Title: Unexpected Reality
Author: Kaylee Ryan
Genre: New Adult Romance
Release Date: July 12, 2016
Expect the unexpected. That's what they say, but it's easier said than done.
How do you expect a change so huge it rocks you to your core?
How do you prepare yourself for an event that will alter your life forever?
One day at a time, you learn to live with your unexpected reality.
4.0 "WHITE ENVELOPE" STARS!!!
I am a whore when it comes to book covers. More often than not, it's the very first thing that caught my interest that and the blurb. Unexpected Reality is one of those books that got me rooting for the very first time I laid my eyes on the cover. Damn! There's nothing hotter than to see a shirtless man with a hot bod and tattoos cradling a baby in a skin to skin contact. So, I read the blurb, it piqued my interest and there's no way I was going to pass this book. I then stalked the author only to find out it's my first book of her's. What a shame!
Moving on, the story started fast paced giving readers an idea what to expect and where it leads. However though, I was not prepared to the numbers of twists and turns of the story that made my reading more enjoyable. It may be light hearted but it was written well and with a pull that will make any readers drawn to the story. True, right from the first page, I was hooked. I enjoyed my reading moment and what's more good about it is the fact that the story keeps on getting more interesting as I keep on turning the pages.
But what really struck me and made me fall in love with the story more is the main character that not just made me swooned to death but made me fall in love over and over. His journey with his "little one" and him falling in love and finding "the one" made me a goner. He's an addition to my unending list of my BBF. That and the full support from friends and family. I just so love how a family's love was written well with this story. It's so sweet and will make any woman/reader dreamy and that and the fact that it really warmed my heart.
If I am to complain something with the story, maybe it's the just a small thing to one of the turns of the events. It's just a little vague and confused me and made me question some things but it's somewhat negligible though as I cannot deny the fact that I had a fun and enjoyable read.
But the important thing is, as I finished the book, Indeed the best things in life are the unexpected.