’s life seems perfect. But after the tragic death of her brother, every day is a struggle to keep up appearances―especially with her boyfriend, who cares more about his reputation than about Scarlet’s feelings.
When Scarlet accidentally slams into her school’s resident bad-boy-slash-outcast, Elijah Black, in the hallway, he shakes up more than her notebooks. Scarlet’s heard rumors about Elijah, but she’s drawn to him because they share the same sorrow―they’ve both lost a brother. As they grow closer, Elijah lets Scarlet into his hidden life of underground fighting, where long-buried secrets that impact both of their lives unravel. Before long, Elijah and Scarlet are in too deep to turn back, and the only way they’ll survive is to stick together.
My Personal Review: I received a copy of this book for a fair and honest review. I read a lot stories on Wattpad so see then get publish is great. I had not read this on there but I still got my hands on a review copy of this book. I thought by just reading the blurb it going to be another Good girl meets bad boy story. It is on the surface but once you dive deep into the story there is so much more to Scarlet and Elijah. Scarlet is such a strong and independent character and that is unique for a romance. Elijah is mysterious and sweet. Of course all books have to have a jerk and that is Scarlet’s boyfriend. He is so two-faced it is made me dislike him from the get go. I did not want it to end knowing I would not get anymore chance to see these characters.
My Rating of the Book: 4 1/2 Stars