Battle Scars (Kingsman: The Secret Service)

Battle Scars (Kingsman: The Secret Service)

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Liz Preston has a gift of being able to get her out of tough situations with no problem. Ironically, ever since her dad died when she was three, Liz has been living in a tough situation with her mom being a lazy drunk in a small, dingy flat. Her mom constantly dating new men and always somehow going back to Johnson, a leader of a small gang, who has bad obsession with Liz. 

One night, Liz and her boyfriend, Eggsy Unwin, are very unfortunate when the two of them get into some trouble and wind up inches about from being thrown in jail. When the two of them are released by some gentleman, they find themselves thrown into a whole new world. The same world that their fathers had belonged to. 

Given a remarkable opportunity, Liz and Eggsy join in the running to become the next Kingsman, or as they call it, a spy. Becoming a Kingsman is no walk in the park. This is the most dangerous job interview ever. As dangerous as becoming a Kingsman may be, Liz feels as if she is exactly where she belongs. Surprising everyone when she nearly excels at every test they put her through, something that none of the them expected from a girl who has basically lived on the streets her whole life.

cover by: @sighstiles

CheyiAm CheyiAm Feb 10
Loving this so far- I really do love Kingsman so happy I found this, had to put starting one of the teen wolf books on hold
Scarlett_Fox826 Scarlett_Fox826 Dec 23, 2015
and those it look like I care woman? No,  no it does not so suggest you back off!
annabeth223 annabeth223 Sep 26, 2015
This reminds me of Isaac in teen wolf when his dad throws the glass at him and one of the shards land on his cheek.
                              
                              Except his cheek heals while her will look like a scar for days.
Nadraj_leo Nadraj_leo Aug 09, 2015
I love all ur books tbfh ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ They are pure genius... You are an amazing writer
sighstiles sighstiles Jul 08, 2015
I can't notably notice the difference in your writing as you grow as a writer. This sentence would've been so much different a year ago. I like it indeed. ☺️
elise1016 elise1016 Jul 01, 2015
I do! I'm so glad I saw the notification for this book. I haven't read any of your books for a long time, I think it's been a year actually