Fighting For Your Touch

Book Review - FIGHTING FOR YOUR TOUCH by NIKKI ASH

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This is my first Nikki Ash book and I was NOT disappointed! I loved reading Caleb’s story. I don’t want to give any spoilers, but my heart broke for him when I read his story. And Marco! Oh, Marco stole the book for me! What a great story, I will definitely read more of this series. ~ Krista

Rating 5 Stars

I liked the description of this book. It was vague, but at the same time I can’t be wondering what’s going on who destroyed Caleb from the inside out, how is Hayley a game changer and so much more. The description said it’s best to read them in order, but I started with this one and while it will spoil the other books, it mainly just makes me want to read the others.

Haylee was so sweet! I really loved her dedication to do what’s right but at the same time, trying to get out of her comfort zones. With Caleb she was out of her depth because of his past, but she understood and I loved her for that.

Caleb broke my heart!!! His past, how he is in the press, oh my heart!!! But when he opened up and slowly changed, oh it was beautiful to see! His past really messed with him but he slowly moved on. He had his mean moments but by the end of the book he was like a new person.

The story was beautiful. A man overcoming his past and moving forward with his life has to be one of the best things about this book, and that’s saying a lot because it was awesome. There was a mystery about it, kids and a super hot man that feel hard for a women who could help ease his abuse from his past.

I wish there had been more fighting scenes, or even just talking about it, but with the plot played out, I can see why it wasn’t.

I truly can’t wait to read the first 2 books in the series and see what’s to come.

Overall, I love how the author had the supporting characters be a major part of the story! It kept me hooked right along with the plot. The plot also moved at the perfect pace and didn’t leave me having questions. ~ Jessica