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- Book 2 of 5 in The Unfinished Heroes Series (5 Book Series)
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This is the first KA novel that I have read where it didn't take me to my happy place until the very end. I didn't feel moments of glee or find myself grinning/chuckling; for me, this book was heavier than any other KA book I have read.
I am a wimpy, emotional reader. Often I find myself getting so drawn into the story that I have a hard time separating fiction from reality (silly, I know). I get so engrossed in the story and attached to the characters that it is as if their emotions start leaking into my own. Stories and characters stick with me long after I have finished an amazing and/or upsetting book. Because of this, I tend to veer away from sad, heartbreaking and/or books with dark themes. I simply can't handle it; I prefer my HEA high over a heavy heart (so does my husband since he has to pick up the pieces when I suffer from a fiction based meltdown).
From the very beginning of Creed, I felt anxious. The intensity of the story was constant. I found myself feeling on edge each time I started the next chapter; the story gripped me to the point of needing to take breaks just to process what had been revealed (I usually whip through KA books and cannot put them down) . I woke in the middle of the night thinking of Creed & Sylvie's painful history. The flashbacks of their past and Sylvie's dreams left me heartbroken and breathless. The amount of cruelness Creed & Sylvie suffered and what was TAKEN from them in the most deplorable ways was devastating.Read more ›
A rape was so bad the girl committed suicide. There is torture. Two children raised in abuse and neglect find comfort in each other. They are separated for sixteen years. Once they are together it’s a lot of happy and a lot of sex. But it’s a downer with all the flashbacks to bad things in the past. And it’s a downer to think about the separation, and why he didn’t do this, and why she didn’t do that. I’m glad I read it to satisfy my curiosity. And parts were good - in that Kristen Ashley way.
Sex includes tying, spanking, and back-door action.
This is book #2 in the Unfinished Hero series. It can be read as a stand alone.
Narrative mode: most is 1st person Sylvie. There is a little 3rd person Creed. Kindle count length: 6,137 (360 pages). Swearing language: strong. Sexual language: strong. Number of sex scenes: at least 20, a few were a sentence or two long. Setting: current day Denver, Colorado, Phoenix, Arizona, and flashbacks to Kentucky 16 years earlier. Ebook published 2012. Copyright: 2013. Genre: erotic romance.
As an erotica novel, it was too long and took too much time to get through. At first, I was trucking along great and thought okay, this is going to actually be erotica with a plot. Wow. BUT THEN, it coasted. Another reviewer wrote that the book "ended" halfway through. I have to agree. The problem they were working to solve, was solved with half of the book to go. Afterward, it kind of became a "I love you/love you back" dialogue between Creed and Sylvie. That got old pretty fast. I personally, got to a point and thought "so...why should I keep reading?" If you can read something just for the sex scenes, more power to you, but even those became few and far between and were still somewhat repetitive, so it's like there's no goal in mind and you keep reading the same scene over and over. I got REALLY tired from reading this book. With the exception of Knight, I've never wanted to stop reading and not finish a KA book like I did with Creed.
I had a major problem in Knight with not liking the characters. I just couldn't stand them.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great read. Couldn't put it down. Hesitated to purchase, yet no regret.Published 6 days ago by JoAnn S. Chastain
I enjoyed reading this book. My least favorite in the series.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
I love Kristen Ashley so much and this is one of my FAVORITE books! Her "unfinished hero" series is a little different from her other books but oh so terrific! Read morePublished 1 month ago by Pamela J P
I loved this book. I love the whole story line. Everything about this book was good. It would have been nice, if the reader found out what happened to Creed's mom. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Beer'sheba
Gotta love Creed...Kristen Ashley is awesome and knows how to get you hooked.Published 2 months ago by Mabel C.
Creed and Sylvie endured horrible childhoods but together they were stronger. Creed and Sylvie met when they were 11 and 6 and feel in love, but when he didn't show up as promised... Read morePublished 2 months ago by T. Tracy
OH MY GOD, I have a new hero and her name is Sylvie. This was the most brilliant book in the series by far. Can't even wrap my head around it. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Renee Kenward
Though the characters went through a lot in their lifetime, I loved how things played out with their story. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Kindle Customer