Thursday, June 20, 2013

Review It's a Sin by Elizabeth Woodham

"It's A Sin"
It's a SinAuthor: Elizabeth Woodham
Genre: Erotic Romance
Source: Author for review.
Published: June 14, 2013
Author's Website

Buy Links: Amazon

Goodreads Blurb:
Owen Shaunessy, Anna Carmichael, their friends and foes, whether intentionally or by accident, have transgressed and committed sin. Is redemption possible, or have the sins of lust, gluttony, envy, wrath, sloth, greed and pride taken them beyond virtue?

Seven Deadly Sins, each visited in this novella of approximately 36,000 words, intended for an adult audience, unsuitable for readers under the age of 18.

My Review:
I was SO looking forward to this book! I started the Sin series some time back. I never got to finish it though. So glad it did not happen. To read it as a whole was truly an emotional and erotic experience. I’ve read quite a few of Elizabeth’s works. I LOVE her voice! Her writing style, stories, characters and plots are like none other out there. A definite must read for any fans of the genre.

Anna is a young woman just beginning to get her feet wet in the world. She’s not experienced much in life and still resides with her parents. The day one of her parents high school mates come to their home for a visit. Anna’s entire world shifts, changes. She’s fallen, deep.

Owen is what I like to call a sort of a player. He loves the ladies, loves sex and LOVES to climax. He’s never thought of a serious relationship. Well, not exactly never, not since his high school days. But when he meets Anna, his world tilts. Literally shifts on axis. He’s captivated by her. She becomes the only thing he can think about. So much so that he does not desire any other. But can her really have her for himself?

I love the story of Anna and Owen. There are a few bumps. But all relationships have them and one worth keeping takes a bit of work and A LOT of communication. To me the relationship between Owen and Anna…So very worth it :)

Overall Rating 

 Sex Rating of 3 Dragon Flames

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