“You can’t fight love, Harley.”
He raised his fists. I prepared myself. It hurt. Life went on.
Harley’s childhood was never filled with enchanting fairy tales or magical stories like most children's. No, her childhood was filled with beatings and bruises. At age sixteen, her life is still the same. It's only when she watches her mother almost beaten to death that she snaps completely. Harley promises her mother that she will protect her, that she will learn to fight so that she never has to go through the same thing again. But when Harley’s mother is brutally murdered and the man responsible is put behind bars, she realises that her promise came too late. Her reality has always been led by tragedy but her world is tipped upside down and further torn to pieces when she is thrown into a new life with a foster family. It is only then that she can truly learn to fight. And fight she does, but it soon starts to control her. She turns to the streets where she can practice on people willing, earning money for her brutal behavior and fabricating a reputation to be feared. She lost a struggle to her father long ago, but she is determined to get her final fight and win a war that has been raging inside of her since childhood. She has a fighting chance and she isn't letting it go like she did her promise.
But will her final fight be a battle against her heart?