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Grip: I Fell For Her Before The Beat Dropped

Grip: I Fell For Her Before The Beat Dropped

Escrito por Kennedy Ryan

Narrado por Maxine Mitchell e Jakobi Diem


Grip: I Fell For Her Before The Beat Dropped

Escrito por Kennedy Ryan

Narrado por Maxine Mitchell e Jakobi Diem

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4.5/5 (36 avaliações)
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14 horas
Editora:
Lançado em:
Aug 8, 2017
ISBN:
9781541477605
Formato:
Audiolivro

Descrição

Resisting an irresistible force wears you down and turns you out.

I know—I've been doing it for years.

I may not have a musical gift of my own, but I've got a nose for talent and an eye for the extraordinary. And Marlon James—Grip to his fans—is nothing short of extraordinary.

Years ago, we strung together a few magical nights, but I keep those memories in a locked drawer and I've thrown away the key. All that's left is friendship and work.

He's on the verge of unimaginable fame, all his dreams poised to come true.

I manage his career, but I can't seem to manage my heart. It's wild, reckless, disobedient—and it remembers all the things I want to forget.

Contains mature themes.
Editora:
Lançado em:
Aug 8, 2017
ISBN:
9781541477605
Formato:
Audiolivro


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    Audio-book: Narrators - Jakobi Diem and Maxine Mitchell

    I struggled a bit with Ms. Mitchell’s initial performance in the prequel Flow but either I acclimated to her voice or her performance was fine tuned because I found her to be very satisfactory without the issues of a monotone I had experienced before. She did both male and female well and I was never once taken out of the story due to the character’s voices. Mr. Diem once more killed it with his portrayal of Grip/Marlon and I was enthralled with the depth of emotion he exhibited.

    This picks up eight years after the prequel and interestingly enough, Bristol is working as Grip’s manager as he’s making it big and they are friends. Huh? I wondered if I had missed another book somewhere in between. There was a ton of angst here as well as decisions and actions that once made would affect a large portion of these character’s lives. Bristol kind of annoyed me with her push, push, pushing away even while she wanted to pull Grip to her.

    While Grip loved Bristol and wanted nothing more than her, he was attempting to move on with his life. She has shot him down enough and I didn’t blame him for wanting to just go forward instead of being held in some kind of limbo as a result of that one week/kiss/night eight years before. But when Bristol arranges and pushes another woman on him I wanted to scream at her for her idiocy and I certainly didn’t blame Grip for taking what was being offered even if it was a bit on the “I’ll show you” side of things.

    This was in my opinion a mess of emotions and drama all wrapped in some of the hot social topics of our times that was the one thing in this story I was actually cheering for. Overall, it was an okay read/listen, but some of the choices made were aggravating even if I understood why they were made. This was a completely “It’s me, not the book” issue and I was disappointed I couldn’t love this as much as the majority did.