Misadventures in the Cage (Misadventures) by Sarah Robinson

So far it’s actually good…

Book Review:

**Spoilers? There’s a possibility that it will be a lot!!!

I can say I liked this one way better than the Firefighter one. I finish this one fast. I can say like one-two days.

With that being said, I would like to point out that I understood both Callan and Josie’s parts on the breakup. But I was not too fond of the fact that Josie thought it was okay for her to up and leave Callan on the day of the fight between her brother (Xavier) and Callan. But when he does it (well technically; he didn’t want to break up only wanted to do long distance even though he didn’t want to). It was her pushing him (Callan) away again. Like this was so typical for her when it came to him. She blamed him the second time around, forgetting Michelle pregnant. Like it was ridiculous because, for one, she left him when he didn’t want her too. & plus Josie knew that Michelle and Callan weren’t in a serious relationship. It was only, but there careers.

Plus, you could tell Callan didn’t want no Michelle. She wasn’t right for him. Especially how she reacted to certain things. Though she wanted something more with him. I was glad when Josie came to her senses and realized when she got that offer for a television show in California that she made mistakes. With running away from her feelings and not telling Callan how she felt about him. When the whole time, he proves to her how he felt about her. Even when he had to stay in California when he learned about Michelle being pregnant by him, you could tell that he got her pregnant during the time both he and Michelle was drunk. A lot of times, that happens to people (in real life I know to people in my family that happened to 🤣).

But like I was saying, I was glad she came to her senses and went to work things out with Callan when she moved to California. Because she knew she still had a feeling for him and vise versa. Plus, it was good that she accepted his daughter Alice by the model Michele. Not only that, she (Josie) ended up pregnant in the end with Callan, son. That was also good for them both, plus getting married. Though she asked him; not only that her (Josie) and Michelle worked things out with each other for the sake of Alice…

Btw: But I still can’t get over the fact that they bonded over burying a sex doll in the desert.🤣

P.S. Though, I was wondering what her race was being the author was saying something down the line like “creamy brown skin”, “dark brown skin.” I’m like he’s (Callan) is Irish, what in the world is Josie?… I was okay. She not black, but maybe she’s a Kim Kardarisan skin color, I reckon, I mean someone who’s not white are those who have brown or dark skin.. unless you, get yourself a tan...

Paperback, 300 pages
Published February 4th, 2020 by Waterhouse Press LLC
ISBN: 1642632104 (ISBN13: 9781642632101)
  • Misadventures in the Cage



Book Description:

Callan Walsh kicks ass. In fact, he’s famous for it. As one of the brightest up-and-coming stars on the MMA scene, he’s an absolute beast in the cage…and out. Everything he’s trained for has brought him to this moment. Going toe-to-toe with reigning champ Xavier Gray will make or break his career. Nothing can distract him from his lifelong goal. Nothing. Until he meets…his opponent’s little sister.

Josie Gray is hell on wheels, gorgeous AF, and has a mouth that doesn’t stop. The reluctant reality-television star is every man’s dream, but she’s about to become Callan’s nightmare. Tired of being in her brother’s fight-club entourage, Josie desperately desires her own life out of the limelight. Her loyalty to family keeps her tangled in faux fame, but what she feels for Callan is the realest thing she’s ever known.

Sparks fly when Callan comes to Josie’s rescue, leading to an all-consuming fire after a single night together. Forever is right at their fingertips, if only everything—and everyone—wasn’t working to keep them apart. Will Callan and Josie fight through family ties to come out on top? Or are they both caged into lives they never wanted?

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