Nuala is descended from ancient witch folk, eternally bound to help others find love. But after the death of her husband, she harbors no such dreams for herself. Then she meets Sinjin, the Earl of Donnington, and feels something stir within her for the first time in centuries.Handsome and scandalously tempting, Sinjin has never met a woman he couldn't seduce. Yet from theNuala is descended from ancient witch folk, eternally bound to help others find love. But after the death of her husband, she harbors no such dreams for herself. Then she meets Sinjin, the Earl of Donnington, and feels something stir within her for the first time in centuries.Handsome and scandalously tempting, Sinjin has never met a woman he couldn't seduce. Yet from the moment he sees the stunning young widow, he knows he wants more than just one night of sin—and even the discovery of the dark secret they share won't stop him from trying to possess her forever. But first he must free her from her immortal bondage, which means robbing her of her magic for all time....
|Title||:||Lord of Sin|
|Number of Pages||:||374 Pages|
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Lord of Sin Reviews
When I started this, I didn't realize that there were several previous books in series. I was a little lost in parts when people/events were referenced from previous book(s) but decided to keep reading it anyways. I wasn't too impressed with this book as I felt the plot was rather disjointed and characters weren't compelling at all. All and all, I was pretty glad this was a library book.
The synopsis is somehow different from the whole story. Both characters have issues in the past, which are described in snippets, but most likely included in the previous books in the series. Since this is the first book I've read, I can only understand little.Anyway, my first rant is that there are so many characters that I can't grasp who is whom and so I just stick one face for all the women mentioned. The development of Nuala's feelings to Sinjin is somehow shortened that one moment they are fighting and the next the she falls in love. The final ending is also far-fetched and somehow confusing, and suddenly they are all happy. The sex scenes are hot, the side story about Nuala's friend is good also that I'm also confused who she will end up with. Overall the story is an somehow enjoyable read despite all my rants.
I don't remember the other books in this series being quite so boring as this (I surely wouldn't have continued if that was the case.) The only supernatural is that Nuala is a witch and a ghost makes an appearance. The first half of the book is rather boring with London society parties and meetings of the Widow's Club. The action finally starts in the second half and then it's hard to stop reading as there is so much going on. I did like both Nuala and Sinjin but their antics were mostly just irritating.
I really enjoy her wolf series, and have been a bit disappointed in her Fane series. This one comes after Lord of Legend and picks up 4 years later with Sinjin and Nuala. It's an interesting storyline, but the continued aggressiveness of Sin is a lot irritating. He's seen the magickal and still fights it.
Hmm.. basically 2 stars says it all.I think the main idea of this story was good, but the execution was all wrong. This was my first Krinard book, so if anyone recommends another that I might enjoy better let me know.
so far, i am not really feeling this book. It jumps around tha characters to much and leaves much to be desired.
wasnt great but......yeah it was readable
this story bored me to death.