THE HOOKUP HANDBOOK – A Kendall Ryan Review


Talk about swoon-worthy romance. Kendall Ryan’s feel good romance strikes again with this friend’s little sister trope! Off the heels of her first male escort romance, readers are re-introduced to Case as the owner of the entire escort business. Run out of his home and grown since he become an escort in college to improve his own skills in the bedroom. Filled with attitude and sexy as sin, Case is now also grump as can be due to his main muscle not working so well with the ladies anymore. Tired, worn out, and stressed from trying to write his debut novel on how he came to be, Case is desperate for some administrative help. When one of his lead men, Ryder, offers to let his sister who’s freshly graduated and ready to make her way out into a career to come in and help him out.

Sienna helps more than even she knows. Now she’s begun to stir Case’s lust alongside his brain. He’s writing more often and better pages when she’s around. But the temptation is a bit too much for both of them when Sienna decides to tempt him even further. Reading page after page of his exploits and talents has left her hot and bothered. What’s a girl to do when her boss is a world-class escort with a reputation longer than her student debt. Days, and nights, in Case’s office leads to them both crossing the line into passion; but they decide to keep it a secret from her brother. And it does NOT go well.

Case fears he’s not good enough for Sienna, while she fears that he never wanted anything more than to get over his physical “issue”. A classic romance trope where a simple discussion could force these two back together! I feel as if I say it with every review for Ryan, but her romances are just clean, happy romances (Despite it being about a male escort LOL). There’s no nefarious twist to why the hero and heroine can’t be together. There’s always a HEA and its done so well and beautifully written to make your heart aflutter with happens when the end finally comes. Another hot and fun read to add to your TBR for sure!

A hot new brother’s best friend standalone romance from New York Times best selling author Kendall Ryan is live available everywhere.


My love wand is on a strike.

As bad as that blows, pun unintended, it’s ten times worse for me. I’m a male escort, but not just any escort, I’m the escort. The one with a mile-long waiting list and a pristine reputation that’s very well-deserved.

Only now, I’m on hiatus. Because after years of pleasing women all over the city, my man missile decides to get finicky. And the only woman he wants? Someone I can never have—my best friend’s younger sister, the nerdy and awkwardly adorable Sienna.

She’s working at the agency this summer, keeping me organized, handling paperwork, and most importantly, keeping me on track to finish writing my book about sex and intimacy, which is due to my publisher in thirty days.

She thinks I hate her, that I don’t want her here. The truth is much more twisted. I get hard every time she walks into my office. Her wide blue eyes and pouty mouth drive me wild with desire, and if she stays, I’m not sure how much longer I can stay away from her.

Little Miss Overachiever says she’s here to help? Fine. I’m going to put her nerdy, curvy tush to work.

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About Kendall Ryan

A New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and USA Today bestselling author of more than three dozen titles, Kendall Ryan has sold over 2.5 million books and her books have been translated into several languages in countries around the world.
Her books have also appeared on the New York Times and USA Today bestseller lists more than 70 times. Ryan has been featured in such publications as USA Today, Newsweek, and InTouch Magazine.

She lives in Texas with her husband and two sons.

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