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My Man Michael (SBC Fighters, Book 4)
by Lori Foster

Published: 2009-01-27
Mass Market Paperback : 352 pages
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Knocked out in one world, he'll take on another. On the verge of a title shot match, fighter Michael “Mallet” Manchester is injured in a car accident. And just as quickly as his career was taking off, it's over. Then Kaylie Raine appears, offering him a second chance at becoming whole. Even ...
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Knocked out in one world, he'll take on another. On the verge of a title shot match, fighter Michael “Mallet” Manchester is injured in a car accident. And just as quickly as his career was taking off, it's over. Then Kaylie Raine appears, offering him a second chance at becoming whole. Even though Mallet thinks it's the pain medication talking, he accepts her challenge. And on an extraordinary journey with Kaylie, he'll get a chance to fight again-to save the woman who has saved him.

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CHAPTER ONE

“Morning brought the sounds of muted footsteps, soft chatter, and the rattling of trays and machines. Life disturbed the quiet that had settled over the hospital during the long night. Unshaven, sullen, bordering on depressed - though he’d never admit it - Mallet shifted, and winced in pain. ... view entire excerpt...

Discussion Questions

Michael is rugged and straight forward, but he is willing to listen to Kaylie's crazy proposal. How does this acceptance highlight Michael's personality?

What are the biggest challenges Michael faces internally when he discovers that women take care of men in the future? Why?

There are many stereotypes of fighters or jocks as being “dumb”, how does Michael disprove this stereotype in the book?

At what point did Kaylie realize that she needed Michael as much as he needed her?

Notes From the Author to the Bookclub

I have been a fan of mixed martial arts fighting for many years. I've met the fighters and many of them are down-to-earth, nice guys. There's a code of honor with these guys that sparked my interest in turning them into heroes for my books.

We all love that feeling of being protected and safe and these guys, though sometimes a bit rough around the edges, can give that.

When readers pick up one of my books I want them to feel a sense of adventure and romance. I also want them to see that fighters can still be lovers, especially with the help of a good heroine!

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