Review – Fighting for Alexa (Fallen Heroes #2) by Jennifer Ann

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Fighting for Alexa by Jennifer Ann
Series: Fallen Heroes #2 (Standalone)
Genre: Adult, Romantic Suspense
Release Date: February 15, 2017
Buy Now: Amazon

Synopsis

FIGHTING FOR ALEXA is a full-length standalone novel bursting at the seams with heat and intrigue.

Michael Harrison is bad for me.

Angry, albeit drop-dead sexy men in prison for murder are generally bad for anyone. So I’m unable to explain why I feel a need to prove his innocence, or why every time he opens his mouth I want to feel those thick lips all over my body.

I’ve worked hard to prove my worth since my parents abandoned me, and getting involved with an inmate could cost me my career. So why do I find myself ready to throw it all away for a chance to be with a tattooed biker?

Alexa Darrington must be an angel.

How else can I explain the sudden appearance of this mouthwateringly gorgeous woman with legs that go on for miles? It’s not only her looks that make her irresistible. Her determination and stubborn will make her the kind of woman worth laying down my life for.

Even though it’s too dangerous to involve her in the truth, I’m too selfish to let her go. But what will I have to offer her if I’m stuck in prison for life?

Review

Can I just start off by saying that Jennifer Ann is an extraordinarily talented writer that has full captivated my heart, first with Fighting for Phoebe, and now with Fighting for Alexa, the second book in the Fallen Heroes standalone series!

This story was both similar and yet completely different from Fighting for Phoebe, the first book in this amazing standalone series. The storyline of this book instantly captured my attention and held on until the end. This book took me less than a day to read and once I started, I couldn’t stop until I finished! Once again I made the mistake of starting a story late at night, but I can’t say that I regret the lack of sleep I endured the next day when I tried to stay focused in class and at work.

Readers are first introduced to Alexa as an 11 year old and you can instantly feel the fear radiating from her frightful words on the page. When we meet her as an adult, she has blossomed into one strong woman, a woman she never expected to become. Instantly I formed a deep connection with Alexa and commanded her for her extraordinary fight in life. Over the years she has fought tooth and nail to get where she is today and no one will ever take her strength away again. She was truly one of the most inspirational characters I have read in a long time and I couldn’t help but love her strength! If you like Alexa, then there is no way you couldn’t fall for her heading man Michael, a man trapped behind bars for a crime he didn’t commit. Their chemistry is undeniable and will make you believe that two lost souls can come together and form a connection that neither one of the ever anticipated.

I absolutely fell in love with yet another amazing story from Jennifer Ann. Since this is a standalone series, you do not need to read Fighting for Phoebe in order to read Fighting for Alexa because they deal with two completely different storylines and two completely different couples. However, I strongly recommend checking them out because they are both romantic suspense stories that will leave you craving for more. I can’t wait to see what the author comes up with next! Oh please let it be another Fallen Heroes story! PLEASE!

AURORA

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About Jennifer Ann

Jennifer Ann is the pen name used by Jen Naumann when writing steamy romance novels with complex love stories. Like her characters, she’s in love with the city of New York, rock concerts, and Marines. Sometimes you can catch her driving a tractor alongside her husband in southern Minnesota while trying to keep up with the madness of their four active children.

Jennifer also writes YA paranormal under Jen Naumann, and erotica under J.A. Fredericks.

Connect with the author: Website | Facebook | Twitter | Goodreads

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