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Sin's Flower (A Sin Pointe Novel) (Volume 2) Paperback – December 3, 2014
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I loved Jaxon in the first book but this brought him to a whole new level. Jaxon and Lily’s love affair is just that its much more focused on love than on sex. I enjoyed that since you almost expected his story to revolve around sex. With that being said they did have some very steamy sex scenes that had my nook almost at melting point. The story itself was emotional and touching. The two of them both have haunted pasts and that really made their love seem more genuine. It wasn’t painted as if they were just filling an emotional need but they were really building something. I think the one thing I do wish I had more closure on what Lily’s past. We see bits of it coming back but in the end I expected something to happen but it just kind of vanished from the story. Maybe this will be brought up again in a future novel but I would say that was the only little bit of a loose end. I am extremely excited that Ben’s story is next. I love him and think he deserves a wonderful story. I can’t wait to get my hands on that. Overall, Carlene Love Flores produced yet another awesome story that I enjoyed. I would suggest that readers read these books sequentially. There was a lot of information in the first book that pops up in the second. So, if you’re looking for a romance story with a rock star instead of a rock star with a love story then you need to pick up this series!
***This book was provided by the author for an unbiased review***
I love Jaxon's character and being able to look beyond his rock star, cool exterior and see the soft spots for his daughter, his family and his friends. I would have like to have seen though, more character development of Lily.
Overall, I really enjoyed this story and I genuinely felt a connection with the characters. I recommend reading Sidewalk Flower prior to Sin's Flower but they both can be read without the other.