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 Jennifer L. Armentrout
Released: January 30th 2018
Series: de Vincent #1
Published by Avon
““Mystery” and “mayhem” are the best ways to describe this book.”
~ Under the Covers
It’s been a long time since I’ve read a Jennifer L. Armentrout book but I thought I would try out MOONLIGHT SINS. This book is the first in the de Vincent series. It’s Contemporary with a darker twist and has quite an Erotic touch to it.
“Mystery” and “mayhem” are the best ways to describe this book. There are a lot of dark and mysterious things that are happening in this book, the first being Lucien’s father being found dead. Some suspect it’s a suicide while others speculate that something else might be going on. It’s interesting, no doubt, but it wasn’t necessarily a driving force for me. This book definitely reminds me a lot of J.R. Ward’s The Bourbon Kings. They share a ton of similarities, but I do think Armentrout has gone for a more explicit and sexier route.
I honestly have no idea if I will be continuing the series. I guess it will depend on my mood, but I do wish that there was less dramatics and sex and more focus on character development.
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