Rating: ☆☆☆ Smut factor: 🔥🔥🔥 Author: Kaylee Ryan Genre: Romance
Trust the Push is the first book by Kaylee Ryan that I have read even though I had heard a lot of great things about her. I was excited to receive an ARC of Trust the Push for an honest review. I wanted to like this book, but it just wasn’t meant to be for me. Honestly, I had a hard time from the beginning of the book. The first ten pages had a lot of information about the heroine that seemed forced. Her drama, was one thing after another to the point I was thinking “Okay we get it, she’s screwed up.” It was hard for me to connect with her which meant I ended up not liking her at all. The hero is a typical alpha male, but again when we met him, a lot was going on. I was confused at first by who all the other characters were. I felt overwhelmed, and it was hard for me to follow. There was information/characters that felt not important to the story and were there to fill space. The medical issue that comes up toward the end of the story felt way out of left field. It seemed randomly stuck in there so there would be a climax that would bring the heroine and hero together. There are a lot of great reviews out there for this book, so I would recommend that readers give it a try. We are all different, and this one just wasn’t for me.
Title: Trust the Push
Author: Kaylee Ryan
Genre: New Adult Romance
Release Date: March 19, 2019
I’m making strides in the world of dirt late model
racing. With back to back championships under my belt, I’m determined
to win a third and be the youngest driver in history to do so. I’m
going to make it happen my career is my focus. That is until the
ultimate distraction in the form of a redheaded bombshell drops into my life.
I know nothing about racing, but when my boss comes to me
with a special assignment, I take it. Now, here I am traveling from
city to city engrossed in this new world. I never would have dreamed
that this project would lead me to new friendships and ultimately finding love.
We made a deal, our time together would expire, and we would
part ways. The only problem with that is I’m not so sure that’s what
I want anymore. She’s pushing at my walls, and I’m trusting her, letting
It’s a shame we put an end date on our time together. I
knew I would fall for him, but I never dreamed that those feelings would run
this deep. The plan was to walk away, that’s what we agreed to, it’s
just going to be harder than I thought. I need a new plan one that
helps me move on without him.
Kaylee Ryan is a New York Times and USA Today Bestselling
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.