Review: Trust the Push by Kaylee Ryan
Publication Date: March 19th, 2019
Rating: 5 Stars
Official Blurb: I'm making strides in the world of dirt late model racing. With back-to-back championships under my belt, I'm determined to win a third and be the youngest driver in history to do so. I'm going to make it happen. My career is my focus. That is until the ultimate distraction in the form of a redheaded bombshell drops into my life.
I know nothing about racing, but when my boss comes to me with a special assignment, I take it. Now, here I am traveling from city to city engrossed in this new world. I would never have dreamed that this project would lead me to new friendships and ultimately finding love.
We made a deal, our time together would expire, and we would part ways. The only problem with that is, I'm not so sure that's what I want anymore. She's pushing at my walls, and I'm trusting her, letting them fall.
It's a shame we put an end date on our time together. I knew I would fall for him, but I never dreamed that those feelings would run this deep. The plan was to walk away, that's what we agreed to, it's just going to be harder than I thought. I need a new plan one that helps me move on without him.
Review: I was super excited to read this book because I adore all of Kaylee’s books, but this one takes the cake. To me, it was like a slow burn, but in a very good way, and I couldn’t get enough.
Aubree is a massage therapist who is actually a workaholic. She doesn’t have much of a life, so when the chance comes to travel the world she takes it. She just isn’t prepared for Blaine, and he flips her world upside down.
Blaine isn’t interested in settling down. No, he is focused on his racing career, and there is nothing that will stop him. That is until Aubree walks into his life, and he begins to question everything.
The chemistry is off the charts in this book from the very first meeting. My favorite part of it all was watching the changes in Blaine. Aubree literally brought him to his knees, and I loved every minute of it. Such a super cute book.