ALWAYS ENOUGH by L. K. Craft
Shocking story of risk taking behavior, sexual experimentation and love. Curious about life, Sue's journey of risk taking behavior is halted by a tragedy. As she copes with the pain, she is forced to face overwhelming
Shocking story of risk taking behavior, sexual experimentation and love. Curious about life, Sue's journey of risk taking behavior is halted by a tragedy. As she copes with the pain, she is forced to face overwhelming evidence of a love beyond her comprehension. . . . 'A rewarding read.' KIRKUS Review.... (Available through: Amazon.com, Order in any book store, iUniv...erse.com.)
IMPORTANT: ALWAYS ENOUGH has descriptive imagery regarding the sexual risk-taking events. I felt the imagery was necessary at the time I wrote it. Book reviewers have agreed. However, I have since questioned it. At one point I thought about a reprint, but it has an investor and is under contractual agreement that would not allow it. Reader's groups feel strongly that it should remain the way it was originally written.
Reviewed by KIRKUS Reviews:
A Most Rewarding Read.
5.0 out of 5 stars Amazon.com review: Incredible Find
Reader Review:By Piano Man - See all my reviewsThis review is from: Always Enough (Paperback)
Sue, the main character is very interesting . . . provocative and captivating. Some readers describe her as some one with a 'natural intensity' . . . but I tend to think she is more intellectually deep thus causing her to question everything. I love that passionate, risk taking and sensual side of her. There are so many sides to this novel, the character development is amazing, i.e. Carrie, a character that I can't seem to let go of; or Eric, with his calculating rough edges, yet is so amazingly sensitive to Sue. But more importantly, I was really blown away at what happens in this story. A great story. It's shocking because you don't see it coming and yet when the book comes to an end, every detail has an overwhelming impact. Now I'm full of things to talk about and wishing everyone I knew had read it so we could talk. I highly recommend it! It's a classic, because it's a story that will never go away...