to avoid the mental. Disposable flesh to avoid relationships. Work to avoid
attachment. My club became my empire of avoidance. Inside the ring millions are
won and lost. The fight is confined to breaths, actions and reactions, fists
and pain. Rules don’t exist. Only my opponent exists.
long when Remi stumbles into the Inferno and I’m hungry. The promise of a
submissive with no attachment is far too tempting. I can’t resist him. He was
only supposed to be a distraction, but I know I’ll never get over him. There
isn’t a chance in this clouded hell.
anyone ever told you that?”
world is hell, doll. At least with me you get a reprieve from the sun.”
Hell. One of the rare cool days you’ve got to hold on to when everything else
of smacking me like I expected, he cupped my cheek and brought his forehead to
mine. I fucking melted, right there in his inner circle of hell, and I wouldn’t
have changed it.
not staying up all night writing, J.R. Gray can be found at the gym where it’s
half assumed he is a permanent resident to fulfill his self-inflicted
masochism. A dominant and a pilot, Gray finds it hard to be in the passenger
seat of any car. He frequently interrupts real life, including normal sleep
patterns and conversations, to jot down notes or plot bunnies. Commas are the
bane of his existence even though it’s been fully acknowledged they are necessary,
they continue to baffle and bewilder. If Gray wasn’t writing…well, that’s not
possible. The buildup of untold stories would haunt Gray into an early grave,
insanity or both. The idea of haunting has always appealed to him. J.R. Gray is
genderqueer and prefers he/him pronouns.
#Drumrole …. I just read “Clouded Hell” by J.R. Gray
#Drumrole you wonder ? … because I do not read this kind of genre –
like in “never”, well actually I cannot say “never” anymore – can I ?
I feel like right in the middle of the Katy Perry’s song “I kissed a Girl” – because .. I LIKED IT…
plot sounded so interesting that I could not stop myself from
requesting an ARC for this book. It is dark, raw at times but honest and
not at all what I would have expected it to be.
While it was
difficult to relate to some things at certain points, it was still so
well written that I had no other choice than to read it until the end
AND like it.
The character development was good and I felt they
were both equally strong persons even if in different ways, but still I
liked Remi the most.
Even if the whole concept of him as a
submissive took some time to get used to, it worked for him (somehow-
don’t ask me why).…and on that note I especially liked him in the end.
So take it from someone who #never reads books of that genre when I say this is a good one…