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Freefall: Custom Culture #1 Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B00E8L7AXC
- Publisher : Sugartree Press (4 January 2014)
- Language : English
- File size : 4174 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 252 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 305,413 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Scotlyn is not your typical book woman. She is mute and has been since she lost her entire family in a car accident where she was the sole survivor. Taken in by a nasty piece of work, who is determined to use for his own gain, Lincoln's vanity actually changes her life. He is repulsed by the scar that Scotlyn has from the accident and wants it covered by a tattoo. He takes her to Nix's shop Freefall and begins the journey that changes her life forever.
Despite the obvious communication barrier, Nix is able to understand Scotlyn without any difficulty, being able to read her facial expressions down to fine art. They are meant to be together but with Lincoln's plans for Scotlyn, whether they end up together is in doubt.
WIth a colourful cast of characters of Nix's friends: Dray and Clutch, Cassie and Taylor, this makes a perfect combination of fun and serious moments. Everything about this book pulled together to make a great blend of great characters, a really great storyline, sexy and sensual scenes and lots of action and adventure. This was a great read that kept me interested and read in one sitting.
The story is about Nix, a tattoo artist, who is in love with a girl has never met and Scotlyn, whose memory of a tragic accident in her past has left her scarred in more ways than one. When Scotlyn needs her physical scar covered up there is only one place to go to - Freefall - owned by the hunky Nix.
I really liked that this was a bit different to your usual romance novels and it starts of from Nix's point of view which I thought was great. It's sometimes good to be in the guy's head to see how they feel about the female characters so this was a good start. I immediately liked both characters; they both seemed so normal and down to earth which I think made it really easy to like them both.
I also really liked the concept of the whole book, and especially how the characters interacted even with the barrier of Scotlyn not being able to vocalise her feelings. I think an indication of just how well this is written is that I felt like even though she couldn't talk I finished up reading the story as if she had been able to.
The story twists and turns and often not in the way you would expect. Scotlyn has a tragic past but her present isn't all sunshine and daisies either and it puts into question how Nix will be able to pull her into the light.
This is a great, fast paced romance novel which will take you on a turbulent roller coaster of emotions. It's beautifully written and will keep you turning the pages until the very end.
But book was far too short ... first three and a half quarters of the book plodded along nicely then the ending was quickly summarised in about three pages and pressing my kindle page over suddenly found 'the end' what???
Well I must say I was surprised to see this book classed as adult - the sex scenes were skipped over very quickly as a previous reviewer mentioned - its as if the author was embarrassed. I'm no asking for full on scenes like Sylvia Day books but a little more detail would have been good.
All in all, a nice read - not really worth more than a reduced kindle fee. Would I buy a sequel - yes, without revealing too much, need to find out more about the main characters lives after they get together and what happened to Hammond.