What everyone is saying about SINNER:
“Sinner was an intensely, suspenseful read that kept my heart racing cover to cover…Trust me when I say that EVERYONE NEEDS to experience this intensely wild ride!” —The Power of Three Readers Blog
“A gripping and emotional read from start to finish!” —Sandra Loves Reading
“Jackie Wang [writes] angst-filled books that rip your heart apart and piece it back together with a slow burn.” —Sassy Southern Book Blog
“Loved the emotional turmoil packed into this intense story” —Book Lovin’ Momma
“…Full of surprises and will definitely keep you on your seat wanting more” —Shakespeare’s Wench Book Blog
Fifteen years ago, Beckett ripped my heart out, then disappeared.
Now he’s on my doorstep, covered in blood, begging for help.
He thinks I’m stupid enough to let him in. But I’ve learned my lesson.
Guilt and secrets follow Beckett, and I’m not getting involved—
Thing is, I can’t just leave him outside during a thunderstorm.
So I let him in, telling myself it’s only to get him cleaned up.
I ask him for some sort of explanation, but he doesn’t have one.
He says he doesn’t remember anything. I. Don’t. Trust. Him.
How was I to know that wiping away his blood would make me an accessory to his nightmare? That this time, his sins were going to destroy us both?
Fifteen years ago, I broke up with the girl I swore I’d marry.
Now I need her help, but I don’t deserve her kindness.
I know if I want to gain her trust, I’ll need to tell her everything.
But first, I need to pick up the pieces of my memories and put them in some kind of order.
I don’t want to hurt her again. I never meant to break her heart. I never meant to involve her in my living nightmare.
But she’s all that I have left.
She’s my final lifeline, and I can’t let her go.
Sinner is a standalone second chance romance/ romantic suspense.
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Hot as sin
This book has so many secrets I didn't see coming, I don't want to give away any of the fun. If you're the type to let out a curse word or 2 when shocked then read this book away from children. Also if you're a crier have some tissues handy, you also might need them when things heat up. ;)
When an ex shows up in the middle of the night it could only be bad news. Even worse he's covered in blood. But this ex is Beckett, the one Terri never expected to see again. And just like old times he won't explain the cuts all over or see a doctor.
Beckett didn't tell her what she should know, and by morning it's to late. He is a sinner, or is he? If he is then is she? The trick is a mouth that lies belongs to a heart that's always been true. One thing is for sure, they did love each other once and it melted my heart.
Oh and he's hot! Beckett knows how to play Terri's body like it's his dream job. Everyone knows you need your job to live, especially when times are tough.
I really loved these characters. Beck and Terri are strong and complex with a good network of secondary characters. (Some of them you will get to know in Jackie Wangs other books.) The family dynamics and feelings are written so deep I could tell the author put real heart into them.
So sinners does have blood but also love.