Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Book Review: 'Rider’s Kiss' by Anne Rainey


The author grabbed my attention with the unrequited love element that kept me interested right up until the end. I liked this one.
Victoria always had a mad crush on Rider, but he never seemed to notice her as anything other than his little sister’s best friend. He moved out of town for years, but a lovelorn Victoria never got over him. Now he is back in town and interested in a romantic relationship. Victoria isn’t sure of his real feelings and who could blame her.
This was an emotional story that put me through the wringer. I got all torn up about whether or not Rider was really falling for Victoria. I couldn’t decide how I felt about him. Did I love him or hate him? Well, I can tell you that I changed my mind a few times. Now, I loved Victoria. She was strong enough to speak up for herself even to the one guy she adored. I liked that she was comfortable with her self and that she held out for what she really wanted. I especially liked how she listened and forgave.
Rider’s Kiss was a quick sexy read that I enjoyed.

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