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FLOW, The GRIP Prequel Kindle Edition
|Length: 124 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
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It sucked me straight in from the off and is jam packed full of everything needed to fully enjoy Grip. I loved their banter and really felt the pull between them and their chemistry! Wow!
Kennedy Ryan is amazing at the slow burn!
That ending! I need to jump into Grip right now. I know it's going to be amazing. I really can't recommend this highly enough.
Bristol and Marlon, aka Grip, meet in their early twenties when Bristol spends part of her Spring Break in LA, trying to reconnect with her estranged brother Rhyson. Even though they are from completely different backgrounds, the two hit it off immediately and find a connection with one another that is easygoing and real…something neither of them has felt before.
FLOW sets up the story so perfectly on what’s to come in GRIP. We have a dual POV from Grip and Bristol, which is great. I love hearing what each love interest is thinking as they try to navigate through this new relationship and what it means to each of them. Spring break ends on a sour note and Bristol heads back to New York. Do the two keep in touch after she leaves and what is to become of their romance?!
This is a must read before diving into GRIP. It’s #FREE, there is no reason not to one click!
A lot of things made me love this novella, first of all it was lengthier than most prequels out there and that made me happy. I hate when novellas are too short, I get that they are called novellas because they are shorter than a normal book, but you can still have a novella that is too short! I loved both characters as individuals, and I of course also loved Rhyson. I couldn't not even though I was a little frustrated with him sometimes for what he would sometimes say to Bristol (poor gal) but I mean, with the parents they had and what he went through I get why he would be that away but I also couldn't help felling really bad for Bristol, she just wanted her brother's love.
Yes, I loved them all as individuals, they were all great people in their own away but I LOVED Grip and Bristol's connection, their chemistry and interactions, it was all so genuine and very entertaining and just lovely to read. They way they talked about everything and the way they bickered ugh, I LOVED IT ALL. I could not get enough of these two!!
Their conversations were so fun and real too. I love their reaction to each other and the conversations they had. They talked about real issues and that is also something I loved, am loving in this series. That alone makes me want to shout to the world to read this series, for that it is not just powerful for the love story it tells but for the history, the truth of our world.. all the injustices and atrocities Black people have gone through and still go through every day.
I recommend this series 100%. For every romance lover, every new adult lover, every Kennedy Ryan lover, or just for anyone who is breathing right now... go read this.
Kennedy Ryan is a new author to me and her writing sucked me in from the very first page.
This prequel is intriguing and full of angst and is a wonderful little taste of things to come.
And on that note, I'm diving straight in to Grip.
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