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Shadow of Sin

Shadow of Sin Erin Flannery came from one of the trashiest most notorious families in three counties Through hard work and sheer grit she s made herself a success going from selling cookies on the street to owni

  • Title: Shadow of Sin
  • Author: Jami Alden
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 260
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Erin Flannery came from one of the trashiest, most notorious families in three counties Through hard work and sheer grit, she s made herself a success, going from selling cookies on the street to owning her own successful restaurant But she hasn t turned her back on her family So when her sister finds herself in the crosshairs of a deadly killer, Erin will risk her ownErin Flannery came from one of the trashiest, most notorious families in three counties Through hard work and sheer grit, she s made herself a success, going from selling cookies on the street to owning her own successful restaurant But she hasn t turned her back on her family So when her sister finds herself in the crosshairs of a deadly killer, Erin will risk her own life to protect her With nowhere else to turn, Erin is forced to rely on Sheriff CJ Kovacs Once upon a time, she fell under the spell of his easy grin and brown eyes, only to have her heart broken when she realized that he, too, saw her as just another trashy Flannery girl CJ has always regretted the way his clumsy words hurt Erin and ruined the fragile bond they were building Though he s been irresistibly drawn to her all these years, she s just as hostile and beautiful as ever When Erin s drive to protect her sister puts her in grave danger, CJ will do whatever it takes to keep her safe regardless of how she feels about him And maybe he ll finally convince her that he s no longer the callus teenager who crushed her heart, but a man who deserves a second chance.

    • Shadow of Sin by Jami Alden
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      Published :2019-03-06T21:12:17+00:00

    About "Jami Alden"

    1. Jami Alden

      Like so many romance readers, my first romance novel was by Kathleen Woodiwiss The Flame and the Flower, to be exact I was thirteen I spent the next month working my way through her entire back list Shortly thereafter I discovered Judith McNaught, Johanna Lindsey, Karen Robards, Catherine Coulter, Shirlee Busbee among others, and devoured their lavish historical epics full of overbearing alpha males and the women who brought them to their knees I was hooked My high school teachers marveled at my ability to read romance novels under the desk and still score straight A s I started to imagine myself, living in a cabin in the mountains somewhere, writing romance novels It took me quite awhile to pursue my dream After graduating from Stanford with a degree in English Literature, I worked in a variety of soul sucking admin jobs before I began my career in marketing It wasn t exactly my dream job, but at least my writing appeared on several web sites and in many software marketing brochures Unfortunately I wasn t able to fit the phrase and her loins melted like hot wax into any of them.During my stint as the world s surliest receptionist, I took my first stab at writing The result was a very melodramatic western historical which reads like a bad Elizabeth Lowell rip off Its currently languishing on my hard drive, forever stuck on page 330 Then in fall 2001 I had an incredible stroke of luck and got laid off from my marketing job I decided it was time to stop saying I wanted to be a writer and to actually give it a serious go Fortunately my husband, a socially well adjusted alpha male, is a very generous patron of the arts Four years later, I sold my first book and I m pretty much living the dream of getting paid to write romance I don t live in a cabin in the mountains, but I do live in a rural ish town near San Francisco hey, we have deer and bunnies in our yard, along with the occasional coyote with my husband, sons, and two dogs who patiently listen to my dialogue and help me work out plot points When I m not writing sexy romance, I enjoy running, reading, yoga and watching Food Network and bad reality TV.

    472 Comments

    1. While plagued with some TSTL behavior, some convoluted plotting and more than a little predictability, Shadow of Sin turned out to be a surprisingly enjoyable read for me. Erin Flannery had a long, slow, hard crawl to the top. Her family had a bad reputation. The best of them were known as thieves, liars and drunks and well, the worst of them were criminals with long rap sheets to prove it. With some help from a kindly restaurant owner named Mary, who gave her a chance, Erin has been able to avo [...]


    2. It pains me to give this book a low rating. I love JA and have followed her since she became published. Her RS is my favorite. This book was full of typos, confusing speak and nonsensical story twists.I am assuming that Alicia and Reece are up next, since their story was unfinished, and of course I will buy it, but I sincerely hope it is better than this one.



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