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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Kee Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Defying the Odds by Kele Moon. A MMA Romance When struggling waitress Melody Dylan gives a handsome, lonely stranger a kelw gift she has no clue her life is about to mooh a drastic turn.
People in his hometown keep their distance and Clay is fine with that. Everythi A MMA Romance When struggling waitress Melody Dylan gives a handsome, lonely stranger a simple gift she has no clue her life is about to take a kee turn.
Everything changes when a new waitress at the local diner buys him a piece of pie on Thanksgiving. Melody is running from her past and the small, country town of Garnet is the perfect hiding place.
Finding love in the most unlikely of places, the passion is undeniable, but Clay and Melody know their haunted pasts and unpredictable futures leave the odds stacked against them. Kindle Editionpages. Published March 15th first published December 20th Melody DylanClay Powers.
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I thoroughly enjoyed this emotional, endearing, fun, and heartfelt story. The cast of characters were multidimensional, engaging, and fantastically quirky.
The hero and heroine were adorkable! View all 57 comments. This is the book that starts it all Star Crossed Book Three: Crossing devying Line Untamed Hearts Series: The Viper the only one I didn’t love Book Two: The Slayer Book Three: The Enforcer Original Review: I find myself in an odd situation here I have no idea why, but oddly enough I’m actually glad it went that way because this book turned out to be my least favorite in the series. I still liked it, but I actually think having read the two books following it made me like this one more because I went in knowing–and appreciating– a lot more about the characters.
So imagine if Ffree had read it first This book was refreshing in the sense that the two main characters don’t really play any games. They like each other right away and they kind of let each other know that right away; however, there is a lack of depth to this story that is not present in books two and three. In short, I hope this book doesn’t deter anyone from continuing with the series, because book 3 is worth defyint all by itself IMO.
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Defying the Odds is the love story of a gruff heavyweight UFC champion with abandonment issues and a struggling waitress with an abusive ex-husband. Melody has no idea who Clay is, and what UFC is. She is working hard, trying to be strong, but also very tired. She is joon and overwrought.
Considering all these things and her dreadful past, it is defylng how open and chatty she is, and trusts in Clay immediately. Clay is lonely, gruff, and unsociable, lives only for the fight. He is idolized, bu Kee the Odds is the love story of a gruff heavyweight UFC champion with abandonment issues and a struggling waitress with an abusive ex-husband.
He is idolized, but without real relationships, except his two best friends, Wyatt and Jules. Melody and Clay both are lonely, and are about quitting the fight: Clay literally, from his career, Melody figuratively, from her fight of hiding, struggling, being strong.
Plot The beginning was nice. I enjoyed the elongated phase of longing for each other. But later everything was rushed, not only the events, but the emotions as well. Defyingg I felt I missed something, the descriptions were too long, and thoughts were repeated. The ending was great again, nicely frames the story. The story has its good features, but it is far from perfect. I enjoyed though the humorous scenes and witty dialogues, especially the ones with Wyatt.
My favorite quotes on Tumblr. View all 20 comments. Melody Dylan places a piece of pumpkin pie in sefying of a customer as a gift to him on Thanksgiving because she feels sorry for him eating alone.
Defying the Odds by Kele Moon
Divorced from her abusive husband Melody is trying to make a new life for herself waitressing in the small town of Garnet. Clay Powers hates pumpkin pie. But he’ll gag it all down so as to not embarrass the sweet, new waitress. This is such a gorgeous romance and I can’t think of anything in it to complain about. There were no hidden agendas, no misunder Melody Dylan places a piece of pumpkin pie in front of a customer as a gift to him on Thanksgiving because she feels sorry for him eating alone.
There were no hidden agendas, no misunderstandings. Just two very real, lovely and yet lonely people falling in love. And big surprise, well before they tumbled into the shower together they had come to know each other and were in love. The sex scenes are steamy, yet beautiful. These two sweet and damaged people are just right for each other.
There are some descriptions of violence and there is some crude talk, especially between Clay and his best friend Wyatt, the sheriff. This is to be expected though. Afterall, Clay is a thirty-three year-old, 6 feet 5 inches, lb UFC fighter. Defying the Odds is without a doubt one of the sweetest, yet hottest contemporary romances I’ve read in a while. The couple is adorable. Looking forward to the next instalment in the Battered Hearts series, perhaps with Wyatt or his sister Jules getting their happily-ever-after.
View all 40 comments. Here is the little black polka-dot dress Clay bought for Melody: View all 23 comments. For a lot of reasons. I read this because it’s been on my tbr list for what feels like forever, and many book friends of mine loved this one. I felt the characters could have been developed a lot more than they were, and the relationship was to instalovey for me, which led to me not being sold on their love. A friend told me not to judge the rest of the series based on this book, so I won’t and I will definitely try Moon’s other books.
View all 14 comments. I’m keeping this short because there are already so many awesome reviews out there. Defying the Odds is the first book in the Battered Hearts series and a very, very sweet story. In fact, it’s uncommonly sweet given that it’s also an extremely hot tale, and readers used to edgier erotica might miss that in with this story.
That said, I adored Clay and Melody and loved watching their relationship grow. Wyatt and Jules were also great, in an annoying family members kind of way.
I’m very much looking I’m keeping this short because there are already so many awesome reviews out there. I’m very much looking forward to the next book in the series!! Ladies and Gentlemen, in this corner we have