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Saint City Sinners (Dante Valentine, Book 4) Kindle Edition

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Lilith Saintcrow lives in Vancouver, Washington, with her two children and assorted other strays. She has been writing since she was nine years old. Find her on the web at www.lilithsaintcrow.com.

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  • File Size: 848 KB
  • Print Length: 404 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0316021431
  • Publisher: Orbit; 1 edition (November 1, 2007)
  • Publication Date: November 1, 2007
  • Sold by: Hachette Book Group
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B000VM9ZEY
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #261,995 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Lilith Saintcrow lives in Vancouver, Washington, with her two children and assorted other strays. She has been writing since she was nine years old. Find her on the web at www.lilithsaintcrow.com.

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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By C. Gardner on May 4, 2008
Format: Mass Market Paperback Verified Purchase
The "I love him but I can't trust him" has gotten pretty old by this book in the series, with not enough new to justify buying the book or its successors.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Jessica S. on November 2, 2007
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Saint City Sinners rocked! Dante and the gang return to her home city to help Gabe with a case that hit close to home that ends up leaving Dante shattered for it doesn't stop with the one death. People very close to Dante die.

Things between her and Japh don't get any better either, even though he fought the devil to save her. For Dante is set on protecting Eve from Japh and he is trying to bring her back to hell. He also continues to leave Dante in the dark about important things. Like the mysterious treasure and its Key.

Everything goes straight to hell after that, for one night Dante wakes up and finds him gone, she continues to work on Gabe's case and tries to put Japh out of mind. But then things get really bad, a sedayeen and a shaman need protecting for Eddie had been working a cure for a horrid drug that many people wanted for themselves or to destroy it. Dante is up to her neck in problems and hellhounds, then Eve comes to her and asks her to join her in her rebellion against Lucifer.

Everything leads up to the cliff hanger ending where Dante makes several decisions that include the murderer, Japh and much much more. This was a helluva good read! Sorry if the review is not explict about the plot, a lot happened and I don't want to give away any of the good stuff.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Elaine McCarthy on September 18, 2008
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I liked this series at first, but it's sounding more and more like the overwrought self-examination and self-justification of the Laurel Hamilton books. Can we spell P.A.D.D.I.N.G.? I found about a third of the way through that I simply wasn't interested in finishing, because it was clear that nothing was ever going to HAPPEN.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Zerlina on May 18, 2008
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I loved the first two books in the series. So much so that as soon as I could I ran out and bought all the rest of the books in the series. I read the third and found myself not only bored and annoyed by her whining, complaining and general 7year old behavior I was appalled by the blatant way that the men in the book just suddenly took to disregarding her. Now to be fair it could be because she was so immature about everything.

It took me a while before I could bring myself to pick up book number 4 and god not only have I put it aside several times in favor of other things but still I hate to leave any book unfinished and tried yet again.

I am disturbed by the way she cringes from the Japh's every move afraid that once again he's going to hurt her. Its way too battered wife syndrome for my taste. What started as a great series has turned into a whine fest with domestic violence thrown in for the heck of it.

Wish i could give it no stars but it wont let me rate that low. heck i'd give negative stars if i could.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By FFMOM VINE VOICE on November 5, 2007
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Saint City Sinners begins where Devil's Right Hand ended. Dante, Japh, Lucas and Leander have landed in Egypt. Dante receives a message from her old friend from Saint City, Gabe. Gabe needs her help and needs Dante to come to Saint City. Dante must put her deal with the devil on hold and rush to her friend's aid. Since she is going to be helping Gabe, she begs Japh to not pursue Eve. Eve requested Dante's help in the previous book, and Dante feels obligated to help her since she is Doreen's daughter and possibly her own. Japh says he will not be on the losing side and he knows Eve will lose in her battle with The Prince. Dante and Japh are somewhat on the outs with each other throughout this book. It had lots of action but it did not really begin to rock until half way through the book. The first half of the book was the setup. It was a little slow going, but very much needed. I enjoyed this book immensely. It is a continuation and I am looking forward to the last book to see how it ends. It will have to be a heck of a book to tie up all the loose ends. We find out a little more of what Dante is, and what she means to Japh, but once again, she always inserts her independence and refuses to let Japh dictate to her and she does act like a spoiled child, literally. You will recognize the scene when you read it. I wanted to slap her. However, that is just a good indication of how wonderful this series is.
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7 of 10 people found the following review helpful By M. Chapman on October 17, 2007
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Saint City Sinenrs starts off where the last book left off with Dante and Japh on a hover to Egypt to meet up with the remainder of their crew. While Dante and Japh's relationship is rather tenuous, both are making an effort to "give" a bit. While there, Dante receives a message from long time friend Gabe to come back to Saint City ASAP.
When she and her retinue arrive, Dante is shocked to see how many changes there have been since she left. She soon learns that Eddie has been murdered, and Gabe requests Dante's help her avenge his death. She finds out that Gabe never mentioned in all the time that Dante was gone that she and Eddie had gotten married, and had a child. Dante is hurt that Gabe never mentioned it, and goes through a lot of turmoil trying to figure out where to go and how to accomplish her goals. Add onto that the constant conflicts with Japh, who she cant seem to decide if he's good news or bad. After that the bodies start piling up, and Dante is in for a whole lot more terrible news. Everyone and their brothers are out looking to get a hold of Valentine, and she wants to know WHY. With Mob, Demon, and Merc attacks galore, Dante is in for one helluva ride.
This book was by far the best one yet. Saintcrow has FINALLY stopped mentioning the "black molecule drip nailpoilish" every other page, and the action is non-stop. Japh and Dante both do some pretty despicable things in this book, and Dante finally gets a few answers to some questions she's been having. The relationship between the two is at a breaking point, and I'm not sure if thats a good or bad thing yet. I really like Japh's character, but after everything that happens, Im not sure if thats gonna last. Dante and Japh both make some very hard choices in this book.
It is well worth the read.
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