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review 2018-05-27 13:45
In the Absence of Light
In The Absence Of Light - Adrienne Wilder

Morgan may be autistic, but he is a normal man with a mental condition, not a mental condition who is a man.”

 

Good heavens. Once again Adrienne Wilder has blown me away with her intense and passionate relationships. This one...just wow. The sex scenes in this are quite possibly the best I’ve read. Unique, intense and just absolutely beautiful. And don’t get me started on the eye contact between Morgan and Grant. I absolutely cannot wait to read this again.

 

A six star read on the couple and their relationship no doubt. The humor and heart in this is so well crafted that you can’t help but love every minute they are on page together. This one fell short with the FBI and Grant’s business dealings. It was really too much and pulled me away from the parts I really wanted. Bummer on that front...but hey...this couple is soooo worth it.

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text 2018-05-26 15:35
Reading progress update: I've read 62%.
In The Absence Of Light - Adrienne Wilder

“You like watching me.” He bit his lip.
“Who wouldn’t? You’re beautiful, Morgan.” He averted his eyes, but not in the way he did when he looked beyond. I pulled him down until our foreheads touched, until he was forced to look at me or close his eyes. “You are beautiful.”
“Sunsets are beautiful, beaches are beautiful, not men.”
“I’d rather watch you.”

 

❤️❤️❤️

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text 2018-05-24 00:37
Reading progress update: I've read 27%.
In The Absence Of Light - Adrienne Wilder

Bloody hell, that was...

 

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text 2018-05-23 12:25
Reading progress update: I've read 21%.
In The Absence Of Light - Adrienne Wilder

“The light is a funny thing, Grant. We think it shows us what we need to see, but in reality, it blinds us. That’s why I brought you here. I wanted you to see me.”

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review 2018-04-29 16:42
63 Days Later
63 Days Later: A Holiday Tail - Adrienne Wilder

This was so needed and honestly I wish some of this had been included in the full novel, Wild.  The true epilogue for that amazing couple.

 

And sweet Daisy...love her.

 

 

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