Thursday, September 13, 2012

Review: Seven Sexy Sins by Serenity Woods

                                                           Seven Sexy Sins
                                                           Serenity Woods
                                                           August 7, 2012
                                                    Samhain Publishing, Ltd
                                                         318 pages , e-book
The road to passion is paved with guilty pleasures.

Faith Hillman is in a bit of a pickle. She’s been commissioned to write a series of magazine articles on spicing up your love life. She’s got the theme—the “Seven Sexy Sins”—but there’s one major problem. She hasn’t experienced any of them.

Ever since Faith’s older brother gave Rusty Thorne a black eye for kissing her on her eighteenth birthday, he’s kept his distance, waiting for the right time to make his move. This is it. She needs a research partner? He’s the man for the job.

When sex-on-legs Rusty offers his services, Faith is all over it—with one caveat. The notorious heartbreaker must sign a confidentiality contract. Just to keep him safe from her brother’s wrath, of course…and her heart off Rusty’s long list of conquests.

As they work their wicked way through the list, the implications of the contract hit Rusty as hard as the handcuffs binding his wrists to the bed. It isn’t just Faith’s touch that rocks his world. It’s the way his heart likes it that blows his defenses out of the water. And makes him wonder, when the contract ends, if he can bear to let her go.

   I enjoyed this read. I was looking for something fun and sexy, as I had just finished reading a few emotional and full of angst YA books, and this book meet the criteria. I thought the premise of the book, well the magazine article was fun. The seven sins with a sexy twist on them, as how you can relate them into your relationship. Heck, I would probably read the article if it were in a magazine I picked up. The story was fun and fast. Heck with a first line like this...  "Hey everyone, Faith's got a sex problem she needs to talk about."  How could you stop reading. All the characters in the story were fun and you could tell they had all been friends for a while and all people you would want to hang out with. This was the first book I have read by this author and I will definitely be on the look out for her other stuff. 

Seven Sexy Sins:        4/5   stars
Cover:                       4/5 stars
Audience Rating:   R (some very descriptive sexy sins)



  1. thanks for the great review! I've had this book on my wishlist ;)

  2. I think the title says it all. Sometimes a 'lighter' read is called for. Thank you for your review.