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The Braille Club (The Braille Club Series Book 1) Kindle Edition
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I found the Braille Club an exciting journey through unknown territory that was tremendously gratifying.
Sienna, the beautiful mind that created a world that was extended and furthered by Benedict. Two creative entities that found one another in what seemed a different dimension. Many years after the Original Braille Party that opened Benedict's eyes to emotion like he had ever known, he finds the woman he could never subconsciously get out of his mind. Seen as stand-offish, he searches for that feeling of true emotion he experienced that night, but does not find it in any of the women he entertains and leaves in search of that one perfect kiss.
Members of the Braille Club come from all walks of life, they all have different needs and desires that can be fulfilled properly if you follow their three simple rules.
Join JA Kerr as you journey through this world of darkness and silence, where desires are brought to the forefront and where love can become deadly.
You will never want this story to end!🌺
Benedict is the owner of two of London’s most exclusive spots; the most notable is ‘Braille Club’. The ‘Braille Club’ is modeled after the above scene where Benedict tries to recapture the erotic feelings of a blindfolded touch so many years ago. He’s always in control and prides himself in keeping his emotions closely guarded. But, there is one person who has been able to break through his stoic demeanor; the exotic and mysterious Siena. Siena’s a damaged, and married, woman, but her ties to husband Nick begin to fray and Benedict is in the corner of her guilty mind.
There are a few other members of this cast, but here are some of the most important; Matt- Benedict’s funny friend who always sees the good in him, Gabriella- who paid big money for a spot I. the club in order to learn some tricks so she can save her failing marriage, and Abbey who is hoping the things she learns during her lessons will bring her famous cheating husband back to her, and out of the arms of the other women, for good. Everyone has different reasons for their memberships, but each are just as real as they would be in real life.
Because these characters are so well developed and the history behind the Braille Club so interesting and exclusive, it’s easy to get a little lost between the shifts of time and points of view in the chapters. But the sensual encounters and riveting storyline makes up for it tenfold. You want to know who stays married, who comes into the club, and how each player has come to join. I’m glad this is part of a series because one book just isn’t enough.
The premise is a good one, and is the reason why I bought the book. However, the author jumps around between the past and the present in every chapter. In addition, you have to follow the subplots of at least half a dozen different characters, all of whom have some part in the overall storyline. The story bounces around between all of the character's points-of-view, making it difficult to keep track of who is the focus of any given chapter and just where along the story's timeline the character is at. The author could also benefit from a good editor. There were several times that the story bounced between the past and the present far too abruptly, without any transition between one paragraph and the next. And not only was the dialogue between the characters nearly always stiff and unbelievable, but the emotional range of the character's was also too abrupt to be realistic.
There is just too much going on here and it detracts from what could be a great story. There probably should be at least three separate books, covering the main character couples, their lives and their connection to the central plot line.
This is also a cliffhanger. The storylines for a couple of the characters comes to a close (although too abruptly, leaving a forced feeling to their endings), but you are left with a completely unsatisfactory cliffhanger ending for the main couple, Benedict and Sienna. I am not against leaving some loose ends in a story to entice you to buy the next book, but I absolutely hate it when authors just stop writing and forces you to buy their next book to finish the story they started.
I will not purchase the next book even though I admit to being curious as to what happens to Benedict and Sienna. I am not, however, curious enough. The overall plotline wasn't done well enough, the writing is stiff and the characters aren't believable enough for me to fall in love with them and want to live their lives with them. This one really isn't worth your time.
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The Braille Club was a fantastic read that kept me on the edge of my seat wanting...Read more