Friday, March 17, 2017

Flow (Grip 0.5) by Kennedy Ryan


In 8 years, Marlon James will be one of the brightest rising stars in the music industry.

Bristol Gray will be his tough, no-nonsense manager.

But when they first meet, she’s a college student finding her way in the world, and he’s an artist determined to make his way in it.

From completely different worlds, all the things that should separate them only draw them closer.

It’s a beautiful beginning, but where will the story end?

FLOW is the prequel chronicling the week of magical days and nights that will haunt Grip & Bristol for years to come. GRIP is the full-length conclusion of their story.

4.5 out of 5 stars

Grip is guy from a tough neighborhood. He's seen violence, gangs, and injustice. But his talent in poetry and music has helped him leave that life.

Bristol is from a family with power and wealth. Everyone in her family has a talent in music... everyone but her. She may not understand Grip's struggles, but she has her own conflicts in life.

The two create a powerful connection with raw honesty. With open hearts and ears, they listen to each other about race, culture, and music.

I absolutely loved this story. This series is a spin-off of Kennedy Ryan's Soul series, but you don't have to read that series in order to enjoy this book.

Flow is a prequel that needs to be read before Grip. It's a quick story about Grip and Bristol as young friends finding their path in life. I can't wait to dig into Grip.