Sunday, 17 April 2016

REVIEW: Slow & Steady (Alphas Undone, Book 2) by Kendall Ryan



When Greyson Archer tosses a twenty on the stage of a strip club, the last thing he expects to see are the haunted green eyes staring back at him. Finley should be home raising her infant daughter and baking cookies, not tucking singles into her G-string and giving lap dances.

Greyson can't deny that he'd like his own private show, but there's not a chance in hell of that happening. The last time the former Navy SEAL saw her she was dressed in black, holding a folded flag and sobbing that it was all his fault... and he agreed with every single word. He couldn't do anything to help her then, but he can now.

Finley deserves better than this dingy club, and when an obsessed customer crosses the line, Greyson leads the rescue and will do whatever it takes to make amends for their broken past.

He never expected to want to settle down, but with Finley, everything is different. For the first time ever, he can breathe. But Greyson will have to fight for what he wants in order to keep the woman with the green eyes he's dreamed about so often.

Slow & Steady is book 2 in the Alphas Undone series, but can be read as a standalone novel, as it features a new couple.


This is the first Kendall read for me. I’m telling you now, this is definitely a case of “It’s not you; it’s me”. This is the 2nd standalone in the Alphas Undone series. I haven’t read the 1st one but I didn’t feel lost. I would imagine the MCs had small parts in it.

Greyson and Finley crossed path again a couple of years after the death of Finley’s husband, a Navy Seal like Greyson and actually Greyson’s friend as well. Grey blamed himself for his death. So did Finley. After their path crossed again, Grey felt the pull and the need to take care of her. Finley was still dealing with Grey’s part in her husband’s death.

I barely connected with Grey and Finley. I didn’t understand their bond considering the length of time they were apart plus the fact that the way they met again was purely coincidental. I sorta’ understood Grey’s struggles and I guess I kinda’ got where Finley is coming from.

Otherwise, it’s all good, I suppose. There were some emotional moments that helped with both their healing. The drama in the middle helped move the story. And it’s a short read.

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