Saturday, March 29, 2014

Southpaw (South Boys #1.5) by Raen Smith

My Review of:

Southpaw (South Boys #1.5)
by Raen Smith 

rating 4 of 5 stars
status Read from March 19 to 21, 2014
format ebook
Southpaw (A South Boys Novella)review  For plain clarity and logic this book should have come before 'Southbound Surrender', but I can see why it did not.

'The Dude' is his nickname/fight name but only in the cage/ring. Kelly has a driving desire/need to fight and he is very good at what he does. This need grows in hi and may be the barrier to love. 

Kelly has an understanding of what drives him and works to keep it from affect those close to him and even his new interest. With this new relationship he learns to accept himself for who he is.

Smith provides a recounting of a young man's journey to understanding and acceptance of himself and love from others. Her words on the page provides clarity and understanding of the struggle he goes through. Kelly's POV makes the big difference in the story line.

Thank you, Net Galley.

I am not a professional reviewer.  These are just my personal opinions.

*This was a free read in exchange for an honest review for the author and/or the publisher.