It took one minute for me to climb out of bed and drive away from her.
It’s taken me three years to confess that leaving her behind was the biggest mistake of my life.I won’t stop until she knows what she means to me. I’ll convince her to listen to her heart.It took one night for all of my dreams to come true.
It took one morning, waking up alone, for those same dreams to come crashing down around me.
It’s taken me three years to confess that night changed me forever.
He says this time is different, but how do I open my heart up to a man who’s already ripped it to shreds?
author. When she’s not spinning tales of happily ever after, she’s
reading or spending time with family. Born and raised an Ohio girl,
Kaylee resides in Cincinnati with her husband and their son.
** ARC kindly provided in exchange for an honest review. **
I enjoyed Remedy by Kaylee Ryan, a second chance romance with a strong hint of slow burn between Collins and Grady.
It was pretty blunt from the start. After spending one night together, Grady went away without looking back and also ignoring Collins. A few years later, he was back in town and working at the same place as her. Asking for a second chance after he broke her heart.
How to trust someone after this? Grady was going to work for it, showing how much he cared, staying by her side no matter what. And damn if it wasn’t so freaking cute and sweet. Explaining his reasons, pushing back harder when she tried to push him away.
The only little glitch to me about Collins being at times repetitive, unsure about his feelings. After all he’s done and claiming her, I found it a bit annoying. I understood that she was heartbroken but Grady never failed her in the present like he used to be in the past. He learnt from his mistakes and was sure about how they meant to be, and belonged together.
Leaving aside that part, I liked it. It was swoony, cute, and pretty hot. It was so charming and it was really great for once to read a story a bit differently, with no heavy drama. I appreciated that the author didn’t follow the usual way about the brother’s best friend trope we could read sometimes.