web site hit counter The Perfect Right Hook - Ebooks PDF Online
Hot Best Seller

The Perfect Right Hook

Availability: Ready to download

ASIN B01MXW8HOY moved to the most recent edition here When she was a kid, Jordan’s parents enrolled her in boxing to learn how to defend herself against the bullies that picked on her because of her petite size. As a working adult, Jordan’s no longer facing bullies in the schoolyard, but still hangs onto boxing out of habit. When an enemy from her past shows up in a terrify ASIN B01MXW8HOY moved to the most recent edition here When she was a kid, Jordan’s parents enrolled her in boxing to learn how to defend herself against the bullies that picked on her because of her petite size. As a working adult, Jordan’s no longer facing bullies in the schoolyard, but still hangs onto boxing out of habit. When an enemy from her past shows up in a terrifying way, and is the only person that knows why she can’t remember the day before, Jordan has to do some deep soul searching to remember on her own, or face her enemy in the ring to be given the answers. Trying to learn the truth about her missing time, sends Jordan on a journey of self-discovery, learning she is more than just a boxer and a girl that works in IT. With the help of the beautiful and fascinating Alex, Jordan learns the many beauties and wonders in life she has been missing out on and starts to uncover clues to her missing day in her own memory. When she finally learns the truth about what happened to her, will she be able to survive it, or will it destroy her and the beautiful bond that forms between her and Alex?


Compare

ASIN B01MXW8HOY moved to the most recent edition here When she was a kid, Jordan’s parents enrolled her in boxing to learn how to defend herself against the bullies that picked on her because of her petite size. As a working adult, Jordan’s no longer facing bullies in the schoolyard, but still hangs onto boxing out of habit. When an enemy from her past shows up in a terrify ASIN B01MXW8HOY moved to the most recent edition here When she was a kid, Jordan’s parents enrolled her in boxing to learn how to defend herself against the bullies that picked on her because of her petite size. As a working adult, Jordan’s no longer facing bullies in the schoolyard, but still hangs onto boxing out of habit. When an enemy from her past shows up in a terrifying way, and is the only person that knows why she can’t remember the day before, Jordan has to do some deep soul searching to remember on her own, or face her enemy in the ring to be given the answers. Trying to learn the truth about her missing time, sends Jordan on a journey of self-discovery, learning she is more than just a boxer and a girl that works in IT. With the help of the beautiful and fascinating Alex, Jordan learns the many beauties and wonders in life she has been missing out on and starts to uncover clues to her missing day in her own memory. When she finally learns the truth about what happened to her, will she be able to survive it, or will it destroy her and the beautiful bond that forms between her and Alex?

30 review for The Perfect Right Hook

  1. 4 out of 5

    Lex Kent

    3 1/2 Stars. This book put me through the wringer, but ended up being a real feel good romance. I must admit I’m surprised and I expect most romance fans will enjoy this. This is free with Kindle Unlimited. There are a few editing misses, but you can count them on one hand so I’m not going to complain. To be perfectly honest I have a love/hate relationship with this book. It started a little oddly, but soon showed promise with a new relationship. Unfortunately, the book quickly went downhill for 3 1/2 Stars. This book put me through the wringer, but ended up being a real feel good romance. I must admit I’m surprised and I expect most romance fans will enjoy this. This is free with Kindle Unlimited. There are a few editing misses, but you can count them on one hand so I’m not going to complain. To be perfectly honest I have a love/hate relationship with this book. It started a little oddly, but soon showed promise with a new relationship. Unfortunately, the book quickly went downhill for me. The book became about dreams, including the awake kind, and learning how to use your imagination… basically the story got weird on me. The little book ADD Devil that sits on my shoulder started whispering DNF in my ear. But I could tell something was coming. I could feel the possibility of a big twist and I wanted to know what it could be. So I kept on reading and yes there was a big twist! I was way wrong on my guessing of what it could be. I think it’s all the sci-fi I read had my imagination running wild, so I was far off, but I still loved the twist. At the 50% mark, the twist hits and the whole story changes. All of a sudden I started to love the book. The romance was the real feel good kind and the sex scenes were steamy and different. Different in a good way, not the same sex scenes we read all the time. The book just totally turned around for the better. I have a feeling romance fans will enjoy this. Yes there is some slogging to get through, but once the 50% mark hits, bam this is a new book and worth the read. I’m actually surprised none of the bigger lesfic publishers have tried to pick this book up. I could see with a little editing of some of the slow parts, in the beginning, this could be a book that does really well.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Ted

    Loved it. I did not see it coming though, the thing that happens halfway through. Again with the good feels though. Sucks. I only have 1 more book of hers to read. Grumble.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Sascha Broich

    Starting with a disturbing, mysterious interaction, the story pans out into a typical day at work, takes some unreal feeling interactions and gives a real plot twist halfway through. After that it becomes rather mushy and ends in a sappy finale. This book is mostly about internally working out what you want in your life, even if it let's you scratch your head sometimes. PS: My major complaint is the missing "of" in the phrase "a couple of" throughout the author's work. Even if Merriam-Webster says Starting with a disturbing, mysterious interaction, the story pans out into a typical day at work, takes some unreal feeling interactions and gives a real plot twist halfway through. After that it becomes rather mushy and ends in a sappy finale. This book is mostly about internally working out what you want in your life, even if it let's you scratch your head sometimes. PS: My major complaint is the missing "of" in the phrase "a couple of" throughout the author's work. Even if Merriam-Webster says it's ok.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Joc

