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Worth Fighting For by [Moseley, Kirsty]
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Kirsty Moseley brings us the heart-pounding sequel to Fighting to be Free.

Sometimes in life you have to walk away . . .

Leaving Jamie Cole was the hardest thing Ellie Pearce ever had to do. Somehow, she moved on. She made a new life in a new city with a new man. So when a family tragedy calls Ellie back home, she believes all her old feelings for Jamie - the hunger, the heat, the heartbreak - are safely behind her. But the second she lays eyes on him, the intensity of their connection is as strong as ever.

Sometimes you stay and fight . . .

Jamie knows pain. He's felt it fighting in the streets, and he felt it fighting to survive in prison. Yet nothing he's experienced has been as painful as the day Ellie left - until the moment she came back. This time Jamie is determined to hold on to Ellie forever. But as much as she still loves him, she can't ignore the dark world he's now a part of. Jamie has enemies. Dangerous ones. And after seeing Jamie with Ellie, they know exactly how to take him out . . .

Praise for Fighting to be Free

'An epically beautiful love story that will have you compulsively turning the pages' RJ Prescott, USA Today bestselling author

'An utterly captivating read' Natasha Preston, NYT bestselling author

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 949 KB
  • Print Length: 352 pages
  • Publisher: Piatkus (6 December 2016)
  • Sold by: Hachette Book Group (AU)
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01FFZH41C
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #18,047 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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Perfect! Absolutely perfect! I love this author and the way she writes. Kirsty has a way of capturing you from the start. I’m not going to lie, this had been on my Kindle for about a week before I could bring myself to dive in because of that cliffhanger after book one. Once I started reading it, I couldn’t put it down. I stayed up way too late trying to finish before sleep finally overtook me. I quickly rushed my family out the door so I could finish it this morning. All I can say is I LOVED this book! The writing was great, the story flowed and you really felt for these characters and everything they go through. There were twists and turns and moments you wanted to step into the story and just comfort the characters.

I’m not going to go into details of the plot as I don’t want to give anything away, please read the blurb for that. The story picks up from the last book after some time has passed which I loved. I loved seeing how these characters developed and grew after everything that happened in book 1 and what happens to bring Jamie and Ellie back into each other’s life. Jamie’s character always puts a smile on my face. I love his corny lines and his love for Ellie.

This story was easy to love. I would highly recommend both books in this series. Great job, Kirsty!

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I was desperate to read this book! After Kirsty cruelly leaving us hanging at the end of “Fighting to be Free”, I NEEDED this book!

And yet again…. with Kirsty Moseley’s writing - I was not disappointed.

The book immediately picks back up, where FTBF finished.

Jamie is now the owner of several businesses - both legal and illegal. Ellie has travelled around the world, and not come home.

Trying to run away from the heartbreak she suffered at the hands of the love of her life, she decides to stay in London. Surely being in another country will cure her heartbreak…

However, one phone call changes Ellie’s life.

Forced to fly home to deal with a devastating tragedy, Ellie thinks she has moved forward and dealt with her heartbreak. How wrong she was.

Seeing Jamie for the first time in 3 years she quickly realises that her heart has refused to move on. Jamie is her ONE. But can she open herself up to the man who ruined her?

I have enjoyed this series, and was kind of sad to see it end. I love that the story is told from both Jamie and Ellie’s POV. I related to Ellie’s heartbreak and trying to work through her feelings of risking her heart for the man she loves.

This book is just another to add to Kirsty Moseley’s amazing writing. It has cemented my love of her work and keeps me excited to read more.

* Reading Tigress voluntarily reviewed an Advanced Reader Copy of this book *
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Holy moly, guacamole! If I could give this book more than 5 stars I would. I was provided with an advanced copy of this book from the author. As such I know that she wants spoiler free unbiased reviews.'s my attempt. I loved the story, the writing, the dual POV, the characters, and, I especially loved Jamie. I loved him more so in this book than the first, maybe because he'd matured, maybe because he was a littler meaner, yet still just as loveable. After all, we all love a bad boy. Me especially. The story had so many twists and turns, it was action packed, it was heart breaking, it was unforgettable. I loved the passion and I loved the fight behind the characters. What else can I say that hasn't been said in the synopsis without giving anything away? Nothing. The story too had me gripping the edge of my seat. An all round winner for me.
This is one of my favourite reads of 2016. Please note that this is is not a standalone and Fighting to Be Free should be read first.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Amazing end to an epic series I loved it! 6 December 2016
By Kim - Published on
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I have waited so long to read this book and the wait was so worth it! This was the perfect ending to Jamie and Ellie's story. Many tears were shed along the way! It's amazing and more than I could have ever hoped for !
This book is up there with my all time favourites!
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars 1 January 2017
By Cassandra Keech - Published on
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Loved it
5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome series!! 7 December 2016
By Wendy Livingstone - Published on
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After the massive cliff-hanger at the end of Fighting To Be Free, I could not wait to read this book. This storyline is packed full of betrayal, emotion, suspense, vengeance, plot twists, passion, angst, and most of all love. I never thought I would say this as I love all of Kirsty’s work, but in my opinion, this book is better than the first. This book pulls at the heartstrings.
Jamie and Ellie have moved on being apart, and their characters have grown tremendously. When they end up back in each other’s lives again, life becomes more than an existence.
Kirsty has done a brilliant job in writing this series, and a 5 star rating is not nearly enough to do this book any justice. Many congratulations and Happy Release Day Kirsty.
I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book!
4.0 out of 5 stars To love, and love again… 6 December 2016
By JG ~ Jezabell Girl & Friends - Published on
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We finally have an ending to what has got to have been one of the most emotional journeys through a romance novel. The ending of Fighting to Be Free left readers aghast as Ellie heads off into the sunset, without Jamie. The ending was so heartfelt and cruel as we witness Jamie pushing Ellie away from him and the beautiful bond they shared. Yes, they were young but Jamie had lived 10 years for every one of Ellie’s and that is where the magic between the two is formed. Jamie loves Ellie with all that he is and Ellie, despite her mother’s concerns, feels the same way, but sadly Jamie’s past is his future downfall and after being caught following his last boosting job, there was only one journey he would be taking, and that was somewhere Ellie couldn’t follow him to.

