BLOG REVIEW : No Holds by TC Matson
November 3, 2017
I lost the championship.The contract.My dignity.I’ve been offered a second chance.I’m back with vengeance.Determined and focused.I’m going to win the championship.Just when I thought I had it all planned out, she walked into my brother’s anniversary party. She’s beautiful, exquisite, and has a smile that makes me weak. I need to make her mine. Now I’m not only fighting to win the championship, I’m also fighting to win her.
My life was on track…until him. He’s not my type—an adrenaline junkie who enjoys inflicting pain on others for sport. Tall and tattooed with piercing blue eyes, he’s too sexy to resist.I didn’t see him coming until he was already firmly entrenched in my life.Suddenly, I’m falling head over heels for a man I realize I can’t breathe without.We’re in for the fight of our lives.And we both have everything to lose.
I read so many Fighter novels and after reading the plot I was totally looking forward to this one. I had a certain idea on how a fighter needs to “feel” like for me to connect to him.
Ryker the male lead in No Holds by TC Matson unfortunately did not fit that description … at all. From the first page on he was different and to me he felt like he was missing depth.
There was supposed to be a background to him of lets call it darkness because of his losses but. That took already the backseat before it had a chance to appear because of his absolute instant love ? infatuation ? that already occurred before the reader had a chance to get a picture of that guy.
After that he only felt like a guy chasing a woman and oh yeah there was something about him being a fighter. So I guess you get that this book an me got off on a wrong foot and somehow we never came back together so I found myself even skimming pages to check if there was something getting me back into the plot.
Well I finished it and I am sure there will be many people out there loving it but even if I am the odd one out there I am not one of them. It is well written but the development of the plot was not one I liked.