#1, Trails of Sin
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I try to forget her.
Growing up together, Conor and I shared all our firsts.
First love, first kiss, first…
Not all our firsts.
We were sixteen the night she was violently assaulted while I helplessly watched.
I'll never forget the sounds of her suffering.
Or my inconsolable agony when she left Oklahoma.
Years later, she returns to honor our teenage pact.
Except the boy she loved is gone, replaced by a ruthless cattle rancher knotted with secrets.
She doesn't know my dark cravings or the trails of sin that lead to her.
I don't deserve her, but one truth remains.
TRAILS OF SIN series (HEAs with no cliffhangers - must be read in order):
Knotted #1 - Jake and Conor
Buckled #2 - Jarret and Maybe
Booted #3 - Lorne and Raina
Dark and gritty, with all the feelings. I read it from page one to the very end and I'd read it all over again. Not for the faint of heart. There are some triggers in this book. I can't wait to read book 2 and 3
This is an amazing story. I absolutely loved the storyline and I loved the characters. This author always has amazing storylines. The only thing lacking in my opinion is there isn’t enough depth to the story and to the characters to make me love the characters more. What I did read, I did love the characters but I just wanted more to them. More dialogue, more situations happening that would make me love them even more and really make me attached to them. That’s why I gave this a 4 star.
The title fits the book ok, I had an issue with accuracy of some of the material in the book. I understand it’s fiction but accuracy counts for a lot if you want me to believe what you write. The sexual assault needs to be written as I do not believe any women especially a teenager would be walking around 3 days after the type of assault that took place in this book. The PTSD part could have at least had a specialist involved come on the way Jake got her through the past was a little far fetched even for fiction. Overall a good story.