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- Publisher: Flowers and Fullerton (12 July 2016)
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It is also unusual for the heroine to seem so completely dependent upon the hero for her happiness and well-being. I was surprisingly ok with that. Bianca and Kent fit together well. Most women would not want to be so controlled and most men would not want the incredible burden of making all the decisions for someone. It would be a lot of work and require a great attention to detail to be the dominant in essentially a D/slave relationship. Kent is characterized as being sadistic by his bother but I do not agree with that. I am sure he could dish out pain if that is what his partner needs. He seems fairly in tune though and gives Bianca the safety of boundaries that she needs rather than pain. I think he needs to have that complete control more than he actually needs to deliver pain. He certainly does not seem to enjoy having Bianca cry. So although his lack of trust has some very bad consequences, he is not the one actually harming Bianca so I forgave him in the end just like she does.
Enjoyable and emotional journey. These Snow and Ash books are tough reads at times!
I have not read any of the other Fire and Ash books and it did not affect my understanding.
This book was so sensual and dominating, had amazing sexual scenes that were erotic but them had some really dark romantic and physically horrific scenes so you have been warned – I loved them as I love dark stuff that makes me shudder.
The ending was healing, Bianca finds peace in her life, the understanding of other characters and what she needed. I could not come to accept other characters and their actions to what happened to Bianca, I was glad we were given closure and answers – well expect for Tish?
Wonderful standalone dark erotic romantic tale – I would give more than 5 starts if I could.
Quote: "He grabs a handful and tugs me where he wants me, and his lips suck, his teeth bite, and his tongue glides. My neck is his playground and I am his slave"
The Other Brother is the third book in the Snow and Ash Series. It takes place four years after the volcano erupted and in volcanic winter. This is the story of Bianca Mason and Kent Barry. Bianca is given to Kent to marry after his brother Nico refuses to marry her. It is a marriage for political gain for an alliance between the Kent and Barrys. Bianca was gang raped when she was 15, just after the volcano erupted. When she told Nico this, it was too much for him to handle, so he took off. Kent, agrees to the union, though he has his own demons because half of his face is scarred from burns.
They marry and Kent decides to slowly earn Bianca's trust and guide her into sex by showing her what it can be like between two consenting, loving adults. And things go wonderful...for awile.
I won't get into the rest of the book because it will ruin the surprise, but things drastically change for the couple and scenes as I mentioned, may be difficult for some readers to deal with. I know I shed a few tears at what Bianca had to endure through this book, and I certainly changed my mind a few times as to my felling about Kent. Loved him, hated him, loved him again. And isn't that the sign of an excellen read? Great job Heather Knight, I'm looking forward to this series continuing.
I received an ARC for an honest review of this book!