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  • Two flawed souls searching for one another!

    Crave, Adore, Shatter, and Claim are the books in this box set, and the main characters are Ian Anwell and Kristina Richards. Ian is a New York Times best selling author of historical fiction and Kristina is an actress who Ian chooses to be his muse. Both of these characters are flawed and they both know what it means to fight addiction and obsession. Just when it seems like these two are perfect for one another, bam, something will happen and it seems like they are poison to each other. I have to admit, sometimes I hated them both, but at the same time I rooted for them to get their act together. K.M. Scott has a way of writing characters that you love and hate at the same time. This series is intense, raw, gripping and emotional. Bet you are rooting for Ian and Kristina before the last page is turned!!

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  • 4.5 stars

    I’ve been a fan of KM Scott since reading Crash Into Me. I love her writing and the steam, the plot and the strong love between the hero and heroine in her books. I think this series is very unique and erotic. I love the meaning behind the title. My favorite part was part 3, because it was raw and realistic. My least favorite part was part 2, because I didn’t like Kristina there. In part 4 were the most romantic and emotional conversations. This series tells us about Ian and Kristina’s love story. Ian is a bestselling author and he writes historical fiction novels. He is easily addicted to things, like drugs, alcohol, sex or persons. He has been to rehab a couple times and hasn’t touched drugs for a couple months now. On one drunken night, he’s watching the tv and is fascinated with an actress named Kristina. He watches all her movies in one night and the next day he wants to meet her. Kristina has always been a fan of Ian’s books and would love to meet him. They meet at a bar and that’s the start of their turbulent love story. I love Kristina and Ian, but there are also a few amazing secondary characters. Sheila is the agent of Ian and she’s actually also his friend. She always supports him, but she also pushes him with his writing. She’s always there for him, ready to help or listen. Sienna is the best friend of Kristina and also an actress. She’s always there for her and gives her advice. She wants Kristina to be happy. There are lots of twists and turns, some you expect and some you don’t expect. Even in the last part, near the end, there’s a twist that I didn’t see coming at all. Ian and Kristina definitely have their ups and downs. Their relationship isn’t always easy and they both make mistakes, but they love each other very much and want to fight for each other. I really loved them together. The only thing I wanted, was an epilogue. I loved the last chapter of part 4, but I wanted to know more about their future. They had been through so much and even though they were happy and in love at the end, I just wanted more.

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  • Goodbye to fast

    Love this book. I just felt the ending was rushed. 5 months into last chapter was way too short after what happens in the previous chapter. I would highly recommend.

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