Title: Saint and the Sinner (Wilde Love #4)
Author: Sam Burns
Publisher: Self Published
Release Date: November 9th 2017
Genre(s): Contemporary Romance
Page Count: 219 pages
Reviewed by: Belen
Heat Level: 3 flames out of 5
Rating: 4.5 stars out of 5
On the same night that Alex finds himself disowned and sleeping on his best friend’s couch, he meets Liam, who saves him from being mugged. It’s a strange time to start a relationship, but everything about Liam feels right. When it becomes apparent that Liam isn’t the prince charming he seems to be, Alex has to deal with some hard truths about not just his new boyfriend, but his own history as well.
Liam is just trying to do his job, but everything keeps getting in the way. First he gets assigned to watch some stranger, then somehow, he finds himself dating the guy. Even if it doesn’t offend the boss, Liam knows the wrong thing to do when he does it. He finds himself wondering, though: is his job really the most important thing in his life, or can he walk away from it all for a brand new relationship?
I just love this series!
Owen has been in love with his brother’s best friend, Mickey, since Owen was 13. They have a nine year age difference, Mickey’s had the same girlfriend for over a decade, and Mickey is Owen’s mob boss dad’s right hand guy. So, they have some obstacles.
If you’ve been reading the series from the beginning, we already knew Mickey and his girlfriend broke up weeks ago, but Owen doesn’t find out until the beginning of Saint and the Sinner. The two share a passionate night which solidifies two things: even though they care deeply about one another and have amazing chemistry, with Mickey being a part of the Irish mob, and Owen wanting no part of it, the struggle is in whether you can accept everything about the person you love.
Mickey and Owen have such terrific chemistry, I’m so happy they end up as a couple and work through the issues standing in the way of them being together.
Dual POV, low angst romance, with a happy ending.