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1. Why wouldn't he just tell her why he was trying keep her safe and who was behind it. Too simple I know and I understand it was necessary for the story to pan out the way it does but I found it hard to believe that he wouldn't give a better explanation.
2. A wife really! There are so many problems with this plot line. His foster parents that Reece works with everyday come to mind. With him away for months she never talk to them about it? She finds out he's married she doesn't mention it to them or her friends and ask why no one saw fit to tell her? When Logan continues to give her a hard time about Sean, she doesn't bring it up then to defend herself. Because for Logan it looks like she's living in the house his friend gave her while loving on someone else.
3. The FBI wife. How she is introduced is stupid. You have police and FBI all over the hospital but she can't see a main person on a case she is working on and has to pretend to be his wife? I don't think so.
4. It is also hard to swallow that poor Luke is just left hanging for months with no explanation to anyone in his life. He just disappears off the face of the earth and no one is that worried. He could of had his sister pass on a message the first day he woke up to let his foster parents and Reece know he was in hospital and part of an ongoing investigation and therefore was not free to see them but all would be explained shortly. The wife thing would have come up and Lauren could have, if not cleared up the whole mess at least bring some question of doubt to Reece believing she had been completely duped by Luke.
Finally the ending, please! The crossed dialogue 'he's saying this but she thinks he means that' trick. It is a cheap and underhanded way to treat a reader who has gone through two books with you. If the man I love says 'I did it to keep you safe' I would have been like 'how does you having a wife keep me safe?'. Bam conversation opened up. It still could have led in to book three because they have so much to sort out and get through to be a viable couple ( have sex being one of them) but to leave it all messy like that was just horrible and full of daytime soap opera drama.
Logan knows more than Reese does with what is going on with Luke, and tries to make her understand what is going on without telling her, and trying to keep her away from Sean. Reese doesn't have any romantic interests in Sean, but Logan knows Sean sees Reese differently and does everything he can to keep the two of them apart. It's quite hilarious and made me love Logan a little bit in this book.
Seeing more of Luke's point of view in Resisting Ryann was awesome. We truly get to see the mess he's in and the hell he's living in. He believes he's doing the right thing by keeping Reese in the dark, and keeping away from her, but you can tell it's killing both of them. She believes he's just up and left, and he loves her with every ounce of his being. I could tell throughout this book that things were not going to go well for any of the people involved, but I wanted and wished things wouldn't happen how they did.
One part of this book that I absolutely loved was seeing Reese reconnect with her father. He wasn't the best person growing up, but she's let him back in, and you can tell how much he truly loves her and is sorry for what had happened. I loved their banter and seeing Reese open up to him. Her father may have been a horrible guy in the beginning, but he more than made up for it with Reese. Their reconciliation is definitely heartbreaking and I did have a few tears during certain parts of their story.
I love Luke and Reese together, and I understand that both of them have some things they need to discuss, and I really thought they were going to get to that point. The amount of love that Luke has for Reese is amazing. He can't stay away from her, and that night they are together is beautiful. I really thought they would get their HEA, but just when you think things are going to finally work out with Reese and Luke in this book (even though it's tragic) a misunderstanding takes place and rips the rug right out from under them.
Resisting Ryann had me on pins and needles, tears in my eyes, and biting my fingernails. This is one amazing story and a definite must read if you've read book one. I am immediately going to be one-clicking the last book in this series to find out how things end up with Reese and Luke. I need them to be together and for them to realize that things aren't always what they seem. This book was one major roller-coaster of emotions and I enjoyed every single second of it. I read this one in one sitting and can't wait to read the finale!
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