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Sinjin Paperback – 23 November 2009
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- Publisher : Aphrodisia (23 November 2009)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 352 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0758238150
- ISBN-13 : 978-0758238153
- Dimensions : 14.43 x 1.88 x 20.88 cm
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Taken from the back cover -
The Rayborne brothers (Sinjin, Victor & Rory) are notorious throughout London for two things: their astounding good looks and their wild sexual ways. But when they receive an ultimatum to wed or risk losing their inheritance, their search for brides takes them on a journey of carnal pleasure like none they've experienced before....
Please note that this novel is sexually erotic rather than historic.
For those who like to read about everything Georgian/Regency, don't bother - for those who like to read about sexual exploits, then its a very good read.
After I finished reading this book, I was still trying to work out in which period this took place.
In summary, a well written book (a bit Americanised) with sex scenes, mostly m/f and once m/f/m.
My mistake was not looking at the publisher: Aphrodisia (Erotic Romance)
A good storyline & still worth a read - 3 stars.
Julia Templeton pens stories that resonate in women who want a lot of erotica in their romance. While Sinjin is a raunchy tale about three over-sexed brothers, the focus is on the eldest Rayborne brother and the woman who turns him from a womanizer to a one-woman man. How do you take three men seriously who make a job out of seducing women? Watch them fall in love. Through the haze of sex, a very romantic and exciting story emerges. When the intensity that Sinjin previously poured into seducing many women is focused solely on Kaitlyn, a passion like no other is born. Her innocence is no match for Sinjin. Sinjin is liberally laced with hot sex both from Sinjin and Katelyn, and the surrounding characters as well, but a tender love story unfolds around it. Katelyn's aunt Lillith, who deserves to find love and happiness and her sister Marilyn, who is just discovering her sexuality, are intricate parts of the story as are Sinjin's brothers, Victor and Rory. Sinjin is the beginning of what promises to be a sizzling series.
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Neither is the case here. Yes, there's sex...lots of it, but each scene is pretty much a repeat of the one before, and before and before...it gets really boring after a while.
On top of that, the characters are given so little development. They instantly engage in some pretty hot and heavy action a few pages after their initial introduction. I never once got a sense of deep love because they couldn't be in a room alone together without instantly ripping eachother's clothes off.
I'm probably not going to read the other two books due to the fact that I just didn't care about these characters.
I love Kresley Cole because she can write characters that I can fall in love with along their journey...oh yeah and she writes some pretty hot sex, too.