To fight for your future, you must unlock the cage of your past.
Grace MacIntyre knows struggle. It’s second nature. What she doesn’t know is hope.
After her father died, it fell on her shoulders to provide for her younger sister and sick, illegal immigrant mother. Chasing dreams is an unaffordable luxury when you get the hell beat out of you for money to support your family.
However, fate has big plans for Grace. Will she be able to let go of the past long enough to get out of the underground fighting ring and make it in the UFC? Or will she allow her past to haunt her, and her guilt to bury her along with her dreams?
This isn’t your average love story. Sometimes, the princess saves the prince. And sometimes, the best person to choose to love is yourself.
I was Not expecting this to be the emotional read that it was! Grace is a fighter in more ways than one. She fights for her life, for her family, to put food on the table and most of all she fights to survive. She fights for her future and for her past. She is surrounded by people who both depend on her and support her. During this book she is in a journey to become a UFC fighter. In this journey she becomes friends with several people who she connects with very strongly emotional. They learn from each other in an amazing way. It’s like they found each other when they really needed each other the most and were able to lean on each other and learn from each other. The connections she shared were strong and life changing for her. I loved this book and truly enjoyed every character. I look forward to reading more books by this author.