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  • starsAnother Great Book in the Devil's Rock Series

    Beautiful Sinner can be read as a standalone book, but I’d recommend reading Beautiful Lawman which follows Piper, the hero’s younger sister. If you ever plan of reading Piper’s story, I do believe Beautiful Sinner does spoil her story a bit. For seven years Cruz went to prison for a crime he never committed to protect his sister. When the real criminal confesses he is exonerate and remains in town despite everyone being so wary of him. He somehow gets stuck in the janitors closet with Gabby who had a major crush on him in high school and who shared a secret kiss with him years ago. Cruz never knew who kissed him years ago, but once he finds out it was Gabby, he isn’t letting her go even if she is the related to the woman he confessed to killing seven years ago. This is the first ever book I requested from a publisher when I started blogging. Why? Because I’m a huge fan of the Devil’s Rock series by Sophie Jordan. It’s a hot and sexy small town series with men who’ve been incarcerated. And Beautiful Sinner didn’t disappoint me. Cruz was as hot and male as I expected him to be. Once he figured out that Gabby was the mysterious girl who kissed him in high school, he pursues her relentlessly even though she is reluctant. Gabby has always had self esteem issues. She was made fun of in high school and always wanted to get away from her small town. She moved to be a reporter in Austin but her career never took off like she thought it would so she returns home to take care of her grandmother. Her insecurities came off as real and believable. She took steps to overcome them but being surrounded by people who knew the insecure girl she was made it harder for her stand up for herself. I liked her growth throughout the book, coming to terms of who she was and learned to face her old fears and not runaway anymore. There wasn’t much plot outside of the romance or much to do with Gabby’s job and needing to interview Cruz for the newspaper she works at. This wasn’t a problem to me since it gave Gabby and Cruz plenty of steamy time together

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