#RSFave & Review | Queen Move by Kennedy Ryan


#RSFave & Review | Queen Move by Kennedy RyanQueen Move by Kennedy Ryan
Release Date | May 26, 2020
Published by Blue Box Press
Genres | Contemporary Romance
Tropes | Friends to Lovers, Second Chance Romance
Add to TBR | ADD TO GOODREADS
Buy | Amazon
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The boy who always felt like mine is now the man I can't have…

Dig a little and you'll find photos of me in the bathtub with Ezra Stern.
Get your mind out of the gutter. We were six months old.
Pry and one of us might confess we saved our first kiss for each other. The most clumsy, wet, sloppy . . . spectacular thirty seconds of my adolescence.
Get into our business and you'll see two families, closer than blood, torn apart in an instant.
Twenty years later, my "awkward duckling" best friend from childhood, the boy no one noticed, is a man no one can ignore.
Finer. Fiercer. Smarter. Taken.
Tell me it's wrong. Tell me the boy who always felt like mine is now the man I can’t have. When we find each other again, everything stands in our way--secrets, lies, promises.
But we didn't come this far to give up now.
And I know just the move to make if I want to make him mine.


Review

I will never turn down a Kennedy Ryan book and Queen Move is here! And what a read it turned out to be with a friends to lovers/second chance romance that you’ll feel to the depths of your soul. Compared to the other books I’ve read by her, it wasn’t high up there on the emotional scale and I’ll be honest, I was pretty thankful for that. If it were, I’d be an absolute mess!

I loved the topics that Kennedy chose to write through her characters, Kimba and Ezra. I am a Jewish brown girl still trying to very much navigate it all since it is still new to me. And with Kimba and what she goes through throughout this story, I understood her on different level. To me, I was able to connect to them almost instantly.

Normally friends to lovers don’t really do it for me, but it worked so damn well in Queen Move. They were two souls that were always meant to be in each other’s lives, time and space would note mute what they’ve had since they were kids. And I just loved that.

When it comes to the various conflicts that truly held them back to REALLY be together, it irked me to no end. Just all the hurdles they had to get through to finally get their happily ever after. But it was worth it in the end, their love was able to bypass every complex situation they were facing. They found their balance.

Truly another memorable story by Kennedy, who masters such a beautiful story that’ll resonate with her readers. She covers various topics that soooo many of us can relate to. Queen Move is another recommendation that you need add to your TBR.

major thank you to the pr for the complimentary copy in consideration for a review. this does not affect my opinion of the book or review.

About Kennedy Ryan

A Top 30 Amazon Bestseller, Kennedy Ryan writes about women from all walks of life, empowering them and placing them firmly at the center of each story and in charge of their own destinies. Her heroes respect, cherish and lose their minds for the women who capture their hearts.

She is a wife to her lifetime lover and mother to an extraordinary son. She has always leveraged her journalism background to write for charity and non-profit organizations, but enjoys writing to raise Autism awareness most. A contributor for Modern Mom Magazine and Frolic, Kennedy’s writings have appeared in Chicken Soup for the Soul, USA Today and many others. The founder and executive director of a foundation serving Atlanta Autism families, she has appeared on Headline News, Montel Williams, NPR and other media outlets as an advocate for families living with autism.