Book cover - No Limits - Author Lori Foster

No Limits

Author Lori Foster

  • Release Date: 2014-08-26
  • Genre: Contemporary
Our score: 4.5
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From 196 Ratings

No Limits Summary


No Limits - A surprise inheritance reunites a mixed martial arts fighter with the woman he's never forgotten in the first in a smoldering new series from New York Times bestselling author Lori Foster 

Cannon Colter is quintessential hero material: chiseled jawline, shredded body—the works. He's also the guy who rescued Yvette Sweeny from kidnappers, only to put an end to her romantic dreams. These days, she's older, smarter, determined to face whatever life throws her way. Even the prospect of sharing a house and business with Cannon. 

Cannon knew Yvette wanted him three years ago. But she was young—and some things are worth waiting for. Thrown together by her grandfather's legacy, he realizes how deep Yvette's scars really go, and how much danger lurks in their quiet town. As pent-up desire explodes between them, protecting her becomes the only fight that matters. And he'll break all the rules to do it….

No Limits Review


  • When is Armie's story coming out??

    3
    By KrystleL10
    I loved this story, it was good. Had me interested the whole entire way. But Armie drew me in an held me. Cannon I loved him, he was so sweet and dedicated and protective.. He was hot. But Armie has to have a story. He is not done here. And I am completely smitten with him and his reasons for pushing Marissa away so far. And he does it on purpose something happened between them and I am dying to know what it is. But about Cannon and Yvette, they fit good; even though they had some set backs on both sides they fit and it went the way I thought it would, with both of them realizing the past is just that and that they both grew up now they have a good finish. But is Armie getting a story? I hope he is.
  • Love Cannon!

    5
    By Stanhop3234
    4.5* I have loved all of Lori Foster's book and this one did not disappoint. I'm not a fight fan and I don't read a lot of MMA romance books but I've been waiting for this series since "Getting Rowdy" when we first met Cannon. I read all of Ms. Foster's Fight series and loved it. "Causing Havoc was my favorite book, love Dean "Havoc" Connor! When he was mentioned in "Dash of Peril" I might of squealed...I was alone so no one will tell on me. Cannon Colter is such a hot alpha male and I loved everything about him. Yvette Sweeny suffered a lot of tragedy and grief in her life. She has loved Cannon since she was 16 years old and she did everything to get his attention. What she didn't know is that she had it. Cannon knew he couldn't act on his feelings for she was to young. Yvette left Ohio three years ago. Since her grandfathers death she back and determined to show Cannon that she a different and stronger person then years ago. Cannon can now act on his feelings, but he's in for the fight of his life. To make Yvette see she needs him just as much as he needs her. We are introduced to all the key players in the series and I can't wait for the next books.
  • Way too heavy handed for me

    2
    By Brittney Williams
    I love love love romance novels, especially with a strong alpha character, however there was something about Cannon from the very beginning, at the mention of Yvette, wanting to screw her bones so desperately that put my teeth on edge. He's a bit pushy into the realm of aggressive that made me unable to finish the story. I understand chasing a woman you want, but caging her against doors and counters and ignoring her saying no repeatedly is not an attractive quality. It had an undertone I couldn't ignore. The story was not for me but that's not to say the writing was bad, I commend anyone who can write a novel.
  • Heroine was a little weak, but Cannon and side characters stole the show. A great read!

    4
    By MsRomanticReads
    Overall, I liked Yvette's character, however my like/dislike of her kept going up and down. I assumed (incorrectly, I might add) that the trauma she'd survived three years ago might have made her skittish around men, abhor violence and make her avoid any romantic entanglements and even sex. The main barrier her character had to overcome throughout the story were mainly three other things: 1) she felt shame at being the center of attention and gossip, 2) she wanted Cannon to see her as any other woman and not as a victim and 3) not being able to climax during sex. I liked her quiet, gentle nature, and her modesty. I also liked her ability to confide in Cannon without trying too hard to keep certain things a secret. It was also funny to see all the guys make her blush with their blunt talk. Five or six chapters before the end, is when my disappointment set in. That far in, she was still questioning everything Cannon had told her (and let me say he made things crystal clear from the beginning), and she believed lies she was told about Cannon rather than trust in what she knew of him. It felt like Yvette hadn't made any progress. There was too much back and forth with her insecurities. Cannon was such a caring person, not only to his friends, but also to the people in town in general. Despite him being famous, he never put on airs about his success. After reuniting with Yvette, his single-minded focus on her wasn't of the creepy stalker type (that honor when to her ex). Cannon wasn't just looking to hook up with her, in fact, he didn't seem to mind the idea of making them more. I was actually surprised this hero was so up front, blunt, and honest about what he wanted. Don't expect a lot of juicy love scenes between these two (oral sex at the end of Ch11, and their first time having sex happened in Ch21). The torturous slow burn was a little frustrating, but it suited them. I enjoyed Cannon's confidence in being able to give her what she'd never had, and he was so sweet in fighting his urges to be what she needed. The suspense portion was a nice addition, and while I had suspected the identity of the vandal, the actual conclusion was a little surprising. I thought it would have been something more personal, directed at Yvette. The climax just lacked something I couldn't put my finger on. For me, the close camaraderie between all the guys and the set-ups between various side characters stole the show. Especially the crazy tension between Armie and Merissa, Cannon's sister. I also liked Vanity a lot and hope to see more of her in future stories. I can't wait to read the stories of the other couples. *eARC courtesy of the publisher for the purpose of an honest review.*
  • Not very impressed.....

    3
    By Sonushaf
    I've been a Lori Foster fan, and usually await her books like crazy, but this was a bit of a disappointment. Though her writing remains eloquent and her character depth is very thorough, she is getting very redundant....... It's almost the same with every book of hers lately. I wish she would give us something new and fresh, I know she has it in her, I'll just wait for it to come out. Overall OK.
  • Awesome read

    5
    By Joeygirl1980
    This was a great read. A must read. I just love all the guys in the books and can't wait for each if them to get their story. One book you can't put down.

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