Friday, February 19, 2016

Review: Sinister by Katheryn Kiden




Publication Date: 12/21/2015

Series: Sinners & Saints #3
Rating:  5 Stars

Official Blurb:

For years I've been nice-- letting you all believe you could safely go about your happy little lives--but that all changes now. 

I'm finally free to do as I please, and freedom never felt so good. But it is the holiday season, after all, and that puts me in a… giving mood. My newfound 
freedom is making me feel a bit festive so I do hope you enjoy unwrapping the presents I left for you. 

This year Santa's not the only thing coming back to town, and I plan on making sure it's going to be a killer Christmas. 
~Santa's Little Helper 

**18+ only. Contains scenes of extreme graphic and sexual nature. This is not a typical Christmas story. Must be read in order with the series; Sinner, Saint, then Sinister. Enjoy. 



Ho-Ho-Holy Shit!

Sinister is the absolute game changer story to this series.  After day three of next to no sleep, I stepped back into the Sinners and Saints world.  While I expected a slightly twisted version of a Christmas tale, I was welcomed with yet another plot twist and even more questions about who is killing these broads.   Even with a forensic degree, I found myself stumbling through the who-dun-it flow chart of this series before I ripped down every single thought I had and started all over again. I nearly built a suspect chart in my office to see if I could figure out who in the hell is the murderer and that right there says how well this story is written.  I honestly don’t know if my mind can even take more of Kiden’s brilliant plot lines and twists.  While the first two twists in Sinner and Saint had be stunned, Sinister’s twist left me nearly for dead.  It’s been over a week since I finished this book and it has constantly been at the back of my mind.  Ms. Kiden, I need the book NOW!!!!



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