Tuesday, August 18, 2015

Review: Fearless (Pretty Smart Girls #2) by Shea Ross

Fearless (Entangled Embrace)


Every fighter has a weakness...

Devi Dalton won't let anyone hold her back. With the help of her friends, she's taken control of her future and traded her messed-up family life for a new job in Manhattan. Her only obstacle? Ben Winslow, the sexy friend she's desperately trying to resist. If she's going to succeed, she can't afford to be distracted, no matter how hot the chemistry burns between them.

Cage fighter Ben spent six months trying to convince Devi to take a chance on a relationship. Now that they've reunited in New York, he's not letting her push him away again. They're more than friends-always have been-and he'll do whatever it takes to prove it to her. First, he has a few demons of his own to slay...one of which could ruin his chances with her for forever.

But every fighter has a weakness. Ben's is Devi. And this time, she'll need more than just her favorite "Fearless Red" lipstick to protect her heart if she lets him in...

5-Stars Review

This is the second book in Pretty Smart Girls series but like book one can be read as stand alone novel. Where book one had more fun-and-games tone this is more on emotional side and even better read. It doesn't mean there is no fun involved as we know Ryan and Jett like their games and those often involve their friends too. It made me laugh on occasions. Ben and Devi are as amazing as I had expected. With their sad pasts and family baggage, they are perfect for each other. Ben knows that but it might take some time to convince "Fearless" Devi.

Devi is not from a family like Ben's and due to this she has many insecurities. She is afraid that he will judge her based on her family background hence she avoids him all summer. Ben has his own family drama to deal with. His mother and sisters depend too much on him ant things will be worse now that he is moving to New York. But it will be a good opportunity to rekindle romance with Devi. All they both need is to deal with their pasts and give eachother a chance.