Review: Fighting For You by Hazel St James

SYNOPSIS:Fighting For You

Tristan Hart is just getting started out in the world, when he is handed a severe blow that breaks down every barrier he has ever erected. What gets left behind is a twenty-four year old tortured soul, searching for the road to redemption.
Peyton Bauer is a natural born nurturer that wants nothing more than to care for those in her life. She carries her own past that she keeps carefully hidden from everyone. Peyton and Tristan are thrown together by fate and the attraction between them is instant.
Tristan sees his recovery as slow going, but even still, he is ignoring a part of himself that often times appears in his dreams. Those dreams hold so much more than Tristan is willing to acknowledge and it holds him back.
Tristan and Peyton struggle to find a happy medium for themselves as the relationship heats up. Tristan is left with a difficult decision that he doesn’t want to make.
How far will they go to hang on to something doomed to fail? Will Tristan’s life make strides in the right direction, or does his lack of foresight cause his world to come crumbling down?


This book was so confusing to my emotions that I am still processing them. I don’t really know how I feel. The beginning of the book has me nodding and going okay, what am I getting myself into? The story progress and I learn about Tristan but it isn’t enough, I want to know more. Why does he act like this, what about the dreams, what about his mother, what about his father? The endless questions that I still want an answer for!

Then there is Peyton, I want to know about her just as much, the yearning for answers is why I really kept reading. I wanted to know the answers to my questions and everytime I had received and answer, I was greeted with another question. I want to know what happens. The ending was killer and I want to know why?! Why did Tristan have to be that way! So frustrated in a good way, I am off to book two to find my answers!

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