Billionaires, bombshells, and models have started to dwindle a bit in contemporary romance, yet Kennedy Ryan’s latest book makes a compelling argument for their return. Until I’m Yours is the fourth book in Ryan’s Bennett series. Ryan explores the ins and outs of high society with characters that challenge the status quo. Until I’m Yours follows a heroine that’s hardened and challenging, one that will be very familiar for fans of the previous books in the series. Ryan’s exploration of wealth, healing, and romance is exactly what you need if you like heroines with an edge.
Sofie Baston has made a career out of modeling. She’s outlasted the competition and made her status as a model over the age of thirty something to savor, especially in an industry that emphasizes youth as beauty. Her career has furthered the rift with her father, a high-powered man who wanted her to get a prestigious education and follow in his footsteps in the bourgeois elite. Instead, Sofie is proud of her body and the art it can contribute to.
Business man and entrepreneur Trevor Bishop has worked his ass off to get to where he is today. While his story of business success involves a classic dropout-from-Princeton style plot, Trevor is serious as hell about his work. His success has come from creating sustainable business models in other countries that encourage their individual agency and methods. Trevor Bishop is a good man who’s made it big—and when he sees Sofie Baston modeled on a billboard, he’s a man with a new mission in mind.