Could I please order a Brody for me???? ~ Daniella, Guilty Pleasures
The black sheep of Fallbrook is back . . . and he’s in for the surprise of his life.
Former bad boy, now-decorated Army Ranger Brody McBride is home and on a mission: Find the woman he never should have left behind and right the wrong he did eight years ago.
When the man she loved broke her heart and skipped town, Rain Evans picked up the pieces. But along with heartbreak, Brody left her something infinitely better than she could have imagined: two beautiful daughters. One she gave birth to, and the other she rescued from the woman who helped destroy her relationship with Brody.
Brody is shocked to discover he’s a father, and he’s more determined than ever to win back Rain and protect his girls. Can they rekindle the love they once shared and become the family they were always meant to be? Or will a danger from their past return and ruin everything?
Review copy provided for an honest review
I have never had a chance to read any other books by Jennifer Ryan and after reading this one I am going to dive headfirst into the rest of her books. Holy Moses Batman!!!! She throws things at you throughout the book that you honestly never see. So refreshing!!! I am so bored with the stories that I know the ending of from what seems like right at the beginning, or at least after the first chapter.
Brody McBride has a lot to figure out when he returns home. A huge mess he has helped cause and now needs to man up and do right. Rain Evans is a fantastic heroine. One of the best I have had the pleasure of reading about. She isn’t one who you can’t believe in and isn’t one who you want to throttle. Jennifer Ryan has paired/matched two incredible people in this story and I loved turning each page to find out how their lives are going.
I love books that allow me to be the fly on the wall to watch with a smile and also a frown when I want to smack people on the back of the head. Jennifer Ryan has created that within this story.
The female antithesis of Rain is truly nasty and you never have any reason to like her or try to. From the get-go Ms. Ryan lays out the groundwork of who is nice, nasty, neurotic and so on. For most there are no shades of grey, which suits me fine.
So happy I lucked in to this author for review.