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Riletta was dealt an awful blow at the end of Battler. Losing the one person that she thought could finally love her. Riletta was not going to give up. Despite being almost killed, she was determined to get her revenge. Jayce had been tasked with being her bodyguard, but there is more to him than meets the eye. Always defiant and strong willed, Riletta will get to the bottom of the mystery surrounding her life even if it kills her.
Battleground is a great conclusion to this story. The mystery and drama gave us a great story. I truly liked Riletta as a character. She was spunky and had a smart mouth. Drasko continued to tear at heart strings. I wanted to hate him, but I could not. I loved how the story turned out and that everyone got what they deserved. A good read.
“AN EPIC CONCLUSION TO A WONDERFUL DUET OF BOOKS” – Reading is Our Satisfaction
“Amazing ending!” – Reader Review
Riletta Kasonite started the book off with a bang and set the tone for her character. She definitely filled the “firecracker” moniker she was given in this book. A virtual outcast in her own family, she dug deep to survive and survive she did. Despite all that was thrown at her, she is a fighter. Tasked with infiltrating a tight knit tennis family to save her own skin or lose everything she holds dear, Riletta faces her fate head on.
Drasko Wolfe is a force to be reckoned with. He is a very talented tennis player and very sexy to boot. However, he has some demons of his own that he fights daily. His tennis victory ritual brings him and Riletta together. There is an undeniable attraction. However, will they be able to overcome all the secrets that they both keep locked away?
Battler is a great read. It has a great mystery surrounding why Riletta is treated the way she is by her family. There is drama, humor, and some hot and sexy tension. Drasko is a bit of an enigma. He is 100% alpha and not to be messed with. Trent was a bit harder to get a read on, but I really enjoyed his character. I couldn’t put this book down and the end gave me a “WHAT?” moment at the end. I can’t wait to read Battleground.