- File Size: 4474 KB
- Print Length: 142 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: February 23, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07B24ZMB1
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #60,065 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Avery was the town sheriff, all business and Garland was the town veterinarian, looking to get his work done, while he tries to get over the tragic death of his lover. They soon found they had more than one thing in common, and while they work on solving these murders, they took the time to explore just how different they were and yet so similar.
If you love M/M romance and you can imagine it taking place in 1923 in a town in rural East Texas, then you will enjoy this book.
As a lover of both m/m romance and historical fiction, A Little Sin is really right up my alley. Beyond just hitting the key genres that interest me, the book is extremely well written, with just the right amount of detail to help the reader imagine the scene perfectly. The book is romantic, dramatic and sexy, not to mention deep, delving into topics such as prejudice, religion, illness and death. And of course there is the captivating murder mystery! A final plus is that it is historically accurate even down to the character’s attitudes, outlooks and fears, which seem to be very realistic concerns for people living in this time and place. That in itself is a huge thing for me as someone with a history degree.
I really fell for the character Garland. His outlook on life, views and desires captivated me. The mystery aspect kept me on my toes. This book is definitely one of my favorites and when I find myself feeling stressed or down, I fully plan to immerse myself into it once again, and go back to those dark quiet Texas nights where the fireflies are out and love and passion abound.
Many aspects of modern life has still to reach this area. Both men are still haunted by their service in the Great War, and feel guilty about being gay, a sin in the eyes of the religious community they live in. The sheriff realises how his unconscious racism and sexism are hindering his work.
The murder mystery is rather incidental to the romance, and if that had been expanded, I could happily have read another 100 pages, but this novella has a lot to commend it.
I bought this from the Amazon UK website