Kyland is an emotionally beautiful story of love and second chances

Kyland. Image courtesy Bloom Books
Kyland. Image courtesy Bloom Books /

Mia Sheridan is one of those romance authors who can tear your heart out and put it back together in a matter of pages. That’s exactly what she did with Kyland, part of her Signs of Love series.

While everyone tends to know her from Archer’s Voice, the other books in the series tend not to get as much hype. Even so, that’s why it’s so exciting to see Bloom Books picking them up and republishing them in paperback formats.

I know that most people start with Archer’s Voice by Mia Sheridan, but I actually started with Travis before moving on to Kyland. The two are some of the most heavy and emotional romances I’ve ever read yet they’re some of the most beautiful, too.

If you’re looking to dive into Mia Sheridan’s books, then I feel like Kyland is an incredible place to start and is one of those romance books you won’t forget long after you’ve turned the final page.

Kyland by Mia Sheridan is an emotional yet beautiful love story.

Some romance books are just that: romance books yet Kyland by Mia Sheridan is much more than that. It’s an epic love story between the titular character, Kyland, and Tenleigh. While the two connect under unique circumstances, they quickly form a friendship that eventually turns into more.

One thing I must say about Mia Sheridan’s books is that she really makes you fall in love with these characters. Both Kyland and Tenleigh are dealing with so much as 17-year-olds including dealing with mental illness, poverty, and people trying to tear them apart. As incredible as their story is, it’s not without its hardships.

Regardless, the reason why I couldn’t put this book down aside from the romance was the characters. While Tenleigh has her sister, she’s still dealing with a lot and Kyland has a lot on his shoulders, too. In a way, these two only have each other and it makes sense that they’d end up together. Even so, this book didn’t feel predictable in any way.

Kyland didn’t take the same tropes and just repackage them into something new. Rather, the story flowed so naturally and made for an unputdownable read. While there are some spicy moments within the pages, I feel like the romance and love radiating from the pages is what will make you keep reading.

Honestly, I don’t want to get into too many plot details because I went in, knowing nothing and I feel like it’s best that way. Kyland does feature some hard-hitting subjects as mentioned above, but it ends up being such a harrowing story of love and second chances that you won’t want to pick it down.

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Kyland by Mia Sheridan is out now in paperback wherever books are sold. 

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