One Last Sin (The Sin Trilogy: Book III)

One Last Sin (The Sin Trilogy: Book III)

by Georgia Cates


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ISBN-13: 9781508518990
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 03/30/2015
Series: Georgia Cates's Sin Series , #3
Pages: 228
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.50(d)

About the Author

Georgia Cates is the New York Times, USA Today, and Wall Street Journal Best-Selling Author. She resides in rural Mississippi with her wonderful husband, Jeff, and their two beautiful daughters. She spent fourteen years as a labor and delivery nurse before she decided to pursue her dream of becoming an author and hasn't looked back yet.

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One Last Sin 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
Sandy-thereadingcafe More than 1 year ago
3.75 stars---ONE LAST SIN is the third and final installment in Georgia Cates’s adult, contemporary The Sin Trilogy erotic romance series focusing on former FBI Special Agent Bleu MacAllister (now Bleu Breckenridge), and heir to the Scottish Fellowship Crime syndicate Sinclair Breckenridge. As Bleu continues her search for the person responsible for her mother’s murder, Sinclair takes official control of the crime family he was born to lead. Once again, because this is a trilogy, the books should be read in order. The first two installments end on a cliff hanger. NOTE: If you have not read the previous installments, there may be some spoilers in my review. Told from alternating first person points of view (Bleu and Sin) the focus of the storyline follows Sinclair Breckenridge as he searches for his missing wife. As two warring Scottish mob families fight for control, a pregnant Bleu Breckenridge becomes a pawn; imprisoned by The Order while her husband struggles to free himself from jail. Upon Bleu’s rescue, Sin will assert his power and leadership, letting The Order know who is in control. Unbeknownst to Bleu, her younger sister arrives for a long term visit-the sister who is completely oblivious to Bleu’s original plan and her connections to the Scottish mob. As Blue and Sin tread lightly around Bleu’s sister, the ‘family’ makes preparations for an upcoming war. The relationship between Bleu and Sin continues to be loving and protective. The Order has decried revenge for the death of their heir, and has set their sights on destroying the Scottish Fellowship Crime syndicate by targeting Bleu and Sin. Sin’s uncle Abram continues his plans to destroy Bleu and places his nephew in a position from which there is no return. Someone will die; and a family will mourn. All of the supporting characters return from the previous installments wherein a number of secondary storylines play out to resolution while one in particular has yet to be resolved. Sin’s former best friend Leith destroys any hope for a happily ever after with the woman that he loves breaking Lorna’s heart and spirit in the process- I suspect a spin off series is on the horizon. There is also a slight cross over connection between Georgia Cates’s BEAUTY series with a reference to the fictional country band Southern Ophelia. There is one issue I would like to address from ONE LAST SIN and the Sin Trilogy as a whole. A majority of the storyline action and focus from Sinclair’s POV including mob business, revenge, betrayal, violence and retribution takes place ‘behind the scenes’. The reader is excluded and never privy to many details - and in this I felt left out; forgotten; and overlooked. I had a similar issue with the author’s BEAUTY series wherein some of the troubles surfacing for Jack McLaughlin never completely came to the reader’s attention. I understand the romantic focus is on the leading couple, but much of what transpired in the background directly affected the storyline premise and it is the small details that add color and excitement. Most of the violence and graphic imagery is implied and left to the reader’s imagination. ONE LAST SIN is an entertaining and engaging story; The Sin Trilogy will captivate and delight with its’ charismatic leading hero and the woman that he loves. There are moments of betrayal and revenge; heartbreak and pain; drama and passion wherein family is not always about blood but about the people who love you at the end of the day.
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JackiesBookWorld More than 1 year ago
