Grey: The Encounter

    • 3.7 • 395 Ratings

Publisher Description

My goal was clear—to achieve success in every aspect of my life. It seemed easy enough for a while…until I woke up with a stranger staring at me from my roommate’s bed.

Grey. The distraction I didn’t count on. The wrench that came crashing into my agenda. He’s one tall, lean, tattooed bad boy with the natural talent to annoy me. I was determined to ignore him, but there’s something about him that lures me in.

The more I fight it, the stronger it becomes—the need to be close to him.

But I’ve worked too hard to be where I am today, and I won’t let it all be ruined by a guy who is more trouble than not.

There’s just one problem. Grey has his dark eyes set on someone…

…and that someone is me.

May 15
Limitelss Publishing, LLC
Limitless Publishing, LLC

Customer Reviews

olalola12 ,

Decent read for “After” fans

Overall this was a decent read - especially for being a free download. Fans of the “After” series should give this a chance…although I feel like the writing was much better in those books and the way the characters spoke in this book was a bit “childish” at times, for lack of a better descriptor. It also became very repetitive towards the end, but still held my interest. You can definitely see where this author used other popular story lines for inspiration but there was enough variation to keep this one interesting.

Tessa Reads ,

Lost potential..

This book had so many opportunities that were missed. I don’t normally write reviews but I just couldn’t stop thinking about it.

SO. The two main characters.
For two people interested in psychology, they both lacked self awareness or the ability to understand each other. They just went round and round without any real progress, which I understand is supposed to portray the frustration the main character faces in a toxic relationship with someone that has a mental disorder, BUT, he has a mental disorder and they both study PSYCHOLOGY!

The author could have weaved information about disorders into the writing to really round the book out and make it so much more than just a book about hormonal people bickering.

They partnered up on a psychology project to analyze each other and I was SO hopeful that the author would have included Grey’s analysis on her and that would have knocked sense into her and given her this huge epiphany about her life and their relationship - I.e - he really did pay attention to her and knew why she behaved the way she did.

Another missed point, the characters are all mainly adults(18-22) but the way they were written made it seem like I was reading about 16/17 year olds in high school that couldn’t conjure a rational thought. Twilight had more development and depth than this adult book did.

AND, the main character references watching all the teen movies and horror movies about college multiple times. She was almost raped TWICE and she STILL wasn’t wary of accepting open drinks from men or maintaining a certain level of caution around them.

I just wish the author had put more thought into the mental and psychological aspects of the characters to give them more depth.

I stuck through all 800 pages but if you start reading it, you get the gist of the book about 400 pages in.

miahrae ,

I love this book

Im not sure why this story has so many bad reviews. I feel that this is a better series than the After series just because I’m not annoyed with the characters like I was in the After series. This is kinda the same story only better twists and turns in my opinion. I also don’t really care that it left at a cliff hangar because I will be buying the second book.

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