I’m not a good man, and I’ve never pretended to be. I don’t believe in goodness or God or any happy ending that isn’t paid for in advance.What do I believe in? Money. Sex. Macallan 18. They have words for men like me—playboy. Womanizer. Skirt chaser.My brother used to be a priest, and he only has one word for me.Sinner. ...
|Title||:||Sinner (Priest #2)|
|Number of Pages||:||-|
|Url Type||:||Home » Sinner » Sinner (Priest #2)|
Sinner (Priest #2) Reviews
5 'Honest guy thing' Stars!
Holy Mother of God. Perfect words after experiencing this book, am I right? I thought I really enjoyed Priest when it released but oh man.. Sinner is even better! I do have to say Tyler Bell was a good hero but you are not ready for Sean Bell, ladies. He will melt your panties and you’ll love him so much after reading this wonderful piece of writing. Not only because he is a sexy beast but also because he will surprise you when you see how much he cares for the people ...more
I can’t even with how AMAZING Sierra Simone writes such beautiful stories. It’s a true gift and I’m so blown away...once again.
My husband said I was an “emotional wreck” while reading this book. I was grinning one chapter and crying like a loon the next. You know it’s good when you can’t contain your emotions. Those are always the very best books! I felt all the feels! But Sinner is so much more than that. It’s a statement - a discussion starter. A romance that doubles as a view of religious an ...more
My review will be in the minority and I have waited to post my review out of respect. So here it goes......
First, I must say wholeheartedly, Sierra Simone writes beautifully. The intricacies of sexuality and religion are woven quite expertly throughout this story. The struggles of belief and faith battle with the present of belief and faith. It’s a painfully visually struggle between the two sides because of the background of the past. And I liked how the author infuses the story with battling r ...more
Stunning and poignant and sexy and devastating. A familiar trope stands out in the hands of Sierra Simone. The themes of sex and God that were explored in Priest are reexamined from different characters in different ways, and it's so breathtaking and mindful, you'll never want it to end.
They have words for men like me—playboy. Womanizer. Skirt chaser.
My brother used to be a priest, and he only has one word for me.
So, erm, if anyone needs me, I'll just be over here in the corner icing my ovaries. Because this book? Set those suckers on FIRE! I mean, sweet baby jesus. Pun intended. But seriously though. Hot damn. Just...hot damn.
As with everything, she is a contradiction. Artless and deliberate, embarrassed but driven past caring.
First of all, that blurb ...more
Sweet Jesus . . . I finished Sinner days ago and I’m still trying to come up with the words to convey just how much I loved it and Sean Bell.
My emotions are still a mess and holy hell only Sierra can mix god, heartbreak and sex and weave it seamlessly into a brilliant, amazing sexy AF story.
I don’t even know where to start with Sean. He’s no saint. He’s a bit bent and hell bent on making Zenny his—in all ways.
But Zenny has other plans. Other goals and wants. Sure she wants Sean, but he’s not h ...more
➦So, um... yeah... Trying to write a constructive review after reading Sierra Simone's book:
➦I'll keep this short. This book is hot as fuck. If you like forbidden romances, this has it in spades. Best friend's little sister who's trying real hard to become a nun?
➦But that's not all!
➦There's also a pretty big age gap between these two. He's older. So all of you daddy romance lovers, you are gonna love this one.
➦Oh, and I'm sorry, I almost forgot! The heroine is a virgin. And there might or might ...more
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Type: Standalone Book 2 of Priest series
POV: First Person - Male
Sean Bell was a proud sinner. Years ago a family tragedy robbed him of his faith. Now he lived for himself and enjoying life the way he saw fit. But his faith in his lifestyle was about to be shaken to the core.
Zenobia (Zenny) Iverson chose to trust in her faith. However, as someone young and still learning about the world she wanted to explore and experience the joy what living her life could off ...more