HOLY WOW! Don’t you wish sometimes you can live in the mind of the author? What their thought process is, and where their imagination could take them? I have been a fan of K.S for a long time and her stories seem to get edgier each time. She definitely took a risk with this one and it totally paid off. Flock is TWISTY, UNIQUE, UBER SEXY, UNCONVENTIONAL and contains a whole lot of SUSPENSE from the beginning until the end. In my opinion, the blurb did not give away much. I did not get any solid ideas with what this story is about; even halfway through I wasn’t sure where it was going which kept me on my toes through to the very end. Also to add insult to injury there is a huge freaking cliffhanger!! Talk about mind-f*ck!
Cecelia has been estranged from her father for a long time. He runs an empire and demanded that Cecelia comes to work for him for a year if she was to ever someday take over his company. That is where she met Sean, her supervisor. They hit it off almost immediately and she also befriended Sean’s roommates. Sean is carefree, honest, fun, spontaneous. Whereas, his friend Dominic is quite the opposite. His name fits his personality well – alpha, broody, impenetrable, mysterious. Cecelia spends a lot of time with Sean and Dominic when she is not working … and let’s just say all hell breaks loose once Dominic finally warmed up to Cecelia’s existence. It’s one hell of a summer, If I do say so myself!!! AHHH! Buckle up
So many questions still – who is Cecelia’s father? Why would she agree to work for him if they can’t even stand the sight of each other? Who is Sean and his Raven “brothers”? Everything about them is secretive … I can’t wait to dive into Exodus to find out what the hell is up with these Raven men.
I think you just need to go into this book blind and with an open mind. For me, reading is a must escape from everyday life and I am pretty game with anything! Reading K.S is definitely not a hardship. I love her writing and her crazy AF creative mind. Bring on EXODUS!!!
𝐄𝐱𝐨𝐝𝐮𝐬- (The Ravenhood Book #2)-https://bit.ly/2XUONVC𝐏𝐮𝐫𝐜𝐡𝐚𝐬𝐞 𝐇𝐞𝐫𝐞
Can you keep a secret?
I grew up sick.
Let me clarify.
I grew up believing that real love stories include a martyr or demand great sacrifice to be worthy.
Because of that, I believed it, because I made myself believe it, and I bred the most masochistic of romantic hearts, which resulted in my illness.
When I lived this story, my own twisted fairy tale, it was unbeknownst to me at the time because I was young and naïve. I gave into temptation and fed the beating beast, which grew thirstier with every slash, every strike, every blow.
Triple Falls wasn’t at all what it seemed, nor were the men that swept me under their wing. But in order to keep them, I had to be in on their secrets.
Secrets that cost us everything to keep.
That’s the novelty of fiction versus reality. You can’t re-live your own love story, because by the time you’ve realized you’re living it, it’s over. At least that was the case for me and the men I trusted my foolish heart to.
Looking back, I’m convinced I willed my story into existence due to my illness.
And all were punished.
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About the Author:
USA Today bestselling author and Texas native, Kate Stewart, lives in North Carolina with her husband, Nick, and her naughty beagle, Sadie. She pens messy, sexy, angst-filled contemporary romance, as well as romantic comedy and erotic suspense. Kate’s title, Drive, was named one of the best romances of 2017 by The New York Daily News and Huffington Post. Drive was also a finalist in the Goodreads Choice awards for best contemporary romance of 2017. Her works have been featured in USA TODAY, BuzzFeed, and translated in five languages.
Kate is a lover of all things ’80s and ’90s, especially John Hughes films and rap. She dabbles a little in photography, can knit a simple stitch scarf for necessity, and on occasion, does very well at whiskey.