Grey’s Awakening would’ve been perfect if it didn’t get too much on everything. There’s just too much in it – too much sex, too many hang ups, too many unbelievably annoying conflicts and did I say too much sex… not that’s I’m really complaining but c’mon man…
The story centers on venture capitalist Greyson Cole and trucker-cum-artist Sirus Wilder. Both are healing from their past and doesn’t need the complications of getting romantically involved so they agreed to a sexual affair while staying in Grey’s cabin (yeah, FYI – Sirus’s cabin’s just across this one and he’s staying here due to some bathroom repair – shrewd huh?)
The excessive number of sex involved prevented the story to develop more. I get Grey’s aversion but find his actuation childish in contrast with his business persona. Sirus on the other hand was underplayed when he’s actually more interesting than Grey.
The ones that I mentioned didn’t keep me from finishing the book so you can try to read this one for yourself if you’re up to this sort of stories.
Rating: 2 out of 5 stars