Book Review: PRELUDE by Auden Dar

I thought I had it all until he came back.

Julian Caine, my childhood friend, was a short, scrawny thirteen-year-old boy with thick glasses and a mouthful of braces the last time I saw him.

Fourteen years later, he’s no longer an awkward teen.
He’s all man.
A. Beautiful. Staggering. Drop-dead. Gorgeous. Man.

This is more than a fleeting attraction. I’ve spent too many sleepless nights obsessing over him while my fiancĂ© sleeps next to me.

Then Julian makes a proposal I can’t ignore.
One night.
That’s all he’s offering.

If I say yes, will I finally have it all? Or will it be a prelude to disaster?


Prelude is Book One in The Interlude Duet. There is no cheating and due to graphic sexual content, it is intended for mature audiences only.

This book was beautiful, and it was so full of angst, that I couldn’t bear putting it down for a single moment. Lina is a girl that know suffering and loss. She’s lonely, sad, and insecure. She is relatable, and her story makes you feel everything she feels. She also loves with her whole heart, and when she realizes that she deserves more, she does what she feels is the right decision. I liked Lina. She is nothing, if not loyal and sweet. Andrew and Julien... one is cold, and one is so so hot. Like irresistible, begging to be burned, hot. But his hotness comes fully equipped with flaws. Though every character has a fully developed story, and every character deserves a voice, this story is about Lina, and where she wants, and deserves, to be. I loved this story. If you love angst against all odds, then this story will be perfect for you! I now need the next yesterday!
Also... this cover is absolutely gorgeous!!

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