Panic (The Flaw Series Book 2) Kindle Edition
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What some don’t realize is, there are times when it’s more than just our hearts going down onto the page. It’s our souls, the very essence inside of us that we don’t let the world see going down as well. Putting who we are, what we are, putting ourselves on the line all the way, it’s not just a line. It’s a fact.
I took away multiple things from Panic, but what I said above is first and foremost. The writers heart, her very soul are etched within the pages so deeply that even a blind man can see them.
I’m no stranger to hot button issues, things that often don’t get written about because of the backlash or controversy they may cause, so going into this book, not even knowing fully what it was going to be about, I prepared myself to react, and react I did.
I don’t want to give anything away here because doing so ruins the book for me and in that manner of thinking it would ruin it for others, but I will say this. The issues tackled in this book are very real. They are not fake or imagined. They are experiences that women all over the world deal with daily. Struggles they face, decisions they must make and the emotions displayed by both female characters in this book, as well as their male counterparts, are even more real than the experiences themselves.
You will feel with this book, you will gain a level of understanding with this book whether you’ve walked this road or not and by the end of it, you will be moved. It is my hope that you are moved as much as I was (I cried ugly tears but in a good way).Read more ›
The first thing that really stood out to me about 'Panic' is the pure originality of the plot and characters - in the day and age where romance writers seem more plentiful than the readers out there, it seems to be increasingly harder to stand out as the line between 'unique' and 'generic' becomes more and more dim. With that being said, I can definitely say that Ryan Ringbloom does a great job of standing out from the mainstream, clone-like masses that seem to have been flooding the market lately, and it's ultimately not hard for me to tell that this book has been crafted not only with literary expertise (and clear competency of writing elements) but also pure passion, which is clearly evident throughout the entirety of the read. Another thing that I like about this book is that it's basically 2 stories in one, although I preferred Robin and Kent, I did find myself becoming very engrossed in Bailey and Shayna's story, and I ultimately think that both stories compliment and coincide with each other very well.
This book was given to me for my honest review
This is the 2nd book in the Flaw series they should be read in order to get the full WOW factor.
As a young child we dream of the unattainable at that moment in time. We dream of happiness, love and being an adult. We all promise ourselves that we will not be what our parents are. But in reality when we arrive we already know that we will be more like our parents than we would like. We each take a moment in time and thank them in our own way. This is their journey.
Robin-pretty and reserved
Ashley and Patrick-happy
Bailey and Shayna-young
Robin was the girl next-door she has grown into the most beautiful woman imaginable. She has secrets that lay deep within her. She has always loved one man for her entire life the hardest thing she has ever done was letting such man go without explanation. Will she find it within herself to let such man back into her world and be able to love him again even with secrets lurking within? Will she be able to trust herself to let the love that never subsided for such man bubble up and flow within?
Kent is the quadruple of a man he is nothing more less than a hunk of a man that loves one woman. He is a chick magnet but his heart only beats for one. He never has understood why the girl next-door walked away from him but is destined to find out and to let her know that his heart only beats for her no matter that circumstances that may arise. He believes that as long as they are together as one nothing in the universe will ever stop his love for her. Can he forge on and capture his forever?Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I enjoyed this book and the closure it brought to the characters from Fast. After much debate I decided not to read the two books that come between Fast and this one. Read morePublished 5 months ago by cdb8128
This was truly a story of love. Not just in the romantic sense but of sacrifice and selflessness that inspires love. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Page Turners Book Blog
Panic by Ryan Ringbloom
I haven’t read Ryan Ringbloom before this, but I sure will now. The writing was engaging and the drama was well portrayed. Read more
☆☆☆☆☆☆6 Hooked Stars☆☆☆☆☆☆
I bow down to you Ryan Ringbloom, with every book of yours I am more and more impressed. Read more
I received a copy in exchange for an honest review.
“When we kissed that night I came undone. I wanted him in a way I never had before. But I knew what my future held. Read more
You know I liked it though but it's not for everyone. It's gritty and real. It's what real life us like not what Naha
Pens in romance novels that we normally read.
Ryan is one of the author’s that I stalk! Literally! I always look forward to reading her books and for that reason, bug her till she tells me when her next book is releasing! Read morePublished 21 months ago by a cup of coffee and a fairy tale
I always enjoy books that cause me to react, whether with anger, sadness, or happiness. In all the books I have read lately, I have never been so emotional while reading. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Melissa @ RIA