Unexpected Odds (Unexpected Arrivals #5) by Kaylee Ryan


They say the mistakes of our past shape our future. That we’re molded from experience, from heartache, and from pain.

What happens when your past is riddled with regrets?

How do you see through the fog, to navigate the path to your future?

One breath.
One second.
One minute.
One hour.
One day at a time, you learn to live with your unexpected odds.

My Review:

Unexpected Odds (Unexpected Arrivals #5)Unexpected Odds by Kaylee Ryan

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I had mixed emotions as I started this book. As glad as I am to see the last of the guys find their HEA, I’m still sad to see the series end. I absolutely loved the Beckett construction crew, and their stories are among some of my favorite. I’ve read each books multiple times, and they just get better each time! Kent and Delaney fit so well with each other, it seems like they’ve been together forever.

Delaney had a great childhood, happy and surrounded by loving parents and grandparents. But her life isn’t perfect. Tragedy strikes, leaving her confused, and trying to rebuild everything. When her dad died, he left her with a legacy, that just might lead to her finding out who she is, and where she belongs again.

Kent is just like the other Beckett Construction guys. He is strong, sure of himself, and loves his family. But something is missing from his life. Something he let slip from his grasp, something he would give anything to have back.

Delaney and Kent have history, a connection that is undeniable, and perfect. So many things are working together to keep them apart, and the odds are stacked against them, right from the beginning. But a love that true, that perfect, will conquer all of those odds and come out stronger on the other side. And that is what happened with Delaney and Kent. This book is the perfect ending to this series. It’s totally swoon-worthy, and I just couldn’t get enough!

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