Title: Why Can’t This Be Love?
Author: R.K. Ryals
Genre: New Adult
Release Date: July 29th, 2016
Cover Designer: Regina Wamba
Spring break her junior year is supposed to be Tori Allen’s chance to catch the eye of wicked hot Corey Sanders, the bouncer at The Cube, an eighteen and under club.
Only what should have been a night to remember turns into a grody tryst that chases her into the arms of inner city boy, Dylan Black.
A malfunctioning photo booth, a crazy game of midnight madness bowling, and suddenly her memorable night becomes one totally rad adventure.
R.K. Ryals is the author of emotional and gripping young adult and new adult paranormal romance, contemporary romance, and fantasy. With a strong passion for charity and literacy, she works as a full time writer encouraging people to “share the love of reading one book at a time.” An avid animal lover and self-proclaimed coffee-holic, R.K. Ryals was born in Jackson, Mississippi and makes her home in the Southern U.S. with her husband, her three daughters, a rescue dog named Oscar the Grouch, her bullmastiff Luther Von Keisel, and a coffee pot she honestly couldn’t live without. Should she ever become the owner of a fire-breathing dragon (tame of course), her life would be complete.
An active advocate for autism, poverty, anti-bullying, and literacy, you can contact her at:
Other Books by R.K. Ryals
The Redemption series:
Redemption (Book 1)
Ransom (Book 2)
Retribution (Book 3)
Revelation (Book 4 )
The Acropolis series:
The Acropolis (Book 1)
The Thorne Trilogy:
The Scribes of Medeisia:
The Legend series (A standalone series):
Retaliation Bridge (Coming soon)
The Mysterious Pathway (Coming soon)
The Embrace Yourself series (A standalone series):
“Books carried me through my childhood. They carried me through cold nights and hot days, through hunger and fear. I grew up under the poverty level, and my family spent a lot of time telling each other stories to pass the time. I was awkward, clumsy, and different. I was quiet and bookish. I had the same problems as all teenagers. I often felt inadequate and insecure. I was bullied quite frequently. Words carried me. They gave me wings and helped me fly. They brought me through grief and despair, through the death of both of my parents and through the journey that came afterward. With time came knowledge and acceptance, and my love for words grew. Stories mean different things to different people. I tell stories because, through them, I grow as a person and as a writer. Remember, life isn’t always easy. There are never guarantees, and we are all different for a reason. Embrace your awkward. Be unique. Change your fairytale. Because what makes you different makes you beautiful.”