The Klockwerk Kraken

The Klockwerk Kraken

by Aidee Ladnier

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BN ID: 2940151361668
Publisher: MLR Press, LLC
Publication date: 05/29/2015
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 299 KB

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The Klockwerk Kraken 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Ayamekins More than 1 year ago
Hold on a sec I need to wipe my eye.. ok now then; I received a free copy of the book provided by the author in exchange for an honest review. Jimenez a free slave trying to reconcile being free and Teo a Celosian (a humanoid man with tentacles), come together when Jimenez still hurting for having ports implanted walks into Teo's bar. I am not too much into reading Sci-fi books but the blurb of this got my attention. It was a tiny bit slow to me in the beginning but once it picked up... holy cow it went from good to wow. Jimenez goes through so much in this book you can't help but to get misty eyes and tear up at the things he goes through. Teo and Jimenez both finally find a place together where they can both be happy and live together in their HEA.
Bodie621 More than 1 year ago
** spoiler alert ** (This book was received free from the author in return for an honest review via the Goodreads Don't Buy My Love program.) Wow, absolutely charmed by this one. Loved Teo and Jimenez. Teo with his cheeky grins, fabulous bar, boisterous and loving family, and, well, tentacles. TENTACLES! Jimenez, a former slave who went through experimental reprogramming but still battled inner demons and his past. Storytelling here was really subtle and well done. Their periods of togetherness and then times apart allowed us to get to know each of them individually and their whole universe really. SO well done. Due to those periods apart, their relationship progressed slowly, moving from purely physical to more and then to much more. Really liked how there were flaws in each other that they had to overcome. Felt very real to Teo thinking that Jimenez possibly couldn't consent and Jimenez pulling his disappearing act after their nights together when they first started. They were, tentacles or no tentacles, human and fallible and it made me love them more. While it was one of the more romantic books I've read in a while, it was also pretty hot. The vid that Teo sent? Just to say it one more time, TENTACLES! That. Was. Scorching! My personal favorite was the desire tattoo. “I may not be a slave, but having control over one’s body is never a bad thing. As long as I choose who pushes the button.” Well said my friend! Jimenez was really the star in this one for me. He was struggling to overcome his past but was still able to grab on to his future and, in the end, be content with Teo and with himself. Great read, highly recommend.