Review: Becoming a Legend by Sarah Robinson

Becoming A Legend by Sarah Robinson
Contemporary Romance, Standalone (but part of a series)
Release Date: December 13, 2016
From the author of Saving a Legend (“A deep and moving story about family, acceptance, and love.”—Katy Evans) comes another smoldering MMA romance featuring the Kavanagh brothers, the chiseled alpha males whose real legacy is love.

Kane Kavanagh has always had one goal: being the best mixed martial arts fighter alive. With the MMA National Championships in Las Vegas fast approaching, the man they call “Killer” has no intention of letting anyone or anything get in his way. Somehow, though, a feisty opponent has slipped beneath his guard—and stolen his heart. Fiery and passionate, Nora Hannigan is harder to pin down than any rival Kane has faced in the ring. And she isn’t afraid to tell Kane that she wants nothing to do with him.

With her best friend about to marry into the Kavanagh family, Nora has been resisting Kane’s shameless attempts at flirting for months. But after their undeniable chemistry finally takes over, leading to the hottest night of Nora’s life, she’s running scared. There’s a lot about her life Kane doesn’t know, and she won’t be responsible for ending his career. Now Kane’s out to prove that he’s ready for a commitment by winning her heart—and he’s never lost a fight.

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Adri’s Review:
As always I would like to thank Netgalley and Random House Loveswept for providing us with a copy of this book so that we could bring you this review.
I have been anxious for this book from the first book. I knew that when Kane finally found his match it was going to be explosive. I also knew it would be perfect when Sarah Robinson introduced us to Nora in the second book. As I mentioned to Sarah Robinson in her Facebook group I have never hated a character before like I hated Nora’s mom. That woman only brought down such a great woman. Secondly I loved the protectiveness that Kane had when it came to Nora. He was willing to do anything to keep her safe and protected. I am both sad and happy that we have gotten this book, sad because it is over but happy because that means we now get a chance to see what happens with the two remaining Kavanagh brothers.
I give this book 5 knockout kisses…
Happy Reading.. Adri

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