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Saturday, February 14

Review: Full Contact by Sarah Castille

Title: Full Contact
By: Sarah Castille
Series: Redemption #3
My Copy: Netgalley.com
BookWhisperer's Rating: 

When you can't resist the one person who could destroy you...

Sia O'Donnell can't help but push the limits. She secretly attends every underground MMA fight featuring The Predator, the undisputed champion. When he stalks his prey in the ring, Sia is mesmerized. He is dominant and dangerous and every instinct tells her to run.

Every beautiful thing Ray "The Predator" touches he knows he'll eventually destroy. Soft, sweet and innocent, Sia is the light to Ray's darkness-and completely irresistible. From the moment he lays eyes on her, he knows he's going to have to put his dark past behind him to win her body and soul.

I have really enjoyed the other two books in this series but this one was just harder for me to fall for.  I don’t know if it was something about Sia or Ray but neither character connected with each other for me or even with me.  I found myself more intrigued by Sia’s brother and best friend’s start of a relationship more than I did Sia or Ray’s relationship. 

Sia goes to every underground fight and Ray always notices her however it isn’t until she has a small tiff with her brother outside one night that Ray approaches her and in turn a relationship starts.  But it was the kind of relationship that was constantly hot and cold, off and on – and it was too much of a Ping-Pong game for me personally. 

And because I really couldn’t connect to the characters, nothing felt real.  Their want for each other, their love, the time that they spent together, it all felt flat to me. 


However, I would still recommend it if you like the series.  You get some good side stories that hopefully are coming up soon in Castille’s other books. 

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