- File Size: 1891 KB
- Print Length: 242 pages
- Publisher: TTC Publishing; 2 edition (June 1, 2013)
- Publication Date: June 1, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00D54PF6M
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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#165,996 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
- #424 in Kindle Store > Whispersync for Voice > Gay & Lesbian
- #807 in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender eBooks > Literature & Fiction > Lesbian Fiction
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This story is very much character driven, and those characters are as unique as the world in which they live. Their individuality is detailed and distinct, making them come alive in these pages…and the further into the story I got, the more wrapped up in them I became. Emotions between couples are clearly intense, and this shows not just in their interactions with each other-both in and out of the bedroom-but also with the other couples, families and other supporting characters. I was particularly drawn to Aiyan and Kaden as well as Raven and Tanis.
With Aiyan and Kaden, they are drawn to each other like powerful magnets from the moment they lay eyes on each other. Their match is unusually powerful, as is the relationship Aiyan shares with his twin sister Aiya. Aiyan and Kaden together define sensuality, and their intimate scenes are wild and a bit…destructive ;-)
When it comes to Raven and Tanis, angst and turmoil rules as Raven becomes torn between his duties and his feelings for Tanis, making their relationship especially tumultuous—and turning them into my favorite couple of this story even though much of this book is centered on Aiya, Aiyan, and their spouses.
With the drama introduced when the Opposites anomaly is thrown into the spotlight at House Gaeland, it sends events spiraling into unforeseen territory and you couldn’t have dragged me away from this story at any point (and heaven help anyone who might have thought about trying). In the end, we are left with questions and unrest, and it will have you desperately seeking the next book in the series just like I was.
While I might not normally care for this genre, Opposites blew that out of the water and was a 5-star read for me—and is my absolute top recommendation in the M/M dystopian genre (and the dystopian genre in general). I highly recommend this to any fan of LGBT romance in general, and if you’re a dystopian fan as well, then you’re going to be twice as happy. This story is meant for readers 18+ for adult language and some very naughty sexual content.
Audiobook thoughts: Greg Boudreaux does a smashing job with the narration of this book. His character voices are distinctive and consistent throughout the story, and they are also consistent with the two novellas from this series that he also narrated, The Library and The Cellar. It’s the mark of a truly talented narrator when I can hear a character’s voice and know exactly who is speaking without having to be told in the story. He brings this world and these characters to life beautifully, making it very easy for me to clearly picture everything in my head. 5 stars for this performance, and this is one audiobook-and series-that I’ll be listening to again and again! *Note-I do suggest that you read the book before listening to it. There are a lot of character POV changes, and from my perspective it helped me to have a general idea of what was going on before listening.
Now 200 years into the future there are seven surviving countries split all over the world and many modern conveniences have disappeared. These seven countries are ruled by seven houses which in turn are ruled by The Order. While this all sounds very confusing once you start reading you become completely immersed in this new culture.
This book was so amazing to me because not only was the author able to create a new world but she was able to write a book with six main characters and have you love all of them. I think being able to experience the story through the POV of many different characters allowed me to truly immerse myself in the story and the plight of the main characters.
There are a lot of intimate relations in this book of all varieties (m/m, f/f and m/f) so if that offends you then do not read this book. However, I would say that the intimacy helps you realize the depth of the bonds between some of the characters and gives the reader insight into the relationships.
Overall I loved this book and am eagerly awaiting the second book.
I do believe love is just that, not bound by gender and circumstances, and couple dynamics in this book draw you in. But it all seemed a bit rushed. There's a bunch of new names (and variations of them) right from the start, a lot of background details on the post apocalyptic world and its rules, and so many love stories that develop at the same time, that I think some parts of the story needed more attention. The version I downloaded from Amazon also needed some more editing, but I could overlook that.
The 2 mothers + 2 fathers family unit is quite fun to explore. Raven and Tanis are by far my favorite couple and there's a lot of potential for this story to evolve in future books. I am extremely curious to see how the new ruling family will interact.
In a world where straight is wrong, relationships form between couples and surprises lurk behind every castle corner. The author went into great detail and obviously did her research. I found myself intrigued by the two MC's as their love began to unfold.
The sex scenes were hot but not overbearing and the love between the couples shone brightly. If you're wanting something different and out of the norm, check out "Opposites"!
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