SINFUL by Scarlet Blackwell
Sinful by Scarlett Blackwell
Sin Row, sequel
Total e Bound
Reviewed by Lisa
Corrupt cop Blake Astor and his rent boy lover Io Spencer ditch their lives on Sin Row when a murder charge is leveled at Io for his pimp’s death. On the run, post apocalyptic Canada seems no better that the U.S. after they sneak across the border, but they’ve got to stop and figure out what to do next.
Neither man has any passing interest in falling in love. In fact, they don’t recognize or understand the feeling, yet the thought of going their separate ways is unbearable. When reality comes knocking however, it’s time to decide how far Blake will go or how low Io will go to stay together.
Burning up the sheets with scorching hot loving Blake and Io set out to prove that Sinful is a wickedly steamy tale. Loads of erotic encounters are interspersed with deep seated psychological issues that can’t and won’t be easily fixed for either man. Wounded souls attempt to find their own brand of happiness in the highly provocative and unapologetic Sinful.