Saturday, April 5, 2014
Review: Because of Kian
Because of Kian by Sibylla Matilde
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
OMG.... PLEASE tell me there will be more Kian!!!
I received and Advanced Copy in exchange for an honest review:
I loved this book...loved. It is the epitome of what the love of a good man can do.
Brynn spoke to me..deeply. She is an amazing example of where a woman's head is after leaving an abusive relationship. The mess that jumbles around, the lies they still believe, and the fight to rise up and be a Survivor and not a victim.
The story opens with Brynn trying to stay under the radar as she tries to reclaim her life. Finally finding the strength to get away from an abusive situation. Her story will break your heart..and yet you find yourself cheering her on as she navigates through trying to become whole.
When a chance encounter introduces her to Kian, she begins to realize that her life will never be the same. And that fate has a way of stepping in, when you least expect it, and making all the wrongs in your life right.
Kian.. oh my .. Strong, Alpha, Patient, Delicious... he is one of my new favorite book boyfriends. His love for Brynn was unbelievable. His understanding of her needs and wants, plus his willingness to give her the space she needed made him the perfect dominant. And no matter how much Brynn tries to push him away, or top from the bottom, Kian rises above and grabs control, not only of her, but the situation.
When Kian realizes that Brynn has a masochist need, he is more than willing to provide her with what she needs. And the things he brings to the bedroom will leave you panting. An expert in rope bondage, some of the sex scenes will leave you with the need to put your head in your freezer to cool off... and as the story progresses and trust is built, you get to witness a love bloom and thrive in a controlled and safe environment that Kian works tirelessly to provide for Brynn. And he effortlessly rises above all the crazy that she throws his way. Through all the bumps, the trials, and the situations, Kian stays steady and steadfast. You will LOVE him.
*warning* This book may not be for everybody. There is explicate abuse scenes. But this book is real, the authors ability to crawl into the mindset of an abused woman and bring to life her thoughts and self loathing are so close to home it is unbelievable.
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