The Sinner by Emma Scott is now live!! + My Review

The Sinner by Emma Scott is now live!

Shy, introverted Lucy Dennings lives a quiet little life in New York City, working for a nonprofit and keeping to herself. Every afternoon, she goes home to her empty apartment and Edgar, her houseplant, and every night, she loses herself in the pages of her beloved romance novels. Her lonely heart seeks solace in tales of passionate, enduring, all-consuming love, but more and more, Lucy feels she’s not just reading for pleasure but searching for a lost piece of herself in the pages. As if she once touched something beautiful but it’s been ripped away.

Until one day Lucy discovers a dead body in the alley behind her apartment. Even if it’s too late, her first instinct is to help.

Her second is to run.

Because the dead body isn’t so very dead, and suddenly, her little world isn’t so little but one in which dreams feel like memories, “inner demons” actually lurk in dark alleys, and a beautiful creature of darkness with amber eyes and wings like night might hold the key to what her heart has been aching for…if she doesn’t fall down the path of eternal damnation first.

From USA Today and Wall Street Journal bestselling author, Emma Scott, comes an emotional paranormal love story of passion, sacrifice, and the soul-deep love of a lifetime…more than one

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Gawds! I love paranormal/fantasy/supernatural romances and this one is out of this world. Speaking of world, this one the author created is spectacular. So many creatures including the main attraction, demons. Vile demons, beautiful demons, all scary and powerful. The first I’ve read from the outstanding author and it has all of her trademark elements. A beautifully emotional love, a dreamy hero and a lovely heroine. Casziel is magnificent in every version. Human, demon and everything in between. His love for Lucy is true romance. Lucy is a meek little thing as the story begins but her emergence as a fierce heroine left me awestruck. True soulmates with a forever love. There was a little bit of a dip for me at one point but for the most part the story moved along at a good pace with a building romance, a tortured past revealed, a heinous villain and a fight for love. There are so many interesting elements to this otherworld that I loved. The fight between good and evil was ever present and the demons doing their evilest to destroy humankind and disrupt love. The scenes in the demon pub Idle Hands were fantastic along with all creatures within. The story built to a swoon worthy ending and a couple of heartfelt epilogues. The last epilogue was a little strange. Could be a setup for things to come. I’m so glad another book is coming with Cas’ second in command, Ambri featured. He was such an intriguing character as a dreamy Englishman that moved up fast in Cas’ demon army. I love anything by this wonderful author and this offering is excellent. A must read!


Meet Emma

Emma Scott is a USA Today and Wall St. Journal bestselling author whose books have been translated in five languages and featured in Buzzfeed, Huffington Post, New York Daily News and USA Today’s Happy Ever After. She writes emotional, character-driven romances in which art and love intertwine to heal, and in which love always wins. If you enjoy emotionally-charged stories that rip your heart out and put it back together again, with diverse characters and kind-hearted heroes, you will enjoy her novels. Visit


Someday, Someday (M/M standalone)

A Five-Minute Life (standalone)

Bring Down the Stars (Beautiful Hearts #1)

Long Live the Beautiful Hearts (Beautiful Hearts #2)

“At Santa Cruz Central High, we called them the misfits, the outcasts, the weirdos. But most of us knew them as the Lost Boys.”

The Girl in the Love Song (Lost Boys #1) :

When You Come Back To Me (Lost Boys #2) :

The Last Piece of his Heart (Lost Boys #3) :

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