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Cage the Night

(Weeps Indigo #2)

4.44  ·  Rating details ·  16 ratings  ·  14 reviews

It's abysmal. Horrifying. Sublime.

Richard Clayson is a slave to his addiction, the idea of Beau, the thought of beauty, so transparent and transcending, ingeniously in the form of a perfect person. Now he's gone too far. Sunk far too low.

Too deep in the mouth of the cave he cannot see the entrance.

His life is ruined.

If he could, he would stop the world from turnin
Kindle Edition, 309 pages
Published November 20th 2020 by J.K. Jones
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Dec 12, 2020 rated it really liked it
I read this book without even glancing at the first book. I'm going to admit this book mess me up a little bit. It is a bit dark, but I can handle it, right? But no, this book had me all in my feelings. I didn't like anybody, and I wanted to dump this book because it was too heavy for me. But it held my attention till the very end. I needed to know where it was going, and some path was obvious where they were going and still had surprise me how dirty some people really are in this world. I wond ...more
Dec 13, 2020 rated it really liked it
Cage the Night

I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

This is the second book in a series. I highly recommend reading that one before reading this as it will help more in understanding the story and characters.

This books revolve around Richard and Beau and their relationship. Richard is the character you would call a white knight - championing lost causes, the down trodden, the little guy, helping the underdog. Beau on the other hand if that underdog who experience
Linda Reads
Nov 30, 2020 rated it really liked it
Is Beau playing chess while Richard is playing checkers?
Warning - this book is “raw” as the author says. It includes sex trafficking, prostitution and brutality. It is an explicit M/M love story with dark and tragic events. Having said that, I loved it.
I challenge you to find a more sympathetic character in Indie authorship than Richard Clayson. What would you think of a man of the law who sacrifices it all: his career, family and reputation for the love of an under-age (17yo) boy who had been p
Dec 13, 2020 rated it it was amazing
I stayed up until 3am reading this book. It sucked me in and I could not put it down. My heart was racing. The writing is fantastic.
In the first book, I felt so sorry for Beau. I felt sorry for Lana and the kids, especially. Lastly, I felt sorry for Richard. Richard needed help and what he went through in the war was HEARTBREAKING. I cried when he lost K. So awful. I can see why he was slipping, pulling away from his family but it made me mad too because his poor family! Then, there's Beau. I w
Jan 02, 2021 rated it it was amazing
Not only is this so beautifully written, almost like a poetry that looks deep into a man's inner turmoil, this series, this book, has great pacing, great characters, great plot.

I didn't want this book to end ever. Cage the Night is a such a page turner that I hadn't realized I was coming to an end. Or, maybe it was just my denial that it was coming to an end. I enjoyed it that much.

And the characters were so multilayered, so well thought out, they seem so real to me. I felt the author was writin
Suzanne Irving
Dec 09, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Book Two in Dark Romance

I almost hesitant to call this a romance maybe a obsessional relationship? I would like to point you to the review that I posted about book one of this series as a lot of the same things apply to this book. This is a continuation of the tale of Richard’s disintegration and his obsession with Beau, a much younger man. All of this is tied up with murder and sex trafficking and the way Richard was raised to think about homosexuality. The book is just as torturous and poetic
Nov 17, 2020 rated it liked it
I really like this story but this may be the last I read by this author. I hated that the first in the series didn’t say it ended in a cliffhanger. Again I got sucked into the story and hoped this was it since I could not find anywhere that indicates if this will go on for 300 different releases. I think this is an excellent author but even then I don’t like left hanging. This is a continuation from book one. It is good and kept me turning pages but there are too many good authors out there. I w ...more
Nov 15, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: m-m-dark
The story continues and is as dark and gritty as the first. Although this is a dark read, I love how each chapter began with the descriptive use of colors. I attempted to binge read it, but couldn't. Breaks were necessary. This book doesn't just pull at your heart strings, it tugs and tears. I feared it would end they way it did. Sadly, there was no way around it. I will be impatiently waiting for book 3. I hope its like a balm to soothe the ache book 1 & 2 created. Bravo to J.K. Jones you are a ...more
Ida Umphers
Nov 28, 2020 rated it it was amazing
This is another dark, dark read in this series, but it left me anxiously awaiting book three. Richard is agonized over what his life has become. He can't trust his own senses and mind, Beau is there like a bad dream/obsession and the reader is never sure if any character is a reliable narrator (even the author is suspect with the secrects that we know are being hidden). This is one wild ride and not to be entered without having read the first book or if you expect everything to be cut and dried. ...more
T Paul
Nov 20, 2020 rated it really liked it
This book is very intense, to say the least. A little confusing as you read along. Richard, is he losing his mind? Or is he just so broken that up seems down and right seems wrong? This excursion into madness is a little frightening at times. Beau, what is true when Beau speaks? This book is a complicated journey into the mysteries of the mind and the role desire and borderline obsession can play on the psyche. Definitely an interesting account, though it left me a little shaken. I voluntarily r ...more
Siobhan Flynn
Dec 06, 2020 rated it it was amazing
You just keep falling into the abyss and wonder just when will this crazy ride stop, the answer is never. This is so complex and dark and sent chills down my spine, it also took me a while to recover from this harrowing story. You really get an in depth look in to Richard's psyche and you just feel for everyone involved, whether it be hatred, empathy or just plain what the eff, this story is a phenomenal, twisty thought provoking read. ...more
Anna Klein
Nov 24, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Having been drawn in by the first book in the series. I’m pleased to say that this really doesn’t disappoint. All of the scenes are so well put together and flow with the storyline. It’s no longer beyond imaginable and I feel like I’ve become acquainted with these characters. Such a special read, it is so different to many other literatures I’ve read and makes me feel so curious to explore more by this author. This book is a wonderful addition and I’m sad I don’t have any more pages to turn.
Monique Hebert
Nov 18, 2020 rated it really liked it
4.5 stars
I have mixed feelings about the book. It definitely has some triggers. I didn't think I did but when it involves abusing kids, I guess I can say I do.
Considering this, the book invoked in me strong emotions at time for the kid and other times for the adult. They were both abused at one time or another so it's difficult to not feel for the both of them.
This book couldn't have been easy to write either.
Read at your own risk.
Nov 23, 2020 rated it really liked it
this is another cliffy... it was well written... interesting and action packed.. it kept me on the edge of my chair curious to know what would happen next. very good story and i cant wait for the next one.
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