- Tapa blanda: 216 páginas
- Editor: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; Edición: 1 (20 de noviembre de 2014)
- Colección: Room 104
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 1503217051
- ISBN-13: 978-1503217058
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Denying Heaven: Volume 3 (Room 104) (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 20 nov 2014
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The third book in the Room 103 series. Bulk’s story Love triangles… nasty things! Especially if one of the trio is dead. Bulk fell in love at sixteen. Shona was his heart, his soul, the meaning of his life. Then she was killed… suddenly, horrifically and brutally. He never had the chance to say goodbye, never had the chance to tell her how much he loved her. How much he breathed for her and how much her pregnancy with his child energized his life to the point of a motivation he had never experienced before. Seven long, lonely, painful and comatose years later, Spirit, a guitarist for River’s Ink, takes Bulk’s shit, wraps it up and sucks it dry. She takes his grief and kicks it to the curb. She fights against him, with him and for him. She wants him; she needs him and God, if he doesn’t need her right the hell back. She’s everything Shona was; fun, full of life and so utterly breath taking she steals his breath with every smile, every word that leaves her pretty lips and each naughty twinkle in her eye. But is Spirit what he actually needs to revive his life? When Spirit’s secrets, a face from her past and her uncontrollable addiction to drugs and alcohol show their ugly heads, will Bulk shake his head and declare a final ‘No’ to life, or will he hold her tight, pull her close and fight her demons with her? Will their fight for each other resurrect their deceased souls or will it invite the Devil to finally, once and for all, swallow them whole? This book contains explicit sex scenes, strong language, violence and substance abuse… oh, and one hell of an alpha male. It is recommended that tissues are on stand-by.
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It took awhile to figure who all these characters were. One being Chase who is known as Bulk. Bulk pines for his dead wife Shona.
Bulk is demanding, sexy, and unavailable emotionally. Yet he craves Spirit. It took some time before Spirit opened up about her past which helped to make her more appealing and more human. The attachment was finally made to allow me to understand the drive Bulk had for her.
Even though they are on tour the story does not focus on that aspect. The focus is them sharing space in the form of a tour bus and hotel rooms. The tour has been an excuse to bring them together and help aid in Spirits addiction.
The book description depicts a great story about Spirit dealing with her substance abuse and Bulk's attachment for Shona's spirit. Two souls that reached out for each other to fill the void with sex to bring comfort for one another.
At times I'm lost in British jargon having no understanding as to what is being said. I enjoy the honest tender moments when Bulk is being sweet. The sex is explicit. Way too much oral sex.
An unconventional love story filled with turmoil, destruction, and secrets. It's a volatile arrangement. It was a challenging story to love. I did however like it in some aspects.
“I’m too hard now, too numb and too angry with life to be what you need and you need to learn to grieve and forgive yourself". Quote from Chase.
Not that current day life was debilitating for Bulk, it was sad and difficult, but seeing all his friends get married and start families sent him into a downward spiral of emotion. And there stands Spirit, who is a member of their opening act on tour. A train wreck with a cocaine, alcohol and sex addiction. I felt disgust, not because she has a problem per se as I would have been happy if Bulk befriended her to get help, but when it turned romantic the issues she has was the last thing he ever needed when he has so many demons. Plus sleeping with her unprotected knowing she has been around and has these drugs problems grossed me out. One she could have something and two why would you want that with someone who is so strung out. Bulk is so much better than that.
Of course you know that there has to be reasons for her downward spiral and they are somewhat justified. Bulk doesn't help the situation with his head games with her. All Sprit wants is to be able to trust someone and feel loved but that's the last thing she has had her entire life and the only way she can find comfort in what she has been dealt is with addiction - anything that takes her to another place.
One thing I have not understood in Thrilling and Denying Heaven is why Eve nor Jenn ever intervened. Sometimes talking to someone who has gone through something tragic or similar as you makes you feel not alone or gives ones strength. These girls just watched their best friends suffer and hurt instead of trying to help them and I just don't get that.
Out of all 3 books this one was a little more difficult to understand in regards to the British language and it was in scenes that were impactful or insightful. I also felt more irritated because Bulk grew up in a drug impacted family so to involve himself with Spirit and her drugs issues bewildered me. Again not because she needed help, but because of the romance. There is also a theme among all 3 books (and I'm believing a 4th based on potential for Romeo's and Zoe) that resides with all the girls. I'm not sure how to say it without telling you so I will at least say it's a little redundant but gave you insight.
I'd say out of the three in the series this was my least favorite but I did like it. The epilogue had me in tears. It was the sweetest, yet saddest thing I have read and truly hope that, that's the way all endings are in real life. :-0
Of the "Room 103" series, this book is my absolute favorite. The only reasons I didn't give it five stars were because I feel as though there was too much of an insta-love vibe and because I just about pulled my hair out over how back and forth the characters were. Their feelings went from left to right every couple of pages. That aside, I loved the chemistry. The sex oozed like pus. (Really bad example, but you get the ooze part. Lmao) I loved that there was never really a dull moment and the pace was relatively fast. The dialogue was great, because it was raw when necessary and cheesy when appropriate. The characters, both main and secondary, were funny, witty, and mostly enjoyable. The story tapped into a range of emotions for me. I felt Spirit and Bulks grief from their pasts, but I also felt their passion and Together they pretty much rocked so I'm pleased with their outcome. Definitely recommend and can't wait for Romeos story! Keep it up D H Sidebottom. =)