Thursday, February 23, 2017

Sale Blitz: Imperfect Truth by Ava Harrison

Title: Imperfect Truth
Author: Ava Harrison
Genre: Woman's Fiction
Cover Design: Hang Le
Release Date: May 11, 2015


*Now includes the bonus epilogue Perfect Truth

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…

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I’ll admit, when I saw the chance to read another book from Ava Harrison, I jumped in head first. I’d only read one of Ava’s books before and I just knew this one would be as good. However, Imperfect Truth really took me by surprise. I’m not exactly sure why I really didn’t love or hate this one. It’s just an okay read to me. There’s a lot of conflicting situations in Imperfect Truth, and also a lot of actual truth, but I just felt sort of let down by this one. Don’t get me wrong, it was good, but the main character, Ava, was a hard character to like.
I think that’s the biggest reason why I didn’t fall in love with the story. At every turn, I saw Ava make mistakes after mistakes, but she wouldn’t stop. I could see the horrible collision coming way before it even happened but Ava, to me, was too na├»ve. I totally get she has a lot of inner demons that made her that way, and yes, it did take her hitting rock bottom to finally face them, but crap. I wanted her to be stronger, and to actually listen to her best friend, and herself. She knew what she was doing wasn’t right, but she kept doing it anyway. Now, I’m not saying this wasn’t a good read. I will say, around 80% is what saved the book to me and the ending. If it weren’t for that, I really don’t know what I would’ve rated this one. I guess it’s just the fact this book was hard to read because of all hard truths. That and the way Ava went about some things. But there’s a lesson in Imperfect Truth. It’s one I think all married couples can relate to and that marriage is hard work. But then again, I really felt Ava just gave up and the situation she put herself in made her open her eyes eventually.
Overall, Imperfect Truth was good, but I didn’t love it. Like I said, this one is just hard to read because of the situations. This doesn’t happen to me very often, and I hate I didn’t love it. I will continue to read more by Ava Harrison, because I do find her writing style intriguing and her plots of her books are unique. I would recommend reading this one only if you like reading about hard truths and a heroine that will make your emotions run wild.

Author Bio

Ava Harrison is a New Yorker, born and bred.

When she’s not journaling her life, you can find her window shopping, cooking dinner for her family, or curled up on her couch reading a book.

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