Midnight Sins Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
His name is Rafer Callahan. He was a kid from the wrong side of the tracks who fought through life the only way he knew how: with his fists. But Rafer never meant to bring any harm to Cambria Flannigan, the girl—the lover—whose sister he’d been unable to save….
Cami lost her sister in the brutal murders that rocked her hometown so many years ago. Some still believe that Rafe and his friends Logan and Crowe were involved. But how could Rafe—who haunted her girlish dreams, then her adult fantasies—be a killer? That is the question that keeps her up at night.
Now a prosperous ranch owner, Rafe is trying to build a new legacy for himself. It’s finally time to settle the score with Cami—and make her his. But old wounds open up with a series of new murders… and each of the victims has a connection to Rafe, Logan, and Crowe. With suspicion, fear, and loyalty tearing her apart, Cami is once again at risk of losing her heart—or her life.
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Cambria (Cami) Flannigan lost her oldest sister in the brutal murders that rocked her town so many years ago, some still believe that Rafer, along with his cousins Logan and Crowe, were involved, but Cami knows Rafer could never do anything so terrible, but her belief is one that brings her more enemies than friends, and places her life on the line.
Rafer along with his two cousins is trying to build a legacy for himself, and he is tired of the fleeting moments he has with Cami every few years, he is ready to make her his, but whilst Cami aches for him, she keeps running from what they have. The heat between Rafer and Cami was clear, and the tension manifested well between them. This book is heavy on sex scenes, and they do singe the pages a little, but at times I did find myself going ok enough, and after the first two or three I skimmed over them.
There are a lot of threads to keep track of but overall it didn’t drive me crazy trying to remember, but I did want some more depth to the plot and character interactions.
Cami’s parents in this for different reasons I wanted to shake, Mark in particular needed to be massively bitten in the ass with karma (the man was a bitter twisted being, a disgrace of a human).
I was disappointed in the abruptness of the ending, but it is clear this book is meant to lead into the next book in the series, which I will probably read at some point.