- File Size: 2081 KB
- Print Length: 229 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: February 11, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B06WGNFBZH
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #567,338 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The Sun, The Girl & Goodbye Kindle Edition
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The style is quick and sharp, easy to read but engaging. There's a deep honesty rooted within the direct, stark prose that is so moving. I don't read much romance, let alone erotica; I have a hard time believing in the characters, and I usually find the sex contrived. In this book, I believed in them from the get go. The erotic parts of the book, aside from being really, really sexy, weren't JUST about the sex. The was a point to it other than just being sexy and exhilarating, which I found to be both refreshing and exciting. It's not "just smut" at all.
This is a really beautifully spun story, and I've picked it back up again more than once. It's definitely a page-turner. Looking forward to seeing what the future holds for TGK.
Never would I have imagined that sentence capable of eliciting such anticipation. Doors often symbolize a kind of beginning, a new opportunity, but in this instance, the opening of a door seemed like such a reset button for one's anticipation; deftly coaxing its reader into the same excited, curious, sensations of a new relationship as its characters. Beautifully crafted, with charming characters brought to life by a near cinematic scene-building, this book bears the mark of a seasoned professional despite it being a freshman novel. If you're anything like me you won't be able to put it down either.
The elements usually in his work were certainly present: strong connection between characters, fabulous sexy heat, and moments of humor. However, there was more to love since the novel format allows the reader extra time to engage. The two main characters were enigmatic, and yet also entirely entrancing. The story made me want to comprehend their thoughts, to see if I could decipher their secrets. There is a heated center, a shared sensual rhythm, between these two hearts accustomed to beating in their own times, and as a reader, I wanted to know if they would finally fit together. The plot quickly stoked that desire, and pulled me through at a quick clip to follow it.
What has resonated most, past even compelling characters and sexy action, is the tone of the prose. The language is elegantly spare. There is an alluring beauty in the way landscapes, scenes, bodies, and movements are described. When the tension runs high, or the sexual energy is dark, the prose itself enticingly shifts shape. At nearly every turn, there’s a touch of the mysterious, a something atmospheric, a feeling that you can’t pin down with a simple name. And yet, by the end, the story leaves you with a warmth, like the sun’s residual heat rising up from the ground as shadows lengthen and merge in the the last light of day. This is not a novel written by a poet, but it has a very lyrical, poetic quality about it. Most importantly however, it is writing that is wholly satisfying, and in the short time I’ve owned my copy, I have read it multiple times. I would recommend others give it a chance, and see if they don’t agree it lays upon and lingers in the heart in lovely ways.
In the beginning, it took my brain a second to adjust to the point of view. Not many books are written this way, but I think it really adds to it. This is a book that takes you on a ride from the start until the end with lots of ups and downs along the way. And I gotta say, I loved the ride.
After I finished, I had a book hangover for days...Sure sign of a magnificent story!
Congratulations, Grey Knight, you made this girl very happy! *mwah*