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Drawn to Fight: Zac & Evie: New Adult, Standalone Fighter Romance by [Anderson, Lilliana]
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New Adult fighter romance

Zac Rivers. A boy no one wanted to know. Always angry. Always fighting his way in and out of trouble. It was no surprise when he was expelled from school and never heard from again.

Until now.

I found him at the Londonderry Brawl, and I watched him fight like an animal. Strong. Controlled. But desperate. I sensed in him a purpose – a need to win – and I wanted to know what was so important to him. The way he fought was mesmerising, and I couldn't take my eyes off him. Then, it was over, he'd won and I needed to leave.

He didn't want me to.

When his lips met mine, somehow, he stole my heart, and in that moment, I knew my world was forever changed. I needed to know this boy. I needed to discover all there was to know about him or I'd never be able to breathe again. No one thinks we should be together. They say his bad news.

Well, people say I'm bad news too.

Then, as fate would have it, I was forced to introduce him to my most fierce protector. A man whose past is riddled with secrets and mistakes; a man who fought his way from the darkness and into the light; a man called Damien – my father.

My name is Yvonne Rhodes, although, you may prefer to call me Evie. I'm the eldest daughter of Damien and Henrietta Rhodes. Inside me, I have my mother’s sense, and my father’s passion.

This is Zac's and my story. It's about needing someone to the point of obsession. It's about losing control, and finding a way to pick up the pieces when everything seems broken.

And it's about love. One that's so strong, nothing can stop it.

*Drawn to Fight is a series of standalone MMA Romance revolving around the lives and loves of the patrons of Fighting Fit, a mixed martial arts gym in Western Sydney, Australia, run by Damien and Henrietta Rhodes from the Drawn Series.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2904 KB
  • Print Length: 282 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: LA Romance (8 February 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00TD1HUAU
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #80,436 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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By BK Baines TOP 500 REVIEWER on 8 September 2015
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Wow what an amazing story, this is the first I've read from this author and I must admit I usually stay clear of new adult ones as I find them a bit immature for my liking but this one absolutely blew my mind. The characters had such depth for the young age of 18 that I found them inspiring.
While I found the first few chapters a bit slow at the beginning , it later became clear that they were necessary for the whole of the story. This book was one that I couldn't put down and it's been a while since I've read one like that. A few unexpected things along the way made it anything but predictable and I loved that. This was a freebie when I got it but would be worth paying for!!!!!
Being an Australian myself it was great to get all the references and language, what a fantastic Australian author and one I'll be reading again!
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By Vicki TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 10 February 2015
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Lilliana is BRILLIANT. I loved that Damien and Etta's story didn't end with Damien and Etta. Lilliana's a strong wonderful person and so professional even through a family tragedy she still delivered on her promise to release her wonderful stories. If I was made to choose to pimp only one author it would be this wonderful Author. If you haven't read her books and are reading this review to sway you. READ THIS WOMANS BOOKS.
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By Karen's Book Haven TOP 100 REVIEWER on 13 February 2015
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I have read all three books in the Drawn series and was really conflicted by both the Redemption and Obsession books. I didn’t know which way to jump but after much staring at the ceiling after finishing the books, Redemption won out.
I was thrilled to hear that this book was going to follow the Redemption line because I knew it would have updates on Henrietta and Damien, Evie’s parents.
First off, have to say, there are so many stories within this one book. Lilliana has written books that make it hard for me to review because I don’t know where to start!
One might be lead to believe that’s it about Zac and Evie but there are so many sub-characters that learn and show love – it’s just divine. Lilliana has weaved a beautiful tale of love in so many forms. I love the catch up time with Henrietta and Damien and her parents. I loved the sub plot of Damien’s brothers and sisters and really enjoyed the lead into Hugo and Meg. There’s so much going on in this book, you will feel like you have read five books in one.
What I liked about Zac is despite having some qualities of Damien, he’s nothing like him. Damien did his fighting to keep his headmiles in check, Zac does it because he has a family depending on him. He’s mature beyond his years and has a lot of responsibility resting on his young shoulders.
I’m a huge fan of new age romances and this one left me with the warm and fuzzies. Couldn’t stop laughing at the pop culture references and the romance is hot and sexy but still very loving.
I let out of a huge ‘ohhhhh’ when Aaron made a cameo. Again, so glad Redemption was the line that was followed for this tale.
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Another page turner from Lilliana Anderson.
This is a spinoff from the Drawn Series and the first in the Drawn To Fight Series, featuring Evie Rhodes; Damien and Henriettaâ(tm)s daughter.
Evie has a chance meeting with Zac Rivers when she sneaks out of the house to check out an amateur underground fight. They used to go to high school together, until he left suddenly and inexplicably.
Zac is doing the only thing he knows how - fighting - to keep his siblings together, after both their parents abandoned them. The last thing he wants to do is drag Evie into his mess, but he is drawn, irresistibly to her.
Evie is my kind of chick. She knows how to take care of herself and doesnâ(tm)t care about all the rubbish people sometimes sling at her. She knows who the important people are and sheâ(tm)s willing to fight for them and their love.
The author does a great job of getting into the headspace of a teenager. Evie is learning to grow from a teenager who can be selfish at times, to a mature responsible woman. The relationship she has with her family, particularly her parents, is one to aspire to, but not overly idealistic.
My heart broke for Zac who fights just as hard, but he has so much against him. He thinks he has to do it all on his own. He is so protective and selfless itâ(tm)s impossible not to love him.
I was biting my fingernails in more than one part of this story. The author had me gasping and yelling NO, more than once.
Itâ(tm)s a brilliant story from an author I greatly respect. She knows how to deliver a gripping tale.
Who wants to learn Aikido?
Awesome work. 5 stars.
ARC given in return for honest review.
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5.0 out of 5 stars LOVED IT 9 February 2015
By Books and Boys - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Drawn to Fight: Zac & Evie by Lilliana Anderson. The story of Zac and Evie is the first installment of the Drawn to Fight series by Lillian Anderson. The story of Zac and Evie is a HEA and can be read as a standalone. The point of view switches between the two main characters, Zac and Evie.

