- File Size: 495 KB
- Print Length: 198 pages
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- Publisher: Scarlet Rose Press (May 16, 2012)
- Publication Date: May 16, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B008458ESS
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- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #116,265 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Second - FINALLY FINALLY I actually developed some level of appreciation for Molly. If I dig deep down my loathing of her (or at least dislike) stems from the fact I tend to have a similar personality. I, like Molly, tend to extremes. If I do something I do it 180%. So it is not like I cannot relate to her - it is that I want her to rise above what she thinks she can do and do what I know she can do. Here she makes that leap. Granted she does it with a less than gentle shove from Mephisto - but she gets there to the place where the journey truly begins as an exploration of who she is. The book masterfully handles this and you very much get the idea it is a work in progress and she will persevere and she will survive and thrive.
Thirdly Mephisto grows, changes, develops into someone you can really respect, understand, and yes love. He is complete and completed by Molly. He was patience personified, reasonable and provides the foil Molly needs to finally grow herself.
I never did like Clayton at all whatsoever so fourthly it just reinforces for me that Clayton was, in many ways, a class A jerk. He had some redeeming qualities but they cannot make up for this almost heartless feel you get about him. He sees Molly not as a true partner with her own needs and wants but merely an object to satisfy his own. I kept thinking he could of just as easily had a sexbot built to take care of his needs. Then towards the end when the depth of him was revealed I felt only pity - for what he could of had if he had but realized it. The sad thing is he thought he had it all - but truly he didn't have Molly. Not the real Molly - merely an empty shell existing as he wanted to please him. Mephisto realized very early on that this was not what he wanted no matter it did carry an appeal. He innately understood the danger of that, to Molly herself. He wanted more. Clayton was satisfied with his creation.
In the end it all comes down to balance. The emotions that Molly and Mephisto go through, the way he pushes her into exploring herself so she is not rebounding with him. What happens at the end - I felt like it was complete. Here at last is the HEA we all wanted and felt like Mephisto deserved. It was a real pleasure to read this one!
I understand it is the third in a series but it stood alone. I've only read this one but I plan to go back and see what else this author has done.
Speaking as a woman who can't have children. Do you have any idea how hard it was to read something like that? I had to put the reader down. I uh, I get the whole idea of scene, but really- to put those words coming out of her mouth? Wow. But a heads up to those who are sensitive to that.
Otherwise, I really did enjoy the book.
I wish I had the ability to give that half star, I would in a heartbeat. I recommend this series, to those with an open mind and a willingness to see beyond what the norm is.
Thanks to the author for breaching some serious matters of not just the heart but of compromise. A story that not only addresses some of the kink issues but teaches that relationships kink or not strive on communication. It is the difference between failure and success in most cases.
Remember to love, remember to live and always remember to live for today :)