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Publisher Description

I’m not a good man, and I’ve never pretended to be. I don’t believe in goodness or God or any happy ending that isn’t paid for in advance.

What do I believe in? Money. Sex. Macallan 18. 

They have words for men like me—playboy. Womanizer. Skirt chaser.

My brother used to be a priest, and he only has one word for me.


***Sinner is a standalone companion to Priest about Father Bell's brother Sean.  You do not have to read Priest or Midnight Mass to read Sinner.***

March 15
No Bird Press, LLC
No Bird Press

Customer Reviews

alliecat54 ,

I’ve started praying again?

Maybe it’s the religious trauma of being raised in such a flawed church, but this book actually reconnected me with God? I’m not even lying when I say that I’ve started praying again. How did this book do more for me than any religious counsel I’ve ever received?



Priest and Sinner were both amazing. I’m really liking this author and looking forward to reading more books by her.
Sinner is one of those sexually charged books that never gets boring. It’s also extremely emotional.
What I loved about both of these books was the the fact that it was all from the male perspective.
Oh... and ladies... if your man needs to learn some new tips and tricks, I highly recommend you have read this series or read it together!!

Sweet Red Reader ,

What in the hell am I supposed to do with my life now? I’m ruined...

What in the hell am I supposed to do with my life now? I’m ruined...

I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of the book.

Oh this book! From word one I was hooked, but as I went on (obsessively - I COULD NOT PUT THE BOOK DOWN!!!) I found myself wishing that Sierra Simone was the curator of my thoughts. I need her to be my inner monologue because the way that she expresses thoughts and uses the art of WORDS is absolutely magical. I don't think I've been compelled to update my Goodreads status as many times as I did while reading this book. There were SO MANY incidents where I had to externalize my reactions to the book (the awareness of the importance of a satin pillowcase has never been more meaningful to me). Sean hit me like a ton of bricks with his confidence and swag, but mostly with his willingness to accept his feelings and run with it (and his utterly eloquent fury when someone came at his woman sideways). And Zenny. My favorite book heroine HANDS DOWN. She was so intelligent and aware and vulnerable and bold and just EVERYTHING that I want to be and all the good things that I see in my daughters. Their banter, their interactions, the way that they grew together and changed each other in such a short amount of time was cataclysmically awesome. Once again, in the midst of reading the book, I had to stop to order the paperback because I had to have this book on my shelf. I have to be able to hold it and feel it and absorb it in that oh so visceral way. This will be a book that I reread into perpetuity. Plus I NEEDED to give the author my money. The way Sierra Simone handled racism, white privilege, religion, faith, grief, loss, and so much more was utterly amazing. Sinner gets all of the stars in the known galaxy and those far beyond.

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