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Sick Heart: A Dark MMA Fighter Romance Kindle Edition
- ASIN : B091B75DRX
- Publisher : Science Future Press (28 March 2021)
- Language : English
- File size : 1756 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 542 pages
- Page numbers source ISBN : 1950232638
- Best Sellers Rank: 2,130 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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First off, I found this story really well written. I am no professional I just enjoy a good story. Too many stories seem to forget to tie in all the little loose ends once the main storyline takes over, however Sick Heart didn’t leave me questioning “so what happened to...?” For instance Bexxie, although not everything ends happily I’m glad it wasn’t just forgotten about.
Secondly I want to applaud JA Huss for writing stories everyone else seems to scared to, either out of denial, ignorance or fear. It’s such an icky subject but the sickness is real even though Sick Heart is a work of fiction. There’s no polite way to talk about child trafficking and obviously if you’d rather be in denial and believe sickness like that doesn’t exist then you’ll find this book dark.
However it’s not really. It’s a story of survival, love, trust, hope, and never giving up to create your own happily ever after.
This story is as tactfully written as could be for two warriors with a past only filled with darkness. And although it’s full of darkness and sickness it’s only implied, you don’t actually read any non consensual scenes or the likes of.
Still tread with caution if you can’t handle confronting topics.
However If you’re someone who knows nothing is ever what it seems in this strange world of ours then you might just love this piece of fiction as much as I do.
I thought this story was well told.
Top reviews from other countries
The settings are something I've not come across before, but the fight setting, and the location of the training camp are well described and easy to imagine. As always, it's easy to get lost in the world JA Huss has built. It's all so believable. We get to know the characters in their silent world's on that training camp.
This was a difficult read at times. The characters had difficult situations to deal with. They live in a world that is horrific. But they had inner strength - they survived their circumstances. There's lots of tension, and a twist to the story.
Read this if you dare. And be mindful of the warnings. Suspend the real world, and dive into a world where the insanely rich are sick, evil and don't fear consequences of their actions.
There are some very bleak moments, and some very horrific moments. There are evil, sick men who are abusive and cruel; however, the strength, courage and honour among their young slaves is magical.
This is not a book for the faint hearted, but if you take the plunge you will discover a compelling read with a touching love story that shines a light in the darkest of corners
I cried so many times and I felt sick at times to!
But I couldn’t stop reading it, I don’t think I will ever read one like this again but I do have to congratulate the Author on a very well written and a very hard story to write! You have my respect...