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The characters were vivid, their story was heartwrenching, the emotions were raw.
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That one person who knows you better than you can sometimes know yourself. Told generaational two parallel time lines, we witness the devastating effects of domestic abuse and the slow process of learning to love through the pain. The characters in this book do blaie exist outside of the imagination of the author and are in no way meant to represent any persons living or dead.
The secondary male character, the father, was an abusive asshole and reading about his overbearing. Generational Sins was a bit of both. And in a way, BDSM is a kind of character in this story.
Apr 15, NiteReader rated it liked it Shelves: From getting a strange insight to a very different kind of abuse that David and his mother endured The time has come to introduce Kat to his parents – not as his wife and long-time partner, and certainly not as his submissive – but as his new girlfriend. It was not and if 50 shades was your introduction to BDSM be prepared to read a very different take on in Generational Sins. I promise it was not intentional. Apr 06, Shannon Giraffe Days rated it really liked it Shelves: Blair starts her story off with a quote that really does capture – in some ways – the essence of the story, as well as being very apt and wise.
Now I am not trying to insult the author here. Their relationship is purely platonic yet both having feelings for each other. From the moment David meets Kat, he knows the nagging questions about his behavior and what is right or wrong will be tested.
Blair lives in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania with her loving husband and two cats. That night is the pivotal moment that David learns not only is Kat his object of his desire but also his light in his darkness. However, i couldn’t accept the character of David’s father.
Curiousity killed the cat, and tonight it sure did for me! In fact, I have just downloaded the prequel to this: Kat and David are absolutely amazing together. At first, I thought the heroine Kat was a very damaged woman. Kat and David’s relationship is depicted in such a way that you would be sure to feel immense respect and understanding for them.
While roaming for his next tally mark he mistakes Kat for a possibility and immediately runs to the next available woman. Overall, I really like the storyline in this book and alternation of past and present chapters was really appealing to me. David is untrained and inexperienced as a Dominant. Most female lead characters are always the opposite and I just want to reach through the book and shake them!!
Aug 24, Kathy rated it it was amazing.
The more the description the author has given, the more i generationla worried about the series ffree events that was to be unfolded and at one point i was praying and wishing he hadn’t done what he had done to poor Kat. So not good for those who don’t have a lot of time to read and actually have to set a book down. The contrast is Richard and Ellen. But then David would profess his love to Kat, and it was so obvious he loved her so much that the mix of sweet and sour just worked.
Does it have a happy or at least satidfying ending? We have this long drawn out mentally draining story, a great story, but the end was wrapped samzntha so quickly that I can’t help but be little upset about that. Violence is much more subtle, much deeper, and we are inquiring into the very depths of violence.
At college David meets Katlyn – a classmate who is his intellectual equal but becomes his emotional saviour.
Ok, so I love a dark read. View all 6 comments.
It’s just something that I hope I or not even my worse enemy would go thru.