Dirty Little Secrets by Erin Ashley Tanner

Dirty Little Secrets by Erin Ashley Tanner
Publisher: Samhain Publishing
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Full Length (193 pages)
Heat Level: Hot
Rating: 4 Stars
Reviewed by Sorrel

Danger ignites a passion neither of them can refuse.

Ava Hill learned early in life that to survive, she has to be twice as smart, twice as ruthless as those who seek to undermine her. And as the widow of a mob boss with a daughter to raise, nothing is more important than protecting what’s hers.

Her determination to shield her child from the ugliness of her past takes a hit when a man claiming to be her late husband’s son barges through her front door.

Dominic Sambarino demands half of her daughter’s inheritance. Ava wastes no time showing him she’ll come out swinging with everything she has. But no amount of fight in the world can prepare her for the instant, smoldering chemistry between the two of them.

A friend’s invitation for a weekend getaway is a welcome chance to regroup, or so Ava thinks. But she soon finds herself caught in a circle of her dead husband’s secrets and lies that threaten to cost her everything. And her only safe haven is the one place she vowed she’d never go—Dominic’s arms.

A relationship that was almost impossible.

Ava is a widow of a mob boss and a mother. Her life has never been easy, but the day that a man claiming to be the son and heir of her dead husband comes knocking on her door wanting his inheritance, it undermines her present and past and her daughter’s future. When her daughter’s future is threatened she’ll use anything at her disposal to get the results she wants.  However when her life is at stake, it’s Dominic who comes to her rescue. Match made in heaven.

There are so many twists and turns in this book! I loved it, though at times it did feel a little complex and kept me on my toes till the very last page.

Eva and Dominic have a chemistry that was not really evident from the first page but when their passion did show it was sizzling. Their relationship is not easy but it develops and I could see it develop a little more over every chapter. The ending is worth the surprise.

I would very much recommend it to any reader who loves a little zing in their books.

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