Friday, September 12, 2014

Knocked Out Review

Knocked Out 

by Ty Langston

Genre: Sports Romance

Tour Organizer: N K Author Services

See my review at the end of this post

Fresh out of Grad School, Hayley Monroe gets the chance of a lifetime when her boss gives her the opportunity to produce and host a reality series on finding MMA’s “Next Great Hope”.

Enter former MMA contender Evan Bates. His sudden re-appearance into the sport after a mysterious five year absence not only raises eyebrows, but also temps both in and out of the Octagon.

Can Hayley keep everything in check? Or will she be Knocked Out?

As a child, multi-published author Ty Langston loved to read about dragons and knights so much that one day, her grandmother told her to "just write about them."
So she did.
From that day forward, she never left home without her pen, a notebook, and some kind of music playing in the background. Her love of reading expanded from fantasy into science fiction, and eventually into paranormal romance and erotica.
She enjoys different works from George Martin, Anne McCaffrey, Stephen King, and Jackie Collins. But some of Ty's favorite writers are from the world of TV and film: namely, Tudors creator Michael Hirst, and the late John Hughes.
Ty has a certificate in Broadcast Journalism along with a degree in Business Administration. She is single and enjoys spending time with friends and family.
She can be reached via her website at

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Holy awesome! I'm a fan of boxing romances. Fighting romances. I love the Alpha fighter. Evan, well, he rocked. He was sexy, cocky but not a dick. Hayley though somewhat innocent, wasn't naive. She was a great soft contrast to the abrasive Evan. I think that this was a great short read. It doesn't drag you down in a bunch of details and really packs a punch in such a short amount of time. That's a good thing. It was a great story. I wonder if the author has thought to put any of the other guys into stories. I'd love to see more. This was a really good read. I would suggest it to anyone who loves a fighting romance!

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