Friday, 31 March 2017

Review for Harlot by Tracie Podger: ★★★★★

HarlotHarlot by Tracie Podger

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

::..Reviewed for Red's Midnight Readers..::

I was kindly provided with an ARC of this in exchange for an honest review. I have given it 5 stars!!

I am a huge fan of Tracie and I believe that she has truly outdone herself with Harlot.

This book is quite dark with elements that some readers might find a little bit too dark but for me, really add to the power of the story. I found I couldn't put it down, it was just so captivating!!
She manages to bring to life the characters and their stories, making you feel like you really know these people. I really felt for Charlotte, what she has to endure would have broken a lesser woman. Instead she picks herself up, dusts herself down and starts her life anew in the next town over. I really admired her strength and loved watching her character morph from a victim into this new scary life, flourishing like never before.
My heart broke for her and then soared for her as she found herself.

Beau truly was an ass but as you get to know more about him, you understand the motive behind his actions. He made for a rather frustrating and interesting read. I wanted to hug him and give him a clip around the head all at the same time.

Tracie just seems to have this way with words that just seem to flow so effortlessly and pull you in, making you want to read until the very end.

So go ahead and one click this! You won't regret it.

Charlotte Kenny is nineteen years old and a prostitute. 
Not by choice, though.
When a client is murdered, Charlotte is thrown into a world she believes should be between the pages of a novel.

Beau Mercier is an ass with a dark past. 
When Charlotte ends up on his doorstep, he knows trouble will follow.

Two people, who neither trust nor like each other, are forced together in a town where all is not as it seems.
Can Charlotte escape her trouble? Can Beau open up enough to help her?
Both want to, but secret pasts, murder, and intrigue, get in the way.

Harlot accompanies the thrillers, Gabriel and A Deadly Sin, and can be read as a standalone.
For readers over the age of 18.

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