Book Review: Moth To A Flame by Ashley Antoinette 

Raven is the daughter of a drug kingpin, who, along with her mother and sister are spoiled being measure in exchange for living a secluded life. Typical teenager, she is curious about the very thing her father tried to protect her from and falls for a guy named Mizan. His is a manipulator who uses Raven to get at her father and then…all hell breaks loose. 
Ethic, whom Raven believes to be one of her father’s soldiers, is the only one she can turn to…but at what cost?

In preparation for the newest release by New York Times bestseller @ashleyantoinette entitled “Ethic”, I picked this book back up to familiarize myself with the character. At first glance, I was reminded of “The Coldest Winter Ever.” Raven put me in the mind of Winter; her parents of the notorious Santiago’s; they both have a younger sister and then Ethic vs the all infamous Midnight…but that’s where the similarities end. As her debut solo novel, the author of her foot in this story. It was well written, character development was on point and the storyline kept me interested. One minute, I was admiring Raven for her strength and the next, I literally wanted to smack some sense into her young mind. The ending was nothing short of…classic! Unfortunately, I have to give it 💎💎💎💎 for a few grammatical errors. 

I highly recommend this page turner to mothers of teenage daughters and young ladies who are coming of age and are fascinated by the “street-life.” I hope you enjoy it as much as I did. On to “The Prada Plan.

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