She’s the best thing I’ve ever felt in my entire fucking life. For a second, I think I might actually have been forgiven by God for all my sins since I’ve been given the most perfect gift I’ll ever receive.
Sawyer Bennett is without a doubt one of my go-to authors for comfort reads. Her writing is compelling and always hits the spot.
Finding Kyle was a wonderfully sweet, sexy, and heart-warming story. An addictive opposites-attract romance. I was smiling and laughing out loud the entire time. Her two main characters, Jane and Kyle were outstanding in their demeanor and characteristics.
Jane Cresson was tenacious, quirky, funny, endearing, pushy, and so much more. She was a fountain of movie quotes that put a light-hearted spin on even the most serious situation. She was persistent in getting Kyle to open up and didn’t take no for an answer. Jane had such an endearing nature that you couldn’t help yourself and fall in love with her.
Kyle Sommerville, was the very opposite of Jane. Closed up, and withdrawn. Crude and anti-social. He worked years as undercover agent, and had seen and done unspeakable acts that sat heavy on his soul. He didn’t think a women like Jane would be someone he deserved to be around.
“Well, Houston,” I drawl as I narrow my eyes and give her my fiercest glare. “We have a problem. I’m not coming to dinner. Now, if you don’t mind, I’ve got a fuck of a lot to do today and I’d like to get back to work.”
But Jane steamrolled his guarded walls. With her friendliness and humor she continuously wormed her way into his life. In short, she liked what she saw and went after it.
“I don’t think that’s a good idea.” She just rolls her eyes at me and says, “Wait for it… frankly, my dear, I don’t give a damn. Gone with the Wind. 1939.” “You did not just—” “Pull out the most awesome movie quote ever?” she suggests as her eyes twinkle with triumph. “Sure as hell did. Pick me up in an hour.”
But not only did she recognize the attraction, she also saw his struggle to allow himself to have someone that might be good for him. She understood the sadness in him that held him back.
“But you have to promise that you won’t have any expectations that you’ll actually leave as you said you’re going to. I think you need to leave open the possibility that you might want to stay.”
Finding Kyle had all the feels that I expected and hoped for. Chemistry, heat, and some angst that pulled on my heart-strings. Kyle was such a wonderful and swoony hero!!!!!!! I fell in love with his quiet and grumpy personality. His struggle was so heart-achingly raw and realistic. And OMG Jane was just pure JOY!!!!