Tuesday, 3 May 2016

Review - The Wrath of Sin by Tabatha Vargo and Melissa Andrea

Title: The Wrath of Sin 
Series: Mortal Sin #1 
Author: Tabatha Vargo and Melissa Andrea 
Release Date: April 25, 2016

I'm not a murderer, but fury will make you do irrational things. I need my vengeance, therefore she must die. But revenge is bittersweet when desire overpowers your reason. She threatens everything. I don’t want to feel human again, and that’s how she makes me feel.
She calls me SIN, and she will feel my WRATH.

Pleasure. Passion. Lust.
Those were all foreign to me. I needed something more. But when I met him, I got more than I bargained for. I’m sick with desire for my keeper. He’s a mystery—an enigma. His agony is evident in every painful touch. I want to rescue him, but I must save myself first.
I call him SIN, and he’s the epitome of LUST.

Wow!! This story grabbed me right from the beginning and it refused to let me go until the end, wishing…no, hoping that Jacksin would get the closure and happiness he so deserved. 

Oh, that Sinful Sin—he's a hard-headed a$ and stubborn like heck! He knows he's right and he'll do whatever he has to, to prove it. Little did Sin and Emily realize, their feelings would take root and refuse to let go until they both gave in. 

This was an emotional read, which had me on pins and needles, rooting for Jacksin to find peace and redemption, and for Emily to find the happiness she's been chasing, even if it's with someone like Sin. 

It flowed beautifully and had my undivided attention—so much so that when I got to the end, I was sad seeing their journey end....**Sigh** 
~ Review by Kara

Wrath of Sin is totally sinful, in a dark and demented way… 

I have to say Tabatha Vargo and Melissa Andrea are solid writers who are guaranteed to entertain. This was a fast read for me because once I started, I couldn’t put it down. There were so many things going on. Jacksin isn’t sure which way is up, or how to get out of the bottle in his hands. Emily is striving to live a not-so-boring life. What happens when these two individuals collide is something I never could have expected. 

There were so many directions this book could have gone. They could have delved into the deep, dark, mental health issues of what happens after loss. That’s a rabbit hole that spirals to depths we can’t even imagine unless we’ve experienced it. But yet somehow, they helped a reader find the light in this. I’m not sure how or when it exactly happened. I did recognize the process for what it was, but it was just So. Much. More. 

Sin. Sexy. Dark. Dangerous. Demented. Sad. Angry. —All words I’d use to quickly describe the characters, feelings and emotions of this book in an overall way. Then, there’s the light. Just one small sliver that makes its way out. That’s what we all live for. The slivers of light that bring us hope. 
~ Review by Heather

Tabatha Vargo is a sweet tea sippin', front porch sittin' kind of girl from South Carolina. She loves old, historical anything, wind chimes, and all things romantic. She is the mother of a 10 y/o Ninja Turtle, Minecraft loving princess and the wife of her very own sexy, alpha male.

When she isn't writing, she's texting book ideas to herself.

New York Times & USA Today Bestselling author, Melissa Andrea.

I find it hard to sum up my life in a paragraph, but I'll try.

Reading has always been a passion for me, and writing as instinctive as breathing. Every inhale is an idea; every exhale a creation. Flutter will be my debut release, and I couldn't be more excited about it! The only thing I do better than writing you ask? Making beautiful girls. My daughter's will always be my greatest accomplishment. 

I was born in Denver, Colorado -but I will always think of sunny Arizona as my home. I don't have a big family, but I'm close with my sister, brother & my mom. My mom is my hero, my inspiration, and I couldn't have asked for a more amazing person to be raised by.

4 things you should know about me: I'm very girly, but I can get down and dirty with the best of them. I adore the color pink, I love things that sparkle (including vampires) and I like even numbers (hence 4 things about me, not 5)

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