Sunday, January 24, 2016


Title: Outside The Ropes
Series: Outside the Ropes #1
Author: Ashley Claudy
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In the ring, Regan has control. Outside the ropes, she fights to survive.

Regan Sommers spent her life fighting. Fighting foster parents, kids in the group home, and classmates. But the night she has to fight for her life changes everything. 

Now, she's fighting for money in the ring, and from the first punch she's addicted. Every addiction has a price though, and this one is the gym's star boxer, Gage Lawson. He may come in an enticing tattooed package, but his demands are more than she can handle. 

The responding officer from that night, Anthony Fields, comes with no demands. He wants whatever she's willing to give, and Regan can handle that. She can definitely handle him. 

But no help comes string free, and Regan's not the only one with a hard past and scars to cover. The life she was trying to escape is nothing compared to the danger she's in the middle of now, and she can't fight her way out.

***Reader please be aware: Story contains mature content such as: Drugs, sex, abuse, and explicit language that may be upsetting for some.****

     

Outside the Ropes begins when Regan gets attacked one night. She's used to fighting in her life, and this night was no different, but when circumstances land her into the line of sight of some new people things get a little complicated for her. And there's a man who fights just like her that she can't seem to stay away from. but he has secrets, and things start getting more complicated for her. 

This book starts out really interesting. I really enjoyed the storyline in the beginning and middle. I also enjoyed the heroine as well. She was really good at handling these horrible situations she was put in. 

The story started to change somewhat towards the end. I was a little bit annoyed with the turn it took, and a little frustrated with the cliffhanger ending. It annoyed me the way the hero and heroine were acting and what Regan decided to do. I was frustrated, but I still liked the book over all. I'm just not sure I will read more in this series. 
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