- File Size: 2404 KB
- Print Length: 204 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Dreamspinner Press; 1 edition (July 14, 2013)
- Publication Date: July 14, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00DY4XJUW
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #243,894 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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This is such a huge change from anything I've ever read from Mr. Grey. Just when I didn't think his books could get
any better he goes and blows my socks off.
There are spoilers, so beware....
The story is so unbelievably well told. I could feel Kendall's sadness and worry when he believed in the possibility that his relationship with Johnny was in jeopardy. At the same time I could feel that Johnny was pulling away, so that part of the story was definitely in sync. We, the readers, didn't know why at that point, but could tell it was happening. By the time Kendall left for California, I felt the chasm between the two was widening.
When Kendall gets to California and we get a glimpse of his inner strength; how he handles himself in stressful situations and how he manages difficult people. As the story progresses the description of paralyzing fear that Kendall has at the prospect of being handcuffed and stranded in an abandoned car is a living breathing thing. I even got the willies reading it. When Kendall is abducted and his worst nightmare comes to life....I was petrified for him. His panic was tangible. I think Andrew's writing of the situation was perfect. I tried to imagine how I'd feel in that situation and I think the way Kendall acted would be how we all would.
Johnny. What can I say? He absolutely shone when he was needed the most. He figured out what was important to him and nothing stood in his way when it came to taking care of the love of his life. The love, support and understanding Johnny gave Kendall was really a beautiful thing. I was so happy seeing the two of them together, happy and so much in love, I might have done a little dance.
This book is in my top five all time favorite books and I'm sad I could only give it 5 stars.
The ending seems a bit simplistic or perhaps a little too easy, with success coming rapidly for both protagonists. But this is a romantic fiction, after all, and the author should be forgiven.
If you are in a relationship wondering "Where am I going? Where is this going?", the story can be difficult because it may be a mirror into your own world. That is not a bad thing at all.
This was a great departure from his usual works, and I hope more follow from different genres.
This is my first Andrew Grey novel. I have to say I found Grey’s writing like lube for the eyes. It eases you right in to the story. Even the tight spots.
I would place Stranded squarely in the m/m romance genre, which is not my ‘go to’ fiction. It has a light touch, which is amazing, given the terrifying premise. When the climactic moment came, it seemed over too soon. I felt it resolved a little too quickly for my taste. I would have loved it more if the tension and suspense at that point could have gone on a little more. Still, I love a good story and Stranded gave me that. I have a few more Grey novels on my ereader and now I’m even more excited to get to them.
It had love, drama and mystery. The love and doubts between two long term partners was described so well that you felt like you got to really know them...drama, well you read about actors in those trashy magazines and this was what you picture them to be like...mystery, I never would have guessed who it was.
I guess what it boils down to is that this was a great book and a must read.
A story of a Broadway actor given a shot at a major Hollywood role, it bounces back-and-forth between New York and Hollywood, between the present and the early years of the MCs' relationship. And it's all about a stalker and the fear and dislocation the stalker inflicts on the lives of those stalked.
It's not an epic read, in fact I polished it off in a few hours, but it is a rewarding one.
And one that I recommend.