Zac has lived a life and endured things that no 18 year old should be faced with. He is fighting to keep his 4 younger brothers and sisters together after his mom and stepfather take off. However, raising 4 kids is hard and expensive. After years of taking beatings from his stepfather, the only way that Zac knows to get the money that he needs is to literally fight.

Evie comes from a long line of fighters and she is no different, she loves her families training gym and has been training her whole life in aikido. She is finishing her final year of high school and like Zac, she has had to fight. Being the daughter of a tough tattoo artist who own a fighting studio and has served prison time is not easy. However, the face that Evie got mixed up with the wrong kind of guys during year 10 of her high school career made things even harder for her.

Evie knows Zac. She used to see him at school before he just disappeared one day.

Zac knows Evie. She has been the only one for him since the first time he laid eyes on her, only she never knew it.

When Evie’s love for MMA style fighting draws her to an illegal fight she is reconnected with Zac in a way that she never thought and he only imagined and their love for one another is beautiful and strong.

“…nothing works unless we’re together. The world doesn’t turn and the
sun doesn’t shine. Not for me. You are supposed to take care of me Zac.
We’re supposed to take care of each other.”

To be perfectly honest, my first thought before reading this book was “oh no, a fight book” and then “they are young, I hate that!” However, it didn’t take long before I was hooked and I fell in love with the characters. The story line was awesome, never a dull moment, and I really enjoyed Anderson’s writing style. My opinion of “fight” books has been changed forever and I am definitely looking forward to the next installment in the Drawn to Fight series.

Written by Amanda S. for Summer’s Book Blog.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A great love story 13 February 2015
By Karen's Book Haven - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
I have read all three books in the Drawn series and was really conflicted by both the Redemption and Obsession books. I didn’t know which way to jump but after much staring at the ceiling after finishing the books, Redemption won out.
I was thrilled to hear that this book was going to follow the Redemption line because I knew it would have updates on Henrietta and Damien, Evie’s parents.
First off, have to say, there are so many stories within this one book. Lilliana has written books that make it hard for me to review because I don’t know where to start!
One might be lead to believe that’s it about Zac and Evie but there are so many sub-characters that learn and show love – it’s just divine. Lilliana has weaved a beautiful tale of love in so many forms. I love the catch up time with Henrietta and Damien and her parents. I loved the sub plot of Damien’s brothers and sisters and really enjoyed the lead into Hugo and Meg. There’s so much going on in this book, you will feel like you have read five books in one.
What I liked about Zac is despite having some qualities of Damien, he’s nothing like him. Damien did his fighting to keep his headmiles in check, Zac does it because he has a family depending on him. He’s mature beyond his years and has a lot of responsibility resting on his young shoulders.
I’m a huge fan of new age romances and this one left me with the warm and fuzzies. Couldn’t stop laughing at the pop culture references and the romance is hot and sexy but still very loving.
I let out of a huge ‘ohhhhh’ when Aaron made a cameo. Again, so glad Redemption was the line that was followed for this tale. My only complaint – Aaron’s appearance was fleeting (and that’s not a bad thing, I’m just being nosey and wanted to know more about where he was with his life) and how the kids were going at school. I’d like to think that life has become better for them.
This can be read as a standalone but to make sense of the little references of Evie’s parents and their backgrounds, it’s best to read Drawn and then Drawn Redemption.
I was kindly provided with a free copy of this book from the author to provide an honest review. Receiving this book for free did not influence my opinion nor review.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars This series gets better and better! 10 February 2015
By The Book Fairy Reviews - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
YES!!! The series continues! I was so happy to see that Lilliana had decided to give us more of the Drawn series. I loved Damien and Etta. Now I am completely in love with Zac and Evie. True to the Drawn series we meet Evie, Etta and Damien's first daughter and let me tell you she is just as strong and stubborn as the both of them combined. Then we meet Zac beautiful on the inside and out. A man trying to keep his family together no matter the cost. He has been secretly admiring Evie for years, not knowing that he was on her radar. When they finally meet it is explosive!
This book is filled with pain, longing and a love that is so beautiful that it will burn through you e-readers. There is nothing worth having that you don;t have to fight for, Evie has learned that love as strong as the one she has for Zac is something worth the fight.
I hope that we get more of this beautiful series!
If you haven't a clue who Etta and Damien are then ladies you need to start from the beginning to meet them. This book can be read as a stand alone but the complete series will give more background on this amazing series.
4.0 out of 5 stars One of my favorite couples! 23 January 2016
By Cassandra Carpio - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
*Copy provided in exchange for an honest review.*

