Review: Flow by Kennedy Ryan

Title: Flow
Author: Kennedy Ryan
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Type: Book 0.5 of 2 from Grip Series
POV: First Person – Dual

After years of being estranged, Bristol Gray was making an effort to reconnect with her brother. But the one week she had was spent mostly with his best friend Grip. As the trip came to an end, she had to decide if the connection was something worth keeping.

I look at her, cataloging her features one by one and realizing the most fascinating thing about this girl isn’t visible to the naked eye.

I know a lot of people love this series, so even though I’m not into musicians anymore (especially not rappers), I thought I’ll try see how it is. Well, I ended up liking it a lot.

I don’t know what she wants or what I am to her. Is she slumming? Am I some exotic fruit or a novelty she sampled on vacation? Or does this feel to her like it feels to me? Like the beginning of something.

I love both Bristol and Grip. They came from a completely different background but connected by their ability to mentally stimulate each other. They also had amazing chemistry together.

We both gave each other space to be misunderstood, because we really wanted to understand.

For a novella, it sure packed a punch. It’s well developed with a good pace. I feel like I already know a lot about the characters and their situations. I’m definitely looking forward to see how their story will evolve.

Books in the series:
Flow (Grip, #0.5) by Kennedy Ryan Grip (Grip, #1) by Kennedy Ryan Still (Grip, #2) by Kennedy Ryan


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