Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Because of Kian By: Sibylla Matilde

Sibylla, has sucked me in with this book. I loved Kian—his fight, his loyalty and his stalker abilities. The story told is real life. Sometimes brutal and unfair, you learn to cope—to teeter on the edge, but never quite fall. This story is not roses and candy. It's a story about being broken by a person who was supposed to love you. It's pushing the boundaries for an adrenaline rush gone horribly wrong. It's about fighting to be sane, and trusting that there are still good people in the world. 

Kian. Kian. Kian. He seemed like such a straight-laced guy, but holy hell does he have a naughty side. When his stalker-ish ways pay off by saving Brynn, the two have an instant connection. Although Brynn pushes even Saint Kian to his limits, he holds strong. Feeling the need to redeem himself for his past failures, he sets out to heal Brynn.

I don't know how many times the emotions that were in the book and felt by Brynn had me nodding my head in agreement. Did I agree with everything she chose to do—No. We have all wanted to push the envelope of pleasure and pain to learn where the line should be drawn. Kian just shows you that the choices you make are derived from the true love you feel for that person who unwillingly puts all their trust in you



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