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Beat: #1 The Beat and The Pulse by [Cross, Amity]
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"If you are a fan of Katy Evans’ Real and Michelle Valentine’s Phenomenal X, then this definitely for you.” - Lucie Lu's Book Reviews
"DING DING DING – we have a winner!” - Karen's Book Haven
"Beat is Amity Cross' first fighter book but you would never know it. Beat nails it.” - Goodreads Reviewer
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Renee "Ren" Miller was five when her Dad left to go to the shops and never came back.
Left to grow up with a cancer riddled mother, things have never been easy for a teenager who had to be wise beyond her years. Then one day they lose the battle and she’s all alone.
Now twenty-two, Ren reluctantly goes to find her estranged father. He owns the down and out boxing studio, Beat, and Ren finds herself drawn to the ring. She thrives on learning a new way of fighting a life that kept kicking her down…instead of struggling against the current, she kicks it right between the legs.
Then one day, Ash Fuller, her Dad's star fighter comes back to town. Mysterious, handsome… Dangerous… Everything Ren doesn't need.
But he's got other ideas…
…and so does she.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2879 KB
  • Print Length: 293 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00O3Q1R4U
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #10 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)

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Beat is the first fighter book by Amity Cross in a new underground series. I adore her Rockstar books so I was desperate to read this.

Renee Miller is a dark, strong sassy woman whose been beaten down by a bad hand in life, with caring for a terminal parent alone she's never had much to enjoy. Fulfilling her mother's last wish she contacts her estranged father who own the Boxing Club BEAT and their begins her fresh start.
One day Ash Fuller comes stalking into her life at the dead of night literally. A toned, green eyed, huge god of a fighter. They both are drawn to each other but hidden truths, agendas and factors keep raining punches to keep them apart. Can they beat the odds against them to both come out prizes winners or will they both be left beaten, alone and damaged ringside watching what could've been theirs??

This book had me hooked from the first page and I need book 2 Pulse now!!!

A five star knock out!!!

**** I reviewed this book as a Kinky Book Klub reviewer ****
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This book is a Amity's first fighter book and I think she nailed it.
The story follows Ren, a young woman who has survived watching her mother fighting cancer for most of Ren's life. Once Ren's mum dies she goes looking for her father after promising her mum that she would.
This promise leads her to Beat where she sees her father for the first time since he left when Ren was only 5 years old. Beat is her father's fighting studio and it is here that she finds out why he left.
Ren gets involved in the fighting classes that are held at Beat and finds that she has a real liking for fighting.
Ash, Beat's past Golden Boy, returns to the studio after spending 4 years away. Ash and Ren share an instant dislike of each other which is just a form of protection for themselves.
Once they work out their differences things start to heat up at Beat.
I loved this book and am so looking forward to book 2, Pulse.
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Beat by Amity Cross
5 stars
DING DING DING – we have a winner!
I hate when a fantastic book ends – I hate it! I refuse to read teasers or chapters from the next book because that just adds to my pain. Enough of my complaining – let’s get to the goods! And this … this is a good book. No. It’s a fantastic book!
Oh Ms Cross – you have written the heroine of my dreams. I crave stories of strong willed, strong minded and users of strong words. From the first chapter, I was on Ren’s side. Whatever was thrown at her – I knew and was willing her to push through. This is the way fairy tales should be written. Tales of women who know what they want, take no prisoners and articulate what they want from their partner. Naturally, there’s a hero that matches Renee and they go toe to toe not just with the verbal sparring.
This is a book about growth. Renee has pretty much nothing. No family, no friends, no home, no idea of what to do with her life. The slaps in the face keep on coming for her when she’s literally housed in the storage cupboard at her father’s gym. I had an instant soft spot for this tough nut and her ‘make do with what you’ve got’ attitude. She’s not meek. She doesn’t expect the world but she won’t take an garbage either. She finally had a plan, what she didn’t plan on was Ash’s return.
Now to Ash. **sigh** the tortured and complicated soul of Ash. His nature and talents take up most of the book with his true story being revealed much later but it’s just beautiful how Renee’s able to break down his walls and get to know him – to help him – to love him for what he is. The only thing is, will she love him when she sees the true him?
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I loved Ash and Ren ESP Ren she is one bad ass heroine everything that was thrown at her and that she had to go through made her the strong kick ass chick she is today and Ash wow ALPHA male right there HAWT and who doesn't like a guy who protects what's his oh yeah this is a series so that ending was like please have the next one ready to go soon I'm signing up for that for sure Amity this is the second book I've read of yours and you are one talented author I adore that you wrote strong don't take no crap females they are a dying breed in the books these days so I salute you 5 strong Heroine stars!!!!!
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This is a brilliant first fighter book by Amity Cross. I fell in love with the main characters Ren & Ash right from the get go. Renee 'Ren' Miller is a lost spirit. After reconnecting with her long last dad she joins his world of fighters. In walks Ash Fuller. Number 1 who is no longer number 1. Together they make a wicked new release in Beat. Lots of raw attitude and a saucy main lead in Ren. Girls Rock
Can't wait for number 2.... Pulse
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Hot alpha male. Check. Strong female lead. Check. Characters broken and in need of mending. Check. MMA fighters. Check.

I have to say, I really quite enjoyed this. Read it in one sitting. Get out the tissues, sleeves or hands because you're going to need them, particularly for the beginning of this one. Or maybe not. I tend to cry at anything. But also be dazzled at a kick a*s female lead who maybe hard on the outside, but is definitely soft and broken on the inside.

Set in Melbourne, Australia (yay! An Aussie book!), Beat is the story of Renee "Ren" Miller and Ashley "Ash" Fuller. I truly felt for Ren - queue tissues, who had to grow up fast, to love and support the only and most important person in her world, her mother.

After years of fighting, her mother finally loses the battle and Ren's mothers final words was instructing Renee to look for her father. What's a girl to do who has no money, no place to live and not a soul in the world you cares for you? So, she does, finding her estranged father owns a boxing studio in inner city Melbourne.

My heart bleed for Ren. She just kept being dealt with blow after blow and she kept picking herself up. Drawn to the ring, she starts learning to fight and I loved that Ms Cross used this as an outlet for Ren - a way for her to deal with the constant beating that life was giving her, an outlet to let all that frustration and pain that Ren carried with her, and here in her father's boxing studio is where she meet the sexy, brooding, alpha ex-MMA fighter Ash.

I will warn you, in case it's not your thing, but there are some dark themes that run through beat. It's not really a heart and flowers type of book. Gritty, hard and dirty is more how I would describe it.
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