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Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Review – Something Worth Fighting For by Lena Matthews

Title: Something Worth Fighting For

Author: Lena Matthews

Publisher: Ellora's Cave

Buy Link: Buy Something Worth Fighting For Here!

Rating: You Want To Read

Reviewed by: Sarina Hermann


No good deed goes unpunished… And no one knows that better than Tisha Nichols, who, out of the kindness of her heart, agrees to style the hair of her nine-year-old neighbor Cami, so the little girl can look good for picture day. Unfortunately, Cami's adoptive Uncle is far from grateful. In fact he's down right livid…and far too attractive for Tisha's peace of mind.

Love thy neighbor… Is easier said than done, especially when the neighbor in question is a sexy little spitfire who gives even better than she gets. Although Jonah is not the type to say he's sorry, even he can admit when he's wrong. But the ongoing fight to win custody of Cami has made him cautious and mistrustful of people, even those as desirable as Tisha.

What starts as a misunderstanding turns out to be one of the best things to ever happen to them. Unfortunately, not everyone is as thrilled, and Jonah and Tisha must decide if their newly formed family is something worth fighting for.


This story is absolutely stunning! Tisha is your everyday loveable smartass, that makes you just want to laugh. I thought that she absolutely proved to everyone that no matter the sass, she can be positively the most beautiful and stunning person ever to have in your corner. I absolutely loved how straight forward and honest she was with everything. I also like that she's a beautician.

Uncle J.. Good lord knows that I would love to pounce and have him in a dark closet trussed like a Thanksgiving Turkey. I absolutely loved his I'm holier than thou attitude in the beginning, before it showed a more multi-structured person that you really just came to love. And we all know, that we wanted to kill Rashaunda for the problems she put the poor fellow and Cami through.

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