Review for Born Sinner by S.L. Jennings



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Twenty-two years ago, I was cut from a cold, sodden womb, and cradled in the filth and poverty of Chicago’s concrete arms. Statistically, I wasn’t supposed to survive these streets past the age of eighteen. 
Fate had a different plan.
I was bred for one purpose and one purpose only: to unleash death and destruction on my world. 
My thoughts are power. 
My words are weapons. 
Evil created me then grace tried to save me. But first… they tried to kill me. 
They call themselves the Se7en. They are sin and salvation, and everything we’ve feared from the beginning of time. And their leader is the deadliest of them all. 
He doesn’t lose. 
He doesn’t compromise. 
And most importantly, he doesn’t distract himself with mortal weakness.
Not until me. 
Kill one to save a million. 
That’s what he told me when he took me as his prisoner. 
Kill one to save a million.
That’s what he’s been trying to tell himself ever since he took me into his arms.

My Review

S.L. Jennings' "Born Sinner" is the first tale in the Se7en Sinners series and it's related to the Dark Light series as well (but I haven't read those *yet*). It does have a cliffhanger ending, but to me that doesn't take away from how amazing the book is. I love the characters and the mythology. If you like J.R. Ward's Fallen Angels series, you'll love this. L is so broody and sexy! This is a new series that I will be recommending to all my friends who read PNR. 

5 out of 5 stars

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S.L. Jennings is a proud military wife to her high school sweetheart, a mom of 3 rowdy boys, and a New York Times and USA Today Bestselling author of contemporary and paranormal romance. When she’s not obsessing over book boyfriends, you can find her hanging out with a few epic fictional loves at independent bookstores, or sipping a Bloody Mary at her favorite brunch haunt in Spokane, Washington. She’s a self-proclaimed food snob, makeup junkie and lover of all things shiny, sparkly and kitschy. 

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