Flow (Grip, #0.5) by Kennedy Ryan

Flow (Grip, #0.5)

In 8 years, Marlon James will be one of the brightest rising stars in the music industry. Bristol Gray will be his tough, no-nonsense manager. But when they first meet, she’s a college student finding her way in the world, and he’s an artist determined to make his way in it. From completely different worlds, all the things that should separate them only draw them closer. It’s a beautiful beginning, but where will the story end? FLOW is the ...


Details Flow (Grip, #0.5)

TitleFlow (Grip, #0.5)
Author
Release DateFeb 25th, 2017
LanguageEnglish
GenreRomance, New Adult, Contemporary, Novella, Music
Rating

Reviews Flow (Grip, #0.5)

  • Sher❤ The Fabulous BookLover
    2017-04-29
    Wow! I was not expecting to like this book so much! This may be one of the first interracial romances I've ever read and I LOVED it! And the funny thing is...this was just the prequel. I seriously fell in love with Grip. This hero stole my heart. KRs writing was so effortless, realistic and flowed so easily I almost forgot that I was reading and before I knew it I had finished the book. Even though it wasn't a full length novel, the characters we...
  • ♥ Jx PinkLady Reviews ♥
    2017-02-07
    ➜FLOW (The GRIP Prequel) available FREE on Amazon--> http://a.co/1fIB2guFlow is the perfect prequel to set the scene and tone of GRIP, the new STANDALONE love story by Kennedy Ryan. Fans of the Soul series will be familiar with the characters at the heart of this story but rest assured if you have not read the afore mentioned novels, Kennedy Ryan has carefully crafted Grip and Bristol's story to ensure it is the perfect standalone. The protagon...
  • TheCrazyWorldOfABookLover
    2017-09-22
    "If I could undo your kisses If I could un-feel your touch If I could unhook this heart from yours I would.But I’m trapped in the memory of what we were Stuck with the reality of what we are Tempted with the promise of a future Afraid of possibility I don’t know how our story ends, but this—this is where it started." I'm not going to say much about this prequel mainly because I just want to start Grip already and writing a long review will...
  • SueBee★bring me an alpha!★
    2017-03-12
    FREE Prequel! | AMZ US | AMZ UK |⭐⭐⭐⭐1/2! Flow, book 0.5 of 2. Long before the world knew him as Grip they were Marlon & Bris exploring LA & each other! “I don’t care what color a girl is. I like the color of smart, the shade of funny, and sexy is my favorite hue.” Books in the Grip duet should be read in order:Book 0.5: Flow - FREE!Book 1: GripBook 2: StillFlow (prequel) is the FREE opening to Grip. It takes place eight years p...
  • Christy
    2017-09-04
    4 stars! “I don’t care what color a girl is. I like the color of smart, the shade of funny, and sexy is my favorite hue.” Flow is the prequel to Grip, and once you finish Flow, you won’t be able to stop yourself from going straight into Grip. This was a short read, but it really packed a punch. I loved Grip and Bristol (I loved them in Rhy’s book) so seeing their ‘start’ and the connection they shared when they first met made me ...
  • Jessica-❥Chatterbooks Book Blog❥
    2017-09-17
    Flow is the first thing I have ever read by Kennedy Ryan, and I knew right away that it wouldn’t be my last. Novellas are tricky for me to rate and review. Most of the time there never seems to be enough story for me to become totally invested in what I’m reading, and any connection I feel to the characters is flimsy at best. However, sometimes one comes a long and surprises me, and this was one of those times!Grip agrees to pick up his best ...
  • Nissa | Of Pens and Pages Book Blog
    2017-03-06
    5 million+++++ stars!Review at Of Pens and Pages.I’ve been staring at my computer for more than thirty minutes trying to form the right words to say. Flow made me want to read Grip right away. This prequel introduces who Marlon “Grip” James and Bristol Gray are before the fame and success. The novella had me 100% invested in their story, and 100% craving for more. This story is presented in a beautiful array of lyrical prose, showing social...
