Most of the guys in my town had me marked as off limits. My dating history was slim to none, until Dylan. He didn’t let labels deter him from sweeping me off my feet.
The day Avery Stanton took a chance on me is that day my life changed. Nothing else mattered but her. All I ever wanted was for her to be happy. I just wanted to love her, no matter how much distance was between us.
Dylan Knight wrecked me. He made me fall in love with him and then took it all away. Now I’m back, and I can’t deal. How do I pretend that he no longer owns my heart when all my heart does is scream his name?
Avery’s back and I know I have a fight on my hands. I remember every minute, every touch, every kiss, and every breath of our time together. Now I need to remind her.
I have been a longtime one-click fan of Kaylee Ryan ever since I discovered her With You series back in late 2013 so it was no surprise that I jumped at the opportunity to read another one of her phenomenal stories.
Reminding Avery is one of those beautifully written second chance romances that will have you believing in true love from beginning to end. These characters immediately captured my heart and I was rooting for them right from the start. I absolutely loved how the first half of the story took place while Avery Stanton and Dylan Knight were still in high school, while the second half occurred shortly after college graduation. It helped readers to gain an understanding of their background and previous romance before transitioning into a second chance romance. In many ways I felt as if it was two stories in one and that is why I couldn’t get enough of it! I devoured this story in one day because I needed to find out what happened next!
Avery and Dylan’s story gave me exactly what I needed and I can’t wait to see what Kaylee Ryan comes up with next!
About Kaylee Ryan
Kaylee Ryan is a New York Times and USA Today Bestselling author. When she’s not spinning tales of happily ever after, she’s reading or spending time with family. Born and raised an Ohio girl, Kaylee resides in Cincinnati with her husband and their son.