Resisting Her by Kendall Ryan
Published: April 15th 2013
Goodreads: “Agent Cole Fletcher lives for his job at the FBI, and he’s more than ready for his next assignment—raiding a cult compound and putting their leader behind bars. But he isn’t prepared for Savannah and her knock you on your ass good looks. At nineteen, she’s too old for foster care and too damaged to live on her own. With nowhere else to go, and against his better judgment Cole takes her in.
But helping her out won’t be easy. He comforts her through screaming nightmares and escaping the lingering fears of her past, but that’s the easy part. Her preference to sleep cuddled up next to his warm body, and her desire to please him in every way makes her harder and harder to resist.”
This is actually my first review, I have been delaying it for a long time because I’m really nervous about whether I will be able to do it well or if I will completely suck at it… So here it goes!
This was the first book I read by Kendall Ryan and I must admit I loved it! Not 5 out of 5 stars but pretty close to it! I don’t usually like those kinds of insta-love books, only if I’m really in the mood for it or just need a light story. In this book the two main characters feel something for each other since the very beginning, but never do something about it until later in the story.
I loved the main character, Savannah (although I hate her name, ughhh!), she starts as a really helpless, scary, little girl and evolves into a grown woman. About Mr. Agent Cole Fletcher… now, that’s a man! Throughout the book he was always trying to find a way to help Savannah, even if he had absolutely no idea about how to take care of a girl. In other words, it was totally cute (not to mention hot…) ehehe
The story starts with Cole saving Savannah during an assignment. Afterwards he takes her to his house, because he thinks it’s the best place for her to live safely. Savannah is a needy girl and has a lot of nightmares, so, as you can imagine there’s a lot of cuddling and comforting between them (so cuteeee! *.*).
Later on, there are other problems they both have to face: their attraction for each other, the age gap they have and other people’s thoughts about their relationship.
I have to admit that, it was one of those books that make you keep reading like crazy until the very end…