Sunday, May 31, 2020

Release Blitz: Every Little Piece of Me by Lexi Ryan

Every Little Piece of Me, a sexy, standalone second-chance romance in the all-new Orchid Valley series, by New York Times & USA Today bestselling author, Lexi Ryan, is live!

It’s not every day you get invited to your wife’s wedding to another a guest.

The first time I saw Brinley Knox, she was crying, draped in a ridiculous pink tulle dress for her sweet sixteen party, and cursing the boy who’d broken her heart.

I was the hired help, a teenage charity case.

She was the daughter of the wealthiest family in Orchid Valley.

I knew a girl like Brinley was off-limits for a guy like me. That didn’t stop me from kissing her. Or from promising that if she were ever mine, I’d never let her go.

 The last time I saw Brinley, she was sleeping, tangled in the sheets of my Vegas penthouse, my diamond glittering on her left ring finger.

I returned three hours later to an empty bed, the ring on the dresser, and a note that said, “Can’t keep the ring. I’d never hold you to that.”

In the two years since, we’ve never talked about our impulsive Vegas nuptials—never talked at all after that night—but I’m not the kind of guy who’d file for a divorce he doesn’t want.

Until I got this damn invitation, it never occurred to me that Brinley didn’t think our wedding was real. Or didn’t remember it at all.

I guess it’s time to return to Orchid Valley and remind the bride-to-be that I’m a man who keeps his promises.

4.5 stars
Review by Jen Skewes
loved this second chance romance. From the moment that I read the blurb about the hero receiving a wedding invitation from his wife, I knew that I needed to read it. From the very beginning of the prequel I knew I was going to not only love the story but love Marston Rowe as well. We start from the beginning where Marston and Brinley met and how the rich girl and the boy who was considered the hired help, started a friendship which turned into more.
en Brinley and Marston met, he was 18 and she had just turned 16. They formed a friendship that was unlike anything that Brinley had before. While people may have seen her as the rich spoiled girl, she was anything but. She was going through a lot at the time that she met Marston and he seemed to be the only one that really saw her. And that is what made their relationship so special. But at some point Brinley pushes him a way, at a time when she probably needed him the most. While he didn’t want to leave her, she did her best to make him leave.
hIt’s ten years later and they run into each other in Vegas. They spend one night together, and they bother remember what it was like to be in each other’s arms, and to love the other. Six months later Marston gets a wedding invitation for Brinley’s wedding, which make him mad and confused at the same time. Why, you ask? Because she is married to him. He needs to go back to his hometown and figure out what is going on and then he needs to prove to her that they do belong together and that they can make this work. It won’t be easy, but he is determined!! Will she go through with the divorce and continue with her plans to marry?
loved this book. Marston is that guy that every girl dreams of being with. Even from the moment they met he was just a good guy, despite his reputation. He didn’t have the best life growing up, but he has made a name for himself and has always been a good person. He feelings for Brinley were so deep and just melted my heart. I loved seeing the flashbacks between the two of them. There was so much to their story when they were younger, and I loved that Ms. Ryan gave us those moments. I loved Brinley but at times she frustrated me but that is also the part of this book that make for great angst and drama. I loved every minute of this book. It is the perfect beginning to a new series, and I cannot wait for more.

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