  • Natalie The Biblioholic
    2017-02-25
    GRAB FLOW FOR FREE!WATTPAD: http://w.tt/2kUo8YkAmazon: http://amzn.to/2lAhSSCiBooks: http://apple.co/2mkAG88Nook: http://bit.ly/2lNxZyoKobo: http://bit.ly/2lvKqOQI'm going to keep this simple. I freaking LOVE Grip!! Love him!!Be still my heart. He had me from the start. Why is it that when I went to Compton to visit (many times mind you), I never encountered a man quite like Grip??? Where were you hiding boo???I was fascinated by Grip and Bristol...
  • Rachel Reads Ravenously
    2018-04-02
    4 stars! “I like the color of smart, the shade of funny, and sexy is my favorite hue.” Kennedy Ryan is a new to me author who has been recommended countless times by many friends, so I finally got my shit together and read one of her books. Flow is a prequel to the book Grip, and it has a very promising start. Bristol is traveling to LA to visit her estranged brother during her spring break. When he’s unable to pick her up from the airpo...
  • Deanna❤Pink Lady❤️
    2017-02-28
    5 "Oh, it’s happening, baby girl" Stars There is nothing better than reading a story where the connection between the characters literally penetrates your soul. The words that drive the story are amazingly poetic, emotionally raw and beautifully awakening. The sparks that ignite the characters are deep and palpable. Flow is the prequel to GRIP, and gives us the start of how Grip and Bristol meet and what transpires between the two when Bristol ...
  • warhawke
    2017-11-17
    Genre: Contemporary RomanceType: Book 0.5 of 2 from Grip SeriesPOV: First Person - DualRating: After years of being estranged, Bristol Gray was making an effort to reconnect with her brother. But the one week she had was spent mostly with his best friend Grip. As the trip came to an end, she had to decide if the connection was something worth keeping. I look at her, cataloging her features one by one and realizing the most fascinating thing abou...
  • Karla
    2018-02-26
    4.5 stars! Wow this was really good! So this one goes back eight years before book one of the "Grip series" where Grip and Bristol first meet. Right from the first meeting these two sparked an intense connection, at least that's how it felt to me. Their flirting was sexy the way they went back and forth was so much fun to watch. Grip, such a player the words that came out his fun had me rolling my eyes but dam if I didn't enjoy his confidence. Br...
  • Olga therebelreader
    2017-02-22
    In Flow, we get to see how Grip and Bristol's love story begins. It’s short but fantastic and gives you a good look at the background and characters in Grip. The author catches the reader’s attention from the very beginning and keeps it through to the end. This story is so cute… Grip and Bristol are definitely perfect for each other.Grip meets Bristol and he almost falls for her right at the onset. He never meant to fall for the twin sister...
  • Jennifer Kyle
    2017-02-27
    3.75 Stars
  • Hulya Kara Yuksel
    2017-10-08
    "At the top of the world, so close we could almost touch the sky and with only the stars watching, I found out what a kiss should be." ❤
  • Wendy
    2017-09-30
    Flow is the prequal to "Grip" and I strongly advice everyone to read this one before starting book 1. It's also free, so give it a go and get to know Marlon "Grip" and Bristol !!This book takes place 8 years before the story of book 1. It explains how Grip and Bristol meet and spend a whole week together.These two had a wondeful "connection" right from the start. I was immediately drawn to both characters and even though this was quite a short ...
  • Sophie
    2017-12-28
    3,5 starsI had too high expectations. All my friends loved it I so wanted to be "in" but saddly I will be the odd one.I did not like the beginning. At all.I was all "Really girl?" you are judging a blonde "airhead"? Her tits are attcking you? That's kind of judgmental you know!And their conversation about the use of the "niggas" word had me all perplex. Like the author was trying too much to explain the problems plaguing black people. Don't misun...
