Monday, June 17, 2013

Review: Resisting Her by Kendall Ryan

Publish Date: April 15, 2013
Kindle {p. 292}
Genre: New Adult
Source: Personal Library
Savannah, Cole Fletcher

Agent Cole Fletcher lives for his job at the FBI, and he’s more than ready for his next assignment—raiding a cult compound and putting their leader behind bars. But he isn’t prepared for Savannah and her knock you on your ass good looks. At nineteen, she’s too old for foster care and too damaged to live on her own. With nowhere else to go, and against his better judgment Cole takes her in.

But helping her out won’t be easy. He comforts her through screaming nightmares and escaping the lingering fears of her past, but that’s the easy part. Her preference to sleep cuddled up next to his warm body, and her desire to please him in every way makes her harder and harder to resist.
Cole seems to have an instant attraction to Savannah when he first rescues her from a cult. He feels she's to young for him so he does everything he can to stay away from her on a level other than friendship. They chemistry between them wouldn't allow for just friendship.

Savannah, growing up in a cult, was somewhat sheltered and naïve about some things, so a lot of her first experiences were with Cole. He tried to do right by her in a sense of not wanting to get involved with her because of their FBI rescuer relationship. But eventually he gave up the fight of resisting her and fell in love with her.

These two had some very hot love scenes, but beyond that, the author really developed these two as people beyond the bedroom. Cole had baggage to deal with and Savannah had a past that came looking for her. Even the secondary characters were well developed and left me wanting to get to know more about them; Cole's sister and his best friend, to name a few.


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