Girls let me tell you that the series i’m about to post my reviews is so so good. I recomend to everyone to have a good look at this series.The Braille Club is the first book from the ” The Braille Club Series” from J.A. Kerr ( J A Kerr Author of The Braille Club Series ) and belive me you will love it.
I, for some time, wanted to have read this series and when an opportunity arose I did not hesitate. I was very happy to have the chance to read this series and every word I read made me become more and more anxious.
J. A. Kerr is a new author to me and I can say that I enjoyed a lot the way she tells this story. The way she writes is simple and catchy, and the fact that the book is narrated in the third person makes it different as if she was reading just for me.
“The Braille Club” explores the story of various characters, each special in its own way.
Benedict is the founder of the Braille Club, club that he decided to open after attending a party where the theme was similar. Something awakens him and the unknown was something that enthused and excited. He felt something he never expected to feel and want to find the person who gave him this wonderful experience. He is a very private person, just want to make his business thrive, do not want relationships and does not have time for girlfriends.
Sienna is a mysterious woman, who had known Benedict in a bar and cannot forget him. Unfortunately she has a past that haunts her and wants at all costs to be happy and free from the shackles that limit her happiness.
Nick is Sienna’s husband, he’s a psychiatrist, a very possessive of his wife, but something in it emanates bad energy.
Guy is the right arm of Benedict, he’s a former police officer and with Benedict they manage “The Braille Club”. He is a reserved and taciturn man.
Matt is Benedict’s best friend. He’s an attractive man, cheerful and loves parties. For him their friendship is very important.
Gabriella is a married woman but lately her love life has not run optimally. She longs to spice up her sex life, to find desire again.
Abbey was constantly betrayed by her husband and never felt so miserable and humiliated like this. She wants to save her marriage but don’t know how.
Through a friend, Abbey and Gabriella know the “The Braille Club”. The unknown captivates them but would have managed the necessary weapons to save their marriages?
The whole book alternates between the present and the past. We get to know Benedict’s past but also his present.
I loved what I read, the uncertain, the mystery, the unknown made me want to read more and more. I had said this before but I will say it again, I found this book extremely engaging and cannot wait to start reading the next book, “The Braille Club Unbound” because the suspense involving the last chapters was very agonizing and intense.
I rated this book with 5 Bookworm stars
The Braille Club Undone is the second book from The Braille Series from J.A. Kerr.( J A Kerr Author of The Braille Club Series ) and like the first one is breathtaking.
If I was hallucinating by the way “The Braille Club”, the first book in this series ended, I can’t tell you what crossed my mind when I started reading “The Braille Club Unbound”. I was so nervous just for how this book began that I cannot find the right words to describe it. What will happen next?
“The Braille Club Unbound” focuses on the stories of Sienna, Benedict and Nick, but also lets us know the story of Guy, Anna, Matt, Niven, Ford and Esme. The love story between Sienna and Benedict will be taken by assault.
As I had said in my previous review, Guy is Benedict and Sienna’s right arm, and we will figure more about his past. He has a past that binds him to Anna, and I can say that the scenes between them are hot as hell.
Anna is a renowned lawyer, she’s a determined woman who always get what she wants. When she meet Guy she knows that something inside her rekindles but when her marriage is endangered something change.
Niven is an extremely beautiful girl, a well-known model and beloved by the public. She feels observed and that makes her uneasy. Her childhood was marked by abandonment, neglect and tragedy and all this made her very insecure.
Matt is Benedict’s best friend and his partner in his architecture business. He continues with his natural joy and love bugging Benedict, in a positive way of course.
Ford is an engineer hired to improve and create the technology needed to manage “The Braille Club”. He’s a loner who likes to be left alone in his little world.
Esme is Ford’s friend from college days. She’s elusive and funny and she’s also an engineer and the passion she has for her profession leads her to always want more, to want to overcome everything and everyone.
This book continues to alternate between the past and the present. J.A. Kerr has, as I had said before, a simple, appealing and addictive writing. The suspense she manage to transpire for this book is something indescribable. I felt literally glued to my Kindle, I didn’t wanted to be bothered because I wanted to read more and more. Things were happening at a breakneck pace that made my anxiety levels go up sharply. The unknown and the uncertain were the fuse that caused all this explosion of feelings, fears and concerns. The events, wars, follies are emerging one after another, my god it tortured me. And the hot scenes? The hot scenes were beautiful, very torrid and intense. I had to start reading the third book of this series “The Braille Club Undone” because I wanted to know what would happen to the main characters of this plot.
I rated this book with 5 bookworm stars
The Braille Club Undone is the third book from The Braille Club Series from J.A. Kerr (J A Kerr Author of The Braille Club Series)
Prepare yourself to feel
With much anxiety, curiosity and desperation was how I felt when I started reading this book. Despair that was growing because of the other books in this series.
Keep in mind that if you haven’t read the other books of this series you should not start reading this because although there are new characters, the stories of the main characters of this plot continues. I am sincerely addicted to JA Kerr writing because her writing is something I cannot explain. She could appeal to the best in me but also the worst.
Like the other books from this series, “The Braille Club Undone” continues to tell the stories of Benedict, Sienna, Nick, Guy, Anna, Niven and Matt but we are also introduced to Si, Tess, Virinder and Noor.
Si and Tess are two TV presenters who are involved in an explosive relationship, a relationship that will lead them to “The Braille Club” because both have a peculiar taste in their sex life, and their preferences sometimes puts them in trouble.
Virinder and Noor are engaged. This engagement was imposed by his abusive father. Virinder is a lonely man with many insecurities. He’s a successful man but doesn’t like to mingle.
Noor is a cold, calculating and self-serving woman. For her this marriage is nothing more than a business. But when they know each other more deeply something happens that begins to change the course of their lives.
This book reinforces the importance that our family has in our lives, but also explores the true love.
How far can go the madness and wickedness of a man? How far love can justify the actions of a crazy man?
If I told you that the suspense in the previous books was very high, I can assure you that this book can bust any scale, it had parts where I thought everything would go wrong, that there was no return to the light. And the hot scenes are pretty high in this book and are becoming more and better every time.
The mystery, suspense, twists and turns made me devour this book in no time and left me with such a book hangover! The feeling you get from the characters makes you feel like you are right there with them.
I was very happy reading this book when I was hit violently by the news that there would be another book. I cannot stand this waiting. Why is it that when I’m motivated and curious to read a book I cannot have the final at my disposal? This wait will kill me slowly and painfully, but on the other hand I’ll have another book to read, lol.
I rated this book with 5 bookworm stars.