Explicit by Ava Harrison


explicitPierce Lancaster . . . sigh . . . Can I just leave the review at that? From the little bits and pieces I’ve picked up about him in Sordid and Clandestine, I knew that his story was going to be worth waiting for. Ava Harrison definitely delivered an unforgettable story in Explicit.

Pierce Lancaster is part of the powerful Lancaster family who we met through earlier books. {Explicit can be read as a standalone, so if you haven’t read the others, it will not hinder your enjoyment of this book.} He is a broken guy, and is resentful of his family and the person that he has become. He wants to be a stronger man and turn his life around. All it takes is that one person to make him NEED to be a better person and to WANT to be one for her.

Lindsey Walker is my favorite kind of heroine. She has been through some really rough things in life, but she hasn’t lost her spark or sass, and is still a force to be reckoned with. She spent her life being invisible to her family, which led her down a dark path. Despite that, she has built her life into something she is proud of and she won’t let anyone tear her down.

Pierce + Lindsey together are damaged and broken, but Pierce truly sees the person Lindsey is and he wants to be HER person. He fights his inner demons to be the man she deserves. For that alone, this enemies-to-lovers story is a memorable one.

There is a twist that I didn’t see coming and oh, the tears! I have been an Ava Harrison fan since I picked up Through Her Eyes a few years ago, but Explicit is now my favorite. Pierce Lancaster has stolen my heart and he isn’t giving it back any time soon. Grab your copy of Explicit and a spot to read this weekend. You won’t want to put it down.

As of 06.07.18, Explicit is available with Kindle Unlimited.

If you want to get bonus content from Ava Harrison, you can follow her on Book+Main https://bookandmainbites.com/avaharrison

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