Chrissy’s Review: Connectivity by Aven Ellis

written by Aven Ellis
published by Soul Mate Publishing, 2013

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Disclosure: I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange  for an honest review.

Did I enjoy this book: 
I really did. My only complaint is that I didn’t read it sooner. I should have read it the moment I got my hands on it. Silly, silly, me. Why didn’t I? But, I digress . . .

Seriously, Ms. Ellis can tell a fabulous story. Connectivity will draw you in and won’t let you go until the end. This is the book that started it all. Connectivity–the social media site–is mentioned in ALL of Ms. Ellis’s books. I love that. You’ll smile, squeal, laugh . . . I could go on. I loved watching MK and William grow and change over the course of this book.

Connectivity is one of those books that leaves you with a giddy smile at the end . . . a giddy smile that will appear whenever you think of MK and William.


Would I recommend it: Yes, yes, yes. Read it. In fact, read all of Ms. Ellis’s books.


About the book – from Goodreads: 
Overachiever Mary-Kate Grant (who is indeed named after an Olsen Twin) has followed every rule to the letter to pursue her dream of working in TV programming. Ripping a page from the “hard work pays off” playbook, she takes an assistant level job at a Chicago sports network to break into the industry.

MK has no time or desire for a relationship right now—she is totally focused on her career and being independent, unlike the other women in her family.

But MK’s plans are run through the shredder when she finds herself working for William Cumberland, a British media mogul who made his fortune with Connectivity, a social media site. William blows into Chicago just like the winds off Lake Michigan and purchases the group of networks MK works for—and makes her his personal assistant in the process.

Suddenly MK finds her career plans in jeopardy. William makes her question everything she has ever thought and has the uncanny ability to see right through her. And for the first time in her life, MK finds herself not only questioning what she wants for her career but for her personal life as well…





  1. Isn’t it the best to read a book that we have put off and end up loving so much. I don’t think that I have seen this one before, but is sounds just my thing. Thank you for your review, Chrissy.


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