Rock bottom has built way more champions than privilege ever has.
Blaire, an underachieving college student with zero prospects and a ton of issues (hey, being the less-successful twin of a gorgeous supermodel would totally do that to you) needs something from Ty.
Mixed Martial artist Ty, a soon-to-be Welterweight champion of the Xtreme Warrior League and the hottest guy in the Bay Area, wants something from Blaire.
But Ty has a secret.
And Blaire can barely even handle his truths.
Life is about to throw a few knockout punches at both of them. Can they handle the pain?
This review is going to be quick and to the point.
ABSOLUTELY LOVE THEM!!!!
So, reading Tyed, which I think must have been her debut novel, was a bit of a let down. But that’s just me, coming from devouring Sparrow and Vicious, and going backwards just doesn’t’ work for me. The same happened to me with Marianna Zappata, I ADORED her last 3 books, not so much her older novels.
So, this is really no criticism to her work, it’s just a case of preference.
What I LOVED about Tyed was the location. It played in the BayArea. Which I thought was very neat!
Blaire and Ty were young, a bit immature, and so full of drama.
I really liked that Blaire was a tomboy and the very opposite of her glamorous model sister. She was a Converse wearing cool gal. Blunt, direct and not afraid at all to go nose to nose with an MMA fighter.
Ty, a guy working his way up to a champion MMA fighter, had to overcome quite a few obstacles to get there, some decisions were questionable but he did what had to be done.
Those two met and SPARKS flew!
It was a cute and entertaining novel until we got to the part when accusations and quick judgments took the fun out of it. I understood were the issues came from, I just would have liked Blaire to be a bit more mature and not believing everything she was told. Have some faith in your man.
I would consider this a YA novel, which would go with the impulsiveness and the amount of boy drama.
Other than that, there was nothing really WRONG with this novel.