- File Size: 1971 KB
- Print Length: 400 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Redhouse Publishing (October 10, 2016)
- Publication Date: October 10, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01M3NZZYH
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,695,441 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The Braille Club Unbound (The Braille Club Series Book 2) Kindle Edition
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The story line continues full-bore with chapters beginning in italics about the Braille Club: the secret key and code, etc. The tension in the story doesn’t let up in this fast-paced action packed sensual mysterious combination of thriller and erotic read. Action burns off the pages with descriptions describing an envelope that felt like a “ticking bomb” to “fingers squeezing at the back of her neck” as we learn about the relationship between our protagonists. Siena and the terror she feels about her ex, Nick, who is in prison where any semblance of humanity has been rubbed out of him. Her husband Benedict who Nick has it in for. And the other cast of characters such as Guy the ex-cop who works for Siena and Benedict and Niven the gorgeous model who feels like she’s being watched. The scenes are made richer with the involvement of Siena’s twins: Leo and Reeva, giving her panic-struck character depth. The plot twists and turns as the characters develop with lurid sexual scenes imagined and real involving Guy and his ex Anna. Once in place, the tension and conflict continue and don’t let up until the last page. For my money, this is really good writing. The sexual scenes are inherent parts in moving along the storyline that’s as every bit human as the rest of us out here lusting over the pages before us. Kudos to the talented J.A. Kerr for pulling off another gripping well-written book.
Although the story is erotica, as everything there revolves around sex, there is also intrigue and a touch of a thriller in it with quite a lot of tension. The tension and conflict continue all throughout it and don’t let up until the last page.
The writing style is flawless, clear, easy to follow and engaging. The Braille Club Unbound is an easy and entertaining read, recommended for all those who love a mix of steamy hot erotica and suspense.
Set around an up and coming underground night club, the Braille Club is all about bringing its members the highest levels of experience in sensual stimulation. The story follows several people and their relationships with one another and how their relationships are all tied into the club. The chapters alternate back and forth from the couples slowing bring out their personal issues while also developing their uniqueness and making them relatable for the reader. JA Kerr did a fantastic job setting up peaks and valleys in this novel between the storyline itself and the intense, intimate transgressions of the couples, it really helped to keep the reader engaged.
I really enjoyed JA Kerr’s writing style, it was smooth and came off as natural, as if this was a story she’d told a thousand times before, a true sign of a quality story-teller. Following the storyline was simple and straight-forward throughout the book. Sometimes with a lengthy fiction-piece when there’s a lot of characters added and separate relationship narratives to follow, the story can become bogged down and tough to follow, but if the author can keep things concise than this isn’t a problem, I believe JA Kerr did just that in this novel.
My final thoughts are that I really enjoyed this book, and I’m super happy I picked it up. I will be looking forward to reading more from this author and even more stories of this genre because of her. From the first page to the last this book hit on the depths of human emotion and was edgy without ever crossing a line. Very well done! Keep up the good work, Kerr. A++
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