- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 3431 KB
- Print Length: 332 pages
- Publisher: Kandi Steiner (20 April 2017)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B071Y1Q753
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 19 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #537 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Revelry Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
Revelry was a slow burn read that taught us many things. One was No matter what you may go through or have been through at anytime, sometimes you need to do what's right for you, regardless of time.
This book was relatable on so many levels no matter your lives circumstances.
Wren and Anderson met at a time where both are completely lost in life. Wren is newly divorced seeking clarification in herself mostly, but is trying to assure the guilt she feels about the failure of her marriage. She's on,what might be a cliched, finding her mission, but it's much needed break away from the stresses and strains of her life as she knows it.
While Anderson he isn't living at all, he's consumed by guilt and is merely existing day by day since the tragedy of his past.
What they found in each other was how to live again without feeling the pressure of guilt hanging over them, they found so much more and I loved reading how they both evolved to the place of making them whole.
This was my first Kandi Steiner book and it was far more than I could have ever expected, sometimes you see the hype, but it's not until you read for yourself. I loved how the story felt real and how it drew you into the powerful magic of sometimes the unexpected is just what you need.
If you are a fan of sweet reads, mixed with some subtle angst & characters who make you smile & sigh, then Revelry is for you. KS has delivered a gorgeous story of lost souls who find love when they least expect it. It centres around Wren, our newly divorced successful fashion designer & Anderson, our broken lost boy. In a summer that changes them forever, their journey is one of self discovery, forgiveness & learning to live life as you want & not how you feel you should.
Individually they both carry a lot of scars internally. Wren who finally broke free of her marriage to the only man she ever loved, needed time out to discover the real her. To look at what she truly wants from life, instead of what she should accept through the eyes of others. She is brave, courageous & determined to dig deep & change her course, before she literally loses the very essence of her soul. You could feel her inner struggle & at times I wanted to shake some grit into her, but I'm pleased she got there in the end & finally saw the REAL her in all her true grace & beauty.
Anderson carries a guilt so strong & all consuming you wish you could carry some for him. 1 event changed his life forever, trapping him in the past. Refusing to rid himself of the chains he has wrapped around his mind, body & soul., he is literally going through the motions of life, unwilling to let go. For a man so strong, his pain & vulnerability truly tugged at my heart strings bringing out the 'fixer' in me. I wanted to love on him & make him see what he refused too - that he was beautiful inside & out & so very worthy of all the goodness the world has to offer.Read more ›
This is my first Kandi Steiner book, and I an so honoured to have been trusted with an ARC version, Here is my honest review for the privilege.
I really enjoyed Kandi’s style of writing, I really felt that I was in the Gold Bar Mountains, alongside Wren and Anderson.
Two very functional and independent people, running unto each other at a time in their own lives, when they were under the impression they were in total control.
Wren, big city fashion designer, facing her life without the familiarities she had been used to for the past ten years. After coming to the realisation that her marriage was not as perfect as she had thought, and after finalising her divorce, she heads away from the city to ‘find’ herself.
Anderson, big brooding manhulk, who is just existing, to living, becomes Wren’s knight in shining armour, and hard as they both try, their true feelings don’t stay hidden for very long.
What should have been just a summer fling, develops into a twisty turney path of discovery.
Whilst they don’t realise it, they both learn more from each other in a few short months that either thought possible.
I loved the neighbours from the lovely Momma Von, with her no nonsense straight talking, to the quiet and brooding Ron. Loved getting to know the other residents, Davie & Yvette and little Benjamin, Zeek and Julie even Tucker and Sarah who I felt had ulterior motives, but we find out a bit of their history as we get to know more about the Gold Bar.
We learn why Anderson is so hard on himself, and I was cheering him on once he decided to have a Frozen moment and ‘Let it go!Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Kandi Steiner is a new author for me and let me tell you how impressed I am by her talent .
In Revelry, the writing is flawless and poetic. Read more
Kandi Steiner has done it once again. I'm happily in my romance bubble and have fallen in love with this authors latest romantic creation. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Lisa Jayne
This is my second book by Kandi and where I loved Letter to Whiskey, I only liked this one. It's not a bad story but sometimes I felt like the characters are rushed and forced to... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Heavenly Good Books
The thing I like most about a Kandi Steiner book is you know you are in for an emotional ride with it. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Monique Cashmere
What a beautifully written novel with all the feels!!!! My emotions are in overdrive, but oh man, this book is totally worth it! Read morePublished 2 days ago by Christie72
Surely I was expecting more.
I run into this book during the promotion of "The gravity of us" (qua la recensione) because of Brittainy C. Read more
I enjoyed this book so much; it was such a fun read. The author’s writing style was great and I loved Wren, she was such a strong heroine in my eyes. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Gerandgar
I was so excited to read this book after loving Kandis two previous ones, so when I started I was disappointed I didn't immediately fall in the love like the ones before and found... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Tracy
Kandi Steiner, you're my new hero.
I signed up for this ARC ages ago, nearly forgetting that I had it on my TBR. Read more