    I like surprises and this was the perfect right hook. I didn't expect much from it because I think the cover is pretty lame but as I started reading it seemed okay. Then around the 25% mark I started getting a bit tired of the constant mutual admiration society. "Oh, you're so clever." "No, you're so clever." Bleugh. But I kept reading because I find it very difficult to abandon a book even if it's absolutely terrible, and this one wasn't. And anyway you expect people who are falling in love to I like surprises and this was the perfect right hook. I didn't expect much from it because I think the cover is pretty lame but as I started reading it seemed okay. Then around the 25% mark I started getting a bit tired of the constant mutual admiration society. "Oh, you're so clever." "No, you're so clever." Bleugh. But I kept reading because I find it very difficult to abandon a book even if it's absolutely terrible, and this one wasn't. And anyway you expect people who are falling in love to be a little sappy. I am so pleased I continued. This ended up being a really good read. Jordan and Alex were great characters and the supporting cast were good too.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Kristin

    I really loved this book! It’s not just a great romance, but a very deep psychological and emotional journey of the main character trying to understand herself and her place in the world. The main characters determination to break thru her turmoil is extremely inspiring. The author really made you feel like you were right there with the main characters experiencing everything along with them. Not only could I feel myself being drawn into the book but it made me stop and think about my life exper I really loved this book! It’s not just a great romance, but a very deep psychological and emotional journey of the main character trying to understand herself and her place in the world. The main characters determination to break thru her turmoil is extremely inspiring. The author really made you feel like you were right there with the main characters experiencing everything along with them. Not only could I feel myself being drawn into the book but it made me stop and think about my life experiences along with her. Love how the romance and relationship of the two in love was built on such a strong foundation.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Heather Henkel

    Cool story I thought that the way the story was told was ready well done and I liked both halves of the book. This was a story that basically had fated lovers so it stretched my imagination some, but still a good read.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Jen

    A genre-defying success 📍 “Face life with an iron fist, but have a heart as soft as a flower petal and you will be just fine.” + • + • + • + Its unique & captivating storyline, spectacular in its complexity, fluidity & intensity creates a very compelling & entertaining book. With a nice flowing effortless progression, engaging narrative incorporating such formidably vulnerable & passionately flawed characters made it an easy read. Continuing with a good, entertaining story with interesting characte A genre-defying success 📍 “Face life with an iron fist, but have a heart as soft as a flower petal and you will be just fine.” + • + • + • + Its unique & captivating storyline, spectacular in its complexity, fluidity & intensity creates a very compelling & entertaining book. With a nice flowing effortless progression, engaging narrative incorporating such formidably vulnerable & passionately flawed characters made it an easy read. Continuing with a good, entertaining story with interesting characters & hot sex scenes extremely well written… your only thought is—What's gonna come next?

  8. 4 out of 5

    DR

    The author had me going right up to the point Alex made Jordan look at herself in the mirror. An insightful piece of work. I would call the conversations between Jordan and Alex a study in mindfulness; of being, doing, saying. Heady stuff. But coming out of a coma after three months? That was a twist; an effective twist. I enjoyed the characters the respect for the boxing and hospital communities and supporting family. The writing was smooth and I could see the farmer's market and the gardens th The author had me going right up to the point Alex made Jordan look at herself in the mirror. An insightful piece of work. I would call the conversations between Jordan and Alex a study in mindfulness; of being, doing, saying. Heady stuff. But coming out of a coma after three months? That was a twist; an effective twist. I enjoyed the characters the respect for the boxing and hospital communities and supporting family. The writing was smooth and I could see the farmer's market and the gardens the characters visited. I couldn't put it down and had to finish it before I went to bed; so it was an all nighter.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Susan

    Amazing! This is a very well written tale with well developed characters and an engrossing storyline. Do you believe a coma patient can hear their loved ones talking to them? Can a person fall in love while in a coma? This book explores these ideas. I highly recommend this book be placed on your must-read list!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Arani

    My favorite so far from this author Just read it. It's worth it. While I've never been a huge fan of elements of this writing style, (present tense, with only one perspective) this book was really well done. I actually felt that no other writing style would have done this story justice. My favorite so far from this author Just read it. It's worth it. While I've never been a huge fan of elements of this writing style, (present tense, with only one perspective) this book was really well done. I actually felt that no other writing style would have done this story justice.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Margie J. Shine

    Great story Would have given it 5 stars had it not been for editing errors. Not as bad as many I’ve seen but there were still obvious errors, such as signing pots instead of singing pots.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Jeff

    Wonderful story I love the way Amy build her characters they make me want to laugh and cry. I was very shock when Jordon came out of her coma and who Alex turn out to be.

  13. 4 out of 5

    An Utl

    At first, I thought it would be an office love storyline but was impressed with the twist.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Tawanna L

    Good read Love this book and I can't say it enough, this book is the best, it made me , laugh and just call in love. Good read Love this book and I can't say it enough, this book is the best, it made me , laugh and just call in love.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Rolande Vien

  16. 5 out of 5

    Renae J Standen

  17. 5 out of 5

    Judith

  18. 5 out of 5

    Timothy

  19. 4 out of 5

    Jo reece

  20. 5 out of 5

    Susan Pruitt

  21. 5 out of 5

    Jeannot Giguere

  22. 4 out of 5

    Najla

  23. 4 out of 5

    Megan Goodall

  24. 4 out of 5

    Catherine Bruce

  25. 5 out of 5

    Angela M Lyons

  26. 4 out of 5

    Deborah S. Lawson

  27. 4 out of 5

    Stephen Kirsten

  28. 4 out of 5

    Ratana

  29. 5 out of 5

    Rachel

  30. 4 out of 5

    Alex

Add a review

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Loading...
We use cookies to give you the best online experience. By using our website you agree to our use of cookies in accordance with our cookie policy.