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Kulti Kindle Edition
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This will be enjoyed by those readers who prefer/ enjoy:
- books with a real plot - not just romance/ $mut and nothing else
- a slow gradual build where the MC's actually get to know each other, share banter, have real interactions and become friends as well as lovers, i.e. convincingly fall in love.
- non-cliché characters - particularly heroines (she's a professional footballer - far removed from the Wedding Planner).
- who prefer an actual romance over just $mut and high drama
1. Enemies to Lovers theme - Kulti and Sal absolutely hate each other initially due to his aloof and rude attitude
2. Childhood Crush theme - when Sal was a kid she was madly in love with Kulti (her fav footballer)
3. Awesome subplots & supporting characters. I loved Sal's family - her dad is the best.
4. Loads of funny, poignant and aawwwwww moments.
5. Banter - lots of banter
6. Sal isn't just a poor nobody per se (so not exactly poor insignificant girl marrying super rich celebrity). Her family history is interesting and her brother is a professional football player too. Her family just aren't that bothered about status.
7. Loved the languages and cultures mentioned.
8. NO INSTA-LUST!!!! - thank goddess
9. A slow gradual beautiful simmering chemistry-full romance.
10. The press conference was hilarious!!!
11. The fan mail was so cute
1. A few spelling errors and missing words, but it's a long book so it didn't detract from it.
2. Some people may take exception to Sal's use of the word $lut. I think it's just a football thing, but some feminists may take exception.
3. Wish the epilogue had More to it
Kulti is definitely a slow burn romance with plenty of angst, drama, chemistry and sexual heat. What I loved about this book is sexy Reiner Kulti who is the star of the football world. He was such an arrogant ass but I couldn’t help falling in love with him especially when the author showed his soft sweet and protective side. Taking on a role as a coach to the woman’s football team for the Pipers he came across at first as distant, cold, harsh, uninterested and unlikeable. Add striker Salome (Sal) Casillas to the mix and the story was explosive as they butted heads. Sal was such a crazy, fun and loveable character who lived for soccer. The banter between Kulti and Sal was so entertaining to read as these enemies went on to become friends and lovers, I absolutely loved them together, their relationship was adorable. I felt the sport part was really well written in the story, covering training, competitiveness and pitch time. I absolutely loved Sal’s dad he was such a hoot and omg Dex the tattoo artist needs his own book!
Now what I didn’t love about this book. I had a really hard time trying to picture what Sal looked like at the beginning, and that was because the author didn’t give a description of her features up until about 20% in, and I found that really frustrating especially when she’d been descriptive about Kulti. The age difference between Kulti and Sal was another thing not mentioned till towards the end of the book. For supposedly being close to her brother Eric the author failed to show this special bond Sal had, and only spoke of it in scenes but failed to show it, and that sucked. Questions about Kulti’s past were not answered like, why didn’t his marriage work? And what was the meaning behind his old tattoo that he got covered up? I mean come on readers need to know this when you’ve set the mystery behind his aloofness etc.! I like slow burn reads but ugh I really wish the author hadn’t dragged on the romance for their first kiss for so long, and the 1-2 sex scenes were worth the wait with its hotness but again came in really late and just wasn’t enough, after being teased and tortured with anticipation for so long and then to only feel let-down with the rush job, add the short epilogue which I really wish had also included a look into their future with some kids was a disappointment. Another thing, I could understand why Sal’s mother treated her the way she did, but her little sister Ceci’s bad attitude towards Sal was never explained, so why set it up? Grammatical errors also contributed to my four-star rating. Other than these issues for me I really enjoyed Kulti, it was full of laughs, angst, sexy alpha yumminess, sexual frustration and great characters, I only wish the story had been meatier and executed better to not leave me with unanswered questions at the end.
You can keep your dirty, filthy sexiness and your kidnap, tie them up and spank them books (I actually I do like them too) because Reiner Kulti, Mr Bratwurst aka The German is going to steal your heart.
Slowly like a little snail he creeps into your heart until you realise he's completely taken root and he possesses every little corner. Damn German Chocolate cake. Sauerkraut. Pumpernickel. I thought he was a standoffish, arrogant pillock but damn Berlin with his sexy bubble butt.
I loved Salomé too. Fierce, proud, hardworking and tough she clashes with Kulti until he has somehow become her best friend and Taco.
Zapata is rightly the queen of the slow burn.
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