Tuesday, February 12, 2019

Review: Sinner (A Deadly Seven Origins Novella) by Lana Pecherczyk

Sinner: A Deadly Seven Origins Novella


The selfie generation grew up.
And with them, the sin of greed exploded on an astronomical scale. Of course, where one went, the rest were sure to follow. Wrath, sloth, gluttony, pride, envy, lust… all climbed in severity until deadly sin consumed Cardinal City. Violence, murder, and mayhem were only the beginning. To save their city, top scientists created a band of brothers and sisters as deadly as the sins they were destined to fight. But before they were waging a war on crime, they were children born in a lab with no one to look out for them… except a deadly assassin pretending to be a nun and a tortured man running from his past.

Biolum Industries think Sister Mary Margaret is an innocent nun caring for children in their lab, but she has a dark secret: one that could destroy the world, or save it.
Flint Fydler wants the simple things in life, to do his job and to pay off his shameful debt. But no matter how hard he tries to ignore the secret project behind a guarded door at Biolum Industries, and the beautiful and fearless nun who works there, he can’t avoid the inevitable fact he is being lied to.
When Flint’s mission to reveal the truth uncovers more than he bargains for, Mary bribes him to help with her rescue mission. As their quest draws them closer together, Mary has no choice but to reveal her own deadly secret, and Flint must face the undeniable truth: paying his debt may have nothing to do with money, and everything to do with his heart.

If you're obsessed with superhero movies, but want more romance, then The Deadly Seven is for you. Featuring fated mates and a band of brothers and sisters, tortured alpha heroes, kick-ass heroines, vigilante justice and a steamy romance in each book. It's The Black-Dagger Brotherhood meets Batman.


It's an amazing action packed story. I absolutely loved both Mary and Flint and I enjoyed their story. Seriously, I can't wait to read more.

Flint is a geek, he works with technology and can create pretty much everything. Mary is a nun and no one really knows what she does at the research center. Flint is an ordinary guy, just trying to make enough money so that he can right one of his wrongs. Mary is a woman on a mission, trying to save the world. Together, they make one hell of a team.

A very well-written, fast paced story that I enjoyed immensely. I am not even a superhero fan but I am so looking forward to this series. It is bound to be an interesting one. I enjoy the action aspect of the story but romance is the highlight. I really enjoyed the interactions between Flint and Mary. The chemistry between them is off the charts and they are absolutely perfect together.

P.S. I received a complimentary copy of this book.

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