People say Tomas Mendoza is dangerous.
But he saved my life.
I owe him, and all I have to repay the ruthless crime boss…is me. I tell myself it’s not pity that burns in his eyes when I dance for him, that my walls are so high he can’t see how broken I am inside.
Now danger stalks me again, and Tomas swoops in, only this time he shows me a different side of himself. Fierce protectiveness. Raw hunger. A tenderness that could sear through the barriers I raised to safeguard my heart and soul.
My past taught me not to trust. But this glorious sinner might be the one man I need to learn to love again.
Glorious Sinner is a 44,000 word novella and is book 4.5 in the Lawless Kings series. Each of these sexy, gritty contemporary romances can be enjoyed as a standalone.
Other books in the series:
Book 1: Shattered King
Book 2: Broken Rebel
Book 3: Beautiful Killer
Book 4: Ruthless Protector
Book 4.5: Glorious Sinner
Book 5: Merciless King
Love the entire series
So glad you included Thomas x Steph’s story. This book and Hunter x Lulu were my favs in this series but the entire series was better than good. (Yes, i have read all)
This author is a amazing writer the story line in all her books kept in so interested and wanting to read more. I’ve read her books over and over it’s keeps you intrigued.
I'm so happy Sherilee Gray did a novella on Tomas. He was such an intriguing side character in the Lawless Kings books. I'm a bit partial to the bad boy and I love to see what type of woman it takes for them to fall in love.
I'm actually a bit surprised with Stephanie. She is an abused wife with a lot of emotional baggage. Her husband abused her physically and mentally. It wasn't what I was expecting for Tomas and yet I loved how it showed a different side to his character where she was involved.
I liked the connection they had from years earlier and how these two ended up coming back to each other. I especially love how the author brought the girls from all the other books together in each and every new book. I like the friendships they formed and I never get tired of seeing past main characters after their HEA.