How do you expect a change so huge it rocks you to your core?How do you prepare yourself for an event that will alter your life forever?One breath
One day at a time, you learn to live with your unexpected reality.
This book was seriously unexpected in both good and not so good ways.
First I want to say that Kaylee Ryan deserves really MAD PROPS for taking the whole small world cliche and making tiny as heck without it being ridiculous. The twists in this book as to who was who and what was what most definitely gave new meaning to the phrases small world and seven degrees of separation. As this story unfolded, their world became minuscule and the degrees of separation were almost zero! But it worked. It felt right. The events that unfolded where purposeful and in direct correlation to what the ultimate purpose of the story was to be. In short, everything that happened had a reason and it all made sense.
This was a deeply emotional story. It was driven more by the emotions of the situations than the situations themselves. This is not a light-hearted read but it is very heart-warming. It’s true to life and very believable and relatable. The circumstances in the story are not outside the realm of possibility for anyone and, in my opinion, were handled spectacularly!
There’s only a small minor negative point I’d like to bring up. One of Ridge’s characterizations was his sex appeal. He oozed predatory alpha male but yet the actual sexual encounters in the book were very closed door and far and few in between. This isn’t me trying to say the book didn’t have enough sex. This is me saying the male lead was characterized in a sexual cloak that didn’t deliver….for me.
Copy provided for blog tour review
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Ryan has had a passion for reading since she was a little girl. That passion
has slowly led to spinning romantic tales, and a one-click addiction. When she
doesn’t have her nose stuck in her kindle or fingers glued to the keyboard, you
can find Kaylee hanging out with friends and family. She loves all genres of
music, and enjoys scrapbooking. She lives in Ohio with her husband (her real life
happily ever after) and their rambunctious little boy.