Finally Found You

Carrie Ann Ryan
Finally Found You
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Carrie Ann Ryan
Release Date
June 2015
Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance

The moment Presley Mackenzie walks into her kitchen only to find her boyfriend in a sweaty encounter with another woman on her kitchen counter, she vows to give up men forever. Between her testosterone-heavy day job in the gaming world, her broken heart, and her need to grow into her own shoes, dating just isn't important.

Mason Sutton not only just got dumped by the woman he thought he'd spend the rest of his life with, but now he finds himself healing beside the woman his brother cheated on. He's spent his entire life living in his brother's shadow only to find himself wanting the one woman he can't have.

As Presley and Mason soothe each other's hurts, they find themselves falling for each other even as they fight it. But as they learn to forgive and fall in love, their pasts come back to haunt them and the future they thought they could have starts to crumble before it can take hold.

Book Review by debra taylor (reviewer)
Jun 24, 2015   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
192 people found the following review helpful
This was an amazing story that had me enthralled from the very first paragraph. I really loved it from beginning to end.

Carrie Ann Ryan's writing was excellent. The story was laid out in a way that transported me right into what was happening and made me feel so much. It began with a heartbreaking punch of an event that made my heart ache for Presley and Mason. It also had me totally disgusted with their respective exes.

Ms. Ryan masterfully created characters that are unforgettable. I loved these two endearing characters who could not have been more perfect together. The author tore them both down and then had them put each other back together again. She also gave them strength to pick up the pieces and move on toward something better. I think the title said it all: FINALLY FOUND YOU. They were made for each other.

I was pretty much living in the moment with Presley and Mason as they drifted from friendship to lovers. I felt their confusion when their romantic feelings came into play. I felt the frustrations and their fear of losing what they had. I also felt like fanning myself once they finally got down to some scorching hot love scenes.

Carrie Ann Ryan outdid herself on this one. It was a sweet love story, but it wasn't quite the lighthearted read, which is to say that it was not without a bit of drama, conflict and misunderstandings. I'll give it four stars which is MY highest rating for a novella length book.

I absolutely recommend this book!
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