- File Size: 2836 KB
- Print Length: 77 pages
- Publication Date: June 30, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B010P2HCSA
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #795,497 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
A Different Kind of Pain Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
Susan has a fierce spirit about her. In the final days of her life she is determined not to leave her sweet husband without someone. She helps Luka choose her in-home nurse without letting on her plan.
Luka isn't sure how to even begin preparing for Susan's death. He is clinging to her and unsure where to go from here.
Melia held a special place in my heart upon first meeting her. She was full of sass and spunk. She brought life into Susan and Luka's home. She became apart of their family and stumbled into love with Luka.
On the brink of losing Susan will Luka find love and peace? I wept for Luka and I loved that this story focused more on Susan and Luka's journey. There is limited sex in this story. Instead you get a wonderful story of healing, hope, and moving forward. This is my absolute favorite Graystone story yet and I hope to see more like this from her. When you reach the end of A Different Kind of Pain you'll want to kiss your loved ones and gain a new appreciation for life.
Susan is beautifully portrayed as a woman who is strong even on her death bed. She makes friends with our heroine, Melia.They form a friendship. It's tragic though as it is horribly overshadowed by her eminent death.
Melia is also strong, as she is able to concentrate on her task of home nurse - think similar to Hospice - when she cries inside for all the turmoil and doom flooding the couple. I disagreed with her a few times especially when it came to the odd thoughts over Susan's husband, Luka. I would have liked to see them spend more time together - working through emotions etc before Melia points herself on the path towards Luka, but I could follow her thoughts.
I also hated her best friend, the guy she lived with - he was a heartless bastard. Sorry - you don't joke about the husband Luka soon being single. There was so much more to it. But, I don't live with the guy...
As someone who has watched a loved one ravaged and destroyed by cancer, this was an accurate portrayal. I really wish there were more meat to the story. I love this author's style and expected just a little bit more from her.
I didn't understand the BDSM aspect at all, almost as if added as an afterthought to make it hotter but this was such a sweet book without any erotic elements that it confused me. It seemed like it raised a lot of questions and I would have loved to have them answered.
Overall, a very good read but it could have been amazing. I look forward to reading more from Ms. Graystone. Five stars for the emotional roller-coaster. Gifted to me from a friend who thought I would enjoy it, and I did.
Melia is alone, jaded, and falling for Luka despite her attempts not to. She wants to do what's right, and she loves Susan as much as she does Luka.
I really enjoyed this fast-paced, unique, emotional story.