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by Anna Randol

eBook Sins of a Virgin (Sinners Trio) download ISBN: 0062025791
Author: Anna Randol
Publisher: Avon; Original edition (August 28, 2012)
Language: English
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Rating: 4.5
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the slightest suspicion. His name wasn’t on the list of men who had children at the school. A few of the children are paid for anonymously. Or perhaps he’d met Miss Simm somewhere else. Bourne must have recognized him when I came to question him at the tavern. I led the killer right to my witness.

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Comments: (7)
Wen
It was the title of this book that prompted me to purchase it. I am always looking for new authors and the premise of this book was different enough to keep me interested. Was it one of the best books I've ever read? No but there is romance, spys, a mystery and enough action to make a lazy Sunday to pass easily. I will read the rest of the Sinners' trio because Ms. Randol made me curious enough about the other two damanged sinners to make me want to read on.
Mojind
This was a great read. I haven't read Anna Randol before, but this won't be the last book I read by her. I really liked this one. Reminded me a lot of Lisa Kleypas. I would definitely recommend this book.
Xwnaydan
The relationship develops nicely. The foccus of the story is on the mystery, so the two main characters do not wind up in bed until late in the story.
Agarus
The main characters are together often, for believeable reasons, and the interactions between them are very well written. Great dialogue.
Ceroelyu
With an unsteady pacing and refreshing plot, Anna Randol tells a story of love, murder, secrets and suspense.
You’ll either love or hate the heroine. There’s no way to feel in between, she’s a strong, confident, manipulative and full of wicked intentions.. She’s very good at what she does being a great observer and thinking fast, turning obstacles into advantages. Even the action moment are filled with snarky comments by Madeline!
The hero was a bit obscured by her – how could he not be! – but the couple was well fit. There was a great character development, that I enjoyed a lot.
Gabriel’s mother was such a lovely addition to the cast, I could really relate to her. I would love to see a book where she’s the protagonist and see how her story ends.
Anna Randol wrote some confusing bits in the beginning and set a lot of things to be resolved during the book, by the end it was overwhelming. Overall it was a fun adventure with some nice twist in the middle of the way. I will read more books by this author.
Ionzar
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So this book was... umm... it was...

Actually I'm sitting here, trying to find the words to get this review started and I'm all... wait a minute... what???

See, to me, this book is masquerading as a romance novel. It's got the mask on, it's wearing a full ball gown, it's spinning around with the music going "Look at me aren't I such a pretty romance novel" and then, BAM! that dress comes off and you're left holding a pair of shoes and a pretty mask while murder and mystery unfold in front of you.

Seriously go back and read that blurb from the back cover, I'll wait, go on, read it. Okay, now go look at the cover again. Half naked guy, scantily clad (remember this is a historical romance, she is scantily clad) woman. Right, so if you're like me, you're expecting a basic romance plot. There is nothing that even hints that this book might be more.

Madeline is basically a British Mata Hari. She has worked for the government for the past 10 years stealing secrets and now they have let her go. Taking the tiny amount of payment the government gives her, she strives to make her life better in the only way she knows how. She does play a courtesan, is truly a virgin, and she does auction herself off to the highest bidder. (Look, the back of the book was right!)

Gabriel is sort of a PI, in that he is for hire, but it seems that he's more cop than PI. His sister was murdered years ago and he is still searching for her killer. When another murder happens that is exactly like his sister's, he wants to jump at the chance to run it. His boss, instead, pulls him and sends him to Madeline. She wants him to look into the suitors/bidders to make sure they can pay up at the end. (A girl's gotta have her priorities!) He realizes this is the perfect cover for him to do a little covert work as well. The suspects he has from his sister's murder are also some of the bidders for Madeline.

As their pasts start to come out and they start to realize how much they can help each other, the sexual tension between them rises. In this, the book does follow the tried and true romance plot. That said, as an avid reader of romance novels, this book was not steamy enough for me. I want to fall in love with the characters and feel those pangs of lust with them. I want my romances to cause me to blush when I read them. I just didn't get that with this book. The handful of sex scenes were meh for me. I honestly could have skipped those pages and not missed them at all. If I were to rate this book purely on the romance part I would give it a 2.

Anyway, like I said, I did not see this book as a true romance. The problem was that, for me, all you just read was more of a background to what I really enjoyed, the mystery part of the book. Why was his sister murdered? Why is the murderer back now? How does Madeline's life fold into his investigation? Why is she being targeted now? The more I read, the less I cared about the romance between Madeline and Gabriel. I kept turning the pages because I wanted to get all those questions answered. Seriously, I started the book at 7PM and read until it was finished. I was left guessing who the murderer was till the last few chapters. When you read as much as I do, it is no easy feat to keep me guessing up until then end. I felt that Randol could have easily given this book a different title and cover and it would have attracted a whole different crowd. As a mystery I would easily give it a 4.

Now I'm running into the problem of rating this book on a whole. This book was published as a romance and for me is just didn't fulfill my fantasies of what I want in a romance. That said, I enjoyed this book quite a lot and because of that I'm going to give it a 3.5 for a final rating.

Disclaimers: This book was provided by the publisher in exchange of an honest review.