Author: Violetta Rand
Published: May 12th 2015
Source: Copy given by author for honest review
Genre: Adult Contemporary
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Sin proves that passion goes beyond smoldering desire when hearts dance to their own special beat.
Every woman at the Devil’s Den strip club has a story to tell, and Macey Taylor is no exception. Smart and self-reliant, she’s got a chip on her shoulder, a broken heart, and no patience for a sexy new manager with an Ivy League pedigree and a strict set of rules. Macey prefers to break rules, something she lets Joshua Camden know from the start—even as he ignites a fire in her that goes beyond the hottest club in town.
Joshua is working the Devil’s Den for all it’s worth, learning everything he can about the adult-entertainment game before investing in a place of his own. Macey is a surprise: a woman as strong-willed as she is gorgeous. Joshua wants to get inside her world, to see through her eyes. But he soon discovers that seduction is a two-way street—and expecting redemption without risking his heart may be the greatest sin of all.
I've seen other books in the Devil's Den series around, but didn't pick any of them up even though I was intrigued. When I finally got one of them, I was swept away in a hot romance that hits all the right spots.
Macey was perfection as a heroine. She isn't some weakling or pushover, she's strong and knows what she wants. When Joshua comes into the picture, it's only a matter of time before the two of them fall together. They can't get enough of each other. While they fulfill their desires, there are others trying to pull them away. Both of them are determined not to let anyone get between them, but sometimes certain things happen that mess up the best of intentions. Are each of them strong enough to seek out the truth?
Sin is a super sexy thrill ride of a novel. The steam and romance held me all the way to the end. My only issue is the conflict--it was so obvious to me what really happened but the characters were too headstrong and immediately assumed the worst. Other than that little thing, I thought the story was great and I'd like to read the rest by Violetta Rand.