Trusting Ryan

Trusting Ryan A dedicated cop in the Special Victims Bureau Ryan Mercedes has a trusted friend in lawyer advocate Audrey Lincoln Her compassion is the perfect counterpoint to his hard driving fight for justice And

  • Title: Trusting Ryan
  • Author: Tara Taylor Quinn
  • ISBN: 9780373715008
  • Page: 174
  • Format: Paperback
  • A dedicated cop in the Special Victims Bureau, Ryan Mercedes has a trusted friend in lawyer advocate Audrey Lincoln Her compassion is the perfect counterpoint to his hard driving fight for justice And this good relationship only gets better the night they cross the line from friends to lovers.But they re up against seemingly insurmountable obstacles that could divide theA dedicated cop in the Special Victims Bureau, Ryan Mercedes has a trusted friend in lawyer advocate Audrey Lincoln Her compassion is the perfect counterpoint to his hard driving fight for justice And this good relationship only gets better the night they cross the line from friends to lovers.But they re up against seemingly insurmountable obstacles that could divide them for good Worse now she and Ryan are on opposite sides of a controversial case Can they trust enough to resolve their differences and find their way back to each other

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    1. Lawyer-advocate Audrey and police detective Ryan have become friends after finding themselves working on a lot of the same cases together. One day they decide to take their relationship to the next level from friends to lovers. It's not until after this that they discover how old each other is. Audrey is thirty-five, Ryan is twenty-two. Ryan has no problem with the age difference, Audrey can't get past it. The story was enjoyable up to a point, then as it went on it grew a bit tiresome with Audr [...]

    2. I didn't like this one as much as I liked the one about his parents. It did have the older woman trope that I'm fond of. I didn't like the hero here very well as he was so rigid that he was practically unlikeable and he did come off as very young which he was.

    3. Note:I didn’t realize until I was about halfway through this book that it’s a sequel of sorts to Tara Taylor Quinn’s Sara’s Son, which is the story of Ryan’s birth parents. If you are a stickler for avoiding spoilers of any kind, you might want to pick up a copy of that first.The Review:Audrey Lincoln owns her own home, has a successful and meaningful career as a legal advocate, and is content with her life as it is – or so she keeps telling herself. Audrey is afraid of being hurt, a [...]

    4. Areas of greyLove doesn't go by age, does makes exceptions and doesn't care about the past. A young man learns that life isn't black and white. The sequel to Sarah 's Son continues with her son Ryan who comes to terms with the father he hates and the circumstances of his conception, setting him free to accept the woman he loves.

    5. Let me make myself clear on something: I have no problem with age differences between women and men. In this case the heroine was older then the hero. My problem was the “maturity” of the hero. Mind you, he is very mature for his age, but it’s not believable. And that’s one of my complaints about the story, and the other is the heroine’s mother…what a manipulating witch, she needed to be kicked to the curb, but that’s just my opinion.Otherwise it was an enjoyable read. I spent an a [...]

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