K.S. Morgan currently lives in the capital of Ukraine. She is an obsessive reader of good-written dark romance novels: she loves reading and writing about cold, closed off characters who then meet the person who changes their entire life.
K.S. started writing when she was only four years old, and while her first works were naive and childish, she loved them and wanted to do her best. When she got older and still kept writing obsessively, most people around her stopped accepting it. They rarely understood her passion, she had to put up with a lot of scatching remarks and insults, but she didn't care because she was living in the world of literature.
K.S. published a lot of her works in the Internet and was encouraged when people loved them. It gave her an idea to try and achieve her dream of publishing an original novel, and now with Amazon this dream has come true. K.S. has a lot of ideas to share and she can't wait to publish her other works.
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All Roads Lead to Hades
by K.S. Morgan
When Jamie was 5, his family was murdered. The murderer had never been found. His life is still in danger, but meeting secretive Kyle breaks the gloomy routine. He finds himself intrigued. He finds himself wanting. He is ready almost for everything, just to stay with Kyle… even if Kyle himself might be the reason for the endless nightmare that is his life.
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Smashwords book reviews by K.S. Morgan
on March 12, 2015
A very real, interesting story about two complicated, stubborn men. I loved it and I loved the author’s style – it was smooth and beautiful, I couldn’t put the book away. I can’t say that something really big happens here, but it’s exactly what made me unable to look away, because the story captivates and just doesn’t let go.
I fell in love with Blue right away. Unusual name, beautiful physical appearance and brilliant mind. He was so genuine, so patient and caring. He didn’t have a high self-esteem, but he did his best in awkward situations – he was funny, sarcastic at times, easy going. Even the coldest person would love him, it’s impossible not to.
Rhys is so closed off that I couldn’t understand him at first. His mood kept changing, but even though he was an asshole sometimes, I loved him – he’s a tragic, sad character who finally experienced love. I forgave him for his little slips, because I believed him when he said that he simply didn’t know better. He doesn’t understand how normal people are supposed to act, how the relationship works. But Blue is there, with him – he can teach him. I’m sure they’ll have quarrels, but probably they will stay together.
This book isn’t dark and it doesn’t feature insufferable assholes. Yes, there were moments when Rhys was hurtful and selfish, but honestly, I expected much worse. Though if it would have been worse, Blue would have left for good – he’s not the person who will put up with somebody’s shit.
It was a wonderful, pleasant ride - the only bad thing I can say is that in my opinion, the book is too expensive – it’s too short for a price like that. But I chose to buy it and I’m glad I did. I’m satisfied and I will read it again.