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Raising Ryann (Bad Boy Reformed 1) by [Taylor, Alyssa Rae]
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Raising Ryann (Bad Boy Reformed 1) Kindle Edition

4.5 out of 5 stars 57 customer reviews
Book 1 of 3 in Bad Boy Reformed (3 Book Series)

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About the Author USA Today Bestselling author Alyssa Rae Taylor lives in Phoenix, Arizona with her husband, their three daughters, and two English bulldogs. Her hobbies include reading, writing, and watching Sam & Dean Winchester fight off scary creatures on the WB. She enjoys stories that tug at her emotions and isn’t a fan of the insta-love type of romance. Her dream is to travel the world with her husband and children beside her. The first time she started writing, she couldn’t stop, which leads to now, and the publication of her first novel in the Bad Boy Reformed Trilogy, Raising Ryann.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2358 KB
  • Print Length: 277 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Alyssa Rae Taylor; 3 edition (9 Jan. 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00ECN3JU4
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 57 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #94,143 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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By s green on 21 April 2015
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Loving the story so far but it annoys me when we have these virgin wall flowers that the famous ladies men treat them like glass and leave them hanging. It's my second go at reading this so onto the next one. 😀
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Enjoyed this book although considering Ryann is painted as a sex God, he certainly has been slow on the up take now, which makes the whole relationship more platonic, hopefully it will get a lot more passionate in book 2.
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I loved this book and can't wait for the next. Ryann is a MMA fighter who saved Reece from a terrible situation when she was a young teen. This is a story of their friendship and more. It was shorter than I expected and felt that it could have been longer.
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I really enjoyed this book and felt connected to the characters.The story had a great flow. The feelings between Reece and Luke were heartening. The only moan I have is the cliffhanger ending . Aaahh I have to wait until next year!
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absolutely loved this book nut left me in suspense and I cant wait for the next one, why do authors leave it so long to publish the next book hurry up please
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I'm so pleased i bought it as i was disappointed when it was taken off Wattpad. Hurry up with the sequel as i need to know what happens next!
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Reviewed by Tracey Lou Parker for Kindle Friends Forever

Raising Ryann is the first book in the Bad Boy Reformed trilogy. We all love a bad boy turned good. A modern day love story that brings with it issues of childhood abuse which I thought the author handled with the sensitivity it deserved. In all honesty, I'm not a big fan of fighter books, but I needn't have worried as there was hardly any fighting action in this book.
The story revolves around two main characters.

Firstly, Luke Ryann, an MMA fighter who decides to give up the fighting, drinking and the women who continuously keep throwing themselves at him, just wants to get his act together and live his life. He is called upon to help out the foster parents who took him in after the death of his mother and the arrest of his father. Furthermore, he has never forgotten the girl next door, Reese Johnson.
Reese has endured an abusive childhood at the hands of her father. She works at the local gym teaching self-defence classes to children, and she also remembers the boy next door who saved her one night. Luke and Reese come together but it's all not plain sailing and life deals them some low blows. To help keep Reese safe, Luke has to make a decision that will change both their lives.
This is a classic love story that alternates between the past and present day. Unfortunately, I felt little lost and confused because I had to flick back to the previous page in the hope I hadn't missed anything. The two main protagonists come together through circumstance and a memory that will stay with them forever. This was a sweet love story but the beginning was a tad too slow for me. Despite this setback, there is a good cliff-hanger and my only hope is book two’s pace will pick up as I'm really looking forward to seeing what happens to these two lovely characters.
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Now you know I'm gonna pick up a book with a MMA fighter in the synopsis, that's just a given! I was excited to start this one as I needed a good book to sink my teeth into.

Reese Johnson is a 20 year old college student with a good head on her shoulders. She lived through a childhood that you wouldn't wish on your worst enemy but instead of being a victim she has turned her life around and is attending college and teaches self defence to young girls on the side. I really liked this aspect of Reese's character.

So a tall dark stranger appears at the gym who happens to be the new employee hired to work alongside Reese. Doesn't sound so bad if Reese could think straight when she is around him! Luke Ryann has had his fair share of family drama. He has a colourful past and it was MMA fighting that put him on the straight and narrow, allowing him to make a name for himself and make some money along the way.

So when Reese and Luke first meet there is a connection between them, although it takes Reese a while to realise that Luke is in fact no stranger to her. I liked their banter in the beginning, it was good to see Reese being a mouthy girl and putting Luke in his place no matter how big or powerful he was. And I loved that Luke gave as much back to Reese and making her blush at any opportunity.

I must say I did miss the MMA element as the beginning of the story Luke was actually retiring from the profession so there was no sweaty fights or Reese shouting for her man from the sidelines. I was expecting some of that action.
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