Review: Fighting For What’s His by Laura Kaye

Cover for Fighting for What's His by Laura Kaye

Title: Fighting For What’s His

Author: Laura Kaye

Series: Warrior Fight Club #2

Pages: 254

4 stars out of five
4 stars – It was really good

Former Army Ranger turned private investigator, Bill Parrish, lives for fighting, investigating, and sex. He doesn’t realize how lonely and lifeless his life is until he agrees to house his best friend’s sister for a few months while she starts a new job. The more time he spends with her though the more he wants her, but he knows he can’t have her.

This was a very emotional book. Billy struggles with survivors guilt and keeps everyone at a distance. The only peace he finds is when he is fighting during Warrior Fight Club. He quickly realizes that he finds peace when he is hanging out with Shayna too but he feels he doesn’t deserve her. His mental and emotional struggle was heartbreaking and made me just want to hug him. 

Shayna was a wonderful heroine who I wish could be my friend. She was kind, sweet, a great photographer, and had a hilarious and creative use of insults. She was quite perfect for Billy because she could easily handle his mood swings and help him through the tough times. 

This was an emotional book that I couldn’t put down. I highly recommend Laura Kaye if you are looking for contemporary romances with veterans that are very emotional and addicting. 

Trigger Warnings: PTSD, depression, suicidal thoughts, drug overdose mentioned

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Previous books and reviews for the series:

#1 Fighting for Everything

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