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10 thoughts on “The Cruiserweight

  1. says:

    Slick, smooth, easy read set in the world of wrestling An unlikely romance between sport journalist Karen and her idol wrester Brett Gritty, yet traditional romantics need not be put off by the wrestling theme, the romance it there ten fold Sexy, sassy and fast paced Enjoy.

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    Reviewed as part of the One Hundred Romances projectL Anne Carrington has created a book which doesn t fit well into standard categories Part romance, part action, and a whole lot of wrestling, the story is told from the perspective of Brett Kerrigan, a rough and tumble cruiserweight wrestler whose main job, it seems, is to get beaten up by bigger stars Brett catches the eye of Karen Montgomery, a sport reporter who sees something special in the tough guy This is clearly a world Carrington knows well, and she brings in a wealth of details which will surely fascinate wrestling fans.I m not a wrestling fan, but I imagine that true fans would enjoy the gritty action The problem I have with The Cruiserweight is not the wrestling, but the stilted treatment of the characters We are repeatedly told that Brett is not like the other wrestlers, even in the midst of yet another sex scene with yet another willing and compliant woman He cares, we are told, even as he succumbs to the oral expertise of yet another buxom and panting fan There is nothing wrong with a good sex scene or two or three, but none of the sex scenes are particularly good It felt at times as if Carrington was eager to keep the attention of her male readers with scenes that were overly explicit and far from romantic.Once Brett and Karen are actually dating, the author settles down and lets them behave naturally toward each other, so the books ends on a better note that it starts The ending is satisfying, if not incredibly surprising All in all, this is a book suited to wrestling fans than romance fans.

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  5. says:

    L.Anne Carrington has managed to create a fantastic world of wrestling in her book The Cruiserweight, which is very readable indeed.

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    Superb writing Novel and wholly engaging topic.

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The Cruiserweight summary pdf The Cruiserweight , summary chapter 2 The Cruiserweight , sparknotes The Cruiserweight , The Cruiserweight 45d98c6 In This Punchy, Romantic Take On The Wrestling World Where Only Some Of The Physical Contact Takes Place In The Ring, Sports Journalist Karen Montgomery Has Been Following For Years The Career Of Brett Kerrigan, One Of The Smallest Cruiserweight Wrestlers In The Business, And Can Recall In Detail Every Bout He Has Ever Fought, Recognising His Outstanding Skills As A Wrestler And His Intuitive Flair For Entertaining The CrowdShe Has Even Written An Award Winning Article About Him Now She Desperately Wants To Meet HimOne Night, After Many Failed Attempts To Reach Him, She Looks Up To Find Him Standing Right There In Front Of Her They Get Talking And They Immediately Hit It OffHowever, As They Become Involved And Grow Ever Closer, Brett Loses His Contract And Must Strike Out On His Own Will Their Relationship Survive The Pressures On Both Of Them, Their Differences In Ages, And The Other Women In Brett S Life Or Will One Of Them Decide They Are Not The Ideal Tag Team After All

  • Paperback
  • 308 pages
  • The Cruiserweight
  • L. Anne Carrington
  • English
  • 08 July 2019
  • 2940011915925

About the Author: L. Anne Carrington

L Anne Carrington is a sports fiction bestselling author and freelance writer journalist whose previous work covered topics from fiction to news stories, human interest features, and entertainment reviews She wrote The Wrestling Babe Internet column for seven years, a former music reviewer for Indie Music Stop, former book reviewer for Free Press an imprint of Simon and Schuster , and penned ot