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Knight (The Unfinished Heroes Series Book 1) by [Ashley, Kristen]
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Book 1 of 5 in The Unfinished Heroes Series (5 Book Series)
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About the Author

Kristen Ashley grew up in Indiana, but has lived in Colorado and the West Country of England. Thus she has been blessed to have friends and family around the globe. Her posse is loopy (to say the least), but loopy is good when you want to write. Kristen was raised in a house with a large and multi-generational family. They lived on a very small farm in a small town in the heartland and existed amongst the strains of Glenn Miller, The Everly Brothers, REO Speedwagon and Whitesnake (and the wardrobes that matched). Needless to say, growing up in a house full of music, clothes and love was a good way to grow up. And as she keeps growing up, it keeps getting better.

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  • File Size: 1661 KB
  • Print Length: 285 pages
  • Publication Date: April 7, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B007SFBPFY
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #12,807 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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How much did I hate this book when I first read it?
Holy Moly. The characters were freaky--he is, like, a TOTAL control kind of guy and she seemed to be just a little to tries-too-hard-to-blend-in with her whisper-like "yeah" responses.
I finished it on a Friday night with a Thankful Sigh.
But, truthfully, I can't get this FREAKING storyline out of my head. I have re-read this book three times already in less than a week and have, at long last, discovered/revealed/admitted that I want/desire/need myself a Knight.
Disturbing storyline? Uh-huh.
Intriguing characters? You betcha.
I really hated this book.
Okay, truthfully? My eyes were glued to every page on my Kindle as I read. My eyes were caught, like a deer in the headlights, on every word of every page.
This is so NOT my scene. And,yet, I couldn't get it out of my mind (but it still kind of resides there, days later). Did I already say that?
Viv really grounds the experiences of Anya and helps me to explain my fascination with the story line of 'Knight'. Explaining that it is not about control or pain but about trust and the relationship; which my head and heart are starting to really understand or in the words of the author, "get".
This is an amazing book that hooks you with it's verbiage--not verbiage or even a storyline that is the accepted 'norm'--but a tale with syntax that you can 'hear' in your heart and head. It is a story that never lets you go from start to finish.
You root for the characters, both Knight and Anya (geez, even Anya's friends and Knight's employees!) and boo anything that gets into the path of fulfillment of them.
Too dirty? Yep, at first reading. But, as I think on it, I've read dirtier scenes that were not as thrilling.
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Let me start off by saying that erotic romance is something I love and I am so thrilled that one of my favorite romance authors has branched off into this genre.

One other thing - KA isn't hiding what this novel is - she says it right in the description that this book is erotic and portraying an anti-hero. It seems like those who reviewed negatively, at least some of them, ignored that or didn't read it in the description since those elements seemed to be what turned them off.

Now for the review. Oh. Em. Gee.

Knight is a man. A. MAN.

Anya? She's his woman. That means he's going to treat her how his woman ought to be treated. So will everyone else. End of story. Period.

Sounds like a typical KA hero, right? Right.

Well, here's the difference. Knight was born the kind of person that he is, grew up that way and mastered that way of life. And that person has darkness in him. He's accepted it and when I say there's darkness in him, I'm not talking just a troubled past (which he has) or taking on the tough stuff in life to protect others (which he has). I'm talking about innate, deep seated needs that he doesn't deny, hide or try to disguise as anything other than what they are. He's up front, honest and blunt about it to Anya from the beginning of their relationship.

If she can handle his needs, she gets everything in return. Anything. Whatever is in his power to make her happy.

And for Anya, someone who has had to earn everything in her life through hard work, who has never had anyone she could really depend on - it's almost too good to be true while at the same time being frightening and intriguing.
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knight was a sexy alpha male who kept me smiling throughout the entire book until the end when I found out he was a pimp and had a stable of 53 "bitches."

I got really sick of his filthy mouth.

At first I thought Anya was a girl who knew what she wanted and that was Knight and his lifestyle but then she found out he was a pump and acted like it was no big deal. He also hates holidays and refuses to let her celebrate any of them. He also owns her so will not marry her.

She should have left him but she stayed because he was a nice pimp and she loved him. (Eye roll.)
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At first, I thought I hated this book because of the narrator (was reading and listening to it on Audible too). She is actually a good narrator just not for this book. She sounds like a young teenager and reads like a teenager. I kept expecting a "Golly Gee" out of her any minute. "F**k Me" just sounded wrong coming out of her mouth. Speaking of "F**k Me", I would be a rich woman if I had a dollar for every time that and "Oh God" or "Oh My God" are said in this book. Excuse me it is OH. GOD. or OH. MY. GOD.

As far as story goes, it is only a 100 page book because the other 200 something pages are spent in useless dialogue describing his apartment furniture, her furniture, how poor she is, or how rich he is etc... Someone asks a question then three pages later, after loads of non essential descriptions or explanations, you get an answer. Forget the readers forgetting the question, three, four pages later, the character forgets it too.

Granted I am from the South, so maybe some of the slang is popular in other areas of the world but it didn't flow to me, it was like Ms. Ashley was trying to be cool. Knight's "boy", Kurt (the Hulk) always saying "Yo" in greeting to Anya seems a little disrespectful too. Knight always asking her if she liked the way he "did" her was a great turn off along with her saying she liked the way he "did" her and I am sorry, I just can't see ANY WOMAN asking a man, "Do you sell pussy?" Her calling him "Daddy" also drove me up the wall! But the best line of all, Knight telling Anya, "Prepare yourself for me". He didn't mean it like you are thinking but for Anya to prepare herself for her Lord and Master to rock her world. No rocking for me!
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