An epic tale of revenge and love in a new romantic trilogy from the New York Times best-selling author of The Beauty Series.
Bleu MacAllister is in hiding less than three months when Sinclair Breckenridge discovers her
whereabouts. Her former lover, the future leader of a criminal organization known as The Fellowship,
resists the tug of his heart heartstrings in her direction. Instead, he opts to watch over his beloved from
afar. And she has no idea. But Sin's sacrifice is short-lived. His bonny lass is a hunted traitor. He fears
Abram's assassins are closing in, leaving him with one solution for saving Bleu--make her his wife.
Marriage seems an easy fix for their dilemma but wedded bliss is brief when the couple finds trouble
lying in wait beyond the realm of the brotherhood. Will the original revenge seeker find herself the
object of collateral damage?
One Last Sin – Release Date – March 23, 2015
4 Stars: Loving it!!!
I received an ARC in exchanged for an honest review.
I really enjoyed this second book in The Sin trilogy. In this book, I started to like Sin a lot more than book one. I still fell like I need that extra something to make me fall head over heels for him. I was happy to see him grow a pair and finally stand up for what is best for him and his family. The Next Sin really showed how much Sin loved Bleu and the extent in which he would go to keep her safe.
Bleu in this book for so many reasons lost her spark. She wasn't as strong and out there as she was in the first book and I am hoping this would change in the next book. To the end of the book she started to show the firecracker personality that I loved. I wanted to see her determination come back even though her relationship status changed. I wanted her to put her foot down and take charge when it came to making changes with the fellowship and getting her only family member to where she was.
Georgia does a great job in creating a story line that was interesting and easy to read. I am still placing bets when it comes to Abram and his involvement in everything.
Overall, I really enjoyed this story. The characters were well developed, story flowed well and was very easy and fun to read. If you are looking for suspense The Next Sin definitely has you guessing and shouting out a few words which I will not say.
A Necessary Sin- Book 1 of The Sin Trilogy – Release Date: Dec 29
Bleu MacAllister is consumed. A horrific childhood incident has caused every decision in her life
to revolve around bringing a monster to justice. With years spent studying The Fellowship, an
organized crime brotherhood of liars, thieves, and killers, Bleu will rely on her skills as a special
agent to cut Thane Breckenridge off at the knees. But walking hand in hand with retribution
means risking collateral damage, in the form of Breckenridge’s son Sinclair—until Sin becomes
so much more than Bleu bargained for. She’s always known this undertaking would place her
life in danger—she never imagined her heart would be as well.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Georgia resides in rural Mississippi with her wonderful husband, Jeff, and their two beautiful daughters.
She spent fourteen years as a labor and delivery nurse before she decided to pursue her dream of
becoming an author and hasn’t looked back yet.
When she’s not writing, she’s thinking about writing. When she’s being domestic, she’s listening to her iPod and visualizing scenes for her current work in progress. Every story coming from her always has a song to inspire it.
Representation: All questions regarding subsidiary rights for any of my books, inquiries regarding foreign translation and film rights should be directed to Jane Dystel of Dystel & Goderich.
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AMAZON AUTHOR PAGE: http://www.amazon.com/Georgia-
Excerpt One: Bleu’s POV
I touch the screen. I stroke my finger down his face but it feels
nothing like the real thing. I close my eyes so I can imagine the
way his scruff felt against my skin.
He rarely grew what I would call a beard. He always kept his facial
hair short and scruffy. And I loved it, especially when he would
drag his face down the center of my body just to hear me squeal.
But the best was when he’d push the crotch of my panties aside
and rub his chin up and down between my legs.
“Holy shit, Bleu. That’s him, isn’t it?” I jerk when I hear Ellison’s
voice over my shoulder. “That’s the man you were with in
I’m so stupid. I can’t believe I’ve allowed her to sneak up and
catch me looking at this photograph. I was preoccupied. That’s my
Ellison has interrogated me nonstop about my relationship with
Sin. I’ve been vague. She’s on a need-to-know-only basis. That
means I haven’t told her shit. But I want to. I need someone to tell
me this excruciating pain in my heart is going to ease.
“Yes.” That’s my Breck. My admission feels like a ton of bricks
lifted from my shoulders.
“Damn. That is one hottie Scottie.”
“I know.” I sigh as I prop my chin in my hand. I look at the
handsome face of the only man in this world besides my father
who has been willing to take me the way I am.
Two men. Both know the darkness I carry inside. But they love me
I’ve lost one. I’m losing the other. And it’s killing me.
“My God, Bleu. Look at the way he’s holding you … like you’re his
everything. I don’t know how you walked away from him.”
You’d be surprised by the things you can do when you’re staring
death in the face.
“My job was over.”
“You haven’t told me anything about it. Or him. Was it good?”
I recall the words he used to describe what being together was like
for him. “The best ever.”
“You don’t think you’ll see him again?”
“No.” I won’t if I want to continue to live.
Excerpt Two: Sinclair’s POV
I’m in the background of Bleu’s life, as I have been for weeks. I
have eyes on her at all times, even when they’re not my own. I
safeguard her from harm. It’s all I’ve done since tracking my lass
down in a small town in Mississippi, right outside of Memphis. I
act as her protector from afar and she has no idea. She believes
she’s hidden from The Fellowship—and me—but she couldn’t be
more wrong. I’m always here, keeping a watchful eye on her and
the MacAllister family.
I often need to be reminded that this is Bleu’s world. Every person
she has contact with isn’t a threat but there’s an enormous
problem with that. I have no idea who’s friend or foe.
I was concerned when Bleu disappeared at the bar with a man
earlier tonight. I was on the verge of barging into the back until
my lass came out on stage to perform with the band. I don’t think
I’ve ever been so surprised in all my life. I knew she played but I
never pegged her for a public performer. That doesn’t seem like
my Bonny at all.
But I guess I don’t really know the real Bleu MacAllister. I only
know the woman she pretended to be.