AUTHOR REVIEW: HOW TO DATE A YOUNGER MAN BY KENDALL RYANHow to Date a Younger Man by Kendall Ryan
Published by Kendall Ryan on July 21, 2020
Genres: Coming of Age, Contemporary, Contemporary Erotic Romance, Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance, Fiction, Romance
Pages: 322
Format: eBook
Source: Purchased by Review Site
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4.5 Stars

If you accidentally bang your best friend’s younger brother, here are a few important tips . . .

One: Do not brag to your friend about how well-endowed her brother is.

Two: Do not go back for seconds (or thirds).

Three: Do not let him see your muffin top or jiggly behind. And definitely don’t let him feed you cookies in bed. Cookies are bad. Remember that.

Four: Act like a damn grown-up and apologize for riding him like a bull at the rodeo. And do not flirt with him when he laughs at said apology.

Five: This one is crucial, so pay attention.

Do not, under any circumstances, fall in love with him.

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This book may be unsuitable for people under 17 years of age due to its use of sexual content, drug and alcohol use, and/or violence.

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AJ’S REVIEW

Kendall Ryan is one of my favorite authors and How To Date A Younger Man did not disappoint. The characters have flaws and fears that they both need to work through. For example, our hero has some growing up to do even though he’s as sweet as he is sexy. Our heroine has to let go of her preconceived notions of the perfect husband and realize everything she’s ever wanted in life has been right in front her. Oh, if only she’d muster up the courage to go after it. Maybe she will, maybe she won’t. Only time will tell.

The sex was hot and the emotions raw, overflowing, and refreshing. There were a few times that the heroine worked my nerves because she had a tendency to wallow in her own self-pity, but she owned it, which only made me like her more. The further the story progressed, the more I wanted her to throw caution to the wind and jump off the ledge. Our hero’s best friend was a little creepy and stalkerish, but she earned my respect in the end.

How To Date A Younger Man is a feel good story with three-dimensional characters struggling to figure out where they belong. The ending was perfect and made my heart swell with joy. I know that I’m being greedy, but I’d love for Ms. Ryan to turn this book into a series. Heck, I’d be happy with a short sequel that checked in with our couple years later because that’s how much I enjoyed this story. If you haven’t read How To Date A Younger Man, then you’re missing out.

Rated 4.5 Ravens by AJ

 

 

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