Sins of the Flesh

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Kensington Publishing Corporation, Oct 1, 2007 - Fiction - 304 pages
4 Reviews
Dark and delicious, the story of a woman with nothing to lose, who explores a world beyond her wildest dreams--where sexual ecstasy is worth any price. Closing up her small bookstore is the end of a dream for Rachel Marks. But while personal failure is hard enough to handle, making rent is even harder. Before she knows it, Rachel is waitressing at the hottest club in town--and her boss is the mysterious and devastatingly sexy Devon Carnavorn. A descent into decadence and deliriously loud, Mystique is a goth club--in every sense of the word. Sexual frenzy pulses in time with the throbbing music, and before long Rachel's blood runs hot for Devon. He's a masterful, creative lover, wakening her to physical pleasures she never imagined--and desires so dark and dangerous, her heart races every time they touch. But there's a price for each shattering climax, and soon Devon will demand that she pay in full.

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Review: Sins of the Flesh (Kith & Kynn #1)

User Review  - Abby Fick - Goodreads

Little bit 'o fluff. Ok, but nothing special. No need to read book 2. Read full review

Review: Sins of the Flesh (Kith & Kynn #1)

User Review  - Lea - Goodreads

'Rachel Marks', is a woman down on her luck, at 33 years old, her little book store, “The Book Nook”, that she sunk her last dollar into has gone under. As a reader, I felt sad for Rachel immediately ... Read full review

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