I absolutely loved this book!! I missed Lilliana’s writing so much! I am sad to admit that I haven’t read the series that sparked this spin-off series. But, I will read them one day!!
Anyway, I loved that we get both Zac’s and Evie’s POV’s. If anything makes me swoon is an amazing male POV. And that is exactly what I got out of this book. I am not ashamed to say that Zac was my favorite out of these two!
Zac takes up fighting in order to help his family out and his story completely broke my heart. He made me sob and wish I could do something to fix everything he was going through. His pain was raw and intense. He had to step up to the plate and grow up faster than normal. He is loyal and passionate towards those he loves and I can’t stress enough how much I respect him as a man and as a person.
Evie is a student in high school and has one of the best families I have read about to date. Their story line is so unique and the love they have for each other is palpable. I loved how she had the backbone to fight for what she wanted. She knew exactly what she wanted and wouldn’t settle for anything less. I loved her so much!
It’s mind-blowing that these two are only 18 years old. They are so mature for their age and I loved it!!! They are so supportive of each other and it killed me to see them struggle in their relationship. Because no matter how amazing a relationship is, there will always be life to deal with.
This is a New Adult romance so there are definitely some sexy scenes. Except, I was so invested that it wasn’t enough for me. I wanted more!!! But I am incredibly happy with what I got.
I saw some things coming but all in all, my heart still melted (or broke) when they happened. This book was hilarious and emotional. I was crying a lot over the characters and I can’t wait to cry more in the rest of the series!
5.0 out of 5 stars A young Damien and Henrietta love story. This not a dark read and has a great HEA. 10 February 2015
By Books2fashion - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
This is the story of Yvonne Rhoades, Evie. Damien and Henriettas daughter all grown up. Evie has the sense and goals as her mother but has the fire and passion as her father.

Evie is 18 and free to do what she wants. But she still lives under her fathers roof and has to do what he thinks is best for her. She has 4 siblings and the connection between them all is amazing and full of love. Damien and Henrietta both own the Akido gym that was her fathers growing up and is now called the Fighting Gym. Evie doesn't have much for friends at school since no one wants to risk hanging out with the girl whose dad went to prison for destroying a bar. And the fact that he owns a tattoo studio doesn't help her case any better.

Evie and her 2 friends, Sisley and Lucas head to Londonderry for a party. She met them at the gym where her father trains and her mother keeps the books at. As Evie is walking around checking the party out to find out about the fight club thing she has heard about. She stumbles on a stick and nicks her ankle a bit and it starts to bleed. She sorts it out and rights herself and then comes face to face with a guy she has seen before. He brushes his fingertips around the injured spot and a heat travels up her leg where he touches her. Then hes gone. Sisley questions Evie about him. People are following him so they go to check it out.

Winner is Zac 'Steel Fist' Rivers. All Zac can do is watch her in the crowd. When she is turning to leave he goes after her and does something totally out of his character...he kisses her. The both feel the connection between them.

Evie is face with a situation and its one that is going to really coz some friction. She has to ask her father to help train Zac to further his fighting. Damien wants nothing to do with it and tells Evie she isn't to have anything to do with him. But that doesn't stop her. She has asked her father many times to introduce MMA to the gym along with the Akido and the kick boxing.

Zac has a secret he cant let anyone know about. It seems he needs to win these fights! Its not just a hobby. He has to fight for the money he needs. It seems Zac has been dealt a bad hand and he is trying to take care of it all on his own.

What is the secret Zac is hiding? What is this feeling he has with hes with Evie? Where does Evie fit into this situation of his?

I loved the story. Zac reminds me of the young Damien years ago and Evie reminds me of Henrietta back when she was 18. Does Zac and Evie have the same kind of love the Damien and Henrietta have? Is it an obsession are they Drawn together as Damien and Henrietta were?

This can be read as a standalone. This is a strong story of love and romance. I cant wait to read more in the Drawn series. If you loved the Drawn series and a story of young love I recommend this book to read.