Sins of Seduction | Review

Title: Sins of Seduction
Author: Nicole Banks
Pages: 372 pages
Version: Ebook (ARC)
Release date: 11 February 2022
Rating: ★★★★


Such a pretty little Raven.
The unattainable.
The Goddess amongst men, but they crave her just the same.
They all look to clip her wings – desperate to cage her, not knowing freedom is all she’ll ever seek.
Such a pretty little Raven.
Soaring high in the sky, fleeing from a past that haunts her in the dark.
She’ll never be free of it even when she finds her savor to guide her flight.
She’ll seek salvation in him while she taints his light.
There are demons in the dark eager to taste her flesh,
And they’ll bleed her dry while they burn her world.
It’s such a pretty sight,
Watching a Raven desperate to take flight,
Trying to escape but the darkness she created has plucked out her wings,
Leaving her defenseless and broken.
Such a pretty little Raven,
Your screams will fill the night air,
And when your heart stops beating,
The world will no longer be in despair.

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This book was provided by the author through Wildfire Marketing Solutions in exchange for an honest review. Thank you Nicole Banks and Wildfire Marketing Solutions!

Sins of Seduction is a standalone Romantic Suspense book about Raven and Jax.

I’m a big fan of Romantic Suspense books and when I read the synopsis of Sins of Seduction, I had to read this book! Sins of Seduction is the first book I’ve read by Nicole Banks, so I didn’t really know what to expect. I’m really glad that I picked up this book because this story was so interesting and steamy. Damn! This book takes place in a sex club and talks about sexuality and your sexual preferences. Even though this book is fiction, it was still interesting to see someone’s view on these kinds of topics.

Raven and Jax are our main characters and they’ve been in a relationship a few times and now they want to give it another try. I really liked that this book talked about some real relationship problems when someone has certain sexual preferences and the other doesn’t really understand them. I think this is a struggle for a lot of people, so it was nice to read about it. So, Jax wants to try again and I really think that’s something beautiful! The not so beautiful part of this book is that someone’s after Raven…

I really enjoyed Sins of Seduction. As I mentioned before, I love Romantic Suspense books, and this one was really good. Although I already had an idea of who wanted to hurt Raven, it was still nice to read this book and see why that person was after Raven. I’m really happy that I discovered Sins of Seduction and that I discovered Nicole Banks. I’m really looking forward to checking out her other books.