Priest

A Love Story

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Publisher Description

There are many rules a priest can't break. A priest cannot marry. A priest cannot abandon his flock. A priest cannot forsake his God.


I've always been good at following rules.  Until she came. 


My name is Tyler Anselm Bell. I'm twenty-nine years old. Six 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.

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2015
June 25
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
354
Pages
PUBLISHER
Sierra Simone
SELLER
No Bird Press
SIZE
1.5
MB

Customer Reviews

Toni FGMAMTC ,

not what i expected

I assumed this book would be super taboo, full of sex and just register as good overall to be soon forgotten on my reading list. Yes, it does have super hot sex, some of the best described scenes that I've ever read. And yes, some of it is very taboo, namely the places of the sex encounters. But— I loved the overall story and the man.

I really liked that even though it is an erotic fantasy type of story it isn't dumbed down. Both the male and female leads are smart and relatable. They have actual conversation and thoughts about life issues (it isn't all about the nookie). He really cares about the church. Tyler is a good guy. He does do wrong by his office, but it isn't in blatant disregard. I don't think any other woman would have been an issue for him. There is an undeniable connection between these two. Another aspect that I like is that even though he has alpha and derogatory 'bedroom' ways, he really knows how to please a woman realistically, and he is a total women's rights advocate in all other aspects of life. Even though he desires things to go a certain way, he would never push someone to decide in his favor. He's a man who loves a certain woman and wants to have dirty, dirty sex with her. At the same time, he loves God, and he feels led to serve others, to bless them with service, as I've heard said in church. He fills every moment helping the community in some way until his encounter with her.

For me there was a message that sometimes life is going to lead you in a different direction that the one you had planned. The song line 'sometimes I thank God for unanswered prayers' comes to mind. Occasionally, you have to find a new path and go do what's right for you even if you don't know if there will be a reward at the end. This story has elements of forgiveness, accepting mercy and letting go of hurt. Also, it definitely has flaming sex (as in you will need to allow yourself some 'me time' while reading).

Chinecheremm ,

Just wrong

It was just wrong on all levels. The author was forcing the sacrilege too much. Some of the abominable things the priest did were just so unnecessary. It was so hard to read and I’m not even religious.

0bella08 ,

nice but…

It started really well but i was very turned off by the various use of sacrilege in the book. he used many sacred items to incorporate in his dirty activities with Poppy and would justify it with the most ridiculous things to make it seem as if she was being ‘reborn’ or this was ‘holy’. F*ck off.

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