Review: The Fighter by Kira Adams

The Fighter by Kira Adams
(A Foundation Novel #2)

Genres: Young Adult, Contemporary Romance

Junior year was supposed to be some of the best
times of his life. Instead, Jace Austin lost not only his
mother, but also his identical twin brother. After time to heal and grieve, Jace was able to confront his inner demons, and open himself up to love.

Senior year is shaping up to be more of the same; another day, another roller coaster. His father believes Jace is to blame for the deaths in their family; drinking himself numb. He can’t play the hero all the time, and one day soon Jace is going to come face to face with that reality—and let’s face it, it won’t be pretty.
   Kira Adams writes in such a personal and emotional way. I always get caught up in her books because I become so invested in her characters. I loved Peyton from Pieces of Me, the first book in this series. I was nervous about how I would react to Jace in The Fighter. But of course, Kira didn't let me down. This was a beautiful and bittersweet book that I'm so glad I read.

  Life is never perfect, and we aren't either. I feel like Kira Adams was able to capture that with Jace and his actions in The Fighter. His life is a very complex and complicated situation. I wouldn't want to imagine being in his shoes. I think Kira was able to capture the essence of Jace, his courage, his heart, with this book. I really enjoyed getting to know him better and watching the relationship between Jace and Peyton evolve.

  I absolutely adore this series. I relate to it so much, and I think a lot of other readers will too. There are so many emotions injected in this story, but I love it! If you love honest and raw books, you will love The Fighter!

**I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review with no compensation.

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