Sunday, 6 November 2016

Review: Sin (Devil's Fury #1) by Torrie Robles

****4 Stars****

Well, this book is certainly action packed and I thoroughly enjoyed it.
We start with Savannah. Life has not turned out how she expected it to and when she discovers something that will alter her world, she knows something needs to change.
Sin is held captive by the demons of his past. Not able to move on, he's simply existing. He has the support of his family, his brothers but that all changes when he spots a lonesome figure.
There is plenty going on in this story. You'll be on the edge of your seat and there's more than one character that you'll want to see annihilated. It's dark in places and full of redemption in others but can things end the way Sin needs them to?
The sub-characters are great! There are quite a few that piqued my interest but one in particular who's story I'm dying to get my hands on.
I thoroughly enjoyed this book and I'm sure you will too.

Reviewed by Vivienne Kauffer

A middle child born into Devil’s Fury MC. Sin never felt that he fit into the club. He didn’t see his life as anything other than the son of the president. Wanting a life away from the MC, Sin joined the military after high school, becoming nothing more than a grunt in the Marines. Military life was hard, and war was something he didn’t expect. People called him a hero for defending his country, but he felt more like a coward. A hero wouldn’t have shrapnel scars on their back, proving they were running away from the fight instead of facing it. 

Savannah She was raised by her working class family in the midst of oil country, Texas. Catching the eye of an older man, the son of oil royalty, she thought she found love. But she was wrong. He wanted her on his arm, to make him look good, just as a woman should. Savannah wanted to be heard, her opinion to matter. She wanted to be valued. The first strike of his hand across her face should have been evidence enough that her life wasn’t turning out as she had hoped. Getting smacked around became the norm. Fearing him became her life. 
Sin & Savannah 
Two people broken. 
Two people living a life they didn’t want. 
Two people thrown together 
To keep each other safe; 
One from their past, and one from their own misery. 
Can he rectify a past tragedy? 
Can she be his salvation? 

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