Jul 30

Can’t Fight It by Kaylee Ryan and Lacey Black Review



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From the moment she showed up on my doorstep, I knew our lives would never be the same. I felt it deep in my soul that she was going to change us forever. I didn’t know how, but I knew she was important. I tried to maintain the distance between us, but it was too strong to fight.

With each passing day, I saw a future I never planned flash before my eyes—one with a fairytale ending. The only problem is that someone wanted to take that away from me, away from us. I just found her, and no way am I letting her go that easily.  Hollis is family, my family, and I’ll do whatever it takes to protect her.


Colton Callahan wasn’t what I expected. I was in desperate need of a fresh start, ready for something new, but all it took was one look at those intoxicating blue eyes for me to reevaluate everything. I tried to stay detached, but something about him just called to me.

It took no time at all for me to fall. Not only for the man I share a living space with, but also his son, Milo. The problem is my past is not too far behind, trailing behind me and slowly catching up. When it finally does, I have a choice to make—run away, leaving them behind, or stay and fight, potentially putting them in danger. Either way, I could lose it all.

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I’ve really enjoyed this series, and as a long-time reader of Lacey Black’s, these collaborations with Kaylee Ryan have been fantastic. These characters are relatable and endearing, and I’ve gotten lost in each of these books. While each book can be read as a standalone, I recommend reading the series in order.

Colton’s story kicks off in the previous book in the series, Just Getting Started when he returns home from the military to learn that he’s a single father. Fast-forward a few months, he’s building a life for himself and his son, Milo, when he decides to rent out the in-law suite of his home. Hollis took Colton by surprise in a lot of ways. Hollis guards her past fiercely, and she’s in Fair Lakes, her grandmother’s hometown, for a fresh start. The sparks were flying between them, but Colton and Hollis took it slow, and their sweet friendship finally caught fire.

I love single dad romances, and Can’t Fight It was a really great one. Sweet, sexy and emotional with a bit of a suspenseful edge, Lacey and Kaylee did a phenomenal blending their styles into an unputdownable story. Five smooches from me for Can’t Fight It by Kaylee Ryan and Lacey Black!

~Danielle Palumbo




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