Series: Promise Me
Published by Self on 8/18/20
Genres: Contemporary Romance
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Also in this series: Forever Only Once
New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Carrie Ann Ryan continues her sexy new contemporary stand-alone series with an enemies-to-lovers office romance.
Paris Trissel is in a dating rut. Despite the pact she made with her friends to find someone to share her life with, she’s throwing in the towel after only a few blind dates. Add in the fact that the new hire at the job she used to love happens to be the Brady brother she can’t stand, and Paris is having a terrible year.
Prior Brady’s life seems pretty perfect from the outside. He has a wonderful, caring girlfriend, a family he’s never been closer to, and a new job he can’t wait to sink his teeth and talents into. Too bad the woman he has to work with for hours a day hates him on sight.
Once the two are forced to find the balance between chemistry and temptation, however, they’ll realize they’re stronger together than apart. Except when Paris’s past comes back with a vengeance, bringing terror, pain, and horror with it, both she and Prior will have to lean on each other.
In more ways than one.
I absolutely loved listening to From That Moment by Carrie Ann Ryan. Emma Wilder and Jason Clarke truly brought Paris and Prior to life. It was emotional and captivating from start to finish. The second book in her Promise me series, this is Paris and Prior’s story. Though each book in the series can be read as a standalone, the series has interconnected family and friends and honestly, I loved the first book and highly recommend it. The woman in the series are helping each other move forward from their pasts and begin dating.
Paris has had some bad blind dates so far and is ready to throw in the towel but love usually comes where you at least expect it. Prior and Paris have always seemed to be at each other’s throats, so when he goes to work with Paris, can they learn to work together, right? I loved Paris. Though she carries some heavy baggage from her past, she is strong and determined. Prior was caring and protective. As lines begin to blur, can they see what they truly share before it’s too late? Another great listen from this author!