Sordid by Ava Harrison


sordidFrom the first book I read by Ava Harrison, her writing captivated me, her stories getting to me on so many levels. I always know that I’ll get a ton of angst and deliciously flawed characters and her most recent book, Sordid, was no different. From the moment I picked it up, I couldn’t put it down.

Ms. Harrison does such a fantastic job of writing standalone books with interconnected characters. Sordid is Grant Lancaster + Bridget Miller’s story. Both of them have appeared in other novels by Ms. Harrison, but you don’t have to have read those books to become totally entranced by this story.

Grant has been broken by life and a marriage he can’t stand to be in. Bridget is a pillar of strength—she knows what she deserves and wants in life, and she won’t settle for less. I loved how strong Bridget was and how, because of that, she was able to provide Grant with the strength he needed to change his life—to find his way out of the darkness that he had spent so many years in and finally reach for his happiness. Bridget was such a breath of fresh air, definitely not a damsel in distress. Instead, she is pure strength and a character I totally admired. I don’t typically see a lot of the heroine rescuing the hero, but in Sordid, that’s exactly what Bridget did and I fell for the story hook, line and sinker.

I will never get tired of this world! This is the perfect weekend to cuddle up and read Sordid . . . and if you have enough time, you can start with Illicit, where you’ll meet Bridget, and follow it up with Clandestine, where you’ll meet Grant. You won’t regret a journey into this world!

As of 03.01.18, Sordid is available with Kindle Unlimited.

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