This is my first book by this author, and certainly won’t be the last.
Crooked Crows is as captivating as it is dark, and this heroine isn’t looking for Prince Charming, more like 3 devils with varying degrees of darkness to match hers.
Ava Jade has made a deal with her only living relative, keep her head down at Briar Hall, stay out of trouble, and graduate. All of these things will set her life down a path she never dreamed she could travel, college.
She doesn’t even make it to the school before she catches the attention of the Crows.
Ava Jade is snarky, with a spine of steel and the know-how to put up a good fight, even against those 3 times her size. She’s lived a hard life on the wrong side of the tracks, and as much as she had wanted to fly under the radar quietly until graduation there’s zero chance of that happening now.
Corvus, Rook, and Grey were adopted by Diesel St. Crow, leader of the Saints, who in essence runs Thorn Valley. There’s much more to the eye than what people think when it comes to these 3.
What starts off with basic assumptions about Ava Jade is cleared up quickly with their first interactions with her. She isn’t going to back down, to them or anyone else, and she’s not going to quiver in the corner, she’s going to throw punches along with a few knives.
The intensity of her connection is palpable with Corvus, Rook, and Grey, but each is unique between each of them and Ava Jade.
Crooked Crows is 50 shades of enthralling, top dark read of 2021. An all-consuming blend of uniquely palpable chemistry (x3), a strong heroine with her own swirling darkness, 3 deviously dark alpha-holes, heart racing suspense, jaw dropping twists, hair raising turns, and red-hot steam.