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Review: Riot Street by Tyler King

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Sometimes, getting in too deep is the only way to survive . . .
As darkly charismatic as he is unpredictable, Ethan Ash knows me better than I know myself. He’s spent years unraveling the family scandal I’ve tried desperately to escape. I once thought that made us adversaries. Now he’s the closest ally I have left.

Ethan’s both the chaos around me and the deep, calm center where I feel safe. People warn me about him, tell me he’s dangerous. Don’t fall for him. But it’s too late. Because I can’t tell where my addiction ends . . . and his obsession begins.


My Review

“We’re both adults. Why should I deprive myself of the one person I want because we’re inconveniently employed?”

Another intriguing and complex story from author Tyler King.

Riot Street follows the story of Ethan and Avery. Connected by her past, Ethan and Avery are brought together by a job opportunity at Riot Street. Ethan has spent years trying to unravel Avery’s family scandal. He is charming and yet unpredictable. All Avery wants to do is move on from her past, but despite her best efforts, her demons keep plaguing her. She finds solace and safety in the most unlikely place…..

Overall, I really enjoyed Riot Street. The writing is smart and sucks the reader in from the very first page. The story is beautifully written and you can’t help but be drawn to Avery and want to know more about her story. I found Avery rather easy to relate to and I loved how complicated Ethan was.

I thoroughly enjoyed watching Ethan and Avery together; seeing them navigate their way through all the obstacles and hurdles that life would thrown at them. Their love was a slow burn and I think that made their relationship even that more special. They had to work to get where they are and it showed them how important it is to fight for the things and people that you love.

Riot Street is a truly unique and special romance. I didn’t see it coming, but am so very glad that I checked it out.

*I was provided an ARC copy of this book, via the publisher and NetGalley, in exchange for an honest review*

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