- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 1018 KB
- Print Length: 384 pages
- Publisher: Kennedy Ryan (2 Mar. 2017)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B06WWPSKQG
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 29 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #16,873 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I never thought before picking up this gem or 'Flow' (the prequel) that I'd ever be this invested in a relationship and hoping to God at every chapter I read that they would get together and everything would work out for them! I fell in love with these two right from the very first chapter of the prequel and that never once wavered, no matter what stupid thing each of them did.. I ship them, so hard! My review of 'Flow' is also up on the blog, go check it out here if you haven't yet and see what I mean.
This book was full of sexual tension, and romance even though the relationship was very very very very very slow burn but their love was undeniable beginning through end. Their story is beautiful and I cannot wait to see what happens with these two on 'Still'. If I'm frank with you, I am way scared because I bet they're gonna have to go through a lot of hardships, and taking what they already went through in 'Grip'.. yeah, my anxiety about it is real!
I also loved to read the growth of Bristol's relationship with her family, specially with Rhyson, I loved him too and I can't wait to read his and Kai's story in the 'Soul' series! Hoping to get to that soonish.
I don't know what else to say other than this book is a MUST read and that everyone needs Grip in their lives!!
I really enjoyed this book, the story of Grip and Bristol is simple, they fall in love but for several reasons Bristol resists Grips advances to continue to pursue the relationship. They are separated for several years but Grip never gives up on her and she continues to have feelings but keeps driving him away.
Grip is an amazing character and I warmed to him straight away. It took me a little longer to understand Bristol, she confused me and I couldn't understand why she wouldn't act on her feelings, all is revealed later on in the book. These two characters have completely different backgrounds but they came together by chance and for Grip the rest was history.
I hate that this book tells a story that many people have experienced in their lifetime, this is 2017 and we should be free to speak,love and live freely
Fast forward 8 years later, and a lot has changed. Rhyston and Bristol now run a music company, and Bristol now manages several artists. Grip is one of those she now manages. After a misunderstanding many years before the only relationship they have is friendship. Grip is still in love with Bristol, but she keeps pushing him away. Bristol loves Grip with all her heart, but is scared to let go.
I loved Grip after reading Flow, and could understand Bristol point of view after her upbringing. The spectre of her parents’ marriage keeping her locked up tight.
There was no doubt they both loved each other, and at times painful to read with the misunderstanding hurting each other deeply. I absolutely loved this book, it kept me glued to my kindle from start to finish and now I’m now in mourning. I highly recommend this book, there so much going on to keep you glued to your kindle, and at the end I felt bereft.
I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
If I thought Flow, the prequel was good, this one blew it out the water, although the two books blended seemlessly.
This book is set 8 years after Flow and it was clear the characters had matured. Bristol in particular. She had that hard edge to her that can only come with time and life's events. Despite loving Bristol in Flow, she was in all honesty a bit of a bitch in this book to begin with, but I feel she needed to be in order for the book to work. Her strength and growth throughout this book made it both frustrating at times (in a really good, 'I want to throw my Kindle at the wall' kind of way) and incredible to read.
Grip, what can I say about him? He was absolutely perfect once again. This time however, he just oozed sex and god only knows how Bristol was able to resist him. But what really struck me about him and what really got to me the most, was the struggles he endured over the years, just because of the colour of his skin. And the prejudices from people of all races because at the end of the day this is about two people who fell in love and simply destined to be together.
I'm not going to go into what happens in the story, because I believe you should experience this book with a fresh perspective, but I really do hope that it affects you the way it has me.
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