The Wages of Sin
Publish date: January 9th 2006
Pages no: 244
Edition language: English
Series: Cin Craven (#1)
That was really fun. I don't know how else to describe it. The romance took a little bit of a back seat to the drama, which I was really okay with. Jenna Maclaine wrote some pretty awesome action scenes. I picked this up because somebody said it was Buffy-esque and I totally see where they are comin...
3.5 StarsBook one in the Cin Craven series brings a great mix of historical, paranormal, and romance. Jenna MacLaine has a knack for stirring things up and creating a fun easy read.MacLaine introduces you to the characters, Cin and the evil vamp right along with a tragedy. What a way to start a book...
Dulcinea Craven is a proper English lady until her parents are killed and her ex-suitor, Sebastian decides to chew on her neck. Then all hell breaks loose and she invites the Righteous into her home. The Righteous are a band of warrior vampires who enforce the rules of the vampire counsel. Devlin...
I really liked this book. I loved Cin and the sacrifice she made to save the people she loved. Get past the slow start and it gets much better!
Dulcie is the daughter of a viscount and a witch. One night her family leaves for a party and they never return. While Dulcie (Cin) is in morning an old family friend has come to call on her, in part because he loves her but mostly because she has powers his master can use. In a fight to save hersel...
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