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- File Size: 2415 KB
- Print Length: 292 pages
- Publisher: AM Books (29 Dec. 2015)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0172UVI56
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 3 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #69,663 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Riot misses Kalli and hasn’t moved on even though its been several months since he saw her the love he felt for her is not easily replaced upon finding out that Kalli has moved to California he sets out to find her and is surprised that she’s close by so he puts his plan into place to see her again.
Go get your copy and follow this beautiful love story and see if Riot can get Kalli back, will Kalli realise that its better to love and possibly loose than not to love at all plus there is a surprise in store for both Kalli and Riot on personal levels.
I for one cannot wait to read Anie’s next book and wish her all the best for the future. xx
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Riot is unquestionably one of my all-time favorite book boyfriends. In this novel we get to read chapters from his point of view and I was absolutely thrilled at the chance to be inside his head. Experiencing Kalli and Riot’s story from both sides helped craft their scorching chemistry and inimitable connection into something tangible and Anie Michaels definitely built up the tension in Never Tied Down. Kalli and Riot absolutely sizzled, balancing the raw emotions of their story with an intense physicality that was more than a little addictive. We also got to see a gentleness in Riot that instantly had me melting over his deep emotional honesty. As Anie Michaels revealed Riot’s pain, fears, and insecurities while he reconnected with Kalli, I found myself falling even deeper under his spell.
The development of Kalli’s character in Never Tied Down left me at a loss for words. She is so much like a piece of my own soul that I couldn’t help but feel every word of her story as I read it. Anie Michaels has perfectly captured the all-consuming emotional rollercoaster of grieving a sibling. The small nuances that trigger suffocating panic and moments of happiness clouded by gaping holes left in the world were brought to life through Kalli in a way that was simultaneously beautiful and utterly devastating. Anie Michaels allowed Kalli to heal organically and unhurried. Kalli not only moved forward with grace, but she was given the room to continue to be vulnerable and falter, embracing the character’s distinctly human nature and making her entirely unforgettable.
Falling back into Kalli and Riot’s world was effortless. Anie Michaels expertly depicts the emotional weight of loss, affording Kalli’s grief the firm hold required to be genuine and navigating the unexpected twists and turns of life that disrupt the continual process of healing. Anie Michaels has a gift for delivering exactly what her readers need along with unforeseen challenges that push her characters even further. With each new novel, Anie Michaels writes her characters with a little more heart and a little more depth, repeatedly out-doing herself and leaving me even more enamored with her incredible story-telling. Never Tied Down is a shining example of Anie’s evolution as an author, her words enchanting and emotionally charged delivering heartache and hope in a way that is undeniably hers.
**I received a copy of this book from Enticing Journey in exchange for a fair and honest review**
Whew! This book is absolutely phenomenal! It's a book, as long as you've read Never Standing Still, that you don't want to start emotionally, but you force yourself to, because you have to find out how Riot and Kalli's story end. Naturally, without a second guess, Anie doesn't disappoint her readers in yet another story. This book is emotionally draining, but this book is also incredibly exciting and ends on a happy note!
This story is written in such a way I think that anyone that is dealing or has dealt with death of a close family member, could relate to this story. I think it was written with incredible grace and patience. The grieving wasn't rushed and felt natural. It felt real.
Anie doesn't disappoint her readers that love a good hot steamy bedroom scene either. She has written a few of them in this story and I don't think she really spared any detail. It was written in a classy way but don't get me wrong, they were HOT and STEAMY! I don't think there is anything about it that you could dislike.
As all of Anie's books go, there are twists and turns and soul grabber moments in the story. Just when you don't think you can read any more sadness, that bright moment in the cloudy sky opens up, and a bright ray of sunshine shines through. Just the same, when the book seems to be going all smiles and cheer, there is a moment that jeopardizes that. She keeps you on your toes and doesn't write a story that you can guess what will happen from page one.
Without giving anything away or spoiling the book for you: THE END, OH MY GOSH THE END!! High five girl, you wrote that ending like a boss! It was not what I was expecting and was done so perfectly and felt so natural I hated that the story was ending! It fit into Riot and Kalli's story so perfectly! Ah, take my word on this, you gotta read this story!
I enjoyed this book from cover to cover. I thank you Anie Michaels for writing such an exquisite story. You must put this book on your MUST READ LIST. No disappointments here!
I miss him.
I miss Marcus.
I miss Riot.
I miss them.
Pushing Riot away when Marcus died was an act of desperate self-preservation. I didn’t love him any less, didn’t blame him for Marcus’ death, but I couldn’t be with him and deal with the crushing weight of guilt that tore me down every single day.
So, I moved on. Or tried to, anyway.
Life, of course, pushed us back together.
I still don’t know if I’m strong enough to keep myself away from him. Or if I even want to.
Besides, something tells me life isn’t done trying to break me.
This was so well written! It had me on an emotional rollercoaster, however it was so worth the read! I absolutely loved how Ms. Michaels wrapped up Kalli and Riot's story. I was crying one minute and laughing the next. Please read this series, you won't be disappointed!
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