Review: Raising Ryann by Alyssa Rae Taylor

SYNOPSIS:Raising Ryann

Twenty-year-old Reese Johnson can finally leave her troublesome past behind. She enters college with her best friend, Gia, and spends her time doing what she loves–working as a self-defense instructor at a local gym. Then Luke Ryann enters the picture. He’s the tall, dark, and tattooed MMA fighter her boss hires to privately train her. One minute, he captivates her with his piercing brown eyes and boyish dimples. The next, he infuriates her with his relentless banter and cocky bad boy behavior. He’s the last thing she wants or needs, and she never expects to fall in love with him.
Luke’s jaded past has him keeping a safe distance. Despite what he feels, some things are better left alone. He has a dangerous secret–one that has the potential to risk their lives. As he fights the attraction between them, can he resist the growing tension and protect the woman he’ll never be able to have?
Raising Ryann, the first book in the Bad Boy Reformed Trilogy, isn’t just a fighter romance. This story is filled with action, suspense, mystery- even a touch of humor.


Loved, loved, loved this book. Hate, hate, hate the huge monsterous cliffhanger! This book was a great read, it is filled with the drama, angst, and steamy, dreamy couples!

The story starts off with Reese and you learn her history and then you fall in love with the strong, powerful woman she has become. Then enter Ryann and he is everything you want in an alpha male, and I mean EVERYTHING! There is history between the two, and I won’t say anymore on the topic but there story is a dangerous journey. You fall in love with them and then you are left with your jaw hanging on the floor and alot of feeling you will have trouble processing. So I am sitting here wondering what the heck happened but don’t worry, book 2, Resisting Ryann, just came out. Unfortunately this is a trilogy and since Alyssa Rae Taylor is a gypsy master of cliffhangers I feel like I will end up anxiously waiting for book 3!



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