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"Gritty, sexy, provocative and scandalous, Sordid was a masterpiece.” ~ Bestselling Author Rachel Brookes
It was his lips.
The way his stare sent shivers down my spine.
The way his rough voice whispered my name.
So I caved.
I did what I knew I shouldn’t.
But as quickly as he’s there, he’s gone.
Leaving me confused.
I hope I’ll never see him again…
Then I do.
He’s my new boss.
And he has secrets.
*Sordid is a COMPLETE standalone novel.
Ava Harrison never disappoints...
I always fall into the plot with ease Ava really is an exceptional writer.
Sordid was hot, frustrating, a rollercoaster, there were times I wanted Grant to grow a pair and I felt for Bridget and Grants dilemma.
Is a man a cheater if he sleeps with a woman, claims he is separated from his wife yet still lives with her for show or for business reasons? ..... You will have to read Grant's story and decide for yourself.
Let me explain a bit......
Grant's wife has had affairs for years soon after she married Grant she even had a child by another man but Grant still brought the little girl up as his own, Chelsea not only deceived Grant into thinking she was someone else while dating, as soon as they were married she got what she wanted, money, it was all for the money and her true colours shone through and Grant was trapped or was he?
Was Grant not trying hard enough?
Grants dilemma had me pondering but it made it one interesting and angsty read.
Grant hasn't been with a woman in years, he's miserable being blackmailed by his wife , unable to divorce her and when he bumps into Bridget who is having an equally bad day having lost her job the two of them see a kindred spirit, sparks fly between them, only Grant knows he can't offer more and leaves after a brief hot encounter.
Bridget finds a job only her luck goes from good to bad again when she discovers her new boss is Grant and fate intervenes again.
Grants life is a mess, a hot businessman is being dictated to and ruled by a manipulative woman who uses her own child as leverage, I really did enjoy hating on Chelsea.
Sordid was definitely a hot read with an interesting and captivating plot that had twists and turns.
I Loved it, Grant frustrated me, but Sordid kept me fascinated with how it was all going to come good or play out in the end and I wasn't disappointed, even if it was at the eleventh hour.
Told in first person dual pov.