This was quite an adventure to read - I laughed my ass off at many of the sayings (which made day). Surprisingly the idea of the novel felt fresh in a genre not lacking. I was grabbed from the get-go, it's fast-paced and easy to follow.
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The characters themselves are what made this story interesting. Few novels in the erotica genre focus on a male perspective in the first person only which I generally loved. Kian (Beast) was very likable; he's a straightforward honest man and a strong character with flaws who understands the basic desires of the everyday person. He's not cruel, in fact, he is quite kind and neither is he a representation of "toxic masculinity." In the beginning, the author explains Kian's want to protect Gia and make her happy (mutual feelings we can all understand no matter the sex) and this is what makes him a strong male character - protecting those that he loves and adores - a basic human instinct that everyone has.
The presentation of the very rare male perspective and how it was delivered was (in my opinion) a perfect style. I might have been laughing too hard to notice any grammatical mistakes.
I feel I must stress this (because this was a great read; likable characters, action, sex, hilarious bits, and perfect structure and grammar): This novel (a fictitious story) is in the genre of "EROTICA" and therefore the ideas and how they are presented are targeted towards an audience that ( or shall we say "turned on") desires a commanding, dominating male presence. If this is not what you like for any reason and may become "triggered" then it would be best to skip this novel (cough) a fictitious story.
My congrats to the author and a tip of my hat (pretend I'm wearing one, alright) for this masterpiece. I do wish and fingers crossed for a sequel because I'm selfish and want more Kian!