Contender is a heartfelt contemporary romance written in K. Bromberg's Everyday Heroes Worlds project.
Officer Collins Sutton can take care of herself...
Returning to Sunnyville was never part of the plan, but after the death of their mother, she's home to help care for her disabled brother. As she finds her footing being back in her hometown her path crosses with the new guy in town. Sexy, mysterious and not swayed by her usual brush off... Sunnyville might not be big enough for both of them.
Boxer Keegan "The Punisher" Ranger was once the light heavyweight champion of the world but he lost his passion for fighting when his mentor died. Now he's focusing on building his new gym... and life. After taking verbal blows from Officer Sutton, the sassy redheaded sister of his new gym helper, he realizes something might finally be worth fighting for again.
Collins isn't convinced that Keegan is the good guy everyone else in town thinks he is and moves in for a better look. As much as his dark eyes and wicked smile are a warning bell she draws closer to him. However, when he betrays the most important person in her life he just might lose his shot at being the only contender for her heart.
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Keegan is a man who made something of himself due to having a great mentor. Collins loves her job and her family. The author uses her secondary characters to grab the reader’s attention and maybe even give a couple of life lessons too.
The first secondary character we get to meet is very special. Sam is used to connect our main characters as well as give him his own identity. Our lesson with him is not to be biased and judge someone based on outward appearances. Judgements should not be based on assumptions. The other special character is Ahmod. I fell in love with him right away. This lesson might be to let people be who they are especially if you don’t take the time to get to know them.
I became a fan of this author when I saw how accepting of people Keegan was. He was willing to give anyone a chance. He didn’t make assumptions but really got to know them and was willing to work with them no matter their limitations, their being apprehensive or where their life was going prior to meeting him. He made this book easy to enjoy.
The author takes her time to build the story before she tries to build any steam between her main characters. At one point in the story, Collins says something that gave me an “oh no!” moment. Wanting to know if I was right or not left me no choice but to keep on reading. The story builds until we get to a great ending – I’ll admit there may have been a tear or two by the time I got to the last word. But it also made me sad because my trip to Sunnyville is now over. I could certainly see what made this book a great choice to add to the Everyday Heroes World Project.
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