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Sunday, April 30, 2017

Release Blitz! Riot Street By Tyler King

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 its too late. Because I can’t tell where my addiction ends…and his obsession begins.

Sitting here typing this review I have mixed feelings about Riot Street by Tyler King.  On one hand I liked it but on the other hand there was something that was missing and I hate that I am unable to point out exactly what that missing thing is.  Don’t get me wrong I enjoyed Riot Street and it is a book I would recommend.

Ethan and Avery have a past, one that is so much more than a simple relationship.  The depth of their past and relationship was needed for this story to work because I don’t think I would have enjoyed it if it didn’t have that edge, that depth and that complexity.  It took me a bit to read this one and I think it is because, as stated above, it was missing something.

Overall I enjoyed Riot Street and am curious to read more from this author in the future.

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Tyler King was born and raised in Orlando, Florida and graduated from the University of Central Florida with a degree in Creative Writing. As a journalist, her work has appeared in Orlando magazine and Orlando Business Journal, among other publications. She is a proud army spouse currently living in Virginia with her husband.

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