Kian by Tijan


February 12, 2017


reviewed for


Jeri’s Book Attic





Title :              Kian

Author :           Tijan

Series :            n/a

Release date :   October 18th 2015

Rating :           5 Stars



Blurb : Dark. Mysterious. Gorgeous. Loved by all the girls. Respected by all the guys. …that was Kian Maston.


As the heir to a billion dollar empire, his future was promising until the day he saved my life. Everything changed for both of us, and there was one more word that could be used to describe him—dangerous.


The nation fell in love with him while falling in hate with me. He was sent to prison, and as far as they were concerned, it was my fault. I was forced to go into hiding until today.


Kian’s being released from prison, and he should go back to being the golden boy he always was supposed to be.


I should remain in hiding, living my life as normal as could be. That’s what we should do…


Review : Kian was my first book by Tijan. I often came across Books by this author thinking they might be interesting but somehow always something came up and I never read one of these books.


I think if “Kian” was any indication of the writing style of this author than – me not reading those books has been a huge mistake that I have to correct as soon as possible.


Honestly I am at a loss of words when it comes to the Blurb of this Book.


It was unique yet plain –

complicated yet simple –

Dark yet light –

Cold yet warm.


The author eases the reader slowly into the plot and while the story unfolds so does the life of the leading characters. Piece by piece the story is assembled to a whole picture.


If you leave out Kian’s family background he is just a normal guy who did something really bad to protect someone from something really bad. I would not dare judging him because I doubt I can honestly say how a person would react in the same situation he was in.


Actually I kind of admire him for throwing away everything to protect someone he did not even really know.


Jo also was a special character – she did nothing wrong to ever deserve what happened and almost happened to her. The public made her the person to blame just because she … good question actually … why? …. Basically because of nothing … it was just that she was nobody and Kian was somebody …


If Kian hadn’t been there I doubt that what would have happened to Jo that day would even made the big news


Tijan created a surrounding plot with characters that really made you feel the story. Everything made sense – even the stuff that seemed far-fetched – it all worked out.


All characters felt real and believable. I think this was my read of the week …


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