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Priest: A Love Story by [Simone, Sierra]
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"Priest by Sierra Simone was everything I need in a book. Perfect plot, brilliant pace, and unobtrusive eloquent prose. I loved being in his point of view, and recognised a lot of myself in the heroine. I ignored my own deadlines to read and not only enjoyed a story about love in an aspect of life that I'm not a member of, but I was inspired and energized by the gift Sierra has. Five 'I love Bell' Stars." --New York Times, Wall Street, USA Today Bestselling author Pepper Winters
  
"Theology meets kinkery. I couldn't put this book down. Simone weaves a story of love and faith." --USA Today Bestselling Author Corinne Michaels

"Hot as sin. If you want a book that will heat up your nights and ignite your dirty mind, then fall into the forbidden with Priest."  --Lauren Blakely, NYT Bestselling Author of Sweet Sinful Nights

"PRIEST takes TABOO to a WHOLE new level...If you're like me and crave books that push boundaries and sink into the dark crevices of your perverse and depraved minds, this is a must click!" --Rock Stars of Romance

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  • File Size: 4096 KB
  • Print Length: 354 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: June 29, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00WHGBTHI
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #37,571 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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By DiDi - Guilty Pleasures BR TOP 1000 REVIEWER on July 1, 2015
Format: Kindle Edition
I read books that are considered “taboo” and enjoy them so when I saw the buzz about this book I was excited to read it. I am sorry to report this one was a letdown and didn’t work for me. I thought the first few pages were fantastic but after that, things sort of went off track and never really came all the way back on. The ending was much better than I anticipated but it was too late for me to be on board with everything else that happened in between.

Father Bell has been a priest for 3 years after an incident where his sister died. I never really bought into the reasoning for him becoming a priest nor did I buy into the fact that he was a priest. I felt he was a good man but nothing about him was priestly. I kept waiting for something to come up that would connect me and make me feel for him but it never happened. Poppy is an ex-stripper, still works for the club but in an accounting capacity. She wants to atone for her past sins and shows up to confession at Father Bell’s church. She’s not Catholic, which felt a little odd, but I did buy into the fact she was curious and wanted something more out of her life. However, there was even less of a connection with her that remained throughout the story.

The first time they are together sexually early (very early) on in the book, because of the lack of connection it felt extremely forced. In fact, most of everything they did felt contrived. All I kept thinking was no priest would do this, say this, feel this way, and I’m not talking about the dirty talk or the fact that he was so awesome in bed. Everything he felt for her seemed to come from lust and I wanted more, something deeper than that. I guess I was looking for more of an internal struggle but it never happened.
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"Several months ago, I broke my vow of celibacy on the altar of my own church, and God help me, I would do it again. I am a priest and this is my confession."

Well, when that is what you read on the first page, who in their right mind would put this book down?!? Holy hotness...quite literally! After reading this book, I think that the word 'scorching' is too tame to describe the scenes in Priest! It was forbidden and I wanted to be Tyler's fruit, his "Little Lamb," his Eve, his very own deity.

Yes, this is a story about a Priest and his struggle with temptation, but I think it is more so about a normal 29 year old man who is truly trying to find himself and dig out of the grief that has been plaguing him for the last ten years. From the very beginning, this book reads like an erotic romance, which almost immediately diverts your thoughts from the religious aspect. The fact that we are reading every single one of the Priest's dirty and depraved thoughts about a woman made it very easy to picture them in a different setting (although, I have to say the background of a church was so sinfully delicious to me that I craved more). I'm sure that not everyone will agree with my opinion, but that is one huge reason why this book was H.O.T. HOT!!!

My only complaint, per se, would be the constant flip flopping with the H throughout the book. Even though I understood the reasoning, I wanted to see him make a definitive choice and stick with it. He was being pulled in so many different directions, but I just wish he would have stuck with one. However, that being said, we were granted with an HEA and one that I was pleased with, although it did seem a bit rushed.
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What happens when love and lust become stronger than the vows you took to serve your God and your church? Priest.

A tragedy that occurs and the behaviors that follow lead Father Bell to seek comfort and purpose in his relationship with God.

What he did not count on is Poppy Danforth stepping into his confessional. The relationship that follows is insanely hot and erotic as a man of God struggles with the feelings he knows he shouldn't have but ultimately can't control.

The story is well written and thought provoking. I loved it start to finish and have a new appreciation for holy oil.

One of my favorite reads of 2015!
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I read a lot of erotic romance. Taboo subjects are my favorite. Add to which, I'm an ex-Catholic. That would make this novel a shoe-in for me, right? Not so much.

If you're deciding whether or not this book is for you, please read all the negative reviews for the consistent message:
Incongruent character behavior
No storyline or plot
No love connection at all, only lust
Unrealistic dialogue & situations

By 48% of the book, I sincerely hated the female protagonist for being utterly manipulative. By 71%, I started to dislike the male protagonist for being weak, indecisive, and plain stupid. At 76%, I figured out how to return a book for a full refund because the priest was in a strip club and I felt the story had gone so far into the unbelievable that I couldn't bear to finish it. It was a shame, because it started out so well. The build up to sex was delicious, and parts of the first sex scene were hot. The rest were just flat. I actually skimmed some of those parts.

There were some other issues with the writing. An excessive use of parentheses, timeline issues, missing words, and the misuse of words. It is these things that will prevent me from purchasing other titles from this author.
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