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    Love this series!!!

    **Received ARC for a fair and honest review** Sinner is book 3 in the Penthouse Pleasures series. I'd rate this book at 4.5 stars! I've been wanting Gabriel's story since we learned about him in Taboo and this book doesn't disappoint!! This book can be read as a standalone, however there is a lot of stuff that happens in the first book that makes it best if read in order. Gabriel is lost since he left the priesthood. Coming into some money has given him a place to stay, but his own self deprecation isn't helping him any, and lusting after the building manager is just the icing on the cake of his own misery. Everly is the building manager and after Goliath, Gabriel's dog is shot protecting a neighbor, she comes around daily to help care for him, and it doesn't hurt that the owner while brooding is hot. When Everly comes to get Goliath for a walk and walks in on the owner, things will start to get very heated! ***SPOILER*** ***SPOILER*** ***SPOILER*** I really enjoyed this book and flew through it. I enjoyed the chemistry between the characters, the discourse, the story line. The only reason I didn't give it 5 stars is 1. I wanted more of Gabriel's backstory- they briefly touch on his childhood, but gloss over it so much it leaves you really wanting that story. 2. The ending, while it is a HEA, they just barely get together and poof it's over. I really wanted more!! While you get glimpses of the previous characters in the stories, which I do love, I don't think it's enough to omit the ending... even an epilogue or something. Anyways... overall, I really did enjoy this book, and have enjoyed this series tremendously! Can't wait for the next book in the series! Hope this helps! Happy Reading!!!
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    A great addition

    4 Star Review Sinner (Penthouse Pleasures Book 3) by Jayne Rylon,Opal Carew and Avery Aster  The latest instalment in the exciting new series from these three talented authors. This was another fun quick read set amidst the bright lights of Manhattan revolving around the lives of six penthouse apartment owners.  This story resolves around ex priest Gabriel Hendrick and property manager Everly Wright whom we met in Taboo, the first book in the series. Gabriel is lost, having been excommunicated and thrown out of his church, he is searching for something but what it is he is unsure. His only close friend is his dog Goliath although he is immensely attracted to the hot and sexy Everly.; could she hold the key to his happiness? Everly has been attracted to Gabriel since she first met him and the attraction between these two sizzles. When they both finally decide to give in to the sparks which are flying between them it is smoking hot, yet tender. I really felt for Gabriel as he struggled with both his past and where he saw his future, Everly was a great character full of life and ready to grab on to who she wants and take a leap of faith. I found it endearing that Gabriel went to his neighbours Casey, Jace and Ian for some much needed guidance. I realise that this is a novella but I felt that the story was rushed, they no sooner got together and the story ended. Having said that they I am intrigued as to whose story will be next.
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    A Sinner no more!

    This is a story about unleashing who you are, even if you aren't sure, or aren't comfortable, with who that is. Having been raised deep with deep beliefs instilled in him, and then entering the priesthood, and then being turned out, Gabriel is still a mess a year later. He still believes strongly, but seems to follow as he has been taught Lucky for Gabriel, Everly is around. She absolutely gets this strong, silent, sexy, conflicted, beautiful man. Real life isn't made up of ultimate's, but a million shades and colours. She is happy to act as Gabriel's tour guide, so long as he is honest with himself When the book starts with a naked man imagining our heroine while he takes care of business, and she catches him and offers to help? Yeah. There is a shimmer of melancholy over the book, but the smexy times are crazy hot, so be prepared!
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    No saint?

    What an unusual point of view. It's a coming-of-age story from innocence to knowledge but with an adult character who is trying to fight his way out of the baggage of his upbringing and what he had thought of as his vocation with a guide who is caring and a great teacher.
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    Sexy story in the Penthouse Pleasures series!

    This is my second story in this series, I missed book 3 but I certainly don’t feel that I have missed out on anything. These are characters we met in Taboo and I’m so glad we get to get their story. Gabriel, a priest who has been turned away from all that he has known and groomed to be, is trying to find his way in the world outside of the priesthood. Everly tempts him and he may be thankful that he is no longer a priest. As he struggles with his personal demons it’s Everly who can make him see the light. I really enjoyed their chemistry and even though the story was short, we got to see how they resolve at least of those issues that had Gabriel wanting to say goodbye to Everly. Their passion is explosive, I know you will enjoy this erotic story. I voluntarily reviewed an advanced copy of this book.
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