Definition of Flawed
Prequel to the Definition Series
Released Oct 29th, 2017
Scarlett Trent has been a rule follower all her life. Meeting Paul Jackson changes that. He’s rough around the edges, the epitome of sexy, and strong. He’s everything she wants and more, but her family is not so keen on their relationship
His sizzling bad boy vibe pulls at her like an irresistible magnet. With a knack for mixing things up, he stomps all over her rules. Blessed with a body for sinning, and a face like a fallen angel, he’s a risk taker who challenges her, and she can’t get enough.
When he invites her to move in, excitement replaces her initial apprehension, but that’s short-lived when each new day reveals surprising information about him. Paul takes more than he gives and wrecks everything he touches. Every revelation tears them apart and at the same time, her friendship with his son grows closer.
Will she stand by Paul as his issues detonate, or will she follow the rules like the good girl she used to be?
Definition of Flawed is a fabulously steamy story by author Lia Peele, which I devoured in one sitting! This book is the author’s debut novel and prequel to her upcoming Definition series. The story is told from Scarlett’s point of view and has a happy for now ending. There is not much that could have pulled me away from this story; it was that good! I am so excited about this upcoming series that I’m having a hard time waiting for the next book!
In this story, Scarlett is finishing her last year at college while working at a coffee shop and living at home. Paul, her boyfriend, was a customer at the store when they first met. After dating for a couple of months, Paul asks her to move in. Scarlett is excited until she finds out Paul has another roommate, Dex. Surprisingly, Dex is his seventeen-year-old son!
The storyline was gripping, and a definite add to your TBR list!
*Voluntarily Reviewed an Advanced Copy*
Lia Peele is from the NE of England and is the author of the five book Definition series. She enjoys getting to the grit of the story and writes stories about flawed, dysfunctional, extraordinary characters. She wants to capture your attention and have you thinking about the book the day after you finished, and the day after that, too. If you’re after a Happy Ever After, you’ll get it, but she makes you sweat along the way. She’s just a little twisted like that.
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