Review: Fight for Me by Hayden Braeburn

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Review: Fight for Me by Hayden Braeburn

Cassidy Everett planned on nursing her brother’s protector back to health and moving on, but when an old foe resurfaces, her plans change. Quickly.

Dylan Black may have been shot saving Mason Everett’s life, but that doesn’t mean he can’t protect his own–-and Cassidy is his whether or not she wants to admit it. His injuries don’t matter; all that matters is keeping his Cassie safe.

When the threats towards Cassidy turn lethal, will the fight to survive bring Cassidy and Dylan together or tear them apart?

Title: Fight For Me
Author: Hayden Braeburn
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Dance with Me
Series: The Everetts of Tyler
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Dance with Me
Published by Self
Source: Author
Published: November 6, 2012
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Pages: 143
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Stars: five-stars

Fight for Me (

By: Hayden Braeburn (author website)

eBook, 165 pages
Published November 6th 2012 by Hayden Braeburn

Source: Author, for the purpose of an honest review

Genre: Contemporary Romance

Series: The Everetts of Tyler, book #2

5 stars

4 flames


Cassidy Everett rounded the corner just as Dylan Black came down the hall, his bandaged chest bare, his hair wet from a shower. Dammit, she had to get him into some clothes—she was getting entirely too used to a half-dressed man in her house. She had the fleeting thought of licking him all over before she pushed it aside and chose a more suitable greeting. She was supposed to be taking care of him, helping him heal, getting him back on his feet, not waking up in sweaty sheets after hot and heavy dreams revolving around his long, muscled body. She shook her head, sending her ponytail swishing behind her, and pasted on a smile. “Morning. How are you feeling today?” There, that sounded reasonable.

“Besides the fact that I can barely take care of myself, I’m fine,” he said, sweeping his left arm down towards shorts that chose that moment to slip.

Oh Lord. His shorts were barely hanging on, and she was torn between helping him by pulling them up or helping herself by pulling them down. She gave herself a mental kick. Get a hold of yourself, Everett. She swallowed and took a step toward him, one hand out, hoping her blatant hunger wasn’t telegraphed on her face. Dylan caught the runaway shorts with his left hand, but not before revealing enough for her heart to speed, thumping loudly in her ears.

His golden eyes heated as he held on the waistband. “Can you help?”

She bit her lip as she contemplated just pulling his shorts down and having her wicked way with him. The fire in his eyes told her he knew exactly what she was thinking. With trembling fingers, Cassidy tied his drawstring, yet couldn’t bring herself to tear her hands away from his body.


I started and finished reading this immediately after I was done with, Dance with Me, the first book in the series. Fight, continues where Dance left off. But it can be read as a stand-alone, but much better if you read it first.

Cassie and Dylan heat things up right from the very first page. You can’t help but love them together. An attorney and ex-marine/bounty hunter, who just wants to love and protect her. As things between them get hotter, so does the danger. Someone is out to hurt Cassie, and Dylan will let nothing  or no one get to her.

Hayden draws you in right from the first page, and keeps you guessing on who the villain is. I must say I never saw it coming. Usually you can figure out who, but Hayden did such a great job that it keeps you wondering. When he is revealed you are like, NO WAY!

I am now impatiently awaiting the release of the next book in the series.


Hayden Braeburn


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