Sunday, December 6, 2015

Sin's Pleasure by LeTeisha Newton

Title: Sin’s Pleasure
Series: Happily Never Happened, 1
Author: LeTeisha Newton
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Genre and Pairing: Paranormal and M/M, M/M/F, M/F/M, and M/F
Page Count: 53 pages
Reviewer Name: Luna
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Publisher Blurb
Fairy Godmothers were the spawn of the devil, and Sin was perfectly happy leaving her broken marriage behind. Marriage to Prince Charming wasn’t all it was cracked up to be. She wanted love on her terms, with a man who didn’t think cheating was foreplay.

Now she's having trouble keeping away from Tobias, her hunk of a bodyguard that protected her when she saw clients as Mistress Sin on Fantasy Avenue. Or staying away from Zuriah, a shifter bent on making them both his mates.

Now she’s stuck trying on that damn glass slipper again, finding passion like she couldn’t believe existed. If she can just keep the Fairy Godmother from trying to muck things up again, and get over her old break-up, she might just find love ever after. 






Review
Sin doesn’t believe in happily ever after. She had hers and it was a nightmare. In Sin’s Pleasure by LeTeisha Newton we get an interesting take on those fairytales we grew up listening to. Prince Charming was not so charming so Sin doesn’t allow anyone close to her heart. But helping a friend has placed Sin in a situation that requires she face her past or lose a chance at love in her future. Zuriah is too alpha for his pack but he doesn’t want to lead. Tobias is human but plenty strong enough to master both Zuriah and Sin. The only problem Sin is too afraid to let go. Will Zuriah and Tobias be able to give Sin the security she needs to let them in? I love this interesting take on fairytales we all know. Ms. Newton posed an interesting question. What if the fairy godmother got it wrong? I loved this new and interesting premise. I enjoyed the interaction between Zuriah, Sin and Tobias. It tickled me that the fully human character was the strongest even as Sin and Zuriah welded their own power. This story was a wonderful quick read and I can’t wait to see what other problems need to be rectified in order to give a real happy ending for characters we know and love.

                               Five Shooting Stars

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Wooah- you sure packed a lot of people into this short story- bravo!

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