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  • Age is just a number

    Age is just a number. Why settle in life because you let that number get in the way. At this point in Layne’s life she figured she would have the house, husband and little feet running around. Well she has the house but not the other two. She is a very successful attorney that owns her own firm. But the men she dates just don’t seem to last. She is not going to settle just for the point of having everything she wants. She wants love, companionship, affection with the man she will spend the rest of her life with. The only guy she is herself with is Griffin. Only problem to her is he is 10 years younger and her best friend’s brother. But with Griffin she is herself. They have a great time when they are together. When she first met him he was 23 and in her eyes had a lot of growing up to do. But as the years go on and still she has not found “the one” she becomes involved with Griffin. She never realizes that his attraction to her is real and exactly what she is looking for. They are perfect together. If not for the age difference she would give into her feelings and admit to him he is what she has been looking for in a partner. It takes a job offer out of state to have her realize that if she doesn’t make her feelings known to him she could lose her chance at what she has been searching for. Will she finally admit to herself and to Griffin he is what she wants or live with regret of never knowing if this could have been her happily ever after.

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  • So Good!

    I’m not usually into books where the female main character is older, but I really enjoyed this one! I love Kendall’s books and this was no different. Layne and Griffin were amazing characters and I enjoyed their story! You get a lot in this story- friendship, funny moments, sad moments- and I loved every minute of it. 5 Stars

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  • Enjoyable romance!

    Kendall Ryan is one of my go-to authors and I was really excited about this friends-to-lovers/older woman, younger man story. Layne is a very successful and independent woman. She owns her own law firm and when the story begins, she's in her mid-30's and has really started thinking hard about wanting a family and specifically a child. The biggest problem with that is she is terribly single. Griffin is 10 years Layne's junior and is the brother of her best friend. When we start, he's fresh out of school and is working as a massage therapist. As we progress, he ends up with a career in architecture. He's caring, a loyal friend and extremely attractive. Griffin has always had a thing for Layne, but can he get her to put their age difference aside and focus on how they feel about one another instead of always using the age gap as a crutch? There's no doubt that Layne has feelings for him too, but she has so many hang-ups about all of it that she may end up sabotaging herself in the end. I loved Griffin in this story. He was a great friend, was supportive and he never got overbearing and pushy even when he could have. There were things I really liked about Layne too, the fact that she was so independent and was a career woman who still wanted to have a family were huge pluses for me. The one thing that ate at me was the fact that she kept the age difference front and center for so long. I understand it could be a concern, but to me age is just a number and if your feelings are there and the person makes you happy, you should at least explore it! This was another really enjoyable read.

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  • Cute Read!

    How to Date a Younger Man was a cute read. Griffin and Layne are easy to like characters who are sweet and funny. I enjoyed reading about their relationship and how it progresses. They have a strong connection, one of them just can't see that it can be much more right away. Luckily one of them is persistent and the other opens up their eyes to what's right in front of them. It was an enjoyable read!

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  • A swoon-worthy, sexy fun read!

    Kendall gave us a read that had me hanging on every word from the very first page. This book had it all.... Age gap✔ Bestfriends brother✔ Younger man, older woman✔ Successful Attorney✔ Architect finding his way ✔ If this sounds like your kind of book then grab your kindle, settle in to a comfy reading spot because once you start you won't be willing to stop. Layne and Griffin's story was all kinds of sweet, fun, sexy, frustrating, witty, swoon-worthy and one that I absolutely LOVED! If you're ready to fall for Griffin and his love for Layne then prepare to be captivated!

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