Wednesday, 13 May 2020

Review: Flow by Kennedy Ryan

Flow (Grip, #0.5)Blurb
*FLOW must be read before GRIP*

In 8 years, Marlon James will be one of the brightest rising stars in the music industry.
Bristol Gray will be his tough, no-nonsense manager.
But when they first meet, she’s a college student finding her way in the world,
and he’s an artist determined to make his way in it.
From completely different worlds,
all the things that should separate them only draw them closer.
It’s a beautiful beginning, but where will the story end?

FLOW is the prequel chronicling the week of magical days and nights that will haunt Grip & Bristol for years to come.


My Review

You know when you read a book about two characters who have history, but you know you're getting only glimpses of the past and sometimes you wish you knew more about what went down? Well, Flow is that book. A prequel to Grip, this book outlines the first meeting between Marlon James (Grip) and Bristol Gray.

Grip is cock, but manages to be intense and sweet. Bristol is a bleeding heart but she's also a bit of a bitch. The people she loves, she loves too much; the people she doesn't, she's too critical of. I didn't hate her, but I didn't particularly like her. I 'read' this in audiobook. It didn't help that the female narrator had a voice I didn't care for.

The story is very well-written as to be expected from Kennedy Ryan. However, as mentioned in the blurb, this is a prequel. If you don't intend reading Grip, then reading this won't help.

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

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