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- Print Length: 379 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: August 25, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01L31RF5C
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #429,655 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Mr. McCade, you don’t disappoint.
Instantly I was transported, feeling both tentative and indulgent with the immersion. I felt like a fly on the wall the entire time. I was there every step of the way. Sometimes holding my breath as not to startle someone. Other times whispering directions in hopeful pleas that they’d listen. I am fracking Jiminy Cricket to Crow City! Only my guidance wasn’t always on the proper side, I’m sure… The reassurance of the familiar. The intrigue of the unknown. Slow details seeping from the pages at taunting speeds. Details that gnaw at you because you need more.
“Even the archangels were called to war.”
Oh, Priest. I longed to know more about you and my craving is sated. The glimpses of both Willow and Priest in previous books had me longing for The Found. This story is so emotionally raw. Both poignant and uplifting. Heartfelt and sexy. Intelligent and suspenseful. Sensual. The art of making you feel sinful and comforted in the same breath. These two characters have such a chemistry that I’m still reeling. Their push and pull can’t be overstated. Their relationship melts into you, consumes you.
“I want nothing more from you than yourself.”
I mean, frack... My heart could barely take it. Some of the things- the words said in this story hold so much weight to them. I’m so heavy with words after reading The Found. In every possible good way. I want to give you a list of everything I highlighted in this book. Beautifully and brilliantly lyrical. I cannot properly describe the wondrous ebb and flow. THERE ARE SO MANY. So many good words. You have to read them because the feeling of this weighted comfort is something everyone deserves to feel from a book.
“I liked that this discarded, forgotten thing could roll with the tides until it became something precious.”
You know the saying “two wrongs don’t make a right?” Willow and Priest will change your mind. And reading how is beyond delicious and utterly satisfying.
The main character Willow thought that she was a nothing, a nobody because she was not able to follow the path of her dreams but we begin to see that she is a beautiful somebody. Stronger than even she imagined, yet with a soft heart that she would not allow Priest to harden.
Priest was a deeply wounded, yet beautiful soul looking for something to always fill that broken place inside him that was created during war.
The way that he chooses to fill that emptiness are ugly and raw and that bleeds over onto Willow when he kidnaps her for his own selfish needs.
Priest has a very dark side and we see it throughout the book, but he also begins to show Willow that we all have a dark side, and he was the one willing to give her a safe place to explore that dark side. And when they explore it together, wow!!
This book took me to places I never imagined going!! Even though it deals with a very taboo subject, Cole has a way of making it deeply erotic and his writing can make even the most brutal and devastating scenes beautiful. It's a powerfully intense story but one that I'm so glad I read.
I found Willow, our MC, a little hard to relate to, but that's me, not her. She is the kind of self-repressed person I cannot be. But I understood her rage. I had flashbacks to Thelma & Louise, in fact. Repression's dangerous. But then there's Priest, whose self-expression's gotten warped so badly that he has lost himself. Almost entirely.
It is that 'not quite' that Willow hunts, out of desperation. I've read enough of the author's work to trust he'd get me somewhere I could live with. But damn, it is not an easy trip, nor is it anything more than hope. But it's real hope. And the epilogue left me in tears, it is so painfully sweet.
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