Sunday, October 14, 2018

REVIEW: Trusting You by Ketley Allison

Buy it: AMAZON

OUR REVIEW:

Let me warn you, that first chapter is a toughie. It was emotional and quite the introduction to Carter and Lily. Go from that to the introduction of Locke --the epitome of a player--and I was very curious about how all of this would go down. It wasn't an easy read; Ketley Allison made sure that these two had quite a few obstacles to get to their HEA. There were many secrets, omissions, and fears that tried to get in the way of exactly what the title was begging these two to do: TRUST. 

If you're looking for a meaty read that features a single dad, a woman who has taken on the role of mom out of love and necessity, NYC, and a secondary cast of characters who will most definitely show up again in the Ketley Allison universe, this is your book!

SYNOPSIS:

Her
CARTER

My best friend died tonight and her baby girl might be taken away from me, too, if I don’t find Lily’s father before she’s ripped out of my life for good.

Unfortunately, I know who he is. He’s my best friend’s ex, and I hate him in memory and on sight.

There’s just so little of my heart left, and I can’t—won’t—reserve any of it for that bastard, Lachlan Hayes.

Him
LOCKE

I didn't grow into adulthood as a screw-up, but turns out I'm settling into it just fine.

A pro-football prodigy, success was laid out in golden dollar signs—until an injury so cringe-worthy it went viral laid me out for good.

Since then, I’ve discovered booze and sex, and I get both whenever I want.

Until a girl shows up at my literal doorstep, telling me about a baby I never knew I had.

I’m in deep sh*t, because in no life plan did I think I’d raise a daughter, and I sure as hell didn’t think I’d fall in love with the woman that comes with her.

TRUSTING YOU is an angsty, slow burn, steamy, enemies-to-lovers romance with no cliffhanger. 

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