Ryan’s Bed by Tijan
Three star reviews are always the hardest to write, because while I didn’t love this book I didn’t hate it. It just falls into the I enjoyed it but it’s fairly forgettable to me category.
Tijan’s books are a guilty pleasure for me, she dishes out the angst and drama and I sit there and spoon and spoon and spoon it right up and then look to my dealer Tijan for another hit. The woman knows how to write teenage issues for adult eyes, and she does it well.
I liked the premise of this book and the idea of it more than the execution, a girl who lost her sister and crawls into the bed of a boy she doesn’t know needing sleep. Recipe for an addicting story yes? Well, 50% from me. I loved the first half of this book and it totally fizzled out after halfway. I wasn’t impressed by Ryan, and having read 20+ Tijan books now there are so many aspects of the story that just started to blend in with all her other books. I want something fresh, not something I’ve read before.
Anyways, if you are a Tijan-mega fan I am sure this is the book for you. An enjoyable read, but one I probably won’t remember well in a couple of months.
ARC provided by the author in exchange for an honest review