Worth Fighting For picks up their story 3 years later with Ellie now living in London. She is happy, or so she thinks. Jamie is all but a distant memory and she’s ready to commit to the man she now loves or does she? Toby is her current love interest and whilst he’s no Jamie, he is special in his own way. He adores Ellie and whilst living and working alongside each other, he sees a long and happy future together. That is until Ellie receives some painful news which brings about her return to the USA.

Jamie is immediately aware that Ellie will be returning home and having spent years numbing himself with work and illegal activities, sets about seeking her out. From a distance, he continues to watch her and despite knowing that she belongs to another, Jamie hopes to talk to her again but when he sees her across the airport, he knows that her current pain is too raw for him to inflict yet more suffering onto her.

***You’re my life, little girl.

Jamie, now a wealthy businessman thanks to Brett, decides to continue to look out for Ellie but whilst dealing with rival gang members at his club “Red”, he looks across the dance floor and sees Ellie. Ellie always was Jamie’s trigger and when he sees another man pawing over her, he reacts violently. What Jamie doesn’t foresee is that by reacting to her presence, he has unwittingly revealed his only weakness to his rivals.

Ellie is stunned to see Jamie and she reacts accordingly after seeing the boy she once loved, now a man but aged by unknown hardships. She knows that she has never stopped loving him but she also hates him for what he did to her. Despite her frustrations, Jamie and Ellie share their first kiss and it’s a kiss that joins their past to their present. Jamie is determined to win Ellie’s heart once again but with Toby in town, he must bide his time.

***This man in front of me was the reason I hadn’t come back home. I never wanted to look into those eyes again because then I’d have to find the strength to be without him all over again, and I wasn’t sure I could do it twice.

It’s not long before Jamie’s underground connections start to rise up against him and it's inevitable that Ellie will get caught in the crossfire. Jamie’s steps up Ellie's protection but with Mateo Salazar still on the run, the danger is ever present. Whilst Ellie is trying to bring her family back from the brink, Mateo plots in the shadows but will Jamie be able to save Ellie before it is too late?

This was another strong but emotional story from Kirsty Moseley. The story flowed perfectly from book 1 and I was one again immediately swept into the storyline. I did find some of the links between the US and the UK slightly confusing with vernacular being used too interchangeably which made me slightly confused. I also found some of the car references possibly too British for American street racing but maybe the folk in the US know who Petter Solberg is…. who knows! I expect some may find the dreaded “cheating” element a step too far in this story but with Ellie’s heart still belonging to Jamie, who was she really cheating with?

Definitely, a strong book to read and end 2016 with. Kirsty Moseley is an author that has a real talent for writing and for drawing readers into truly heartfelt scenes and this two-part series is definitely highly recommended.

***Team Jellie forever!

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5.0 out of 5 stars Great end to a really good duet :) 7 December 2016
By Claire F - Published on
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I've got to say I'm not a fan of cliffhangers so I'm glad we didn't have to wait too long for this book. I loved the first one and loved this just as much. I should also say that this wasn't what I'd call an awful cliffhanger compared to some I've read. It left it open for the events to come. I wasn't screaming at my kindle as I have done in the past lol.

This starts 3 years on from the events in the last book that drove the two young loves apart. Jaime and Ellie have moved on with their lives and Jaime has well and truly embraced his darker side but he begins to question his existence when Ellie comes back into his life. He finds some of the person he used to be when he was with her.

Both characters have grown a lot from the first book and I'm glad of that. Time has moved on and it wouldn't have been right if they'd been the same people they started out as. I've super enjoyed reading their journey through all the twists and turns it has taken. I felt that they actually needed the time apart to become the people they are now. Even though it annoyed me at the time lol.

I'm a big fan of Kirsty Moseley's books. I've read them all and I love her emotional style of writing that shows great characters that have their own flaws. That are three dimensional and easy to connect to and sympathise with. This book was no exception. It was emotional, romantic, suspenseful, a bit angsty but with plenty of feels. I eagerly devoured this in one sitting and was sucked straight in.

This book doesn't stand alone. You need to read fighting to be free first as this is a continuation of that and it really wouldn't make sense without it. It's no great hardship though as they're both great fantastic reads that I thoroughly enjoyed.

I loved this and would definitely recommend it.