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This is a very intense book but oh so good. Kristoff is not his father’s son and thank goodness for that. He falls in love with Magdalena and she with him against all the odds. Their relationship begins with violence and there are parts of the book that are hard to read but somehow appropriate. There is also betrayal of the worst kind, but there is also justice and kindness and an unusual happy ending. A great read and a great addition to Blaire’s World.
This is ok but I am not sure why I didn't like it more. Normally I love this kind of dark romance with BDSM elements to it. However, this time I wasn't very thrilled with it. The way she goes from hating to loving without any reason was dissapointing; the way she just got over her trauma wasn't right either. Overall it was just ok but I wouldn't read it again not recommend it.
Wowsers, this is one dark story that held my attention from start to finish. There are possible triggers in this, lots of triggers, but if you're ok with non-consent then I really do recommend this novella.
Magdalena is such a 'normal' girl you couldn't help but connect with her. She might have been a little bit naive, but only in the same way the vast majority of us would be when it comes to organised crime and sex slavery. I absolutely adored her. Kristoff is a really good antihero, he isn't a good man at all. Thankfully he grows to like our heroine as much as I did, and Kristoff is nothing if not possessive of what he sees as his.
I read this in one go, once I'd met this pair I really couldn't put the book down. Even when I had to read it through my fingers there was still something special about the writing that just held me spellbound. The story flows well, with a really easy to read writing style and where both plot and pace were really good. It was perhaps a bit too insta-love for my taste BUT in a book of this length there is always something that has to give.
I always worry when an author I like ventures into the dark zone. I'm really picky over what I consider a dark read and dread it in case they don't hit the mark. Thankfully Kristoff completely and utterly hits the target, perhaps almost too well at times! I loved it and really hope Ms Stone writes more books of this ilk.
As i was reading "Kristoff" by Measha Stone my emotions were sitting in my throat.I was conflicted and vacillated between every emotions known. Even though I knew that this book was dark,it still pushed my boundaries.
I am in awe of Ms Stone's ability to write such an unbelievable raw and intense story that was both twisted,addictive,visceral,heart breaking and gritty.She created a story that will give you chills down your spine and mess with your head.This is not a particularly comfortable or easy book to read and could cause triggers for some readers.
Magdalena is a freelance journalist investigating sex trafficking in London. All she wanted was a few photos of the Dowidoff's house and any information however small.Never did she expect to become one of the girls up for auction herself.Her world turned upside down after she was kidnapped and woke up bound in Andrie Dowidoff's house.Andrie is pure evil and to Magdalena's dismay,she finds out how evil he his.Andrie puts Magdalena's training into Kristoff's hands to ready her to sell at auction.He is a dangerous,with little or no conscience. As hard as he tries to break her,he see the spirit within her. He liked her spunk, it was addictive but foolish,there would be no way out for Magdalena.Much to her horror her body betrayed her and she was aroused by the humiliation at his hands.He sees the fight in her eyes,the inner strength and is intrigued but he has a job to do.His father and his friends undo all his training in one single night,he is furious and they would all pay.The fight has left her completely,she was comfortable left in her own darkness as reality was too painful.
I personally did not like Kristoff,I thought he was a one dimensional character but he surprised me in the end.The betrayal by Magdalena's sister was a hard pill to swallow. Despite the darkness,I absolutely loved this book.Magdalena fought for her very essence, i felt her fear,despair and pain time and time again as she was determined to free herself. The author was uncompromising in her depiction of a complicated one sided relationship. I love this series and have become obsessed with each and every book.
Ok NOTE!!! There are triggers for some in this book but if your reading a "dark romance" then there shouldn't be any right? This is my first time reading this author and I will be reading more from her. I liked how the book started and kept me turning the pages. Read this in one day. Kristoff I knew was gonna be the good guy even though he was bad. Maggie I got where she was coming from after being kidnapped. She had dabbled with BDSM but this wasn't under her terms or with someone she wanted. She was being sold as a sex slave and had to be trained. I'm just glad it was a happy ending. And yes I will be reading more from this author. Good job!
Definite trigger warnings for this book. The story the characters were all written beautifully. I wasn’t expecting the story to be so dark. Naive Magdalene is kidnapped and forced to be trained as a sex slave, due to be auctioned however her trainer didn’t expect to fall for her. I loved the strength in her character to endure such hardships and survive with the spirit she did. Great read.
This one is definitely dark and full of triggers for some. Man I felt so bad for Magdalena. She is a strong willed girl but to go through all she had simply amazes me. She breaks but comes out stronger in the end even stealing Kristoff’s heart. It’s a quick read that feeds that need one needs to lose them selfs to the dark side for just long enough and still get the happy ending.
Be warned this is a dark book, with dark elements. It may have triggers for some. If you don't think you can handle that this may not be for you. Otherwise, keep on, keeping on, because this series of Blair's World books are so freaking good.
Kristoff, and Magdalena met in a not so good situation. For Magdalena at least. For her it was in a way, wrong place, wrong time. For them, promised opportunity. This one is a lot of emotion, and wtf moments that have you spinning, but it there's something between Kristoff and Magdalena, that keep you glued to the pages.
The books in the Blair's World are killing me. So much emotion, angst and all around feels. If you can feel it, it's there. These authors are weaving this world so well, and so seamlessly it absolutely amazing. Each book is its own story so it can be read alone, but to be read together is such an experience it's beautiful. Absolutely perfect. There are some serious triggers in this one, so be prepared for that. But this book is so good, and I read it in one go. So much loved it.
4.5 stars This book was a quick read. I loved it. It definitely got me out of a reading slump! The beginning had me scared for the heroine, Magdalena, who is seemingly mistaken for her CIA sister by some tr@ffickers. But when Kristoff is assigned with her training, he discovers she may already know a thing or two about bdsm. How will that correlate into his world? TW for human tr@fficking with graphic details.
As a warning, this book is very dark and has a lot of triggers, if these will bother you, you may not want to read it. That being said, this book is very well written. Kristoff was between a rock and a hard place when Magdalena came into his life. Her fire slowly changed his way of thinking until his hand was forced. You will never believe the twist at the end. The author did a fantastic job of pulling you into the story. I found myself reading the unpleasant parts because the depth of the emotion and detailed descriptions wouldn’t let me just skim over them. Overall I would consider this a win for the author.