Panic by Ryan Ringbloom ~ Book Review

Book Synopsis:

Robin fell in love with Kent, the boy next door, a long time ago. Once their romance is rekindled, getting married and starting a family seems like the obvious next step. But fate throws a wrench in that plan. Now Robin is tempted to walk away from their relationship rather than settle for anything less than perfect with the man she loves. Bailey is certainly not the boy next door, yet Shayna fell for his well-played act. But real love only exists in the movies. When a chance encounter binds them together, Shayna finds herself relying on Bailey more than she could ever have expected. And while their resources are slim and their circumstances are far from perfect, she and Bailey slowly discover that they do have something special to give…. When things don’t go exactly as planned, it’s hard not to PANIC. MATURE CONTENT Strong Language/Sexual situations

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About the Author

Ryan Ringbloom lives for anything Romance. The passion, love, angst, awkwardness... she loves all of it. When Ryan needs a break from reality she sneaks off to read a romantic story or write one of her own. Drinking coffee, reading Tweets and hugs from her five year old are the best part of her day. You can follow her on Twitter: @RyanRingbloom or visit her website at You can also find her on Goodreads and Facebook Feel free to contact her, she would love it!


This is the first story I have read by this Author. While I was little confused in the beginning with the back and forth, and maybe reading the other books in the series would have helped me, it was still an interesting read that didn’t disappoint on raw emotions. Robin and Kent get a little annoying with the back and forth where you just want to scream at them to make up their mind!!

Once the author introduces Bailey and Shayna things take a slightly different direction, this second half of the book was a bit easier to read, and I found the story flowed a lot nicer, and was easier to follow. Still heartbreaking in it’s own way, partially because I can relate with the characters somewhat.

Over all a good read, which isn’t my typical go to story line, but it was nice for a change. I give this book and 3 ½ star, the Happy ending is what saved it for me.

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~*Disclaimer: This post was written by Amanda. I received the above book in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are honest and my own.*~


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