Reader Review: I was really excited to finally read this follow up to 'Midnight Sins.' I feel like the mystery continued with more murder and suspense but I felt like the cousins had more allies in this book rather than being them against everyone else. You also learn a little more about who is behind these murders and the grandparents are more a part of the story now. Apparently things aren't what they always seem but I'm so curious to know who could be so powerful that they control the whole town and beyond. I still have so many questions and it's going to drive me crazy to have to wait for Crowe's story!
Witnesses to a shocking crime, three men must face the dangers of the past to unlock the passion in their hearts…
Logan Callahan has fought hard to forget what happened that fateful day, so long ago. But every night he tries to sleep, he relives the nightmare. Every time he closes his eyes, he sees the woman whose life he could not save…
A newcomer in town, Sky O’Brien is a mystery to Logan. Like him, she is a night owl. Like him, she is fighting her own demons. Like him, she hides a secret in her eyes—a fire that consumes him with every glance. Could she be the one to heal him?
When Logan’s ex-girlfriend is brutally murdered, his past implicates him as suspect—and his new neighbor Sky may be the only person he can turn to. Together, they share an attraction that can’t be denied. But as he searches for the real killer, he discovers that Sky is tracking down a murderer too—and she intends to use him to do it…
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|Title of eBook: Deadly Sins|
|Release Date: 02-28-2012|
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|Publisher: St. Martin's Press||Store Sales Rank: 5962|
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Title: Deadly Sins March 31, 2012 This is the second part of this series.Great premise, good characters, fast paced, good suspense.Even better than the first. Love a tough girl with an even tougher alpha male.The plot just moves you right along keeping you waiting for what happens next.characters are always just different enough in their mannerisms and personalities that it keeps you interested.
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Number of Comments: 7 Rating(s) 5 Review(s)
better than the first
March 31, 2012
This is the second part of this series.Great premise, good characters, fast paced, good suspense.Even better than the first. Love a tough girl with an even tougher alpha male.The plot just moves you right along keeping you waiting for what happens next.characters are always just different enough in their mannerisms and personalities that it keeps you interested.
March 28, 2012
Reviewer: A reader from PORT MACQUARIE, NEW SOUTH WALES AUS
I love Lora Leigh and have read all of her books to date and I have been looking forward to reading the 2nd book in this series. Unfortunately, this is not one of her best. I hate reading reviews that complain about "editing" but this book really lacks editing. It was difficult to follow in parts because she would repeat the same sentence and she would use incorrect pronouns (Logan would make a reference, but she would refer to Logan as "she"). The romance and hot steamy scenes that Leigh is know for were also lacking in this book. Logan and Skye were fighting their attraction, then it seemed like in the next paragraph they were "in love". It really jumped around alot, and I really didnt like the fact that the ending of the book didnt have any conclusion. I understand her desire to make us want to read "Crowes" story (3rd book) but it was too much of a clift hanger-with no conclusion of Logan and Skyes story. Of all of the many books I've read of Leigh's, I would rate this to the bottom. It also is a disapointment that she charges $7-$10 for these books but only provides the reader 235 ebook pages.
March 28, 2012
Reviewer: A reader from BLOOMFIELD, NJ USA
This is the second story of this trilogy and it is a good one. Skye and Logan are great together. It is disappointing, however, that the publisher didn't take the time to check continuity and didn't edit this book well. I have found this to be a recurring theme in Lora Leigh's books. I still want to read her stories, but get frustrated as I read them. I hope the next book is edited properly so I can enjoy the story more.
March 21, 2012
Reviewer: A reader from WAVERLY, MN USA
Unfortunately, this book needs a LOT of editing. Information is repeated, sometimes with changes from one moment to the next. Names are mixed up repeatedly, clothing changes from second to second. I liked Logan and Skye, but had a hard time following along in places.
I've read most of Ms. Leigh's books, but in the past few years it seems she has given up on editing...and she shouldn't.
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