The Society of Sinners [NOOK Book]

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The Society of Sinners is a Paranormal Romance 80,039 words in length introducing the new town of Jackson Station. This book is broken up into five parts covering many different creatures. Vampires, werewolves, changeling, and one warrior of God are just a few.
Part 1- Brandon O’Donnell is a vampire that is able to control minds and bend them to his will. Working as a stripper, Brandon possesses more than his fair share of ego, but when his neighbor Stacy spots him biting the ...

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Overview

The Society of Sinners is a Paranormal Romance 80,039 words in length introducing the new town of Jackson Station. This book is broken up into five parts covering many different creatures. Vampires, werewolves, changeling, and one warrior of God are just a few.
Part 1- Brandon O’Donnell is a vampire that is able to control minds and bend them to his will. Working as a stripper, Brandon possesses more than his fair share of ego, but when his neighbor Stacy spots him biting the pizza deliveryman, he is shocked to learn there is one mind that he cannot control.

Part 2- Jazz Anderson is God’s most favored Warrior sent to earth in order to protect mortals from evil. He has never felt a single human emotion. That is until he meets Cherish Tyrone. Cherish is living in Jackson Station and working one of the few jobs that will accommodate her nocturnal state since being turned against her will. Their attraction is undeniable, but the secrets they both keep threaten to tear them apart.

Part 3- Werewolf Gabe Woodsman moves to Jackson Station hoping to find a life of peace after years of working for the society. Taylor Powell is a lifelong resident of Jackson Station whose biggest dream is marrying a man with good health insurance. A chance encounter in the woods leaves them both with more than they ever bargained for.

Part 4- Dominic Nikitin is a tracker, The Society version of a police detective. Dominic’s ability to hear the thoughts and feel the emotions of others is invaluable in his profession, but is a curse that keeps him apart from the world. There has only been one person to bring silence to his life with her ability of glamour, Dominic’s wife Mika. Years earlier, The Society tore Dominic and Mika apart, but now they will have to come together once more in an attempt to save her life.

Part 5- Dimitri Ninotchka has spent the past twenty-five years working for Safe Haven, a group committed to keeping America safe against terrorist and now the time has come for his retirement. As a changeling, Dimitri possesses the ability to transform into anything he chooses, but for once, he wants only to be himself. Jackson Station is home to only a few hundred residents and offers sanctuary to all creatures, but that is not why Dimitri has chosen it. The town has one thing he cannot resist, Annabelle Woodsman. Annabelle is Gabe’s daughter making her off limits to Dimitri, since Gabe once saved his life, but their love is too powerful to resist. With Annabelle’s life on the line, his debt repaid, and a meddling mother that will stop at nothing to assure her daughter's happiness, it is only a matter of time before the pair finds their happily ever after.

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Editorial Reviews

Tracy Jones
"A Sexy Supernatural Thrill!"
Mallory Marie
Well-written, cogent, hot, and humourous
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940044768956
  • Publisher: Charity Parkerson
  • Publication date: 8/10/2011
  • Series: Sinners , #1
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,204,124
  • File size: 318 KB

Meet the Author

Charity Parkerson is an award winning and multi-published author with Ellora's Cave Publishing, Midnight Books, and Punk & Sissy Publications. Born with no filter from her brain to her mouth, she decided to take this odd quirk and insert it in her characters.*2013 Readers' Favorite Award winner*ARRA Finalist for Favorite Paranormal Romance*Five-time winner of The Mistress of the Darkpath*Named one of the top 10 best books by an Indie author in 2011- Paranormal Reads Reviews*Best Paranormal Romance of 2012- Paranormal Reads Reviews*Quoted in the Sydney Morning Herald as an authority on Independent Publishing.**Connect with her online:Website: charityparkerson.comFacebook: facebook.com/authorCharityParkersonfacebook.com/TheMenofSinTwitter: twitter.com/CharityParkerso
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  • Posted February 9, 2014

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    It¿s been awhile since I¿ve read a book with vampires. I don¿t a

    It’s been awhile since I’ve read a book with vampires. I don’t always find much exciting about the genre, but Parkerson was able to write the mythology of these vampires, werewolves, and other creatures in an interesting way.

    I liked the idea behind how the creatures came to be, and how/why The Society of Sinners itself was set up. It adds a better depth to the story than just having all these characters with abilities and leaving it simply as that. This also helped in the development of the characters and their histories.

    I also found it interesting that the novel was split into 5 separate, but connected, stories. At the heart of it, these are 5 stories about the pairing off of various characters, as well as way to introduce bits of the ongoing plot for the next stories to build on. This worked well, though I found that it allowed some events to become predictable, as the stories had obvious similarities with the romance. But all in all, the first four stories were great and built up a nice story. I didn’t feel the same way about the 5th story though. It takes place about 25 years after the others (which occurred in a much shorter time frame, all together). This alone sets it apart from the rest of the book. It also doesn’t really build off of the rest of the book directly; it’s a side story in a way. Though, I can see how it’s possible that the conflict could lead to the next book in the series, I felt this was a self-contained, unrelated occurrence.

    Looking back at the characters, I do feel that they were developed nicely, even if there was too much insta-romance for me. It still fit in with the idea of fate/destiny/a bigger picture that is a factor in their world.

    Now that the characters have been set up, their relationships established, and some hints at a bigger conflict thrown at me, I’m anxious to see where the other books of the series take the story. It was nice to read a novel from this author, while in the past I’ve really only read short stories.

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  • Posted September 12, 2013

    After reading The Society of Sinners by Charity Parkerson, all I

    After reading The Society of Sinners by Charity Parkerson, all I can say is "I am moving to Jackson Station." This book encompasses decades of loss, love, and commitment. Add in tons of paranormal suspense and HOTT romantic scenes, and I want one. This book welcomed me in the prologue, grabbed hold, and pulled me through. It was amazing, and so much fun to read, as is everything that I have read by Charity Parkerson.

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