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Sin and the Preacher's Son Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B00JF6TSAS
- Publisher : Duet Publishing (1 April 2014)
- Language : English
- File size : 4913 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 253 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 619,145 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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This is tried and true Bonnie Dee and Summer Devon with just enough fantasy of lords and commoners to be satisfying. The mystery revolving around the stolen and broken items is a good one, keeping the reader guessing, and the carnival owner’s torn loyalties are understandable and heart-wrenching. If there was anything I did not care for, or, rather, puzzled the Hell out of me it was the carnival owner’s names, Grimstone and Lord Darkwell and his Lucifer-like appearance -- was there a point to this?
The characterization of the various carnival people is sublimely archetypal and true. I recommend this book to anyone who had gotten used to De and Devon quality.
That's All I Read http://kitmossreviews.blogspot.com
This also happens to be a M/M love story. Jonah is the son of a fire and brimstone preacher. He knows he is different, but he tries very hard to meet his family's expectations. His father invites another minister to come stay with the family. He is a more experienced man who turn Jonah on to what he really is and teaches him a great deal about physical love. Jonah thinks what they have is love, but when they are discovered, he blames Jonah and his father send him from the house. His cousins had set him up and were laying in wait for him and beat him severely. When he finally comes to, he realizes he has no money and that he is not safe from his family. He hears the music of the show and Rafe takes him on for food and board. Jonah quickly forms an attachment to Rafe, but being a homosexual was against the law in England and could get you dead in America.
The story deals with Rafe's inability to get close to anyone and Jonah trying to adapt and thrive in his new life. He has to put his father's notions of right and wrong aside and build a new life for himself. Rafe has family problems of his own that could separate the lovers before they have time to get it right. The setting was well done, the story moved well and I felt I had made a dent into my serious to-read pile. Great job ladies.