Stay Together by Kaylee Ryan is now live!
From the moment I see her, I’m hooked. There’s just something about Crosby that has me eager to know her. One thing’s for sure, I can’t stay away from the new kindergarten teacher with the kind smile and secrets in her brown eyes.
There’s no hiding in a small town, and she’s suddenly everywhere. My family loves her, my niece won’t stop talking about her, and I…well, I just want to make her mine.
Crosby is everything I didn’t know I was doing looking for, but the wall she keeps up makes it impossible to love her the way I want to. I have to figure out how to tear it down, and fast— because she’s not so sure she’s sticking around, and I’m not prepared to let her walk away from Willow River… or me.
Another new town, another new school. But this time I’m not the struggling new kid; I’m the teacher. It’s hard to let go of my past, when it refuses to let go of me. I live in a constant state of unease, never knowing what the future holds. Especially when it comes to love.
Rushton isn’t like other guys. He’s open and honest. What you see is what you get. He’s made his intentions very clear. But I’m afraid getting involved only spells heartbreak for both of us. If growing up in foster care taught me anything, it’s not to get too close and definitely don’t get comfortable.
So, I learned to be good at goodbye. But for the first time in my life, I’ve found a place I want to put down roots. Rushton, his family, Willow River, my students—they all make me wish for once that I could stay. That we could… stay together
I have really enjoyed all of the Kincaid Brother's book, and this one was no exception.
I liked both Rushton and Crosby and I believed in their attraction. I did think she was a little too difficult on him in places (and I was frustrated with her), but at the same time, I totally understood why as the author did a really strong job with showing why this woman would be reluctant to get involved with anyone.
I was engaged enough in the story to be frustrated with the author, and I was willing to see where things went with them, and wanted them to have their happily ever after, which of course they got.
The supporting characters are also likeable, and it's fun to see the little updates on the other brothers through the story as the book progress, but it's also possible to read this one as a standalone without knowing the backstory.
I enjoyed and recommend this title.