15 de agosto de 2016

#Review Born Sinner by S.L. Jennings

First of all, I wanna say Thank You to the author and her assistant for let me read Born Sinner. I've read some of her books before (contemporary romance books), I loved her writing, so I couldn't refuse the chance to read this one.

Born Sinner is an intense story. I was surprised by a trepidant plot, deep characters and intense emotions. The premise of being walking among demons was appealing, also their fight against the urge for sin. 


Eden is a tortured soul with a dark past, she also has some weird and dangerous abilities. This girl has a sad background. With no family or friends, except for Sister, Eden is one of those persons who could just vanish without nobody to notice it.

L, for the other hand, is a fighter. He was doomed but he has a mission: Destroy the evil from this world. L and Eden were from different worlds, they don't match each other, but they were attracted and that atraction was dangerous.

When the time comes, L must decide between Eden and his mission: Kill one to save millions. But maybe, that decision isn't his to take after all. 

One of the things I liked about this book was the intensity and the surprises. The author built this plot, all the turns, and let us an ending totally unexpected. I loved the characters, their dilemmas and their passions, the way they fight for find their way back home... it was exciting. S.L. is a great storyteller, and her mind has to many new worlds to create. Can't wait for the next installment in this series so, girl... keep writing!


About this book:

Twenty-two years ago, I was cut from a cold, sodden womb, and cradled in the filth and poverty of Chicago’s concrete arms. Statistically, I wasn’t supposed to survive these streets past the age of eighteen.

Fate had a different plan.

I was bred for one purpose and one purpose only: to unleash death and destruction on my world.

My thoughts are power.

My words are weapons.

Evil created me then grace tried to save me. But first… they tried to kill me.
They call themselves the Se7en. They are sin and salvation, and everything we’ve feared from the beginning of time. And their leader is the deadliest of them all. He doesn’t lose. He doesn’t compromise.





And most importantly, he doesn’t distract himself with mortal weakness. Not until me.

Kill one to save a million.

That’s what he told me when he took me as his prisoner.

Kill one to save a million.


That’s what he’s been trying to tell himself ever since he took me into his arms.

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