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    Cinq étoiles de pécheur! Sinner est un chef-d'œuvr

    For goodness sake! Sinner by Sierra Simone has left me on cloud number nine. My mind is still far away. This is the most sinful, forbidden and so hot book I have read. I devoured it like the starved little sinner I am. Sinner is a forbidden book with capital letters. Each page was a twist to my heart and something inside me died painfully slowly. I was addicted to this book since the first pages. As a Catholic girl I was a little afraid to read it because of the religion topic however this book was something else. For me it was not offensive to my beliefs. Still, I have not the right words to describe how much I love this book. Sinner is a sinful masterpiece. It is an all-consuming taboo that left me wanting more. I heard good things about Sierra's writing style. They warn me that once I read a Sierra's book I won't be able to stop reading her books and they weren't wrong. Sierra Simone's writing is addictive and tempting and so filthy and dirty (in the best ways possible). Dean and Zenny’s relationship gave to taboo a new meaning. They reflect how easy is for human beings to fall into temptation. They made me wonder what is wrong and what is right. To choose sin over good. To claim God when bad happen and He didn't stop it. We should understand that any Church or Belief is ruled by humans and therefore they are not perfect. They make mistakes. That is one of many of the human conditions. God is love and forgiveness. This book reaffirm me that forgiveness and redemption are possible for everyone. Sean Bell is the clear example of a sinner. He devoted his life to material and carnal things. His beliefs were shaken. Sean is a sinner in flesh. Money and sex rule his life. But every sinner gets tired at some point. Every sinner seeks redemption. I love everything about Sean. He is strong and weak at the same time. His soul is broken but hope is tinkling deep inside him. He lost faith in God but Zenny will remind him the good in the bad. She will awaken a strong and pure feeling that will renew his faith. This book is told only by the male character. Yup. You will enjoy the sinful mind of Sean Bell. He is the sinner that will tempt your body and soul. It is so yummy and exceptional to read a book all told by the male character. It is filthier and dirty, more graphic and so sensual. Sinner is my first Sierra's book and it won't be the last. She delivered a phenomenal story with many shapes and colours. It is clever the way she describes the human conditions. Her characters are so real and human. I highly recommend you this book. It is a must read you should not miss.
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    The world of Lusy

    Wow, another speechless moment for me when I finished the book... Sinner is another level of understanding.. its not an average romance.. its dirty.. self doubt... the brink of falling into the pit of sin.. Sinner is the right label for this story... Sean Bell is a succesful 36 years old man.. Knows what he want.. ruthless.. demanding.. yet he is a walking soulless man until he met Zenny.. Sinner is a seductive romance.. the kind which can lure you to the world of temptation.. Not an easy book to read but I adore...lust.. consume me to the end... Sean is a man of passion... his is Zenny.. Mine is Sinner...
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    Sinner, 7 Stars

    Sinner by the outstanding and incredibly talented author Sierra Simone is the second novel in the Priest Series. The previous books are Priest and Midnight Mass, they're Tyler and Poppy's books. Reading a Sierra Simone book is like opening a box of pralinés. You never know what you'll get, only that it'll be something delicious. I expected a smoking hot, heartwrenching read and Sierra Simone delivered exactly that and much more. Sinner is a full length standalone novel. Sinner is not a romance; this book can't be put in a box. And now, may I present you, Sean Bell. He's one of five siblings; a 36 year old successful businessman. He's cynic and sarcastic as they come. He only loves two things, his family - especially his mom - and his job. And then he meets "Her". Zenobia - Zenny - Iverson and she turns his world upside down and inside out. She teaches him a thing or two about love, life and faith. If there ever was a anti hero, Sean is it. He's bitter and hard around the edges - and on the other side a lost boy deep down in his soul. With Ash, Embry and Greer in the New Camelot Series she blew me away, and with Sean Bell in Sinner she did it again. I started reading and I wasn't hooked, I was HOOKED. I read this book in one sitting, I couldn't put it down, I had to know what happens to the characters. And now I'm sitting here with a serious book hangover, empty and wrung out. Sinner, just like the previous books, sucked me in whirled me around, put me upside down and spit me out. Sinner is raw and it is gritty and my heart hurt for the characters. I could feel their emotions in the words, their love, desperation, pain and hurt. Favorite Quote: " isn't measured in days. It's measured in moments you want to create.." I highly recommend Sinner, Priest and Midnight Mass and wish I could give more than 5 stars.
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    Tantalizing and pleasurable read!

    This may in fact be the hottest, steamiest book I’ve read in months. Sierra Simone has never disappointed when it comes to naughty, panty-wetting, dirty stories and Sinner actually takes it a step farther. I’ll admit that usually age-difference romances aren’t my thing but Simone just makes the passion between Zenny and Sean so believable that I was totally fine with it. Aside from the absolute sensuality of this book, there was a satisfying relationship between Sean and Zenny as well. What started as an experiment in sexuality for Zenny, with her old brother’s best friend, quickly becomes something more. Like Priest before it, Sinner is told from the hero’s PoV but Zenny’s voice and feelings still shine through brightly. Stock-full of religious debate, loss and gaining of faith, sensuality, heartbreak, heart-wrenching decisions wrapped into a love story, Sinner checks all the boxes for a completely tantalizing and pleasurable read.
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    Don't Lose Your Joy

    4.5 stars WOW. Sierra Simone's Sinner is sure to melt your kindle. This book was just as hot and sexy as Priest, but tells the oldest Bell brother, Sean's, story. It is equal parts age gap taboo and best friend's little sister romance. Though this is book 2 in the series, it's not necessary to read Priest first. Some characters do appear in both, however, and readers who are familiar with Priest will have greater insight into Sean's past. This was an emotionally complicated book. We follow the journey of Sean Bell, as he discovers (and re-discovers) himself and his faith. Told entirely in Sean's POV, we are privy to all his deepest thoughts, fears, and desires. Events in Sean's history and his role in his family have shaped him into the guarded man he is today. When our heroine, Zenny, comes crashing into his life, her faith, goodness, and innocence both attract and repel him. Both embark on their own sort of spiritual journeys that reshape their views and also test their convictions. Though Sean has known Zenny his whole life, he is not prepared for the woman she has become. She may be 15 years younger than him (21 years old to his 36), but there is something in her soul that resonates with his and they are drawn together like 2 magnets. Their attraction and chemistry is immediate and readers are treated to an incredibly sensual and delicious build-up as they discover themselves and each other. Seriously, it's like an orgasmic buffet. At times it almost seemed like too much, but I felt it was necessary to show how much our characters come to grow and trust each other as well as how their relationship shifts from something purely physical to so much more than either anticipated. The book isn't all about Sean and Zenny though. It also shows the Bell family as they come to terms with more heartache and the sibling dynamic/shift in familial roles. Sean's relationship with his mother was so touching and moving. He willingly shouldered so much in an effort to do anything and everything he could to help her. It was heartbreaking and beautiful. It reminded me of the Death Cab for Cutie song "What Sarah Said": Cause there's no comfort in the waiting room Just nervous paces bracing for bad news And then the nurse comes round And everyone lifts their head But I'm thinking of what Sarah said That love is watching someone die So who's gonna watch you die This is not your conventional romance. It's dark and raw at times, but also uplifting and will have you questioning yourself and perhaps your faith (or lack of). Thank you Sierra for this thought provoking (and nuclear hot) book! *I voluntarily read an advance reader copy of this book*

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