on March 23rd, 2015
Genres: Contemporary, Crime, Romance
Bleu MacAllister’s fate lies in the hands of the enemy. Complicated circumstances have rendered her helpless to escape their clutches so she must await rescue by her less than lily-white knight. All is right again when she’s back in the arms of the man she loves until long buried secrets are unearthed. With them, Bleu finally discovers her mother’s killer along with far more than she could possibly imagine. Can she find happiness with a husband who will go to any length to keep her safe, even if it means denying her of the one thing she believes she wants most in this world?
This book is the third and final book in The Sin Trilogy and IS NOT a standalone! **This book should be read only after reading A Necessary Sin (book #1) and The Next Sin (book #2). This review may contain spoilers from the first two books in the series- if you haven’t read them yet, proceed with caution!
“We look into one another’s eyes and together speak the words that express the deep intimacy we share. “Into me… you see.“
One Last Sin picks up right from where the last book ended. Bleu has been abducted by one of Sin’s worst enemies and Sin’s been arrested and can’t get to her. I don’t want to give away “secrets” from the book, so I am going to keep this review short.
This book contains just the right amount of drama, suspense, and sex to keep you reading it from front to back. I was happy that the drama wasn’t dragged out and a conclusion came rather quickly. Plus being that this is the final book in the series, the suspenseful and mysterious situations from the first two books finally conclude and Bleu gets the revenge she has been waiting for.
“What I want is for us to fade into each other until we can’t tell where one begins and the other ends.”
The chaotic love story between Sin and Bleu is different than most you will read. Their story isn’t the fairytale type, but it’s clear how strong their feelings are for each other. I love Georgia’s ability to grab my attention right away and hold on to it throughout her books. I have read her Beauty series completely through numerous times and each time I fall deeper in love- so I was excited to see these characters briefly mentioned in One Last Sin! One thing that did bother me is I felt like some of the stories were left hanging and a few questions were left unanswered. What happened with Ellison, Lorna, Westlyn, and even Leith? I wish that everything was wrapped up a little better in the epilogue. But, overall I enjoyed this series and seeing a different side to Georgia’s writing.
Sin and I file on to the bus with the other tourists and choose seats at the back. It’s where we belong. That’s where the bad kids sit.
The bus is warm but the window is still cold. The glass is fogged so I write in the condensation: Bleu loves Sin.
I draw a fat heart around our names.
“That’s a work of art,” Sin says.
I take out my camera and snap several close-ups, making the words the focal point. “That one is definitely going in a frame.”
Sin smiles and leans over to kiss me. “Sin loves Bleu too.”
I peek over the tops of the seats to see if anyone is paying us any attention. Nope. They’re all too busy looking at their brochures.
“You don’t even come close to looking like you belong on this bus surrounded by normal folk.”
Sin laughs. “I’m not so sure you do, either, but what makes me look so different from what you refer to as normal folk?”
“First of all, you’re in a ridiculously expensive tailored suit. That’s a weird thing to wear for a day of sightseeing. Secondly, you have a gun on you. You’d better hope we don’t go through a metal detector at any of our stops.”
I’m wearing leggings and boots with a long tunic, not a suit that probably cost what most of these people earn in two weeks. “You say I don’t look like I fit in, either, but I think I look pretty normal.”
“Your face is flushed and glowing. You look freshly fucked.”