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About the Author
Her books have also appeared on the New York Times and USA Today bestseller lists more than 70 times. Ryan has been featured in such publications as Newsweek, Huffington Post, Cosmopolitan and InTouch Magazine.
She lives in Texas with her husband and two sons.
- File size : 1086 KB
- Publication date : October 15, 2018
- Print length : 296 pages
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Language: : English
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- ASIN : B07FNZB48P
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #70,809 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
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Wes came to the new team to get away from a fiancée who just got caught cheating on him after they had been together for years. He recovered from losing someone he was supposed to marry very fast. That whole story was just touched on and then dropped.
His teen ex was pregnant when he left her, would not listen to her pleas to talk so she could tell him, and went to a party instead. She handled it alone but then later forgave him after a fun trip to Walmart. Sure...
She finally tells him about the pregnancy and he walks out on her again without talking. Later apologized, later walks out again because he is not sure of their relationship, then apologizes again and they are back in love.
By this time I decided these 2 idiots deserve each other and I’m the one who was done wrong because I actually paid for this book!
Dear Jane reunites high school sweethearts, Jane and Wes, ten years down the line. Wes, an NFL quarterback, is signed by the team where Jane is the assistant manager and her father is the head coach. Their break up was rough, and there was a lot more to it than Wes knew about at the time. Ten years apart, however, did nothing to cool the sizzling chemistry between the two of them, despite Jane’s best efforts to fight it. I loved how they worked through their heartbreaking history, and Wes’s regret for his role in it was palpable and genuine. With some patient persistence on his part and her willingness to forgive and forget, they were able to slide back into their old groove while also enjoying getting to know their older, more mature selves. Ryan plays up this contrast—the familiarity of their shared history with discoveries in a new relationship—making it as easy for the reader to be as invested in this love story as this couple was.
Kendall Ryan’s Dear Jane was playful, passionate and unputdownable pleasure-reading. With a swoon-worthy hero and a sweet heroine, it was packed with heart-string-pulling emotion and a smoking hot romance, and I devoured this fun, feel-good story with a smile on my face in a single afternoon. Dear Jane by Kendall Ryan gets 4.5 smooches from me!
There’s brief tension and then she gives in despite how he’s treated her. Also, when she reveals a tragedy he leaves her, so it’s like three times. Then he dumps her again.
Then suddenly he realizes he shouldn’t have listened to his friend and wants her back. She accepts. Then the HEA occurs.
The author doesn’t give much insight into football and even states he “transfers” when the reality is he was “traded.” This isn’t college it’s the NFL, you transfer in college. That was cringe worthy seeing. Better research was needed. I didn’t get the feeling the author knew much about football.
The sex scenes are okay, nothing much as far as character connections. He gets jealous at knowing about other men, but not much.
Lastly, his broken engagement was glossed over. He didn’t want to talk about that, but it was an engagement that was quickly forgotten. Ending that the way he had, and it being glossed over was a bit much. Wes and his ex weren’t boyfriend/girlfriend they’d planned to spend the rest of their lives together.
I’m giving this 3 Stars simply because there was a plot and it was well written. This is the type of story you recommend or read again.
Grammar is good.
The author needed better connections with the characters. I didn’t feel that.
Cliche ending and actions.
He walks away from her three times and gets the girl. She should be running.
Lack luster sex scenes.
There were also inaccuracies with the football aspect of the book, which is a major pet peeve of mine with sports romance. If you're going to make the hero a professional athlete, at least do basic research about the sport so that the details of his career are correct.
Top reviews from other countries
Its been ten years since they have seen each other. They were high school sweethearts, but when Wes went to play college football they spilt up, and now Jane hates him with a passion.
When they meet Wes can’t understand the animosity towards him, as it was Jane who dumped him. I always enjoy these stories when you meet up with your first love or the one you never got over. Wes is a darling finding himself back home and seeing the girl who he never really got over.
This is a sweet and sexy romance and I loved every second of this book, and I had a big smile on my face at the end. This is a nice easy read with a big hunky footballer with a heart of gold.
Jane. I love her. Her personality. Her awkwardness at times and just how she is with Weston. It makes me chuckle and swoon at the same time.
“Thank God for second chances”
I love how they slowly reconnect and get to know each other again. This book is a perfect example of second chances can be so worth it. I have a new favourite Kendall Ryan book.
Definitely so worth the read!
Wes and Jane's story is sweet and sexy. With amazing chemistry between both. High school sweethearts, where love goes wrong due to misunderstandings and not sharing their feelings. But when they meet a decade later, more mature and sexy, fireworks reignite. Or were they ever lost.
Keeping reading this book was fab. Enjoy
West, I think even at the end I'm overly taken with him. He's got the lines and romantic gestures working for him. I just couldn't get all warm and fuzzy for his mediocre approach to his selfishness.
As for Jane, she was pretty kick ass. Feisty, sassy and a bit of a ball buster. Just so forgiving.
Great story line though.