Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Review for Midnight Mass by Sierra Simone

Title:  Midnight Mass
Series:  Priest book II
Author: Sierra Simone
Genre: Erotic Romance
Publish Date:12/17/2015


“We are told that God will punish the wicked. That sinful men will reap what they sow. We are told to scourge our souls with prayer and pain to become clean once again. Well, here I am. Wicked and sinful. Desperate to become clean…even though it feels so good to be dirty. But even I never expected what came next. Even I never expected my punishment to come so soon.”

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Forgive me father for I have sinned... again.
We are back with everyone’s favorite priest, Father Bell.
As you may remember in the previous book Priest, he left the church to be with the woman he loved. Well in this book we are three years into his marriage with his little lamb.  They are experiencing the ups and downs of life, but no matter where they are on the spiral, one thing stays constant, the hot sex. That’s right, marriage didn’t dull the hotness of the Father Bell, the dominant, guilt-ridden and carnal former priest.  Time does to them what time does to us all, it makes us become complacent and comfortable and take things and people for granted when we do so.
After repeated offenses and no atonement the Father finds himself in a situation where he may just lose his little lamb.
Can they reach salvation before it’s too late, will tragedy tear them apart what’s next for our favorite parishioner.

 I gave this book 5 feathers because I love how close they are even though they are so distant in other areas. I love the real life theme that this book deals with (it’s all I can say without giving away too much). This book also got 5 feathers because …well Father Bell is hot a sin, and the sex between them is definitely spank bank material. Be warned ladies you might need a free hand, and its not to pray with  ;).

"But a person is so much more than those big things. A person is a collection of small things, of tiny invisible moments, of thoughts too inconsequential to share, of feelings that are too petty not to hide. Of glorious epiphanies too perfect to taint by speaking them out loud. And the real tragedy is not just that we won’t ever get to know these things about Millie. It’s that we so rarely take the time to know them about each other.”


About The Author
Sierra Simone is a USA Today Bestselling former librarian (who spent too much time reading romance novels at the information desk.) She lives with her husband and family in Kansas City.


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