Sharing Harper by V. Murphy
First it needs to be said that this book definitely requires an explicit warning for physical and sexual domestic abuse. (Author says she added one to the description) There are scenes that disturbed me greatly but also made me keep reading just to see the survivor make it through. Harper Mae is a definite survivor and this is her story.
Never wanting to get attached to anyone for fear of letting herself be hurt again, 21 year old Harper Mae has become what one would affectionately call a promiscuous girl. She uses men for sex and then tosses them away, only keeping them around long enough to help her erase the pain of her dark past. Until she walks into a coffee shop one day and sees Ryder. The answer to making the pain go away forever, instead of for just a few hours. Little does Harper know, she will do the same for him.
This book needed a better set of eyes for editing as it had a lot of errors in spelling, grammar, proper word usage and tense that a thorough editor would have caught and corrected. ***Since I read a pre-published ARC these errors may be corrected prior to publication. I am sure this is something that will improve as the author continues to write more books. However, there is absolutely NO denying the power of this story of love and healing and the errors would NOT have kept me from finishing this book and liking it a lot. I thought it was great and is a definite must read. I give it four stars. This is one I will remember! <3 Kellie