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Reviewed by Rachel McGrath for Readers' Favorite
Single Rider is the first novel by Skye Leah Collett and it is not your traditional romance, young adult fiction. The story centres on Kenzie, a thirty-something, single woman who aspires to be a writer, and revels in her independent lifestyle. With a bout of writer’s block, Kenzie distracts herself with parties, nights out with her friends or family, and men! She doesn’t want a relationship, in fact she avoids them at all costs. Not your typical beauty, Kenzie’s sex appeal is evident through the pages, and whilst you want her to settle down with one of her conquests, as a reader you admire her strength of character.
Then there are the men in Kenzie’s life: Dash, the too good to be true ex-husband; Michael, the man who desperately wants more from Kenzie than a quick shag; and Max, a sexy old flame, who seems to turn up and ruffle Kenzie’s feathers. The mix of family members and a little bit of drama here and there make this a well rounded story with depth of characters that you don’t get in your standard, everyday romance story.
This is a fun, enjoyable read, and it made me personally reminisce about my single years, and the madness and fun of it all. Skye Leah Collett writes in a casual and easy style, which fits the book and Kenzie’s characteristics aptly. Single Rider has a style that will absolutely appeal to young adults with a story line that does not fit the predictable mould, which I found very engaging, a highly enjoyable read and definitely worth five stars!