Review Making it Right by Margaret Madigan & Merissa McCain

Friday, November 20, 2015
Title: Making it Right 
Author: Margaret Madigan & Merissa McCain
Series: Tap Zone Series (Book 1)
Genre: Contemporary/MMA/Romance 
Publisher: M&M Publishing
Release Date: November 20, 2015
Rating:
Blurb/Synopsis:
Adrenaline junkie Nina Osborne never misses a hockey game or an MMA fight on TV. After the storage facility she owns is burglarized, one of her favorite MMA fighters, Drew “Juggernaut” Warner, shows up furious and blames her for his stuff being stolen. When Drew returns to apologize and clean up his storage unit, Nina parlays it into a first date and burgeoning relationship, which comes with an introduction to the exhilarating world of live MMA. 

Drew has no idea when he brings smart, sassy, and super-sexy Nina into his life that she’ll rock the foundations of his carefully planned-out career. But when she decides that law enforcement isn't doing enough to solve the burglary and takes the investigation into her own hands, protecting her jeopardizes his career. The smart thing to do would be to leave her be. Problem is, while he wasn’t looking Nina took a firm grip on his heart. 


Nina’s determined to make things right; however, her investigating leads her into to big trouble, forcing Drew to fight both inside the cage and out if he and Nina are to have any hope of a future together.

My Thoughts

WOW I was pleasantly surprised. These two ladies write so well together you will never realize that there is two voices writing. It was as if they were in sync which made for a fun and interesting read. I loved the characters as they are so multifaceted and real to life. Even the secondary characters jumped off the page. The undeniable attraction between Nina and Drew was so hot. The banter was LOL as I did this often throughout the whole book. Nina is a very strong and independant woman so when Drew enters her life due to circumstances that were not favorable the tension between the two is so thick at times you could cut it with a knife. Nina was not used to having someone tell her what to do and that did not go over well.
Drew had a future he was planning trying to rise to the top of the MMA Charts and School was not expecting to fall for the spitfire that Nina was but fall is what happened she entered his world and turned it upside down.
The world created was so vivid and description the characters were so well developed it was as though they were real to life flaws and all. I am looking forward to the next installment in the Tap Zone Series.


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