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Worth Fighting for by Kirsty Moseley

Worth Fighting for

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Worth Fighting for by Kirsty Moseley

It's been three years since Jamie Cole has seen Ellie Pearce, and two years since being released from prison. After giving up Ellie, he's immersed himself in the criminal life she'd once fought so hard to leave behind. Embracing the darkness within him, Jamie takes over his old criminal turf and forms his own crew - creating dangerous rivals. He has nothing to lose - until a certain redhead who holds his soul in her hands comes back to town. Ellie has moved on. She traveled the world, meeting a man in London - a man she's marrying. She hardly allows herself to think about the boy who broke her heart at eighteen. But when her parents are involved in a car accident that leaves her father dead and her mother in a coma, Ellie returns to New York to take care of her little sister. She thought she could handle seeing Jamie again, but she can't deny that he's still a part of her. Their heated reunion makes it clear to Jamie's rivals, that he's got a weakness. Now amidst threats from Jamie's enemies and fighting to keep her sister safe, Ellie must decide either to return to her fiance and newfound stability, or stay in New York and surrender to the all-consuming passion that still burns with Jamie ...


In Fighting to be Free, Kirsty Moseley delivers another epically beautiful love story that will have you rooting for the underdog and compulsively turning the pages -- R. J. Prescott, USA Today bestselling author Hold on to your pages, because this is the suspenseful ride of a lifetime! -- Regina Bartley, romance author Kirsty Moseley at her best. Five kindle-throwing stars! -- S. K. Hartley, international bestselling author Fighting to be Free is an utterly captivating read that will make you fall in love and leave you breathless until the end -- Natasha Preston, New York Times bestselling author Kirsty, excels at writing a swoon worthy male that compels you to keeping turning the pages, to keep falling head over heels in love with them and Jamie is no exception. Fighting to be Free is a story of life being unpredictable, not winning the parent lottery and choices being taken away by poor decisions of said parents or parent. This is an enticing read with enough sex, angst and fast-paced action that your heart beat kicks at an uneven pace ... until the very last page -- Ker Dukey, international bestselling author This book had me hooked from the first page and kept locked onto its line right up to the very last page! -- Elle McKenzie, romance author 'Gritty, heart wrenching and sexy with a bad boy lead who will melt your heart

About the Author

Kirsty Moseley's debut novel The Boy Who Sneaks in My Bedroom Window was one of ten finalists for the 2012 Goodreads' Choice Awards, Best YA Fiction, and she is also the author of the novel Always You. Kirsty lives in Norfolk with her husband and son.

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352 pages


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Publication date

6th December 2016



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