Going Down Fighting
Ty Covington likes to keep things as uncomplicated as possible. By day, all that matters to him is his horse and winning in the rodeo ring. At night, all he wants is a deliciously hot, no-strings affair with his rival, Kenzie Malone. Then everything changes in one heart-stopping split second.
The accident should have killed both Ty and his horse. Instead, they’re both on the road to a hard recovery—but only thanks to Kenzie’s family connections and fortune. Which means he owes her. He owes a woman who is both everything he despises and his deepest desire. As need—hungry and demanding—takes them both over, Ty knows that this time, uncomplicated isn’t an option. And this cowboy always pays his debts…
This is sadly the last book in the Covington Brothers series. I really enjoyed all three books, including this last book.
While I was and still am huge fan of Cade, I must say this was my favorite book of them all.
After Ty and his horse get injured in a rodeo, thinks look really grim for him. He barley came away with his life in the accident and now is still recovering from it and it is a slow and painful progress.
He hates being seen like that and mostly hides in the house, while he is relying on his brothers and their wife and fiancé to do everything for him. He has a hard time recovering and often gets angry and bitter at anyone surrounding him.
The last thing on his mind is romance, let alone a relationship since he always was a player.
That is where Kenzie comes into play, who is also in the rodeo circuit.
Kenzie and Ty have known each other for a while and they always were kind of friends with benefits after rodeos. But she would it like to be more.
Kenzie helps Ty and his horse after the accident and takes care of the final burden, being heir that is not problem for her, but it does turn into one when she has to lie about things.
The story is very compelling and well written. It will make you laugh, cry and swoon. Or at least that was the case for me. It is heartwarming but yet heart breaking to see them deal with their feelings and with their pasts that still haunts them.
I loved both characters, both of them stubborn, yet funny and supportive.
Overall I really like this book and the overall ending for the Covington family. It was a great ending.
I rate it at 5 ★
*I received a free copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. Thank you!
Will be available February 23rd 2016