Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Review of Press Paws by Celia Kyle


I received this book as an ARC for an honest review. 

In this book we get more of Hannah's story and we are introduced to Ryland. Hannah as you remember from Impawsible is one of the Buchanan Clan twins. Hannah is running from something as well as someone. See Hannah and Jeremy Lahlans fathers decided the best way to end the old feud is to bond their children together. However this is not what Hannah wants and after her adopted sister Bethany is able to find her HEA with her mate, Hannah isn't sure she can settle anymore. So she agrees to house-sit while her sister and new brother-in-law are off on their honeymoon.  However she has a little trouble and needs to find a handyman because lets face it she knows her limitations and this is one of them. Little did she know that not only would she find someone to help her fix her mistake on the porch but her true mate as well. But how can she when she is still engaged to Jeremy. Will Hannah go after what her heart wants or be the good girl and keep the promises her father made with her life?

Ryland never thought he would find a mate let alone have her run into him. However while at the hardware store that is exactly what happens. Of course things have never been easy for Ryland so why would his first meeting with his mate be any different. Ryland knows nothing will fulfill him like marking his mate and showing her she should be his. However there is this nagging little voice in his head that says he isn't good enough and that his mate won't truly want him. Can Ryland deal with the ghosts from his past to have a future with Hannah?

I am a huge fan of this authors and this book does not disappoint. This book can be read as a stand alone but to understand who some of the other characters that are spoken about I would advise that you read book 1. In this book the author shows us the difference between loyality and love. Sure you need both in a relationship but that should be with the person you are meant to be with. Hannah fights with the thought of not doing or being enough for her father, with the knowledge that she also has to be true to herself. This is a great book that will have you hooked from the first word to the very end. I want to tell you more but don't want to ruin any of the surprises in the book for other readers. I would recommend this book to anyone and everyone. 

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