This Could Be Us by Kennedy Ryan

Embracing Strength and Resilience in Kennedy Ryan’s “This Could Be Us” – A Skyland Series Masterpiece

Reflecting on my experience with “This Could Be Us” by Kennedy Ryan, a month post-read, the words to encapsulate the profound impact of this novel remain elusive. The second installment in the Skyland series, designed as interconnected standalones, brings us Soledad’s story – a tale of betrayal, resilience, and self-discovery.

Soledad, the CEO of her home, mirrors the strength of countless women, and her journey becomes a relatable reflection of empowerment. Enter Judah, a man of actions, whose caring demeanor and straightforward approach stand in stark contrast to the chaos surrounding him. Kennedy Ryan’s meticulous research is evident, enriching the narrative with insights into diverse themes, from autism to interracial marriages.

Ryan’s storytelling prowess doesn’t merely promise a love story but rather a journey of empowerment, self-discovery, and the unbreakable bonds of sisterhood. “This Could Be Us” is a masterfully woven tale of strength, resilience, and self-discovery, leaving me eagerly anticipating the audiobook release and already contemplating a future reread. If you’re seeking a narrative that goes beyond romance, offering a profound exploration of life’s complexities, “This Could Be Us” is a must-add to your TBR!

Book Stats:
Rating 3.5/5
Series: A Skyland Series
Tropes: Single Parent, Slow Burn, forbidden,
Pop: 75%