The story of two people figuring out what they need for happiness, and what they are willing to give up for it.
Hmm, Steele or Grey? I love them both. Being het - I'd like to run away with Grey, but I identify with Steele.
The first few chapters are grating. But if you can hang on - it get's better. I'm at the end of book 2 and only a few of the male voices make me wince. Shucks I even noticed the slip up of Christian speaking like Ethan.
O.M.G. This was a struggle to put down. Do yourself a favor - start it when you have some time when folks won't be interrupting you...My husband has received some chilling glares.
Although the sex at first was a bit much for me - as this was a co-workers book club read - I think if folks can get through that they will see a very interesting story about two worlds intertwining.
Still a bit nervous about the book club meeting with a co-worker and 10 strangers...but it'll certainly be a growth point.
I think I might actully listen to this again. I almost never do that, but I fell in love with some of the characters. I'll admit I was worried about how it would end, but I was happy with how it was handled. The tripping back and forth through the two timelines at first was a stressor, but over time I learned why it was there, and it ceased to be a bother, but a guiding star.
Oh so many. I think though that it would be Poppet. Part of me would like one day to see it continued on with her tale.
At the party as her dress shifted to green.
Isabel's readings, her being set free, Bailey's debate to stay or go.
Loved it. And I am not normally a fan of stories not set in the current day or near future. The imagery was stunning. The characters, at least one, will appeal to you- and you will want to continue on to see does their tale go the way you think it does...
Well worth a listen.
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