One night in Vegas. One shot at a second chance.
When I fell in love with Brinley Knox, she was the spoiled daughter of the wealthiest family in Orchid Valley. I was the troublemaker orphan, brought to town to find the straight and narrow.
She was the homecoming princess. I was the hired help.
She was the perfect daughter. I was the cautionary tale.
We were young enough to think we could beat the odds. Naïve enough to think the world would make room for true love. Neither of us was prepared for the bitter cold of reality.
I haven’t seen her for ten years. Until tonight.
Face-to-face with a woman who should be a stranger, I recognize the heart of the girl I never stopped loving.
She’s giving me one night. I’m betting everything on making it more.
From New York Times bestselling author Lexi Ryan comes a sexy and emotional new story. Every Little Promise is a 28,000-word prequel to Every Little Piece of Me.
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So excited for this new series!
So excited for this new series! I was so excited when Lexi let us know that she was creating a new series, and even more excited when she surprise released this novella as a prequel to it! While it gave us some backstory, it totally left me with a lot of questions I’m dying to get answered in the first book. We meet Brinley and Marston, who meet as teenagers and are essentially from opposite sides of the track. Brinley is the rich girl while Marston is the bad boy, and they have a chance meeting that sparks their relationship that’s provided in flashbacks. Focusing in the present tense is the pair meeting up after years apart where they also lost contact, and seeing how things have drastically changed for each other. I’m so excited and interested to see where this storyline turns during the full novel!
I voluntarily read and reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.
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!
Loved it but hate the way it ended!
Great storyline and characters! Ups and downs and sweet reunion but I don’t like the ending.