Payment for Sin
By Lexy Timms
- Release Date: 2019-09-22
- Genre: Contemporary
Payment for Sin Lexy Timms Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars
SIN will take you farther than you want to go, keep you longer than you want to stay, and cost you more than you want to pay.
Malcom "Mack O'Rourke is the son of Ian O'Rourke, one of the most notorious crime bosses in New York City. His reputation for being just as bad as his father is something he has accepted.
When his father makes a deal that confiscates the only daughter of a man who owes him a great deal of money, Mack knows it isn't going to end well for the pretty Ivy Clearwater. She's defiant and reckless and his—a gift from his father.
Mack doesn't need the complication of a woman in his life and steers clear of her until one night he can't help himself. Passion clouds his mind and he nearly gets them both killed. When his father finds out, he threatens to get rid of Ivy.
Book 1 – Payment for Sin
Book 2 – Atonement Within
Book 3 – Declaration of Love
Note: The author would like the reader to know that this is book 1 in a 3-book series.
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Payment for Sin
By Lexy Timms fan
I enjoyed reading the book. I hate that you have to buy the next book to see what happens. I prefer stand alone’s.
Terrible premise to begin with
Waste of time
It was starting ok and then the supposedly the alpha guy is getting beaten by his father at the age of 30! I mean I understand when authors throw some kind of issue the main character suffers from like night mares and all but beating by his own father? It’s just pathetic and unoriginal and kinda boring to read, so I didn’t finish
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