I can’t have Elijah Iverson.
I can’t have him because he’s my older brother’s best friend. I can’t have him because I broke his heart five years ago; because he’s now engaged to someone else—someone kind and dependable who deserves his whiskey eyes, his soft mouth, his fierce intellect.
I can’t have Elijah because I’ve chosen God instead.
The Bell brothers, though . . . well, we don't exactly have the greatest track record with vows. But I’m determined to do this monk thing right—to pledge myself to a cloistered life and spend the rest of my years in chastity and prayer. But now Elijah’s here. He’s here and he’s coming with me on my European monastery road trip, and between the whispered confessions and the stolen kisses and the moments bent over an ancient altar, my vows are feeling flimsier by the day.
And vows or not, I know in my heart that it would take more than a good and holy monk to resist Elijah Iverson right now. It would take a saint.
And we all know that I’m no saint.
(This is the third full-length standalone in the Priest Collection, featuring Father Bell's brother, Aiden Bell. You do not have to read Priest or Sinner to read Saint.)
Love Sierra Simone
I enjoyed this latest addition to the Bell Brothers saga. I have to admit though that my favorite part was when Tyler popped by and it was over too soon! More Tyler please, and maybe a whole Bell Bros story with all of our fave naughty boys at once! The heart can only hope!
Elightening and sexy
I simply couldn’t put it down. I really loved the way it tied passionate love in with religion so you can see how similar and electrifying that love can be. Really fun book to read. Really nice for my brain.
I can’t put into words how much I enjoyed this series. There are very few authors that move me like Sierra Simone. She has a way of writing that makes me feel every moment of the characters in her books and then left to want more. This book did not disappoint. I very rarely write reviews but with this author I want to express that if you read her books you will never be the same. She is what every author should strive to be.