Series: Crave Duet #1
they met, they started to fall. Neither of them predicted just how far the drop
would be, though.
all Kason had ever wanted to do. But layer by layer, he started to unravel,
forcing Adaline to face an addiction she never could’ve imagined.
happens when one person loves beyond the craving and the other craves beyond
takes her readers on an emotional roller coaster with her dynamic and intense
writing style. Noted for her ability to create fleshed-out characters that will
evoke a realm of reactions, you can be assured that her stories will linger
with you far beyond the last word.
teacher with an imagination that runs wild. Daydreaming and zoning out is
how she was often found in high school. Blair tends to drift towards everything
dark and moody. Give her a character and she will take pleasure in breaking
them down, digging into their core to find what lies underneath.
E.K. Blair finds pleasure in music, drinking her Starbucks in peace, and
spending time with her friends. She’s a thinker, an artist, a wife, a mom, and
everything in between.
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
E.K. Blair’s writing makes you live through a unique journey into an high school world.
The main characters tell the story of friendship, love and so much more., you’ll “crave” for more!
I went back to my teen self. Wow, some of the things I wish they’d stay forgotten.
As we all know days in high school weren’t always funny, innocent and cool to remember…
Bad things happen, conflicts … and we grow with each situation we go through.
We sometimes need to deal with so hard situations, decisions, even an adult doesn’t want to live through.
Crave is different, there is so much more to it!
Amazing read and I was not expecting that end!
You don’t want to miss this, can’t wait for Crave: Part Two!
I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.
This is only my opinion.
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