May 02, 2015

Ryder by Rebecca Brooke ~ RELEASE DAY BLITZ & REVIEW

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All I wanted was to be Invisible.
I spent my life moving from place to place, and I learned a long ago that people always let you down. The only person I could ever rely on was myself.
But when my motorcycle broke down outside this little nothing town, I was left with no choice but to stay. Running from my past and hiding who I used to be was easy. That’s what I did. At least until I crossed paths with this tough talking girl, Ryann. Now the secrets I thought I’d never reveal pushed me into the one thing I thought I never wanted.

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Review by: Leeann 

Ryder Is on the run.. from himself. He moves from town to town and let's no one get attached and he doesn't get attached. Something happened in his past which forced him to leave home and never go back.
Now he finds himself stranded in another small town while his bike is being repaired. He finds himself getting involved in other people's business which was never his intention. The other person happens to be a beautiful bar owner. 

The reason I have given 3.5 stars is that the story is very short. I finished it very quickly and unfortunately  it ended right at the point it was starting to get interesting. Because it is so short I felt that there was a lot of detail missing from the story.  I can see where the author is going with it but personally feel it would have been better if it was just a bit longer and extended a little bit past where it ended. I understand it is a cliffhanger and thats fine, I dont  mind cliffhangers, but the ending was very abrupt in my opinion. 

It is not a terrible story and the authors writing is not terrible. The story is actually quite well written and the story line has huge potential, I just felt it needed to be a little bit longer to make it to 4 stars. 

3.5 Stars 

About the author
Rebecca lives near the shore towns of New Jersey, with her husband and two kids. When she's not writing she loves reading and watching SOA and TrueBlood.

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