When she stumbles into Ryan Campbell’s creative writing class, he is only “Mr. Campbell” to her, until Ryan finds himself captivated by her writing and she is forced to face their mutual attraction. His cocky know-it-all syndrome is enough to send her running in the other direction, and his posse of female admirers and playboy reputation are enough to squander any odds in her favor.
But underneath Ryan’s abrasive façade is something to behold, and she can’t stay away for long. Ryan and Kate must decide who they’re willing to become and fight against their former selves if they want to make things work. That’s if academia, vicious vixens, old skeletons, and their own mastery at self-destruction don’t pummel their efforts first.
My Quick Review:
What is it with books about self-destructive people in relationships with other self-destructive people?! My goodness, these books are everywhere!
With that said, I did enjoy Preservation and the characters. I wouldn’t say that I loved it or that it’s fantastic but it’s a good read.
Overall Rating: 3.5 out of 5