After reading the previous two books in the trilogy, I couldn't wait to read what happened next with Bleu and Sinclair. From the moment they met, they were immediately attracted to each other, and not knowing what each had planned, they both embarked into an adventure that would ultimately change their lives forever. Bleu's goal had been to avenge her mother from the very beginning, but things rapidly changed the minute she met Sin, and ever since then she has been doubting herself as she struggles to find a way to be at peace. She couldn't kill Sin's father, and now after discovering that he may not have been the one that actually murdered her mother, Bleu has been questioning everything she knew about The Fellowship. Her love for Sin has grown and so is their relationship. Now as they get closer to finding the truth, she needs to decide whether killing her mother's killer will actually avenger her mother at all. I thoroughly enjoyed reading the SIN trilogy, One Last Sin has lots of twists and turns that will definitely keep you guessing until the very end. Throughout the story we get to see the character's grow and make difficult decision to keep each other safe. Bleu's life has changed for the better, she is happy with Sin, but she believes that by killing her mother's killer it will somehow make things so much better for her. On the other hand, Sin has been haunted with the promise that he made to Bleu's father before dying and he is willing to do whatever it takes to keep Bleu safe. There are a lot of things that the characters get to find out in this book that will put their relationship to the test. I especially loved the ending, it's sweet and it fits well with the story. Overall, not only is the story very well-written, but it's also full of surprises. I would highly recommend it if you like these types of books, and if you don't, then this trilogy will definitely make you want to read the books until the very end. :) ***A copy of this book was provided in exchange for an honest review.***
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
OMG these books are so good you won't be able to put them down. Wish that the next one would be about her sister and Jaime
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved all three books
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
All 3 books are incredibly captivating. I loved all 3.
ckwlofton More than 1 year ago
Loved this final book of the trilogy. Sin and Bleu are such a great couple. This book was packed full of action, suspense, hotness, love and answers. We finally get the answers to who killed Bleu's mother and what a twist it was. I loved this series and wish the author would consider writing more books with some of the other characters like Bleu's sister and Jamie. Great series by a great author.
LoriC5 More than 1 year ago
I love this series so hard! I don’t know how to say goodbye to it. But, if it must end, what a great conclusion. The Last Sin is every single bit as fantastic as the first two books in the series. So far, Georgia Cates has never steered me wrong. I adore her books! This cannot be read as a standalone, so the review contains spoiler for the first two books. After leaving me on an insane cliffhanger in The Next Sin, I was finally able to breathe and find out what happened. That doesn’t mean I could relax, this book is intense with action and mystery. One moment you’re sitting on the edge of your seat, the next moment you’re feeling all hot and bothered, and then other moments you’re melting into a puddle from the sweet romance between Bleu and Sin. After all that Bleu has gone through to get to her mother’s killer, to be accepted into the fellowship, to get pregnant, and now she may be killed by her abductors. But, that doesn’t seem like Bleu, no she’s one tough and smart chick. I love her personality. She’s got a dry wit that made me smile and sometimes the repartee between bleu and Sin made chuckle right out loud. Bleu is so different from other heroines, she strong and independent, but she knows when to step back and take help (well, she learns to in this book anyway). However, the biggest difference for me is that she is so rational. She doesn’t let her emotions rule, causing needless rifts between her and other family and friends, and most importantly, Sin. When she finds out something dark and regretful in his past, she accepts that while she doesn’t like it, it can’t be changed and she sees that Sin has grown beyond it. I love that about her. Sin is as swoon-worthy as ever. He is just the right mixture of dark and light. He does his duty, kills when necessary, and protects all of the people whom he loves. There is also an incredibly soft as sweet side. He loves Bleu with a fierceness that is almost visible, and he isn’t afraid to show it. The sweet little things he does for her are sure to make you sigh and swoon, just like I do. He has the ability string together beautiful words that are so romantic.  There are so many things that are at odds against these two and they come to a head in this book. Georgia has built a tangled web but it’s clear that she has complete control over each storyline. I was never confused, always intrigued, and completely glued to the pages.  I’m so sorry to say goodbye to Si and Bleu, but dare I hope that we’ll get books about Ellison and Lorna? Please Georgia! I beg of you!!!! If not or until then, I’ll revisit Sin and Bleu when I re=read the story over and over again. 5 fandamtastic stars!
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