Blood and Glory - Book 3
Why does being bad feel so good?
Rich. Successful. Smoking hot. Cocky bastard Leandro Oliveira has it all, including the championship belt he’s been chasing for years. But he’s tired of what people say about him, and he’s eager to prove himself in the World Fighting Championship. What’s a visit to a strip club here, a threesome there? But the WFC’s president doesn’t like the negative press Leandro’s bad boy antics bring. Enter PR consultant Ashlynn Fields. She’s beautiful, smart, and would look fantastic spread out on Leandro’s bed.
One look at Leandro, and Ashlynn knows she’s got her work cut out for her. He’s everything his reputation promised and more. Even though she doesn’t fall for men like him, the more time they spend together, the harder it is to resist his charm. But with her job on the line, she refuses to be another notch on Leandro’s bedpost, even if he is the sexiest man she’s ever laid eyes on. As the chemistry between them turns explosive, it’s a battle of heads and hearts as they fight for a future neither knew they wanted.
This is a super sexy standalone enemies-to-lovers workplace romance. High heat, steamy banter and loads of fun. No cliffhanger—we promise!
Available in print, ebook, and audio
Republished April 2020
(Originally published with Simon & Schuster)
Dirty Boxing is a knock out!! A dirty reunited lovers story with tons of emotion and heat! - Molly O'Keefe, USA TODAY Bestselling Author
St. George and Wyatt have written a fast-paced romance filled with sizzling chemistry, which will have readers rooting for Jules and Nick to find their way back to each other. This novel will have broad appeal for readers of sexy contemporary romance, not just those who have an interest in MMA. - Library Journal (Dirty Boxing)
A heartfelt story of second chances… a satisfying blend of emotional drama and sizzling love scenes…Dirty Boxing embraces the swirl of confusing emotions that inundate its leads, using the turmoil to deepen their characters and complicate their relationship…The result is a romance with a happy ending that, in allowing for the work still to be done, feels all the more rewarding. - BookPage