Explicit by Ava Harrison

Pierce Lancaster is bad news. 
Spoiled. 
Entitled. 
Sexy as —
He’s exactly what I don’t want in my life. What I don't need. 
I’m not the girl he knew before. 
I’ve changed. 
But he hasn’t.
He’s trouble filled with empty promises.
I’ve come too far to fall back.
Yet I can’t seem to stay away. 
I can’t say no. 
I am addicted to Pierce Lancaster.

 

ellie's $0.02:

 

“So, I heard this rumor while I was asleep.”

My brow furrows. “What?” I lean in.

“You love me.”

My cheeks heat.

He heard me.

 

The thing with Ava's books is how she so brilliantly writes about broken characters and vividly pieces together WHY they are so broken. She walks the perfect line of broken and perfection, the flawed and the beautiful, the damaged and successful.

She gives me so many feels.  But not like I want to cry feels.  Like real life feels.  Like I want to feel feels.  Too many feels?

Ava hits the ugly part of addiction without making it too much for the reader. Without devastating us. It's the reality without dramatics just for shock value.

Ava took me down the lowest road of hating Pierce more than I ever thought I could.  And then we get Pierce and Lindsey together.  And that road gets better.  Much better.  Still some bumps and curves, and almost some more crashes. 

Ava has once again left me in complete awe and utterly speechless. Ava writes about life.  The reality of life without upstaging her books with unnecessary drama.