CROOKED CROWS by Elena Lawson
Release Date: August 20th
Genre/Tropes: Dark romance/Enemies-to-lovers/Contemporary romance/Reverse Harem
Unapologetically f*cked up. Heartlessly cruel. Broken beyond repair.
Corvus, Rook, and Grey – The Crows.
Bred in a world of gang wars, violence, and secrets, they rule the bloody town of Thorn Valley and all the people in it…too bad for me I’ve never been good at kissing ass or keeping quiet.
Even if their savage spirits awaken something inside of me I thought was long dead, I can’t break. I won’t.
They think they scare me, that I’ll run and hide, but the joke’s on them. The Crows aren’t the first monsters I’ve faced, and they won’t be the last. There are worse evils out there waiting to take their stab at Ava Jade Mason.
I say let them try. I’m tired of running. Tired of holding back my darkness. Thorn Valley isn’t ready for a new boogie man. Too bad I’m already here.
Crooked Crows is a dark enemies-to-lovers reverse harem romance, meaning the main character will have more than one love interest.
Warning: This series contains foul language, explicit sexual content, graphic depictions of gang violence, and jealous/possessive themes. Recommended for readers aged eighteen and up. Please read responsibly.
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Overall Rating 3.5
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Reviewed by Ladyballs
Most readers loved this book and sang its praise. For me, however, having read a lot of reverse harem/bully/school plots lately, it seemed too farfetched. The three guys in this story are in school but work for their “dad” at night as vigilantes. This scenario had me scratching my head. The characters were so grown up acting that it made me question why the storyline had them as so young and not older.
Ava Jade is a badass, tough chick and she takes no prisoners. She has secrets and does her best to protect them. The boys do not like her at first and aren’t nice to her at all. Like all the reverse harem books, each of them find themselves being drawn to her. This book did not pull me in as hard as I tried. I wanted to really love it but I never fully connected with the characters. As anyone can see, others really loved the story and I hope you do as well.
About Elena Lawson
Elena writes stories full of feisty heroines and unforgettable heroes. She may also have a small thing for bad boys and often gravitates towards the darker things in life. When she comes out of her writing cave, she can be found obsessively rearranging her bookshelves, drinking an unreasonable amount of wine, or cooking overly fancy meals for her family and friends.
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