"A buffet of wicked deliciousness." Long and Short Reviews.
"Ms. Woods has an amazing talent for writing steamy, sexy stories. She keeps the reader at an intriguing pace as her characters transform and grow across the pages." 5 stars from Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews
"Seven Sexy Sins by Serenity Woods is a captivating, sensual story with heart. The characters are flawed, engaging, and lovable, the sex is scorching hot, the friendship is genuine, and the plot will keep you enthralled until the very end. Bravo Ms. Woods! You've hit a home run with Seven Sexy Sins." 5 Ravens and a Recommended Read from Black Raven's Reviews
"Seven Sexy Sins by Serenity Woods is the epitome of perfection in a friends turned lovers novel. With the humor, hot sex, and chocolate a plenty, you will not be able to resist this absolutely delicious story." 5 Hearts from Sizzling Hot Books
"I highly recommend SEVEN SEXY SINS for anyone who loves erotic romance but especially for women looking for ways to spice up their love life." 5 Ribbons from Romance Junkies
"Seven Sexy Sins is a mix of two of my favorite types of romance - friends to lovers and the crush realized. Seven Sexy Sins is one of those books I'll go back to when I want a great, hot story to make me laugh, cry and sigh." 5 Kisses from My Odd Little World
"Seven Sexy Sins is one of the better friends to lovers tales I've read in a while... The sex in this book is incinerating and well-written." B+ and Recommended Read from Dear Author
"I really recommend buying this book. The sex literally pours off the book, the sins are deliciously hot, the chemistry is smoking and the journey they both take leads them to becoming the best people they can be." Love Book Reviews
"This book was so much fun! I like friends-to-lovers themed stories anyway, but where this one worked especially well for me was that time was taken throughout the story to show (as opposed to tell) that this couple were actually friends, with things in common." Kaetrin's Musings
"With a first line like this... "Hey everyone, Faith's got a sex problem she needs to talk about." How could you stop reading? This was the first book I have read by this author and I will definitely be on the look out for her other stuff." The Revolving Bookcase
"Rusty and Faith are two of the most simple yet complicated characters that I have read this year. Sexy, smart, best friends in the end. Honest and Oh. My. Word the things that they are doing to each other. Off the charts, smoking but loving and tender, too." Harlie's Book Blog
"Seven Sexy Sins sucks you into its world and doesn't let go... The plot is simple and easy to read while the magic lies in these two characters coming to care for one another." The Brunette Librarian
"The characters have such depth, you feel like they could be friends of yours. The story can be so emotional, yet it's also incredibly sexy and fun. I think it was well balanced, well written, and well paced all around." My Secret Romance Book Reviews
From the Inside Flap
He shifted in his seat, moving closer to her. "Because I've been waiting for it to happen. Haven't you?"
"No," she whispered.
"Liar." He was inches away from her now. "I've wanted you since you were eighteen." He leaned forward and brushed her temple with his lips. "Actually, longer than that. Only I don't want to sound like a pervert."
"I'm going to kiss you now."
She wanted to refuse but found she couldn't. His arm was along the back of her seat, tanned and muscled, sprinkled with reddish-brown hairs, his bare chest inches from her fingers. Why hadn't she noticed before how tall he was, how broad his shoulders were? "No tongues," she warned him, heart thumping. "Not till the contract's signed."
He chuckled. "Okay."
She let him close the last few inches, wondering if it would feel strange to kiss a guy she'd known almost half her life as a friend.
She closed her eyes. His lips brushed hers. They were warm and dry, and he kissed her languidly. He smelled of chlorine, sunscreen, and hot, scorched skin, and he tasted of Coke and mint. Her heart thundered, and she was hit with the full force of the memory of her eighteenth birthday and how she'd felt when he kissed her in the garden among the lemon trees. But she sat still, reminding herself that this wasn't a big romantic gesture. This was purely business. Like checking the hooves of a horse before you bought it.
She'd thought he was only going to kiss her once, but he continued to plant light, soft kisses on her mouth, very correctly keeping his tongue well out of the way.
What the hell. She opened her mouth and brushed his lips with her tongue.
He lifted his head. "I thought you said--"
"I lied." She slipped a hand into his russet hair, curling her fingers in his ruffled locks.
He laughed, wrapped his arms around her, and pulled her close. If the first kiss had been like the gentle sweep of a wave, the next one crashed over her with all the force of a tsunami. He kissed her deeply, his mouth hot, and he cradled the back of her head with his hand. She caught her breath, finding it difficult to exhale as he pressed her to him and brushed her tongue with his, filling her with a hungry need and an ache between her thighs.