Review ~ Until You Can't by Brittney Sahin

Until You Can'tUntil You Can't by Brittney Sahin
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Until You Can't was a good slow burn type of read but didn’t blow me away. Ryan and Natalia had known each other for a long time and it seemed that they didn’t like each other very much. However I could see that they had a connection. They both were living back at home as they tried to get their lives back on track and started to spend a lot more time together. Due to circumstances that developed, they were trying to find a fake girlfriend for Ryan, and it was quite amusing, as their feelings developed.

I felt that some elements were a bit unrealistic, considering the age of the characters. Being 39 and 32 I would’ve thought that Ryan was man enough to find what he needed. Anthony was a selfish jerk too, so his element of the story really annoyed me. However, when the suspense element kicked in I did enjoy the rush. Realising their feelings I enjoyed seeing Ryan and Natalia finally give into their chemistry and learned to trust one another.

Title: Until You Can't
Author: Brittney Sahin
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Published: October 20, 2022

From Wall Street Journal bestselling author Brittney Sahin comes a thrilling new standalone romance.

She was the girl next door. His brother’s ex. And the woman he spent a decade pretending to hate . . .

After twenty years of service, the Navy told me it’d be too risky to operate again, forcing me to retire as a Navy SEAL. Going back to my hometown to lick my wounds and figure out what came next was never the plan. Neither was having to turn to some old friends to save my younger brother’s life when he wound up in trouble. It was smooth sailing at first. Until I realized my brother lied. And I was falling for my fake girlfriend—my brother’s ex-fiancée.

He wasn’t only my ex’s brother, he was the most frustrating man I’d ever met.

The last person I expected to save me when my Jeep broke down was Ryan Rossi—a distant, broody, sexy man who’d been a thorn in my side for years. I had no time or room for him in my life. I should’ve been on top of the world after my restaurant survived its first year. Instead, I was drowning in debt and living in my childhood home right next door to that handsome thorn.

When Ryan offered help, a favor for a favor, how could I say no? All I had to do was find him a girlfriend within a week. Someone who wasn’t me. Because no way could I offer to fake date him, even if I found myself desiring him at every turn. And yet, the next thing I knew, I was in Tuscany with Ryan down on one knee. For me.

While the relationship may have been fake, the danger wasn’t. And Ryan once again proved not all heroes wear capes.

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