From New York Times bestselling author Penelope Ward, comes a new forbidden STANDALONE romance.
What happens when the one you want is the only one you can’t have?
It was set in stone. Elle and I were getting married. After years of rebelling against everything good and wholesome, I finally gave in and took up with a nice girl.
After a long-distance relationship, I moved into her family’s guesthouse so we could spend time together in the months before the wedding.
Elle was unlike anyone I'd ever been with. She was so innocent, and I had to respect her choice to wait until after we were married to have sex.
I’d accepted that as my fate--even learned to control my desires.
Until I met her…the one.
That was when restraint became a problem…especially since “the one” wasn’t Elle.
It was her sister, Evangeline.
And I was screwed.
Told in alternating points of view, Sins of Sevin is a full-length standalone novel.
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Sad sad story
Very well written but eternally sad. His name should have been Job. If you read to feel sad emotions this book would s for you. If you read to share characters happiness. Skip this one. It’s a dark book with a sad story from beginning to end.
Can I give this more stars? This is one of the best stories that I've heard. I listened to this one on audio. I have never read anything with so.much.angst. It's a forbidden romance, which are my favorite stories. It's an interesting concept on arranged marriages and religious devotion. Sevin is looking to get out of the clutches of his stepmother when he is presented an opportunity to take over a family business. The catch is that he must court and subsequently marry his daughter Elle. Sevin starts his journey onto his new life when he meets a woman that captivates him. They are two peas in a pod. Then he finds out that she is Elle's sister Evangeline. Just when you think you have a handle on this story, BAM! you are thrown a curveball. I was left completely breathless at the end by this love story.
It's an captivating love story for sure. You just keep reading and hoping for the best . . . Right. . . Like all fans of romantic stories. It not as expected but it's a great Love Story. I appreciate the struggle although I didn't think I would. I don't want to spoil it but I do want to say it's worth reading.