BOOK REVIEW: Henri by Ella Frank

Henri by Ella Frank


Series: Confessions #5

Release Date: August 27, 2019

Page Count: 224 pages

Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐


Good and bad. Right and wrong.
Life would be easy if things were always that simple.
That’s never been the case for Henri Boudreaux.

Son of a criminal. Ex-boyfriend to a Priest.
Henri’s made a career out of getting in trouble and avoiding the law.
So when he winds up in bed with it, he knows that things are about to get…complicated.

But what’s life without taking a few risks?
And what’s a risk without the threat of being caught?
No one’s ever accused Henri of being good man.
And Officer Craig Bailey is about to find out just how bad he can be.


I was super curious about Henri from his first appearance and this book doesn’t disappoint. Mysterious bad boy and a cop? This was a smoking hot opposites attract novel!

I honestly felt so bad for Henri. Priest hurt him so much and I guess technically Priest didn’t do anything wrong but it still hurt like a motherfucker! Henri deserves better. And now he has Bailey! Henri and Bailey have amazing sexual tension.

This is dual POV and has a solid HFN ending. While this could be read as a standalone, it’s better to read the previous books as it contains spoilers for the previous books.

Buy Links 

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