Unexpected Reality – Book Review

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Unexpected Reality

This book is a standalone and doesn’t relate to any other titles by Kaylee Ryan.

This book is one of those books that is hard to sum up in a nutshell without giving too much away. I think from the cover you will easily guess that a baby is involved, however the how’s, where’s and when’s are a really enjoyable part of the book and one I don’t wish to spoil for you.

This book is jammed packed with great characters, none more so than Ridge, Kendall (a paediatric nurse) and the friends that are all connected either through blood or bond. I laughed, cried and swooned. It really does cover every emotion. But the best thing about this book is the twists, turns and the real unexpected that totally blindside you.

This is a perfect easy read with loveable characters and a storyline that engages and flows. Kaylee Ryan was a new author to me; she isn’t now. Since reading this, I have read a further 2 of her older titles and the talent she has for a flowing storyline seems to feature in them all.

So although, as already mentioned, Unexpected Reality is a standalone, I really hope that Kaylee expands on it and features books for all the characters. They really are a loveable bunch and 1 couple in particular have my interest very much piqued.

A really enjoyable read.

 

 

 

Guest review contributed by Perusing Princesses. Along with their book reviews, this blog features monthly authors (and their books) in their spotlight section. Their website’s forecast is sunny and pink with a chance of glitter.

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