When I finished reading Grip, I was satisfied. I didn’t know that I necessarily needed more of Grip and Bristol. I was happy with how things wrapped up in Grip. Plus I was a little worried what kind of angst or drama would come their way in a second full-length book.
This book, y’all. After the events at the end of Flow, I suspected it would be a more difficult read. But, I had no idea what all it was going to put me through. Be forewarned, my review will likely be (at least vaguely) spoilery so if you’ve not yet read this book and want to go in blind, you might want to skip this.
I snagged Flow a couple months ago when it was on sale (or maybe free?) mainly because I loved the cover. I mean, the blurb sounded pretty good too, but the cover is definitely what caught my attention first. After reading (and loving) my first […]