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USA Today bestselling author Meghan Quinn is a spin-off of Amazon’s #1 bestseller, A Not So Meet Cute and So Not Meant To Be Always After.

Ryot Bisley is my husband.

Yes, former Chicago Bobbies third baseman and absolute heartbeat of the Windy City. That Ryot Bisley.

When I met him, he was a surly, terrible host, and he left me on his couch with nothing but a nylon baseball flag for a blanket.

The second time, he reluctantly invited me to dinner, he stared at my chest all night and still had a scowl on his face.

The third time . . . Well that was a game changer. His smile captivated me, his jokes enchanted me and his caresses excited me.

When he was called up to the majors, that didn’t stop us from beating him out of the park and all the way down the hall.

Eleven years later… I’d like to say we’re happier than ever, but the man who used to text me every day is long gone and Mr. Frowny Face is back.

He’s so focused on building a life after baseball that he doesn’t see the life we’ve already built together. . .so I make the difficult decision and serve her the divorce papers.

The problem is… my husband refuses to accept these papers. Instead, he has a new game plan that makes it a little difficult to untie the knot in our marriage. And just when he thought he wanted me changed. . . He slowly and enticingly pushes me inside.

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My God, wow. Another WINNER from Meghan Quinn. After reading the blurb for this book, she knew it was going to be an emotional book, but man, he wasn’t ready for all the tears.

“The beat of your heart is the rhythm of my life, and without it in the palm of my hand I am a wanderer without direction.”

Myla and Ryot have been married for years and were in a committed relationship until recently. Their chemistry is off the charts and the love we saw was so great. Ryot was a professional baseball player until an injury forced him to retire early. After retiring, he launched an app with his brother and another retired classmate. Without consulting his wife Myla, Ryot moved across the country with them to make this new dream come true.

In the months after she moved to California, Myla began to hate her husband, to the point of filing her divorce papers with him. Obviously taken by surprise, Ryot does not accept this and wants to do whatever it takes to get them back together. He asks them to stay together and act like a couple of his friends and get married for 3 weeks, and then they can go their separate ways, though that’s really the furthest thing from what Ryot wants.

We see so many emotions in both: love, hate, resentment, anger, sadness, disgust. You name it, these two go through it for the next 3 weeks. Even when they fight, you can feel the love that the two have for each other.

Will Ryot find a way for them to stay together, or will all hope be lost in their marriage?

I loved many things about this book. My favorite part of this book was the love for these characters. In each chapter, we alternate between past and present, and you can see and feel the love for these characters bouncing off these pages.

I really loved the two main characters, which I don’t find in common for me. I understood both perspectives of the situation and empathized with them equally.

The secondary characters in this book were wonderful. Especially Nichole and Banner. I hope Banner (and Penn) get books in this series. I really want more of Nichole’s story. I hope this is not the last we hear of her.

It’s no secret that A Not so Meet Cute is one of my favorite books of all time. I have listened to the audio countless times. Every time I see Meghan Quinn bring us back into this world, I’m TOTALLY APPROPRIATE. Starting a Meghan Quinn book is always exciting. You know that in the end you are going to laugh (HARD). You know you’re going to get amazing characters with intense chemistry and lots of sexy moments. You know you’re going to get a story full of laughs and romance.

You’ll witness characters form relationships and eventually fall in love, and we’ve got all of that in this book, but what I didn’t expect, what I wasn’t prepared for, was the emotional roller coaster that Untying the Knot would take on me. I’m so used to reading books that end in Happily Ever After, but what happens then? What really happens after Happily Ever After? That’s what Untying the Knot is all about… the after.

Untying The Knot is told from the point of view of the past and the present and was perfect for showing us how Ryot and Myla’s story came to be. The two meet under rather amusing circumstances. Ryot was focused on his future as a professional baseball player and Myla was the girl he never expected. She was beautiful, unique, and the kind of girl he wanted in his life, but it wasn’t easy. The two became friends before becoming something else.

Myla was a girl with a broken past that had scarred her emotionally and it took Ryot a long time to finally break down her walls, but Myla was also there for him and supported Ryot throughout his baseball career. As in any relationship, things haven’t always been easy, but what happens when you feel unappreciated, unimportant, forgotten?

This was one of those stories that shows how caught up we can be in our own lives, sometimes forgetting the promises we made to someone else. Myla had reached a point in her relationship where she felt ignored and alone and she no longer wanted to fight for her marriage. Needless to say, Ryot is completely caught off guard when he asks for a divorce without understanding why. I’m leaving it here because I don’t want to spoil what happens next, but I can assure you that you will be frustrated, laugh and definitely cry.

Untying the Knot was not just a story about the sacrifices and compromises of marriage, it is a story about family, friendship and love; a story about those who support you for better or for worse. It’s a story about second gears and forgiveness. I listened to the audiobook narrated by the amazing Stella Hunter and Jason Clarke and they were both phenomenal in their roles as Myla and Ryot. As I listened to them, I felt each emotion much stronger and deeper.

I laughed a lot at the antics that took place between Ryot and Myla, but it was the last 25% of the book that got me and I cried more than I laughed. Not only did I love meeting Ryot and Myla, but the supporting characters in this book, as well as catching up with Hux, JP, Breaker, Lottie, and Kelsey, rounded out this story. I can’t wait for Breaker’s Story.

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