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This is a very intelligent and intriguing book, and one clearly written by a highly talented author who deserves proper recognition. It would not surprise me to see this as a bestseller! It has so much depth to it, and offers insights which are in themselves revelations….

the-braille-club-book-one-mock-up5.0 out of 5 starsIt Was Hard To Put This Book Down! on October 5, 2015

The Braille Club was great. It was so well written and compelling from page 1. The premise of the book was so intriguing to me. I loved the sexy, secret and elite club. The patrons are seduced Ito an erotic restraint that sets the atmosphere for the book. The protagonist, full of painful secrets and restraint, finds himself endlessly yearning for an anonymous Braille Club guest, a woman whose face and name was unknown to him. The scenes in the club are sensual with a little bit of an unsettling feel (in a good way). Beyond the experience at the club, the characters are well developed with many psychological layers from aloof to vulnerable. We grow to see their depth revealed through undertones that turn to an unexpected plot development. I can’t wait for the sequel. It was hard to put this book down!

I did not read the first one, and I didn’t really need to in order to enjoy Unbound. I love the concept of the Braille Club and the intensity and real life of those who run it. I found the book was interesting and very enjoyable. The eroticism isn’t there for the sake of being erotic, it blends perfectly within the story. This club awakens dark and hidden desires, but also can interfere with one’s “alternate” life. There is a deep struggle within characters, and the internal and external pain can be debilitating, as Kerr writes about it very well. The characters interact with great chemistry. The story is believable and intense. I loved reading every word of it, and highly recommend it. Definitely have hopes that there is a third and so on.
5.0 out of 5 starsJust…YES., 12 Aug. 2016

This review is from: The Braille Club Undone: Volume 3 (Book 3) (Paperback)tbc-3d-final
In the third installment of J.A. Kerr’s The Braille Club Series, The Braille Club Undone goes full steam ahead carrying on the stories of its main cast, with the addition of its newest members into the fold – Virinder, Noor, Simon, and Tess. Braille Club Undone doubles down and digs deeper into the lives of Nick, Guy, Anna, Niven and Matt. Benedict and Siena are somewhat sidelined, but make a return in a big way. I really loved the angle of Virinder and Noor’s tale—a union established by his family pressure and her drive—providing a fresh and unique layer of narrative.
“Don’t think I’m an innocent, Virinder. I’m not. I’m not the sweet virgin you and your family think I am. Quite the opposite.”
Kerr’s storytelling and ability to weave several subplots together are exceptional, but it’s the dialogue and characters that take the cake here. There is a realism (which is difficult to grasp in most erotica) that comes to life, and it’s carried out by well developed characters, authentic dialogue, and a fleshed-out storyline.
“… I hear what you’re saying. What do you want to know?”
“Everything,” said Anna simply.
Oh Anna—you took the words right out of my mouth! I look forward to seeing how this plays out and eagerly await The Braille Club’s next installment.

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