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❥ ARC REVIEW ❥ THERE ARE NO SAINTS BY SOPHIE LARK

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'Synopsis'
I loathe Alastor Shaw.

The city of San Francisco thinks we’re rival artists.

In truth, we’re predators battling for hunting ground.

We never chased the same prey. Until the night we both laid eyes on Mara Eldritch.

Shaw wants to use her as a pawn in his twisted game.

I’m fixated on her for a different reason…

She makes me feel things I never thought I could feel. Want things I never wanted.

Only she can make me lose control.

I don’t know if I should protect her at all costs… or destroy her before she ruins me.

Mara knows I’m no saint. But she has no idea she’s dancing with the devil…
'My Review'
πŸ“š THERE ARE NO SAINTS πŸ“š
 Is the first full length book in the 'Sinners' duet by new to me author 'Sophie Lark. Spoken in 'Dual perspectives.' Cole Blackwell & Mara Eldritch

Admittedly this took me a while to get into but once Mara came into the story is when it all came alive for me and from that point onwards I was hooked and loved everything the author threw at me.

Mara lives in an old victorian house with others of similar hobbies, works three jobs to support herself whilst immersing herself in her true passion, art. She wears threadbare clothing and could be mistaken for a homeless person but with striking elfin like features.

Cole has never struggled a day in his life, everyone knows who he is, everyone wants to buy his work, he's an influential artist with the face of an angel. But delve deeper into his character and his hands are literally covered in blood. He most despises Alastor Shaw, a rival artist, another predator who takes without remorse, leaving dead bodies in his wake, until he sets his sights on Mara.

Cole is beyond intrigued by Mara which baffles him, nothing can make him feel anything other than Mara. Their journey had their ups and downs keeping me on my toes, Cole draws you in effortlessly, you want to know what makes him tick, you want to read every little dark morsel you can about him, and Mara was the perfect heroine to stand beside him, more backbone than I first gave her credit for, she's likeable and easy to connect with. I can't wait to see how the author wraps up their story in the next book.

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