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Preview — Lily of the Valley by Sarah Daltry. Lily of the Valley Flowering 1. This isn't a sweet and innocent coming of age story.
If dirty talk, bedroom toys, and threesomes offend you There are also no billionaires, strippers, or virgins. This is just the story of typical college kids trying to connect to each other. They tell you that it hurts, that sometimes it's consuming. What they don't tell you is that it's not the pain that can kill you. It's the uncomfortable numbness that follows, the weakness in your body when you realize your lungs may stop taking in air and you just can't exert enough energy to care.
It's the way taste and color and smell fade from the world and all you're left with is a sepia print of misery. That's when the shift starts - the movement from passive to active. I fall asleep, hoping that the morning will bring back the pain. At least the pain is a thing. Desperate to escape the area where he grew up, the people who know his secrets, and his own family, he deals with his problems through alcohol and meaningless sex.
When he first sees Lily, she's the epitome of everything he hates. Yet something about her makes Jack rethink everything he knows and assumes about other people.
Now, with the help of his best friend and lover, Jack has to decide if he wants to pursue something that he knows will only end badly. Can Lily be one of the few people who can see Jack for who he really is - or will his darkness be too much for her to handle? Get A Copy.
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Sort order. I haven't read the first book in the series yet, but this one made it sure that i will. Not because i fell in love with the story or the characters, no, not even close but just to try and find the parts that were missing from this one. I'm in a very awkward position right now. Although the plot is very good and the writing is also fine, the tampered "realism" made me gag. I wanted to lose my self in Jack's story and that would have worked if it wasn't so disjointed and forced.
I'm all for realism I haven't read the first book in the series yet, but this one made it sure that i will. I'm all for realism and pain, but it's just not real when an author tries to pass as "raw and genuine" the insta-love and the profession of it after only a sex rampage that lasted almost 4 days.
I just hate it when characters in books or movies make those mistakes. In-lust, in-love and love are not the same, that's the truth. Love is earned day by day, no one can diminish it as he or she sees fit. If i have to be honest i didn't like the book that much but it has some rather good traits too.
Like the realistic description of depression, Jack's good back story and the volatile relationship he carries for years with Alana and its meaning. Otherwise the book reads as an underdeveloped good thought that needs much work to become something interesting. The extreme usage of sex that is not particularly good or hot, the rushed conclusion that in fact leaves the whole story out, the love that is not earned and the characters that have no consistency on their actions and words left me entirely unsatisfied. In retrospect not that dark or deep, yes the theme almost makes you obligated to perceive it as such but it just doesn't make the cut.
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A total mystery and not in a good way. I felt none. Then she becomes the voice of reason, strong and likeable. What the hell? No one uses a condom in this book, now that's really disturbing.
ARC provided via Netgalley in exchange of an honest review. Thank you! I loved Jack in the first one this book made me love him even more in this one.
To see how his relationship was with Alana was something else and I can totally see her and Dave having a book. When Jake talked about the snowmen he made and the flashback he had when the teachers talked about it brought me to tears. I saw that it was going to be a book 2 but it had the same synopsis as this one did so I'm a little confused. I mean they have the whole met the parents and the situation with his dad that's really a big part of the story.
Jake is so one of my favorite bad boy bbf. Oct 15, K. Raw, erotic and amazing!! I used to think that the erotic life was the province of the rich, or at least the fairly well off. How can you think about being beautiful, sensual and naughty when you're scrounging for your next meal?
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But Sarah Daltry, Author has dispelled that notion for me as her protagonist Jack is so sexy and yet very much from the wrong side of the tracks. For him, sex is a form of exorcism of the pain bubbling in his soul. And the sex is way way hot. So Lily of the Valley, which is book two of The Flowering series, is an unusual novel. It delivers on two very different fronts, combining Jack's raw and gritty emotional journey to survive a truly awful past, with an erotic coming of age story as hot as any I've read in a while. I was squirming big time after reading some of the scorching hot sex in this book.
I wanted Jack to jump off the page and do me the way he did Lily sorry if that's a spoiler! This is a Romeo and Juliet story in which Romeo is emotionally wounded to the core by something that his father has done, such that Jack fears that he is cursed for life. Enter Lily, who appears to be from the other side of the tracks, though it's unclear whether she's really got the silver spoon in her mouth, or if that's just her persona. No matter, she's gorgeous and Jack falls for her hard.
Then there is Alana, Jack's best friend with benefits with whom Jack cannot have a "normal" relationship. The three of them form one hot triangle, and in one of my favorite scenes, because I like hot, dirty sex, all get it on.
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The magic of this book is that even as I squirmed and reached for my toy drawer while reading it, I was caught up in Jack's painful emotional journey and his attempt at redemption through his relationship with Lily. Read it.
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It's great. And hot. I can't wait to read more from Sarah Daltry! Oh Jack!!! Jack may be the ultimate bad boy, with his tattoos, piercings and sex god moves but he is also damaged. Jack's had a hard life, and on the inside of his hard confident exterior is a vulnerable, heart broken boy. Sarah has done a brilliant job of capturing Jack's feelings, making your heart break for him as you read him struggle to deal with th If you've read Forget Me Not, then you have already fell in love with Jack, I didn't think it was possible to love him even more, but YES IT IS!
Sarah has done a brilliant job of capturing Jack's feelings, making your heart break for him as you read him struggle to deal with the feelings he has for Lily and the troubles from his past. For the first time sex means something more to Jack than just an escape and that makes Jack feel both elated and terrified. This is a must read! Sarah's a brilliant author and I look forward to reading more of her work!
I love how this book shows the honest side of the reality of depression and suicidal thoughts.