Saturday, March 5, 2016

Review: Imperfect Truth by Ava Harrison




Publication Date: 5/13/2015
Rating: 5 Stars



Official Blurb:


I’m a blogger. He’s a writer.
He was my weakness. 
I was his muse. 

Once upon a time my marriage was built on love...
Until it wasn’t. 

Where had we gone wrong?
I had given up hope…

But then he messaged me
And his words intoxicated me.
Made me believe in love again.

Made me believe in truth.
My imperfect truth…


Gah! This book!  I don’t even know where to begin on how I feel about it. I knew when I purchased it earlier this year after seeing some major buzz about it that I would either love it or hate it.  Being both an author and blogger myself, I know exactly how Ava felt when an author like Ryder barreled into her life.  I don’t know how many times I have fangirled over an author that I have chatted with online and honestly, Imperfect Truth truly opened my eyes about the guise of the internet.  You honestly don’t know what the other person behind the screen is thinking or their intentions and much like Ava you can be swept up into a completely other life.  While my interactions have never gone as far as Ava’s did, I feel as if now I need to proceed with more caution.

Now back to the story at hand! Ava’s romantic life is in complete shabbles with her inattentive husband.  Alexandre would rather let his mother belittle his wife than protect her.  He leaves her vulnerable to Ryder with his actions and only opens the door wider for Ryder to swoop in after his wife. As the story unfolds, you will get the shock of your life and your heart will break into a million pieces.  I don’t know how many times I felt like something was off with Ryder’s actions and when the truth comes out, be prepared to scream.   I mean like seriously scream at the top of your lungs and throw your kindle kind of mad.

Imperfect Truth is an eye-opening literary marvel that all readers will enjoy.  I cannot stress enough that bloggers and authors who dive into this story need to take heed of its underlying plot.  It stresses the potential of how our online relationships with readers and bloggers need to have boundaries that will never be crossed because when your online life becomes your real life, it may be you alone to pick up the pi

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