Review: Worth The Fight by L.D. Davis

Monday, December 23, 2013

Worth The Fight
By L.D. Davis
Our Rating: A Whole Bottle Of Wine

Synopsis:
Luke Kessler loved Emmy.

She broke his heart.

Then she revealed a life altering secret that brought them back together. 

Time and forgiveness heal old wounds and love flourishes. Luke and Emmy find themselves reaching for a happily ever after together. When their pasts begin to push into their present and hurtful mistakes are made, the couple struggle with each other and their past demons. How much is too much? Will the couple be able to fight their way to a happily ever after? Are their lives together worth the fight?

Aly's Review:
Worth the Fight by L.D. Davis is officially one of my favorite point of view books. I'll be honest, I missed my favorite horse man Luke since Accidentally on Purpose ended. I think I still have hang over from that one. I am here to give you all some great news, HE'S BACK!!!

Worth the Fight is a book told from Luke's POV, and it spans the last half of Accidentally on Purpose and Worthy of Redemption. So if you haven't read those two first, you should probably get on that. They are fantastic and absolute must reads. Luke's POV is no different either. It stirred up all those crazy emotions I felt while reading the first two books. 

L.D. did a great job bringing Luke, Emmy, Lucas, and yes...EVEN KYLE back in this book. I usually have a problem with POV books, because I feel like they are the exact same story, dialog, situations, etc... just from a different characters mouth. I won't lie, a lot of Worth The Fight is like that, but it's also more. We get more information about Luke, that we never knew in Accidentally on Purpose. Yes, we get in Luke's head, but we also get some new drama and angst that will keep you connected. I fell in love with Luke (and Emmy) all over again!

If you loved Accidentally on Purpose and Worthy of Redemption. There is no doubt in my mind that you will enjoy Worth the Fight also. I am giving the sexy, funny, sweet, and good hearted Luke Kessler a whole bottle of wine.

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