I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review.
This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
by Zoe Archer
Released: April 2, 2013
Series: The Hellraisers #3
Published by Zebra
“Sinner’s Heart is the last of the Hellraisers series and Ms. Archer did a fine job closing off the series.” ~Under The Covers Book Blog
I have been following this series from the start and I have to say that this story was my most anticipated story out of all the Hellraisers. Bram is the play boy of this group and his pastime activities intrigued me. Ms. Archer delivered a hot hero of this time, no doubt about that. In addition, I knew this was going to be the last of the series and I was curious as to how the Hellreaisers will finally get their peace.
After the Hellraisers sold their souls to the Devil, Bram has been on a mission. The power he received was the power of manipulation and he used it to bed everyone in town married or not. It was his just a sport him or so I thought, but it was his way to survive his past. You finally get to see the real Bram here and he is definitely a man with a past and his sport was his way to forget it all. Livia on the other hand is as transparent as can be, literally. She has been roaming the earth as a ghost. Though it has been obvious who she is, her past was never revealed in the previous books. Turns out that she also has an interesting past but the bottom line is she had set her mind to help the Hellraisers take back their souls. I was wondering how Ms. Archer was going to make it happen for Bram and Livia and after reading this book; I thought she did a great job with it. With Livia’s past as a priestess, it was believable of how she came to be corporeal again.
Sinner’s Heart is the last of the Hellraisers series and Ms. Archer did a fine job closing off the series. Unfortunately, there were a few parts that just fell flat for me. Where the previous books where fast pace and nonstop action this seemed a bit slow. When the finale came, it just didn’t reach the anticipation I was used to from the previous books, IMO. Bram and Livia’s story is okay, it’s not as good as I expected but I enjoyed it nonetheless.
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