Author: Kol Anderson
Publisher: Self Published
Cover Artist: unknown
Rating: 5 of 5 Stars
Samuel “Sin” Taylor doesn’t know the difference between sex and intimacy, but maybe that’s not his fault. He grew up in a world where it was easier to get physical pleasure than to find love. But as a prostitute working the streets, Sin thinks he’s finally found his true calling. After all sex is the one thing he’s good at, right? But when Isaac enters his life through mere coincidence, Sin finds it a relief to be someone other than Sin.
How long can he keep up the charade?
This is Kol Anderson at full throttle! For just the smallest amount of time towards the end I thought maybe it could happen but then in true Kol style it was snatched away. It was such a WTF moment but then I realised it was also a true Kol moment.
We are introduced to Sam when he is thirteen years old where he learns some very harsh lessons very quickly that have a huge impact on who he will become as an adult. That one moment in time, that dropped bag of groceries will change everything for this innocent young boy.
Sam is just so unprepared for the world in so many ways. When he is kicked out of him home he lands a job as a dancer. His dancing persona needs a stage name and SIN is born. When a customer asks him home for the night he has no idea what that means. His romanticised version the next morning is knocked out of him when he is handed an envelope for his ‘services’.
Sin quickly embraces the world of prostitution and realises it is a way to make enough money to fund his ever growing drug habit. He has a couple of regular customers who each demand different things from him and then go onto hurt him very badly but Sin is addicted and cannot walk away.
When he meets Isaac his two personalities collide for the first time. Sam yearns for happiness and wonders whether anyone could actually love him. Sin is distrustful and almost addicted to his way of life.
Almost up until the very end this book will break your heart and keep you guessing…..then WHAM!
I would like to thank the publisher for providing me with the eARC of this title in exchange for my honest opinion.
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