Tuesday, May 24, 2016

[R] Priceless, by: Linda Kage

(Forbidden Men #8)
by: Linda Kage


Three things in my life were fact.
I needed Sarah to survive.
I needed sex to remain sane.
And I could never mix sex with Sarah.

I just knew—deep in my marrow—that if I did, I’d somehow lose her. All my deepest darkest secrets would crack open, bleed out, and ruin everything between us. I wouldn’t unleash the shit inside me on my worst enemy, let alone her. So she stayed strictly in the friend zone.

People probably thought I never went there with her because of her cerebral palsy, but f*ck them. She knew she was the most important person in my world, and I wasn’t about to risk hurting our relationship just to make my c*ck happy.

Until the moment she begged me to take her virginity.
Now it’s all about to hit the fan, because how the hell do you resist the one person forbidden to you when she says please?
--Brandt Gamble

OMG I fucking love it! I knew it, I knew I was going to love it with all my heart. I knew how perfect Brandt was. I knew this story was going to rock my day, week, year!

If you haven't read the other books in the Forbidden Men, get out of here and come back when you do. Those books are fucking AMAZING. Now, if you did read (at least some of them) you know about Sarah and about Brandt and you know a little about their backstory. Believe when I tell you that you know nothing. Linda Kage took secrets from the hat like a pro-magician. I couldn't believe what I was reading. Everything clicked better than a mouse's computer and the puzzle was complete. Sarah and Brandt's story comes to flourish when both were 13 years old. Being in the same school, same grade and each other only friend, made their relationship beautifully perfect. The thing is that they have been in love with each other since the first day, but they will never accept it to the other person and let alone do something about it. So when finally Sarah will have her first date, something inside Brandt snaps. Sarah takes action and asks Brandt what she really wants, him to take her v-card. Brandts says no, but he cannot resist when Sarah says please.
"... when he cupped my face, looked into my eyes, and added, "This right here--every single piece of you--is very precious cargo to me. If anyone mistreat it, I'd lose my shit. You're not just my best friend, you're my sanity. You're priceless, Sarah."
This fucking story. This fucking story broke my heart in a million pieces and then put it back together. Jesus H. Christ. I thank Linda Kage for making such book. To open the eyes to every person in the world that think that people with disabilities are zeros. I thank that person that sent Linda a letter to please make a story of Sarah, thank you because of you I read this book now. I'm telling you if this book isn't treated how it deserves, I should lose hope in humanity.
"I could lose everyone I know and everything I had, and I'd still be able to handle it as long as I still had you. You're the only person who does matter to me."
Both characters' stories entwined very great. They are deeper than the ocean, bittersweet, but overall heartbroke, until is all happiness. I recommend you ABOVE everything else to READ this book. Is seriously perfect and I wouldn't change a thing. The author writes with this confidence that captivates you and makes wanting for more. That we certainly will have more, because there's one more book of Forbidden Men coming soon. Apparently is called Consolation Prize and is about Colton Gamble and the new bartender called Julianna. Let's see how that goes. I hope to catch an ARC. Read me later!

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