Better Together (Cedarville #4) by Bree Kraemer – Review by Angela Shirley

Better Together (Cedarville #4)Better Together by Bree Kraemer
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Better Together is the fourth book in the Cederville Series and revolves around Ryan and Addison, will Ryan turning his world upside down to live in Cedarville be a mistake or will he find the kick start to his life he has been looking for.

Ryan had his life turned upside down finding out his brother and his wife had had a car accident but the shocking thing is that they had a six year old son which now was an orphan and if Ryan did not rock up to the plate he would spend time in the foster care system.

So Ryan accepts to become the guardian but with his job in Baltimore he needs help adjusting to this new lifestyle, so Ryan decides to look up his brother’s ex-girlfriend but is not sure how this will go down as his brother cheater on her with her mother. As he expected she had no hard feelings towards the instant baby boy in the mix and agreed to help Ryan raise Reed.

There’s one thing Ryan has fell in love with Reed and Cedarville and ends up packing his job in, moving to the sleepy town but was this all become of Reed or is there a stunning brunette mixed in with this decision.

Addison is a smart and pretty, she has always been looked at for her beauty rather than her brains, her friends were always scared that their husbands would have an affair with her, until the moment Ryan Ball entered Cedarville her world spinned on it axis, there was an instant attraction which she could not explain. So once Ryan moved to the sleepy town they decide to act on the attraction the only thing is Ryan has never been good at dating.

I really loved these two characters and the interaction between them and was willing them to succeed in the relationship. I also was invested within the second characters also and enjoyed that they loved and cherished each relationship with in the family they created. This book can be read as a stand-alone but the other books in the series are just as good so I would recommend you read them also.

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