Undisputed by Aaron L. Speer

Blurb – 

Owen Gasnier is a gentleman even inside the Cage. As much of a gentleman as one can be having an undisputed record with every win by a knock out. People LOVE him.

Overworked barista Tegan Holland doesn’t know he exists. Not until ten minutes before her friend Fiona drags her to the biggest cage fight Sydney has ever seen.

By the time he heads back to his training camp in the States, she’ll never forget him. But should she let him forget her? He’s chasing his dream. He doesn’t have time for her. Does he?

For Owen, the hits just keep coming. Trash talking opponents, sensationalist media, and someone’s out to ruin him for good. He can’t put Tegan in the middle of it. Can he?

Soon, will any of it matter? Cause life has other plans, and NOTHING hits harder than life.


Our Reviews – 

Betsy – 

In Undisputed is not a cookie cutter romance novel but you certainly get all the feels. Owen and Tegan have a chemistry that can’t be denied. Even in the face of the worst, they can’t help but be drawn together. Tegan’s best friend Fiona or FiFi as she likes to be called is who I aspire to be when I grow up. She’s ballsy, sarcastic and a fireball. The characters are believable and well developed. The story itself keeps you engaged from the first page to the last and never moves too fast or two slow. I’ve read various MMA stories and this one stood up to even the best I’ve read. I can’t wait to see what else this series will bring us.

Misti – 

Full disclaimer, this is my first book by this author. Now after saying that I can honestly say it won’t be my last.

This book for me sucked me in from the first chapter and never let up. When an author can in one moment tick me off and then the next make me love him again. That to me is an author folks!!!

I’ve read a few MMA books and I have to say that what stuck out for me is that while yes this was a sports romance the author didn’t over do the sports jargon for me he told a beautiful story that definitely has made my top 5 reads for the year.


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