Still by Kennedy Ryan
Series: Grip series, book 2
Genre: contemporary romance
Publisher: self published
Publication Date: September 24, 2017
I don’t think I’ll ever have proper words to express everything this story made me feel.
Grip and Bristol’s love has been tried and tested over and over and they’ve always survived. They are each other’s ride or die. They made promises to see each other through every tough situation life threw at them. Are they going to be able to stay true to their promises? Or is one tragedy enough to ruin a love that is meant to be forever.
This book is not something you can prepare for.
Grip and Bristol’s struggle is not an easy one. They are an interracial couple under the scrutiny of so many people who think they can decide who gets to love who. The constant reminder of how they are unfit for each other then the whole aspect of racial discrimination really put strains on their lives. But true love triumphs all.
I am so so happy Kennedy Ryan wrote Still. It shows you that happily ever afters are not something that are served on a silver platter. It’s something you work on everyday. My heart hurt for Grip and Bristol’s pain and honestly I cried so much for these two. But the way Kennedy told their story, it made my heart full of hope and happiness.
It’s such an essential sequel to what is an already important series. It’s not easy but it’s real and so so beautiful. Grip and Bristol’s chemistry was ON POINT and man they are so hot together. But I adore their strength. I adore how absolutely real they are with each other. The kind of relationship they share is not easy to come by which is what made their story so much more endearing.
I am so much in love with this series, I can’t even imagine what my life would have been without having ever read this.
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I’ll be there.
Through thick and thin.
Ride or die.
You can count on me.
The promises people make. The vows we take.
Assumptions of the heart.
Emotion tells us how we feel, but life…life has a way of plunging us in boiling water, burning away our illusions, testing our faith, trying our convictions.
Love floating is a butterfly, but love tested is an anchor.
For Grip and Bristol
Love started at the top of the world
On a Ferris wheel under the stars
But when that love is tested, will they fly or fall?