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  • Perfect intro to a new series!

    Every Little Promise was the perfect morsel to introduce readers to the all-new Orchid Valley Series! This short story holds so much within its pages…young love, heartbreak, sorrow, hidden truths, and second chances. It’s dual-POV story line along with the glimpses into Marston and Brinley’s past has an intensely emotional narrative that feeds the reader’s curiosity for more. The chemistry between the characters is wicked hot. But no matter how strong their connection is, you begin to wonder why now?…after so many years have passed, what held them back from reconnecting?…and what secrets are we about to find out? This quick-read novella sets up perfectly for Every Little Piece of Me! And after the cliffhanger I was left with, I’m ALL IN with discovering what’s still to come. I cannot wait!

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  • wow great start to a new series

    WOW. What a start to a series. If this is just the beginning I cannot wait to see it through. Most novellas are too short and I feel leave out so much. Not this one. Yes there are some things that are not given away in this novella, like who is Cami. But this novella is the perfect start. You learn who and what these characters are about. Marston and Brinley come from totally different backgrounds. But they are so perfect together. If you don’t fall in love with him there is seriously something wrong with you. Don’t get me started on the ending. PERFECT. I cannot wait for more.

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  • ...beautifully, flawed, irresistible journey.

    Escape into a tale of lost love, new hope and perhaps a chance at forever. Brinley and Martson get off to a spellbinding start. Ryan captures the best and worst of what a heart has to offer with deep thought, mesmerizing emotion and unpredictable characters to beautifully, flawed, irresistible journey.

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  • Loved Second Chance-Opposites Attract Love Story

    Every Little Promise is the first book that I have read by Lexi Ryan and I really loved it. I gave this novella a try because it was free on Amazon and seemed like a book I would enjoy and even pre-ordered the first book in the Orchid Valley series. I really loved Every Little Promise and could not put it down. Who doesn't love a second chance at love and opposites attract romance. Lexi Ryan is definitely an author I will read more from. I love how Every Little Promise is written in the first person from the perspective of the two main characters and enjoy how it includes flashbacks from events that took place over ten years ago that impact both characters. Every Little Promise is the story of Brinley Knox, poor little rich girl and Marston Rowe, her first love who was "the staff". The story begins with Brinley and Marston meeting in a Las Vegas casino bar ten and half years after last seeing each other. Brinley has been stalking Marston and hoped that he would be at this particular casino bar on this particular night, her twenty-seventh birthday, the anniversary of the date that he first kissed her, her first kiss. Through the flashback scenes we discover that Marston was part of the staff working Brinley's elaborate sixteenth birthday party. Marston got into trouble at home with an addict mother and an unknown father, and finds himself living with his Aunt Lori, who works for the Knox family, to finish up his senior year of high school. Brinley had hoped to experience her first kiss with her boyfriend, Roman Humphries, at her birthday party, but instead she wanders into the kitchen and finds Marston and that changes the events of her life, much to her parents disapproval. Brinley and Marston share stolen moments in the flashback scenes, he helps her deal with her younger sister, Brittany's, recurring battle with cancer. In the Las Vegas scenes, Marston buys Brinley all the things he could never afford when they were together as teenagers. Marston has made something of himself in the years that they have been apart, but is still in love with Brinley. Every Little Promise is filled with wonderful characters, from the rich snobs in Brinley's flashbacks to the loving friends that both Brinley and Marston surround themselves with in the current day. I loved the way that Lexi Ryan told their story. I loved the poignant and bittersweet moments, and all the light moments from their Las Vegas adventure. It was the surprise ending that had me hooked. I loved the bittersweet ending of their story and could cannot wait to read Every Little Piece of Me when it is released.

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  • Review: Orchid Valley 0.5: Every Little Promise

    Every Little Promise by Lexi Ryan is a prequel novella that introduces her new series, Orchid Valley . A story of childhood friends and lovers, separated by ten years and social class, an appearingly random run-in in Vegas leaves two hearts in tatters and filled with indecisiveness. Second chances do happen - but will Brinley & Marston take full advantage of theirs or squander ita way? Emotional, powerful, well-written and well-paced especially for an introduction and novella length story. Loved it! Enjoy!

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