Review: Sin by Emma Hart

 

 

 

Damien fox lived up to his name. Cunning, sly, and dangerous, fifty percent of Vegas’ strip clubs were his.

Whatever he wanted, money, attention, women, he got.

And now he wanted to buy my bar, no matter the cost.

I wanted him to go to hell on a first-class ticket.

He played a dirty game, and I followed his rules. I let him think he would win.

Despite our differences, it was clear to see that we were no more than two broken hearts colliding in the darkness.

Closed off, sexy, and holding a pain that would crush a lesser man, he was the ultimate sin.

One I couldn’t deny myself, even though I knew better than to trust a fox…

(SIN is book one of the Vegas Nights series. Each book in this series is a standalone novel.)

 

Review:

Dahlia has come back after mourning her father to run the bar that used to be his.  What she finds is an extremely sexy and annoying man trying to buy her bar.  Dahlia knew to not trust Damien Fox.  His family was well known in Vegas.  Though she knows she must stay away but she can’t help the attraction she feels for him.  Can these two find common ground other than the bedroom?

I adore Emma Hart.  Dahlia and Damien are electric.  Their back and forths are entertaining and enthralling.  I couldn’t put the book down until I uncovered every secret the two of them had.  Their relationship is exactly one you would think you would find in the town that never sleeps.  As the two of them grow through the story its almost like a flower opening.  Seeing how deep they go is just as fascinating as the story itself.  I can’t wait to see what happens next in this series.  I look forward to seeing more of this electric series.

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