Fighting For A Second Chance by Nikki Ash

Fighting For A Second Chance is the first book in the Fighting Series by Nikki Ash. I am going to be honest and say that I had never heard of this author before but i can also say that after reading this book, I’ll never forget her either.


So this story sees Liz an 18-year-old college student and her best friend Kayla go away on vacation to Miami before school starts. One night whilst away they fake ID it into a club and meet a group of friends, the leader, so to speak, being the love interest, Cooper. After a couple of drinks, the mood is high and they decide to go back to Liz’s hotel room. After 30 hours of lust and sex, they both walk away knowing its the wrong time.

However what they don’t plan on is a little thing called fate, fast forward 5 years and it’s not only memories that were made. Cooper is determined to win Liz’s heart any way he can after leaving her 5 years ago but will he succeed?

Well you’re just going to have to read the book. Ha!

I really enjoyed this book, it was a really sweet read. I liked Coopers character, he was hot and sensitive. You could tell he was willing to earn and work for Liz’s forgiveness and trust. Just the kind of qualities I like to see in a book boyfriend. I wasn’t much keen on Liz, i thought her to be a little bit sappy if I’m honest. She just seemed to go with the flow and i thought she could do with sticking up for herself a little more. That’s not to say she was a complete pushover but i felt that she needed a little oomph and persistence.

They’re chemistry is sweet but also hot. They, together have this kind of relationship that you know could last a lifetime. its lovely to read.

The secondary characters were very well-played out so that you know that they will get their own story and I’m really looking forward to reading that. 

I’d definitely recommend this book, giving it a 4 star rating and moving onto the second in the series.

Happy Reading 🙂



I love books. Books soothe me. Books are my escape from the day-to-day mundane. I'm very rarely without a book and my tbr pile is ever growing. I'm a single mother of twin boys and I live in Lincolnshire.

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