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  • Astonishing Story

    Silent Sins knocked me down and rebuilt me up word by word. What an astonishing story about a girl named Honor and the pain and struggles she endures in a life she battles to live in day in and out. Honor has never felt like she belonged in the life she was dealt. A life where status, money and pedigree is only excepted. Except Honor doesn't want this life, and the one other person that understood her and was a part of her is now gone. The one person who loved her and excepted her for Her. Although Honor is breathing and moving, she isn't living, isn't feeling. There is only one way she feels, one way to feel alive, and that is hidden in shame because it isn't healthy or excepted. Finally deciding to make some changes in her life, with the encouragement of her therapist, Honor attends a yoga class. A class that changes her life forever...Nick. Nick the Italian Stallion is the yogi teaching the class. From the moment Nick bumped into Honor he saw his future. There was just something about her that called to Nick and he had to know more about the beauty in his class. Oh and did Honor make him work for it. Nick's charm and persistence broke down Honor's walls and she finally allowed him in. Nick brought the high that Honor needed to feel alive and Honor brought him the peace and completeness he was missing for so long. Nick and Honor complete each other in such a stunning way. They are both the pieces the other needed to be whole and it was beautiful to watch their love unravel in Silent Sins and heal each other. Audrey Carlan brought to light a really serious problem in today's society with dignity and grace. Also, the importance of realizing ones self worth, and the power it gives us. LOVED IT AUDREY, LOVED IT!

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  • Silent Sins, another 5 star read

    And we have another winner !! Silent Sins by the outstanding author Audrey Carlan is book 5 in A Lotus House Series. Every book in the series can easily be read as a standalone. Meet Honor Carmichael and Nicholas Salerno. Honor is a broken shell of a woman. She´s a 26 year old high society princess who lives under the thumb of her evil mother. She has everything she could ever wish for, but her life is empty and miserable. The most important person in her life´s gone and she griefs deeply. When she goes to Lotus House Yoga Studio for lessone her life´s about to be turned upside down. Nicholas Salerno is a 29 year old Yoga teacher, gym owner and ex-military with his own demons. He´s a dark, brooding, no relationship man and lives his life to the fullest. He´s a bit rough around the edges and bossy as they come. He loves his loud and overbearing italian family deeply and would do anything for his 5 siblings. When he meets Honor it takes him one look and he knows she´s his destiny. She takes his breath away and his brain is empty. Bur Honor is a burned child with deep deep issues and secrets. I started reading Silent Sins and was immediatedly sucked into the story. I haven´t read the previous books, a failure that I´ll correct now - I want to read them all ASAP. And I had no problem understanding the storyline. The characters are great and the story is a very clear one. I could feel the characters emotions in the words. I could love them not like them, and that I did. The main characters are great, I can´t say how much my heart hurt for Honor and Nicholas, but and yes there´s a but I didn´t like - at all - the therapist´s character Monet. In my personal opinion she´s not very professional. In trying to keep her frienship to Nicholas out of the picture, her reputation and her client´s on the legal side and do the right thing, she fails Honor miserably and is the cause for Honor´s major heartbreak and finally breaking point. No, nope I didn´t like her. All in all I can´t say how much I love this book, the writing is excellent and the story is captivating. I reda Silent Sins in one sitting, I had to know what happens to the characters. And now I´m goona go and buy every other book in the series and binge reading them. I recommend Silent Sins and give 5 stars.

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