DEFYING THE ODDS KELE MOON PDF

Editorial Reviews. Review. LOVED every moment of it! ~ Maryse, Maryse’s Book Blog Defying the Odds (Battered Hearts Book 1) – Kindle edition by Kele Moon. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. : Defying the Odds (Battered Hearts) (Volume 1) (): Kele Moon: Books. kele moon defying the odds Melody Dylan escaped her abusive husband. Broke, she ended up in Garnet and got a job waiting tables. She may.

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Everything changes when a new waitress at the local diner buys him a piece of pie on Thanksgiving. It was a short book and I read it fairly quickly. Melody thinks things couldn’t get better only to turn a corner and find Justin there for her.

Sorry but I just couldn’t finish this book. Kele Moon, Laurann Dohner Narrated by: Melody DylanClay Powers. Jillian Macie, Roger Wayne Length: Another victim of my must-read-books-with-fighters-for-a-challenge. But one night when Melody’s car won’t start moln Clay is still in the parking lot, they realize they have a chemistry they can’t deny.

I took off half a star because view spoiler [ I wanted just a little more from the mooon I want an epilogue showing Clay and Melody married and happy, though you know they will be See 2 questions about Defying the Odds….

Clay is the defending heavyweight UFC championship iele and is training for a fight but, he is most interested in the sweet, shy little waitress from Hal’s Diner. I happened to fall upon a review for The Viper also by Kele Moon and was intrigued. We have Melody Andrews a new waitress at Hal’s Diner!

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defyihg Overall, I enjoyed this book. The witty banter of their relationship is fun to read. People in his hometown keep their distance and Clay is fine with that. So take a walk on the wild side with the bad boys of MMA!! This story is very different from the Eden series, but, in it’s own way, it is just as great a read!

What a boring book. One Thanksgiving, he is perfectly content to be eating by himself at Garnet’s own, Hal’s Diner, when a new waitress decides that he looks lonely and attempts to cheer him up with a slice of pumpkin pie. He lives with Jules Conner and Wyatt Conner.

Refresh and try again. I am not saying it was the best thing I ever read, no it was just really, really hot at times. This book was refreshing in the sense that the two main characters don’t really play any games.

I was feeling for a fighter romance and this wasn’t it. I mean, the whole purpose of it is getting aroused – at least that’s what I thought.

Defying the Odds (Battered Hearts, #1) by Kele Moon

The writing was repetitive and and I know they’re southern but I felt like Moon felt the need to prove it with all the “y’all”s and the “ya”s instead of “you” and so many other things. Everything changes when a new waitress at the local diner buys him a piece of pie on Thanksgiving. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. There was a phase, about 4 years ago, where readers would claim books like this had too many themes that were overdone a surly guy who’s a famous UFC fighter happens upon a down-and-out waitress who is running from her abusive ex-husband.

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She’s just the good hearted girl who would give you the shirt of her back if she could. If Clay had a female equivalent, it would be Melody.

Defying the Odds By Kele Moon

Luckily for me, Melody didn’t stay that long. Did even expect it.

Everything changes when a new waitress at the local diner buys him a piece of pie on thanksgiving. Defying the Odds was smutty good. I was feeling for a fighter romance and this wasn’t it. Refresh and try again. And I like even though Melody was abused by her ex-husband, keke doesn’t hold it against all men.

That doesn’t feel very natural or realistic. This book just fell flat for me. Did I like the book?