Ryder's Salvation (Unconventional Series #3)

Ryder's Salvation (Unconventional Series #3)

by Verna Clay

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940045569323
Publisher: Verna Clay
Publication date: 01/08/2014
Series: Unconventional , #3
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 179,757
File size: 215 KB

About the Author

My perfect day: laptop; WiFi availability; java mocha; characters demanding their stories be told; a plot that comes together; and hours to live in an alternate reality. Seriously, I have always loved reading, and now I love writing. As a preteen, I devoured Nancy Drew and Hardy Boys Mysteries. When I reached my teen years, the romance genre became my favorite and that has never changed. After years of procrastinating, I tried my hand at writing and I've been doing so with a passion ever since. I have written over twenty-five romance novels and novellas in the genres of contemporary, contemporary western, historical western, fantasy, and paranormal. Because I hate saying goodbye to characters who have lived with me for months, I usually create a series so they can be revisited from book to book. I have also written a Young Adult novella titled "Fragile Hearts" using the pen name of Colleen Clay.

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Ryder's Salvation (Unconventional Series #3) 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Very sweet story. I enjoyed the characters and their situations they went through.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The characters have gone through such emotional trauma and this is beautifully done by this author. I would have given it 5 stars, but I couldn't quite get past what Ryder did to Jenny. I understood his pain and confusion, but the fact that it took him over three years to contact her again, and then he only did it because he was forced to face what he had done to her made me just not like or trust him. If the time apart had been shorter, or we had seen him agonize more about missing her during those years apart, I might have trusted him more. As it was, I thought he was a completely selfish cad who understood what he did was wrong yet never tried to make it right until forced to see the consequences. Even then it was only because of Joy that he finally put his self pity aside long enough to go to Jenny. I found myself wondering if he ever would have contacted Jenny if it weren't for Joy. Jaunting around Europe for three years did not sound like he was suffering. Other than not liking the male lead, though, the story was very well written.
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