“The heart speaks in whispers. I heard too late.”
Call Me By Your Name is a heartbreaking tale of love and heartache. An explosion of feels.
Think you know what it’s like being a baller’s girl?
Farrow and Maximoff didn’t get nearly as much time to develop. Preexisting feelings and preexisting history that only got mentioned once isn’t nearly enough to build up to the romance I wanted to read.
They find solace in one another in a slow pace with very realistic situations I absolutely loved and the writing made this so addictive to read.
This was another level of awesomeness! Lots of laughter, a lot of heartbreak and just FEELINGS ALL OVER. SO MANY FEELINGS!
I love the way Helen Hunting writes, her characters are always funny and over the top and I love them for that!
Kudos to Kennedy Ryan for writing such a beautiful story with these powerful messages and bringing us Bristol and Grip. A must read.
I feel like I should personally thank the author for introducing me to Grip and Bristol because I freaking adore them. I LOVED THEM SFM!
Unlike The Winter King, The Sea King takes a lot of time to put the two main characters together which would have been a nice build up to the romance if it had gone smoothly.