When your world crashes down...
When they all say you’re out...
When your body is broken...
I will rise.
I will return.
And I will be undefeated.
Nick Renshaw is the golden boy of British rugby. When a serious injury threatens his career, he starts to spiral downwards, a broken man.
Feeling abandoned and betrayed by those closest to him, he fights to restart his life. Maybe there’s someone out there who can help him. Maybe he can find his way back toward the light. Maybe … not.
Dr. Anna Scott might be the one person who can help Nick, but she has her own secrets. And when Nick’s past comes back to haunt them both, the enigmatic doctor is more vulnerable than she seems.
Broken and betrayed, the struggle to survive seems intolerable. Who will give in, and who will rise, undefeated?
I will rise... I will return..... An I will be undefeated
Firstly this cover, I love it, brilliant cover choice for this story.
Undefeated is a good story that I found myself completely immersed both with the plot and the characters.
Undefeated is based on the story of a Rugby player Nick Renshaw who on his way up the ladder to bigger and better times in his game gets knocked down through an injury and from there Nicks world Spiral's.
Anna Scott is a sports psychologist who has also had her fare share of bad luck and down times and has moved from the U.S to the UK and is hoping for her practice to also take off and get more clients. Anna is approached by Nick's team coach to work with Nick following his injury.
There's instant attraction for both when they first meet but professionalism and the fact Nick has a girlfriend quickly squash any romantic notions. The girlfriend though lets talk about her, I love it when there's a character you just love to hate and this ones called Molly, a stereotypical self absorbed wag. So you could say this book evoked feelings it certainly evoked a dislike or certain characters lol
Anna was there for Nick in crisis and both of them slowly entered into a relationship that was forbidden in there working relationship.
In summary; a good read without heavy angst or drama focusing on the characters and a moral in the story of positive thinking, determination and rising above negativity and going for your goals and dreams, whether this be sport, love life or however its applied.
Undefeated has it's hot moments and is told in third person dual pov.
I loved the northern English twang from Nick, it's so refreshing for a reader like myself who reads so many American romances to read something in her own lingo, loved it!
Arc gratefully received by author for review purposes
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