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Coda: (The Submission Series #9) (Songs of Submission) by [Reiss, CD]
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  • File Size: 1138 KB
  • Print Length: 216 pages
  • Publisher: Flip City Media Inc. (March 18, 2015)
  • Publication Date: March 18, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00UNLC5Z4
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Format: Paperback
Coda is the conclusion to the Songs of Submission Series. This review is entirely spoiler free as the story of Coda goes, but may reference aspects of the prior books in the series.

Amongst the grit and the slick shimmer of the City of Angels a struggling musician met a successful dominant man. A King met his Goddess. Their journey was not simple, not a straight shot to a happily ever after, it was traffic jam on the 405 it was hugging the curves on Mulholland Drive.

In the weeks and months that follow the departure of the suffocating walls of Sequoia, Monica and Jonathan have to navigate the future that was shoved into their hands. A future that was nothing like the one they imagined they’d be facing. New risks, old desires and a constant thumping heartbeat that is like a ticking time bomb waiting to go off.

Can this new heart love the way the old one did?
Will the fear of death stifle the hope of life?

“Hope was her power. Her way of coping. She’d do reckless things to keep it alive.
She’d murder and betray.
She’d be brave and strong.
All in the name of hope.
If I could take her hope and let it feed me, I might have a nourished life, no matter its length.”

Both Monica and Jonathan experienced their own fears as the days wasted away while waiting to see if their love collided with tragedy. The elation of feeling the foreign rhythm that was shoved into a chest and the reality of admitting that not everything was solved when the release papers were signed.

This is Coda.
This is a story of two souls that found each other in a city over three million.
Two people that overcame death and found life.
A broken heartbeat.
Healed.
Saved.
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Format: Paperback
Coda is book 9 of the Songs of Submission series. It does not work as a standalone and it is necessary to have read the previous books in the series and my review can be considered to contain spoilers for book 7, Sing.

I can recall way back in early 2013 picking out a new book on Amazon just because I liked the cover. It was by an author I’d never heard of, there were no reviews but the blurb appealed to me and it wasn’t very expensive so I one-clicked and went off to curl up on the sofa not really knowing what to expect. That book was Beg, the author CD Reiss, and the rest, as they say, is history.

As I began to read, I realised that I’d stumbled on something very special and was thrilled and I knew that this was going to be big. Since then, CD Reiss has deservedly grown in popularity and is now a best-selling author. As a reader, she challenges me, she pushes my boundaries, enthrals and captivates me. She evokes real emotion in me as her incredible fictional world transcends the written world and lives vividly in my imagination. As an author, she’s definitely colouring outside the lines.

Embarking on Coda, my expectation s are completely different from when I first picked out Beg and it’s so good to go back and reconnect with Monica and Jonathan, his Goddess and the man who cheated death. How can the dynamics of their relationship stay they way they were after that brush with catastrophe? Simple answer – of course they can’t and so we embark on the dazzling voyage that is Coda as we watch Monica and Jonathan try to piece it all back together.

Monica is still dazed, functioning and competent, but emotionally stunned after coming so close to losing Jonathan and still reeling from what she almost did to keep him.
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Full Disclosure: I am an avid fan of CD Reiss. There are not enough adjectives in the world to describe how exceptional the writing of CD Reiss is. The Submission Series was the first time I read an erotica book that had such prose-like quality, a true literary masterpiece. Since then, I have discovered other amazing authors, each with their own unique quality that draws me to their work. CD's unique strength is the way she puts together her words, much like a musician has several notes available, but only a few can put those notes together to create music that speaks to your very soul.

I thought the Submission Series was done. It was over. I had already said my goodbyes to Jonathon and Monica. I feared that another book would make it harder to say goodbye again. The first time was difficult enough, as it was.

Once I started reading CODA, I found that this is not your normal wrap-up of the HEA that we all knew they already had. No, this was so much more. This was a view into their every day world. The joys and heartaches that happen after the HEA. Disagreeing and compromise over a house they bought - feelings about Jonathan's health that were bottled up and stowed away, until that bottle nearly explodes are just a few examples.

Amongst all of these day-to-day life struggles, there are poignant moments that Jonathan and Monica experience: shared laughs, Insanely sensual sexual exploits, an intensely heart-breaking loss. Yes, we all get another HEA at the end, but not the kind you expect. Their HEA is something you can imagine, in your head, every time you think of them. CODA is an unanticipated finale to a song, that allows the music to reverberate with you long after the song is over.
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