- File Size: 390 KB
- Print Length: 212 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Scarlet Rose Press (February 2, 2011)
- Publication Date: February 2, 2011
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B004M5HHC8
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #499,359 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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As usual, Annabel Joseph really shines in her ability to flesh out these two people so that you can really begin to care about them as the story progresses. Is Caressa a bit childish and horrible? Absolutely. And I've always hated when people say, talented people can be difficult. But, she was pretty young in this story and she'd been living a pretty sheltered existence (in terms of normal human experiences) up until the time she met Kyle. She bypassed normal growing up things but still kept a lot of her childish behaviors. And once her full back story is revealed, I think it makes a lot of sense why she would behave in the ways she did. Also, to be so amazingly talented all your life, it must be hard to know who really cares about you for who you are verses what you can do especially in her circumstances.
Anyway, Kyle is just about one of the best male characters I've ever read. From Comfort Object, you already know that he's just someone who likes to take care of others, it's what makes him good at his job. But it's his capacity to care about Caressa (even though he does some stupid things along the way) to me is what is so great about the book. He offers Caressa something that we all need: To be loved when we are unlovable.
Some readers express doubts as why should a man like Kyle love a needy brat like Caressa. I would suggest he does because 'needy brat' is far from fully defining Caressa. He clearly sees in her someone who is worth saving and loving, someone with the ability to love him back. He once describes her as a goddess with the power to put him in awe of her. A damaged goddess, to be sure, but a goddess nonetheless.
I definitely will buy other books by Ms. Joseph and hope I will enjoy them as much as I dis this one.
The care and love in which Kyle gave to Caressa with not only the day to day matters, but helping her to find herself through the D/s aspect of the story made it tender and well, HOT!
As always, Ms. Joseph's writing is fabulous and hot! I definitely recommend this novel! This author is always on my must buy list!
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