SiNN by Tina Donahue
Publisher: Ellora’s Cave
Length: Full Length (157 pgs)
Other: BDSM, M/F, M/F/M, Ménage, Anal Play, Spanking, Voyeurism
Rating: 4.5 cherries
Reviewed by Mistletoe
She’s every man’s carnal fantasy…and the target of one’s revenge.
At a gentleman’s club, Lea dances as SiNN, her body bared and vulnerable to her male partner, her features hidden behind a mask. To the men watching, she’s a sensual enigma, submissive and seductive with no face, name or history. Not even Lea knows her real origins. But a man from the past does, and he wants her dead.
Not on the watch of U.S. Marshals Jake Gabriel and Toby Quinn. Commanding and decisive, Jake not only wants Lea’s safety, but to have her naked and yielding beneath him. To Toby, she’s all he should resist but cannot. Protected by them at a secluded estate, Lea’s drawn to their potent masculinity and raw lust. Inviting desire and an emotional connection, she submits to both, surrendering to their shameless hunger along with her own wanton needs.
All while a killer edges closer...
No one knows who the dancer SINN really is, not even herself. So when two men come to the club that Lea dances at she cannot believe their story. U.S. Marshals Jake and Toby have come to protect Lea from her past, a past she never even knew. With their protection comes something else, something none of them expected. Yet they all know it can never last. They only have a short time to experience the love that they have all been denied all their lives.
Not only is this story a hot read but it also pulled on my heartstrings. Lea and both men endeared themselves to me right from the beginning. Just like Lea, I felt the need to make the men forget their past pain and live in the here and now. I loved the strong connection that the three of them made. The sparks ignited from the moment they laid eyes on each other and grew into so much more as the story progressed making this a wonderful read.
Much of the story is about the relationship that builds between Lea, Toby and Jake but the killer stalking Lea is not about to be left behind. He is more than ready to have his story told as well. Cubrero is one nasty piece of work and is proud of it. The author has done a great job of creating such a dark villain which makes you only want to help Leah as much as the men do.
I really enjoyed the progression of the relationship between Lea and the men. The three find a way to make the best of their situation. Both men are strong and dominant and even though Lea enjoys letting them dominate her she never looses herself and her fiery personality. The men share a unique relationship themselves and I loved the playfulness that comes out between them with Lea.
All of the characters are so full of depth and emotion that they are vividly brought to life. The writing was done so well from the first chapter, I was pulled right into their world, not to be let go until the end. SiNN is worth checking out.