  • Katy Loves Romance ❤️
    2017-02-28
    5+++ Soulful and colourful Stars Ok I'm going to keep this short and sweet, I am LOVVVVING this. Can I say GRIPPP IS MINEEE I'm claiming dibs here LOL. He is perfect in every way, I loved the soul series so I kind of knew I'd fall for this likewise. Grip is everything you want in a hero, he's sensual in a music rhythm way, he's a musician in poetry and rapping and using words to explain his thoughts and feelings. And that I would say is the reaso...
  • Emma Scott
    2017-10-02
    Holy crap, I inhaled that like a chocolate babka during PMS week. SO, so good. The writing is so fantastic, even Bristol became my new girl-crush through Grip's eyes.On to the next...
  • Malene
    2017-02-26
    When I read the Souls series I was very much intrigued by Grip and Bristol's relationship and wondered what was their story. Because they certainly had chemistry in spades. Their simmering lust and attraction also hinted at a much more deeper connection.With Flow, a short prequel, I got not just a hint but a pretty damn good look into how they first met and how deep their relationship goes. Especially on a personal level. Their interactions were ...
  • TeriLyn
    2017-02-07
    FLOW releases February 25th for FREE! FLOW is a Prequel to GRIP (A STANDALONE releasing March 2nd)Add GRIP here.LIVE!!!! 5++ "...a freaking prism." StarsLet me just start by saying #IamGRIPPED and you need to #GetGRIPPED. The prequel of Grip & Bristol's story in Flow is not to be missed for a full immersion into their journey of friendship, love, and understanding. The chemistry simmering between these two characters written by the brilliant pen ...
  • Myla
    2017-03-12
    Flow is a prequel to Grip & Bristol's story. Once I started reading this book I just can't put it down and got mesmerized how eloquently Kennedy Ryan wrote this story. It's been a while since I read this fast, that's how captivating this book is. Now that I'm finished, I can't wait to start on Grip and see how the story of Grip and Bristol unfolds...
  • NMmomof4
    2017-10-10
    4 StarsOverall Opinion: This was a good start to the series, and did it’s job in having me anxious to get started on the first book. It did take me a while to like the h, but after about halfway I understood why she was the way she was and I ended up liking her. I am really digging this H too! I’m excited to jump right into Grip 🤗Brief Summary of the Storyline: This is Bristol and Grip’s story. They meet when Bristol is in LA visiting h...
  • Kaila
    2017-03-20
    4/5 stars “I don’t care what color a girl is. I like the color of smart, the shade of funny, and sexy is my favorite hue.” This was so great! Fast, funny and tension-filled, it caught my attention and now I'm just dying to get my hands on the next book. I'm going to go out and say that this is probably my favourite novella that I've ever read, however, I can probably count on one hand how many novellas I've read. This year particularly, I'...
  • Mysza
    2017-03-01
    **** 4,5 stars ****
  • Lillian ☁ Cloud 9 Books ☁
    2017-03-20
    ***** 4.5 Stars *****Grip is guy from a tough neighborhood. He's seen violence, gangs, and injustice. But his talent in poetry and music has helped him leave that life. Bristol is from a family with power and wealth. Everyone in her family has a talent in music... everyone but her. She may not understand Grip's struggles, but she has her own conflicts in life. The two create a powerful connection with raw honesty. With open hearts and ears, they ...
  • Sharon ∞❥ is an emotional book junkie ❥∞
    2017-03-02
    3.5 - 4 ★'s "Slow doesn't mean stop, right?"So, you have to be living under a rock not to hear about this series. It's all over Goodreads and apparently people love it. Well, I didn't quite love it but I did enjoy it and that's what counts, right? Grip (aka Marlon) meets his best friend's sister, Bristol, when he goes to the airport to pick her up. They immediately hit it off and surprisingly the things that make them different (primarily race)...
  • DW
    2017-11-10
    I read Flow before reading Grip. I loved it!!