Select Page

Sin by Serena Akeroyd

by | Jun 30, 2020 | Books, MC, New releases, Reading, Recommendations, Reviews, Romance | 0 comments

  • Facebook
  • Twitter

Sin (Satan’s Sinners Book 3)

Sin’s a born sinner
His name was earned
His reputation is feared
Before he was Sin, he was Padraig, and Padraig?
Makes Sin look innocent, and that makes me want him, and all his darkness, more than ever. 
But then, I’m a spoiled brat—until I can’t be that anymore. Until my kingdom crashes down around me, and I become a nobody.
A nothing
But to Sin? I could never be nothing. 
Our love was founded on secrets, on hushed rendez-vous, and forbidden nights, and Sin?
He’s ready to bring us out into the light. 
Through blood shed, fallen tears, and lives lost, Sin will do whatever it takes to claim me, and me?
I’m ready to be his. 
All the way. Into the light, and out of the dark, it’s just a shame that fate doesn’t always want the same thing for us as we do. 
Find out if we can be together in SIN, book three of the Satan’s Sinners’ MC series. 

Review: Sinfully good!

I was searching for MC books to read when I first found the first book in this series, Nyx, and I just couldn’t put it down once I started. It just grabbed me straight away, and I think I just dived right into Link after I finished. I swear they just get better and better. So no surprise, I was really looking forward to reading Sin. I was not sure about Sin because of certain events in the previous books, but this book… I have no words. I could not put it down and prayed it would never end. Just loved this story from start to finish, and Sin and Tiffany is now one of my favorite couples ever.

From high to low, this book will give you all the feels. I think the way the story of Sin and Tiffany starts and then builds is just perfect. The world crashes around them and they face obstacle after obstacle, but they stand tall through it all. Lots of drama in this book that kept me on the edge of my seat biting my nails, but it all works out perfectly.

I also love the different POV’s and how we get to know the other brothers (and women) in the MC. It really adds to the story, and you get a stronger feel for all the characters and how they connect and interact. This means I really look forward to the next books in this series!

  • Facebook
  • Twitter

0 Comments

Submit a Comment

Your email address will not be published.

Categories

Twitter