A Bookworm Review by Ana
I give this book 5 stars!
Try hard to find your happiness because you don’t know what life has in store for you…
Have a look at the blurb:
Ryan is a contemporary romance and the final book in the series, For The Love Of A Good Woman.It can be read as a standalone, but the characters are intertwined throughout the series.
“You’d better hope he doesn’t find out. No man wants his woman licking someone else’s spoon,” Cece said as she pointed her spoon at Maggie.
“I don’t think he’d mind. The other night, I was doing this thing that he really likes and I asked him if he’d be okay doing a three way,” Maggie smiled and waggled her eyebrows.
“And he agreed?” Lillian said with a squeak.
Maggie nodded with a big smile. “Of course, I would be willing to share with you ladies if one of you is willing to give up your man for the night.”
“Did she just say what I think she said?” Logan asked.
“Sounds like Maggie and Sebastian are planning to have a three way with one of us,” Drew said with a raised eyebrow. “Dude. I don’t double up with other guys.”
“I never agreed to that. That’s total bullshit,” Sebastian hissed.
“I don’t mind sharing Drew. He’s really good, but now that I’m pregnant, I’m just not in the mood. He should get it somewhere,” Sarah said.
“No. Not happening,” Drew said, shaking his head furiously. He turned to Sebastian with an accusatory finger. “You’re sick.”
Sebastian held his hands up. “I didn’t suggest it! I don’t know where she’s getting this from.”
“Apparently, you agreed when she did that thing you like.” Cole said with a raised brow. “Just don’t come to me. I saw my fair share of other guys junk in the military. Don’t need to see it now.”
“What about Logan?” Maggie asked. “He’s adventurous in the bedroom. Do you think he’d do it?”
“We’ve talked about three ways before. If I’m willing to do it for him, I don’t see why he wouldn’t do it for me.”
“This is frickin’ crazy. They’re out there planning three ways for us. Someone needs to stop them,” Logan said as he struggled to push through the guys to get to the top.
“You know, there was a time when I thought Ryan was gay.” Harper said thoughtfully. I held up my hands, shushing all of them so I could hear what was being said about me. “Until you came along, I really thought he was batting for the other team. Are you sure he doesn’t swing both ways?”
“I guess I couldn’t be one hundred percent sure. It’s been a while, so maybe I’m just hoping that he’s really into me.”
“He could be using you as a beard,” Alex replied. “I’ve seen it happen before. Let’s face it, you needed help and were the perfect excuse.”
I noticed the guys stepped slightly away from me as if I would jump them any second.
“I’m not frickin’ gay,” I snarled.
I would do anything to have what my friends have, the love of a good woman. Cassandra’s that woman. I’ve known it since I met her two years ago. I’ve been chasing her since we finished our joint project at VAS, but she keeps turning me down. She’s gone out with me and met my friends, but she wouldn’t date me. Now I know why. I would do anything, give anything to help her and hopefully prove to her that I am the man that she needs. But will this one thing I can give her be enough to keep her?
Ryan is the one man that could make me rethink everything I’ve been telling myself for the last two years. From the moment we met, I felt a pull to him and knew he had the ability to change my life. There’s nothing more I would like than to give in and be with him, but my circumstances have me holding back. When someone from my past came back and threatened everything I hold dear, Ryan stepped up and proved to be the man I always suspected he was. Now if I can just let my heart believe it’s real.
This is it. This is the final book from this series and I’m happy to read it but sad at the same time. Happy because this character will have his own book but sad because it’s the last one.
Giulia Lagomarsino made me fall in love with her writing with this series. Her writing is hot and wild, intense and so much more.
Ryan is the seventh book from For The Love Of A Good Woman and you should read all books in order. This book might be a standalone but the characters from the previous books will be in it so just do it. You won’t regret it.
This book tells the stories of Ryan and Cassandra.
Ryan is part owner with one of his best friend of a construction company. They had created this company from scratch and they dedicate all their time in it. After seeing all of his friends settling down with the love of their lifes he started to want it for himself but…
Cassandra had focus her life to her son and her career. She has an amazing heart but love isn’t in the cards for her. When the custody of her son is in jeopardy she will go whatever it takes to keep him…
I’m a mess. How can I talk about this book without spoil? How can I say what’s really on my mind without giving you to many details?
I can’t. I can’t find the words because I’m mad, I’m sad, I’m happy…
The plot was amazing, well written, super engaging and intense. The story started in a way that quickly changed and it was so much more that I was expecting.
When I thought that everything was settled, the author had other ideas and knocked me out cold. I’m still dealing with it.
How could this happen? How could it changed so much?
I know that not everything is a bed of roses but still….
This series is over and I already have a new one waiting for me. But I can’t start it right away. I’m a wreck.
Giulia you… How? Why? You know why I’m asking this… I can’t believe it…
Until my next review.
I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.
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About The Author:
I’m a stay at home mom that loves to read. Some of my favorite titles are Pride and Prejudice, Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings, and Horatio Hornblower. I started writing when I was trying to come up with suggestions on ways I could help bring in some extra money. I came up with the idea that I could donate plasma because you could earn an extra $500/month. My husband responded with, “No. Find something else. Write a blog. Write a book.” I didn’t think I had anything to share on blog that a thousand other mothers hadn’t already thought of. I decided to take his challenge seriously and sat down to write my first book, Jack. I was surprised at how much I enjoyed writing. From there, the stories continued to flow and I haven’t been able to stop. I hope my readers enjoy my books as much as I enjoy writing them. Between reading, writing, and taking care of three small kids, my days are quite full.