Grey: The Encounter
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My goal was clear—to achieve success in every aspect of my life. It seemed easy enough for a while…until I woke up with a stranger staring at me from my roommate’s bed.
Grey. The distraction I didn’t count on. The wrench that came crashing into my agenda. He’s one tall, lean, tattooed bad boy with the natural talent to annoy me. I was determined to ignore him, but there’s something about him that lures me in.
The more I fight it, the stronger it becomes—the need to be close to him.
But I’ve worked too hard to be where I am today, and I won’t let it all be ruined by a guy who is more trouble than not.
There’s just one problem. Grey has his dark eyes set on someone…
…and that someone is me.
I really got into the book but it just became repetitive towards the end. It was left without addressing main mysteries in the story, for instance who Rose was and what happened between them. Hope the author releases a sequel to explain those parts and to elaborate more on the new relationships.
So slow and boring! no depth to anything whether it be the characters or the story! I’m guessing it was meant to be a cliff hanger but it was more like the author got bored of the story too and just stopped writing, don’t waste you time
I don’t usually leave reviews, I either enjoyed a book or I didn’t but it feel that’s personal choice.
However, I honestly found this book to be truly awful. I really can’t believe it was published.
There is a total misrepresentation of mental health conditions, especially bi-polar disorder. You made him into some kind of freak show instead of exploring behaviors and how this would effect him. There was no empathy shown towards him and the bit about medication was truly awful. You almost made him a villain because of the condition. In a time where mental health conditions are being sensitively explored and positively explored you stomped all over that.
The characters and plot were really underdeveloped. There’s tension between grey and mason but no explanation of why. Who is Rose?? What’s her significance to those two characters??
It’s was an overly drawn out book of nothingness. I wondered if it was because there was a 2nd book that would need to be paid for but can’t determine that there is.