Title: Sinners' Opera
Author: Linda Nightingale
Publisher: Double Dragon Publishing Inc
Publication date: July 13, 2013
Length: 318 pgs
Book Series and number: Book One
Heat Rating: Spicy
I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author) in exchange for a fair and honest review. I rated it 5 out of 5 stars.
Reviewed for For Whom The Books Toll
I was immediately drawn into Sinners' Opera from page one. Linda Nightingale knows how to lead the reader into the world she creates for her characters and story. Her writing style keeps the reader turning the pages, always wanting more and more.
Morgan is very handsome and used to getting what he wants. He has nurtured Isabeau through her childhood and into womanhood. Guiding her to a career that may isolate the gene that causes insanity in DarkeChildren. He loves Isabeau deeply and is determined to re-enter her life and make her his. I think Morgan really does love Isabeau in his own way. Even though he is a bit obsessive about her. I thought he was being selfish a few times, but as I continued to read more, his actions are explained and I understood them.
Isabeau has wondered over the years why her angel, Gabriel left and has never returned. She's working harder than ever at her job and is in a relationship with a man she believes she's in love with, John Payne. Isabeau is an extremely strong women, not in the physical sense but in the mind and soul. Very admirable qualities.
Ms. Nightingale's book is really a love story about two people who have great obstacles to overcome to be together. Sinners' Opera is full of emotion, danger and intrigue. The plot twists and turns in this story are great and just when I thought I had something figured out, nope there's another twist in the plot. There were a few sections that I didn't understand as I read them, when I finished the book the light bulb went off and I said "Aha! That was brilliant." I can't wait to read more about Morgan and Isabeau.