Angy’s Review: Slow & Steady by Kendall Ryan

Posted April 11, 2016 by angypotter in Blog Tour, Book Reviews, Books / 0 Comments

Angy’s Review: Slow & Steady by Kendall Ryan

Angy’s Review: Slow & Steady by Kendall RyanSlow & Steady by Kendall Ryan
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Published by Self Published on April 12th 2016
Genres: Romance
Purchase links: Amazon
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Source: InkSlinger PR
three-half-stars

When Greyson Archer tosses a twenty on the stage of a strip club, the last thing he expects to see are the haunted green eyes staring back at him. Finley should be home raising her infant daughter and baking cookies, not tucking singles into her G-string and giving lap dances.

Greyson can't deny that he'd like his own private show, but there's not a chance in hell of that happening. The last time the former Navy SEAL saw her she was dressed in black, holding a folded flag and sobbing that it was all his fault... and he agreed with every single word. He couldn't do anything to help her then, but he can now.

Finley deserves better than this dingy club, and when an obsessed customer crosses the line, Greyson leads the rescue and will do whatever it takes to make amends for their broken past.

He never expected to want to settle down, but with Finley, everything is different. For the first time ever, he can breathe. But Greyson will have to fight for what he wants in order to keep the woman with the green eyes he's dreamed about so often.

Slow & Steady is book 2 in the Alphas Undone series, but can be read as a standalone novel, as it features a new couple.

We received this book/audiobook for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect our opinion of the book or the content of our review.

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Book Review: 3,5 stars

Slow & Steady is a book about forgiveness, stubbornness and loyalty. It shows how two people who were surviving on their own, together could live again and have a happy life, full of unconditional love, friends and family.

Greyson was introduced in Bait & Switch, as Nolan’s best friend and former SEAL. They both were in a tragic mission that ended with their friend‘s life and that marked their lives forever. In that book, I felt like Greyson had it deep with this mission and his guilt were going to be more difficult to forgive than Nolan’s and I was so interested in reading about it. And Slow & Steady accomplished that. Greyson found forgiveness and with that, also found love and family and a HEA.

Sadly, Greyson didn’t reach my heart and I wouldn’t consider him as a new member of my book boyfriend collection. Don’t get me wrong, maybe you’ll love him, but I didn’t. But I did found very lovely they way he cared for Maple. Their relationship was something especial. I also liked his friendship with Nolan. Despite their different opinions in the current events in this book, Nolan was always there for Greyson, even when he didn’t want any help from anyone.

Overall, Slow & Steady was a good book. It was entertaining and had sexy moments, even though it was lack of action and was a little predictable.

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three-half-stars

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