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Gold (All That Glitters Book 2) by [Linde, K.A.]
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  • File Size: 4175 KB
  • Print Length: 474 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: K.A. Linde Inc. (July 7, 2015)
  • Publication Date: July 7, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
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When I start a book by K.A. Linde, I expect the angst to be high, there to (more than likely) be more than one love interest, for there to be drama, and for it to be high in the steam department. Gold lived up to it’s expectations. And I loved every second! It’s the conclusion of Bryna’s story and I was just as captivated reading it as I had been with Diamonds. Bryna is not an easy character to love, but my bet is by the end she will win you over like she did me.

Bryna’s a girl who knows who she is and what she wants. At least she thinks she does. She’s a freshman in college- time for a fresh start. After Jude did a number on her, she’s decided to live her life without love or any of those sort of feelings. She specifically goes after men she can use. Men who can give her the things she wants. She doesn’t believe in love. Not anymore.

Bryna has her two best girl friends, but once she starts becoming friends with a guy named Eric, a guy who gets under her skin like no other, she starts to feel different. To slowly change. Eric is able to see the real Bryna

Bryna was one of those characters I loved to hate when I first started this book. I actually loved her in Diamonds, but during Gold I wasn’t sure I’d continue to feel that love for her. She had so much growth and I want to say by the end she changed, but she was still herself. Just a better version. By the end of Gold she completely won me over. Bryna’s story is one that shows that people are real, people can change and become better. Sometimes you just need that push.

There are a lot of players in this game, a lot of characters to keep up with, but ultimately it’s Bryna’s story. And it’s told so well. There is a lot going on at times, but I found it easy to follow.
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3.5 STARS ~ Gold is the epitome of pure decadence, sensual indulgence and sinful guilty pleasures. Fraught with angst and sex and a seemingly vapid heroine with a blackened heart of gold, K.A. Linde's Gold is everything we're conditioned to hate in a story, yet we can't help but fall deeply in love with. This story took me on a ride of frustration and dread, longing and lust, dismay and surprise.

If you read Diamonds, you know that Bryna had her hands full juggling the men in her life in high school. Gates, her celebrity ex-boyfriend, Pace, her obnoxious stepbrother, and Jude, the sexy older man who turned out to be a liar, ensured Bryna Turner's lavish life never had a dull moment. Gold picks up with a scorned Bryna determined to make the most of college life in Vegas while keeping her emotions out of the equation. College introduces even more men to Bryna's life... Andrew, her friend with benefits, Hugh, the rich older man who lavishes her with gifts, Eric, an unlikely friend who pushes Bryna's buttons but who's romantically out of the question because he bats for the other team, Cam, a mysterious snowboarder, an array of other guys that Bryna toys and flirts with and throws away, the reappearance of the repulsive Pace and Jude, the man who ruined her that she never expected to see again.

Bryna is hard to like at times. She's deliberately cold and calculating, and she uses men for her own gain and then tosses them aside. Sex, jewelry, trips, designer labels, attention... Bryna basks in the gifts from the men that lust after her, but she refuses to give them anything real in return, refuses to allow herself to feel anything for them on an emotional level. She's been robbed of everything she gave freely once before and she refuses to give it again.
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Let me start off by saying, Kyla you have captured my heart with the story of Bryna in Gold! I have always loved all of your characters you have brought to life in the past, but in this one, I was in awe to see the character development and how much Bryna grew up from where we saw her begin. From her heart break in Diamonds, to becoming a digger with no heart at the beginning of Gold, and her finally recognizing what she truly wanted in the end of Gold and going after it, or him. I was really hoping after reading Diamonds, there would be a re-connection between B & Jude. I loved their story together and I really had hope that Gold would bring them back together in a positive way. I was really sad how Diamonds ended with Jude walking away from her for his family and was looking forward to Jude somehow being her happily ever after. I can now say after reading her full story three times, I am so glad that is not where her story went.


Gold picks up with B starting her first year at Las Vegas State. After a heartbreaking senior year of high school, Bryna is determined to move on and forget about the cause of her turmoil, Jude. She will leave her heart out of the game and have fun without getting attached to anyone.

“This wasn’t about love. This was about lust and diamonds. The longer he lusted, the more diamonds.”

B meets the wealthy Hugh and begins a “relationship” with him. She knows he’s just looking for a good time and she will give it to him in exchange for all the finer things in life. Throughout their story you can feel B pulling away from him and he is grasping to hold on to her. Hugh falls in love with her over their long period of time together, but B has left out her heart in her escapades with him.
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