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Reviewed by Jennifer Ibiam for Readers' Favorite
Fight Knight by Alex Bahscot is an exciting romance that appeals to lovers of rom-com novels. In the book, the town’s mayor approached the Daily Voice newspaper for ideas that can help raise money for a playground. Roz, a columnist at the newspaper, suggested a boxing match for charity. She volunteered to face Nathan, her fiancé and a columnist at the rival newspaper named the Daily Standard. She had a lot to get off her chest, and chose a fistfight, unbeknownst to her betrothed. Nathan and Roz were celebrities loved by their huge fan bases, who anticipated a spectacular fight. Both of them also loved each other to bits. However, when one of the pair attends a fight with grudges in her heart, then we cannot predict the outcome.
Tom & Jerry and Rug Rats have got nothing on Roz and Nathan. I laughed so hard at their antics and also wondered how two people in love can be so hostile towards each other. Alex Bahscot brought his A-game to Fight Knight with his skilled storytelling and simple writing style. I loved Roz’s character a great deal because of how driven she was. Whatever she wants, she puts in the work to achieve it. This book also made me think about business rivals who are at loggerheads. Do they fight, or is it just a means to create some tension among loyalists, while cashing out behind the scenes? I enjoyed reading this book, which is a sequel to another book I love, and I can’t wait to get my hands on the next installment.