๐Ÿ”ฅ ๐—ก๐—˜๐—ช ๐—ฅ๐—˜๐—Ÿ๐—˜๐—”๐—ฆ๐—˜โ†’ Crooked Crows by Elena Lawson!!

Title: Crooked Crows
Series: Boys of Briar Hall Book One
Author: Elena Lawson
Genre: Dark Contemporary Romance
Release Date: August 20, 2021
Cover Design: Pretty In Ink Creations


Unapologetically f*cked up. Heartlessly cruel. Broken beyond repair.

Corvus, Rook, and Grey โ€“ The Crows.

Bred in a world of gang wars, violence, and secrets, they rule the bloody town of Thorn Valley and all the people in itโ€ฆtoo bad for me Iโ€™ve never been good at kissing ass or keeping quiet.

Even if their savage spirits awaken something inside of me I thought was long dead, I canโ€™t break. I wonโ€™t.

They think they scare me, that Iโ€™ll run and hide, but the jokeโ€™s on them. The Crows arenโ€™t the first monsters Iโ€™ve faced, and they wonโ€™t be the last. There are worse evils out there waiting to take their stab at Ava Jade Mason.

I say let them try. Iโ€™m tired of running. Tired of holding back my darkness. Thorn Valley isnโ€™t ready for a new boogie man. Too bad Iโ€™m already here.



“… top dark read of 2021.” – Melissa @ Book Boyfriend and Husband Make Three.

“This book was everything, EVERYTHING, I love in a dark, twisted, reverse harem romance!” – Lauren @ Coffee and The Bibliophile

“Ava Jade is a bad bad bish!!! And I am here for it!!” – The Lushy Reader

“Hands down the best book of 2021!!!!!!” – Emma Frederick




โ€œYouโ€™re a monster,โ€ she spat, her harsh tone and curled upper lip disguising the truth her body couldnโ€™t hide from me. She was fighting the same indecision I was. Unsure if she wanted to fuck me or bite my head off.

She shivered as I leaned in, putting my mouth at her ear.

โ€œYouโ€™re damn right I am.โ€

A bitter grin pulled at my lips. Fuck. I couldnโ€™t remember the last time Iโ€™d smiled.

โ€œYou should run, little sparrow. While you still can,โ€ I warned, unsure Iโ€™d even give her the chance to if she tried.

โ€œAnd if I donโ€™t?โ€

โ€œThen Iโ€™ll swallow you whole.โ€





Elena writes stories full of feisty heroines and unforgettable heroes. She may also have a small thing for bad boys and often gravitates towards the darker things in life. When she comes out of her writing cave, she can be found obsessively rearranging her bookshelves, drinking an unreasonable amount of wine, or cooking overly fancy meals for her family and friends.



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