Fight For Her by Liz Plum Book Resume:
To all her peers, Scarlet Tucker has it all: she’s beautiful, wealthy, and dating the star quarterback. But while Scarlet projects perfection to the outside world, behind closed doors she is haunted by the tragic and mysterious death of her beloved brother. Similarly, the school’s bad-in-all-the-wrong-ways boy, Elijah Black, carries the heavy loss of his own brother’s death on top of the swarm of unsavory rumors from his fellow classmates. From the outside, there’s no reason for their two worlds to ever intersect, but Elijah has a secret that could hold the key to Scarlet’s closure and also put her in grave danger. As the two grow closer, Elijah eventually lets her in to his hidden lifestyle: underground fighting. It is there Elijah’s secret begins to unravel and Scarlet finds herself faced with the true story behind her brother’s death as well as the imminent danger that goes along with being his kin. Scarlet and Elijah find themselves too deep, both in danger and in feelings for one another as it becomes clear that the only way they will make it out alive is if they stick together. Fight For Her has tones of John Hughes and Nicholas Sparks—where Scarlet and Elijah, two teenagers with different backgrounds find one another, and come to terms with lies that can no longer stay hidden...breaking both their worlds apart.