- File Size: 1850 KB
- Print Length: 320 pages
- Publication Date: March 1, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01MZ4GFZC
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #644 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Dear Agony: A Novel Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
This story will grab you, hold you, captivate you and you'll never be the same again.
Truly a beautiful story.
Dear Agony pulled me in from the first page, I was desperate to know what Rose’s story was, what had happened to leave her performing on the streets in hopes of affording her next meal. Vale and the secrecy surrounding her only added to the intrigue of Rose’s story. There were so many layers of questions and secrets, I was dying to know everything. One we started learning more about what had brought Rose and Bastien to the point where they entered their contractual relationship my heart was broken for both of them. It was easy to see why they’d sought an agreement where the boundaries and rules were spelled out in precise language.
The plot of Dear Agony moved quickly, there were no moments where the story lagged or that I felt were boring. I literally never wanted to put it down because I was so riveted to what was next for Rose and Bastien. Sometimes, however, I did feel the pace of the book was detrimental, I would have loved to have seen more exploration of Rose becoming a more confident version of herself, more of her healing from her past. There were a lot of situations and events that could have used more than the quick telling they had, I would have loved more of this story. Particularly the end of the book, I felt like it wrapped up so quickly not all the things I wanted answers to got the answers they needed.
Dear Agony was a beautiful story, told with beautiful words and it will resonate with readers across the spectrum of romance readers. It was sweet and sad and it touched on primal fears we all have, even if we refuse to admit them. One of the things I most appreciated about Dear Agony was how the love between Rose and Bastien was a slow and steady build, not something that burned fast and bright, it was built on a firm base of mutual trust and respect. I also loved that this story wasn’t built around the next sexual encounter, Georgia Cates did a wonderful job of building their relationship on the things that make a true love story actually last for the long haul and it was exactly what I would ask for when telling a love story.
I desperately hope that we are able to visit this world again. I would love to see more of the Duets and Vale’s story seems so interesting, I have a deep desire to know what it is. Another glance into the lives of Bastien and Rose wouldn’t hurt my feelings either.
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