Monday, 15 August 2016

Review: A Beautiful Sin by Terri E. Laine & A.M. Hargrove

*****5 Stars*****

A Beautiful Sin is the third book by these two amazing authors that I have read and they just keep getting better and better. They never disappoint in their collaborations together. Terri E. Laine & A.M. Hargrove have once again given us a well written, heartbreaking, angsty, forbidden romance that will completely captivate you from start to finish. Canaan and Haven will absolutely melt your heart and you won't be able to stop yourself from falling in love with these two.
I will say that this book may not be for everyone. This book does cover the topic of abuse so if this is a trigger for you or if you have a hard time reading about it then I wouldn't recommend this book. This is a very taboo book so if you have strong religious beliefs then you might find this book a little bit offensive and should pass on this one. I personally enjoyed this book and thought the storyline was an emotional and captivating one.
A Beautiful Sin is a standalone book about forgiveness, love, and finding one's self. In this book we meet Canaan and Haven, both of whom are struggling with the demons of their past and are on the path of redemption. What happens when the one you want most is the one you can never have? What happens when you cross lines that can never be uncrossed? What happens when the path you've always wanted turns out to not be the right one for you? You will have to read this book to find out! This book is about the path of redemption, forgiveness, and love between a Roman Catholic priest and a parishioner and it isn't an easy journey for these two. Their journey is gut wrenching and emotional and will capture your heart. I loved this 5 star read and cannot wait to see what these brilliant authors have in store for us next!

Reviewed by Ashley Ziegler

USA TODAY BESTSELLING authors, Terri E. Laine and A.M. Hargrove bring a new full-length standalone, Contemporary Romance novel.

Since I was a boy, my desire was to marry the church. To give my vows and life over to God despite the corruption in my soul.

I am a
sinner, the embodiment of temptation, or so I’ve been told.

Yet, I’ve never touched, never kissed, never sought the company of another until her.

She is my weakness, my salvation, my downfall and my freedom. Our sins are bound tighter than fate.

My name is
Canaan. I am an ordained Roman Catholic priest, forever and always.

Her name is
Haven. She may be my destiny, my destruction.

This is not a love story, but rather a confession of all my sins.
Warning - A Beautiful Sin is a forbidden romance that blurs lines between passion and religious faith. Please be warned, the subject matter may be offensive to some readers.

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