Blog Tour & Review - Avowed By Alicia Taylor & Natalie Townson

Three years ago I vowed revenge. Now I'm married with secrets, desperate to get past them.

I set out to destroy the man I thought ruined my life. I never saw it coming when he turned out to be the love I couldn't live without.

Damon was my target, now I'm determined to keep him.

Will he be able to get past my confessions, and forgive my actions? Will I be able to forgive his? We've come too far to lose it all now. It's time to fight for us, fight for our happiness.

Not every story is as it seems but it's time to avow our sins.

Both of us.


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Natalie Townson is 33, a mother of one beautiful little boy and lives in Gloucester in the UK with her husband.

Corrupted is her debut novel that is a book one of the manipulation trilogy, that she co-writes with Alicia Taylor. She is currently working on book two of the series which is nearly completed.

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Alicia Taylor was born and raised in the East Midlands town of Derby, England, where she lives with her family and mass of animals - she's a huge family and animal lover.

Writing powerful love stories and creating Alpha males with a dash of darkness has become a passion of mine, and I have many stories and characters swirling in my head that I can't wait to share with you all. Is it weird to have so many voices in my head? I'm not crazy, I promise... maybe a little bit.


Avowed (Manipulation Trilogy, Corrupted, #3)Avowed by Alicia Taylor
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Oh wow! What an awesome end to a great series!

After reading the first two books I was eager to sink my teeth into this.

The story starts off from where it was left at the end of Warped. As I've come to expect from these two ladies there was plenty of twists and turns, lots of hotness, romantic and emotionally charged moments with a great plot to pull you along.

Damon and Ella are both good strong characters but it was nice to see their softer sides too. There's also a good group of diverse, well rounded supporting characters that add to the story.

I devoured this is one sitting but was a little sad to reach the end. I will be sorry to let these characters go. I've enjoyed being in their lives while reading this trilogy.

This was a really good finish to a great series and I would definitely recommend it.

5 Stars :)

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