Tuesday, 11 August 2015

Untouchable by Ava Marsh

By Ava Marsh
Published by Transworld (Out now on Kindle; Paperback - 13 August 2015)
ISBN: 9780552171205

Publisher's description
Stella is an escort, immersed in a world of desire, betrayal and secrets. It’s exactly where she wants to be. Stella used to be someone else: respectable, loved, safe. But one mistake changed all that.
When a fellow call girl is murdered, Stella has a choice: forget what she’s seen, or risk everything to get justice for her friend. In her line of work, she’s never far from the edge, but pursuing the truth could take her past the point of no return.
Nothing is off limits. Not for her – and not for them.
But no one is truly untouchable.

My verdict
Untouchable should be renamed 'unputdownable'. I was so engrossed that I couldn't stop reading from beginning to end.

Stella works as an escort, is never short of clients and accepts that her lifestyle carries risks. But she hides a dark past - one silly mistake led Stella to turn her back on her comfortable family background. When another escort is murdered, Stella is determined to discover the truth - but in doing so, she could be putting her life on the line.

The plot is dark, sexy and intriguing - completely addictive. The characters are believable yet suitably flawed. Stella's own secrets are gradually revealed, as she uncovers corruption in high places. In many places, I was reading with baited breath, desperate to find out what was going to happen next but too nervous to read on. The book left me with a book hangover, yet I wanted more… Ava Marsh is an author to watch.

I received an Advance Reader Copy from the publisher through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

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