Series: Crave Duet #1
they met, they started to fall. Neither of them predicted just how far the drop would be, though.
Being lured by the blurb, I expected epic love story with few painful, heartbraking twists.
Kason and Adaline start as an epic love story, they are drawn to each other and they falling in love is inevitable. But then everything, in my opinion, too much happens. Just one of those painful tragedies that these teenagers face, would have been enough. And the crave is so much more than Kason’s and Adaline’s craving for each other, it’s a physical crave threatening to tear everything apart.
What I did like were the characters, how E.K. Blair depicts them iand their personalities. Kason and Adaline are just beautiful. I also liked how Adaline as the new kid bonds with the cool guys in the school and how she developes a friendship with them.
E.K. Blair writes well, story flow is good and the characters become alive while reading. There were a lot of things that I enjoyed.
I would have liked this book more, had it not been situated in teenage world. I’m just too old for high school drama. And the story just lost a bit of its credibility for all the tragedies and harmful events happening en masse in two people’s lives.
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.
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.
spending time with her friends. She’s a thinker, an artist, a wife, a mom, and everything in between.