Sunny Shelly’s Review: Saylor, by Kelsie Rae

Saylor is LIVE!
If you love…
✔️second chance romance

✔️a sexy, single dad

✔️a nerdy school teacher
then you’ll love Saylor by Kelsie Rae.

When Owen Daniels, my high school sweetheart, skipped town to become a college football star, he shattered my heart––and my dreams.
Eventually, despite being used to the numbness, I worked hard to grow into the best elementary school teacher I could be.
And I was fine.
Until a familiar last name popped up on my classroom roster.
Owen’s back.
But he’s not alone.
And my adorable new student who calls him Daddy?
He should’ve been mine.
No matter how easily that sweet little boy has managed to slip past my defenses, I’m committed to keeping my brittle heart safe from his father.
But Owen has made his intentions clear. He’s hell-bent on winning me back.
So, when my little sister hatches a plan for revenge, I’m officially on board.
After all, we’re playing by my rules now.

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Sunny Shelly’s Review: 5 Stars

Ah! It’s been a year since Skye, the last book in Kelsie Rae’s Signature Sweethearts book came out, and I forgot all about Saylor and her ex-boyfriend, the hot former football player/single dad! There were bits and pieces of Saylor and Owen’s history that we got in the Skye and Sway books (the other two sisters), and now we finally, finally get their story!

This is second-chance romance at its finest. It is angsty and sweet, swoony and romantic. Owen is going for the Hail Mary of reunions, and he pulls out all the stops when it comes to gaining Saylor’s trust again. She doesn’t let her guard down easily, which I liked, and makes him work for it. They are both coming from a mature place — him wanting to correct the biggest mistake of his life and her not wanting to get crushed again by him the way she had ten years ago. But they communicate, they don’t play games — aside from one incident where Saylor’s insecurities get the best of her and she runs rather than talk things out with Owen. But overall, this was a wonderful, delightful, sweet reunion!

I was kinda disappointed when the reason behind Owen and Saylor’s breakup was finally revealed. I get it, and understand why Owen did what he did. But had Saylor known the truth, she maybe would have gone after him, and I think it would have saved both of them a lot of heartache and misery over the last few years. Then again, like Owen says, their journey was rocky and twisted, but he wouldn’t have Grady in his life had he not broken both of their hearts. And that is one adorable kid!

The proposal scene was absolutely perfect, and brought a tear to my eye. I loved this book, and how it takes place during the time that Skye and Liam are split up, so it then dovetails with their reunion.

I received an advanced copy and voluntarily left a review.

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