Review: High (Indigo Lounge Series #1), Zara Cox

I met this author at a book signing event in March this year and, after a spirited hello, I was drawn to her books and the gorgeous, vibrant shade of purple emblazoned on the covers.

I love purple. It’s been my favourite colour for many years now. It screams at you.

“I’m bold,” it says. “I’m different. Come and grab me.”

So, I did.

From the very first page, it was clear that this is not your average erotic novel. The language employed grabs you, hauls you from your humdrum existence and throws you into this wonderful world where invitations to life-changing events hurl themselves through your letterbox ‘like an exotic jewel in the dust’.

Our protagonist is one Bethany Green. Naive and heartbroken, and with more than a little shove from her best friend Keely, she accepts this invitation and her life is never the same again.

Our hero is also troubled. Zachary Savage has demons of his own to overcome. But, he’s never met a woman quite like Bethany, and she throws his world into turmoil in return.

This is the first in the Indigo Lounge series from Zara Cox. I have the second, also a signed copy, ready and waiting to start as soon as I can…