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Title: The Girl Worth Fighting For
Author: Julia Goda
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: November 14
Bruises fade.
A cut can be bandaged,
A broken bone healed.
But can a wounded heart mend?
 Deeply damaged by her father’s abandonment when she was fourteen years old, Rainey Miller has let the fear of getting hurt shape and trap her to the point she refuses to connect with people on a deeper level. She is popular and has friends, but her strict dating rules prevent anyone from the chance to touch her heart.
 Up and coming boxer, Logan Danvers, has his eyes set on the raven-haired beauty with the cerulean eyes. No matter how hard she tries to push him away, he will push back even harder.
Until she gives in.
Until she is his.
Because once he sets his eyes on what he wants, he doesn’t give up.
It’s who he is.
But what will he do when he realizes it’s not who he is but what he is that could cost him his chance with Rainey? Will he give up or will he find a way to make her realize she is The Girl Worth Fighting For?


4 out of 5 stars

This is the first book for me by this author and I enjoyed it a great deal. Ms Goda was able to create characters that stole my heart and enveloped me in their story.

Logan is a fighter, but also a lover. He volunteers at the children’s shelter where Rainey works. She is immediately aware of him and refuses to give him an ounce of her attention. She doesn't want anything to do with him going as far to be down-right rude to him in hopes of getting him to back off.

I so enjoyed watching Logan fight back and worm his way into Rainey’s heart. He was just the exact thing she needed to make her open up and find the love she deserved...especially at this time in her life.

A couple of things I wasn’t so crazy about were that it’s sort of a dual point of view story where we hear from Rainey in a first person way, but when Logan is telling his side, it’s done in third person. This got confusing for me and I wish she would have stayed with the same throughout the novel. I also knew early on what the major conflict would be between them though I’m not sure how the author could have had that conflict and not made it obvious. It just bothered me to know what was coming.

I really enjoyed this book and will definitely be reading more from Ms Goda soon.


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About the Author
Julia Goda is the self-published author of the Cedar Creek Series and The Girl Series, both of which have their first two novels published, but still have lots more to come.
Her novels touch on all kinds of different topics, but the things she tries to focus on no matter what are romance, strong women, alpha men, and overcoming emotional trauma.
When she’s not in her writing cave, spinning the tales that have been hounding her or editing (yes, she is also a professional editor,) she enjoys reading, drinking coffee, eating good food, and listening to rock music.
Her current home is Southern Alberta, Canada, where she lives close enough to the Rockies with her husband and two Labs to enjoy the beauty and excitement that is mountain living.
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