Saint's Sacrament - Sins of the Father Part I

Saint's Sacrament - Sins of the Father Part I

by Tiana Laveen


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ISBN-13: 9781492323457
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 09/03/2013
Pages: 396
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.88(d)

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Saint's Sacrament - Sins of the Father: Part I 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
CharlestonChewie More than 1 year ago
Once again Tiana LaVeen knocked it out of the park with her 4th installment, Saint's Sacrament from The Naughty Sins of A Saint Series, and once again I am amazed at how each book builds off of the previous one. The characters continue to evolve and in this installment, we get to see more of Saint, his family, and friends/business partners and as always there is some form of drama, deceit, betrayal, paranormal activity, turmoil and hot intimate scenes in the mix to keep us on the edge of our seats. There are so many obstacles that Saint and Xenia find themselves in that once again threatens their world. They both are at the top of their careers, the children are growing and life is good. But in walks Xenia's old flame coming into the picture threatening to take them both down. Xenia's abusive and gambling addicted absentee father creeps back into their lives faking the role of a daddy trying to make amends and wanting a relationship with Xenia and his grandchildren just for what he can get out of it to fund his addiction. We also get to see more involvement from other characters such as Saint's trusted partners and confidants in the brotherhood and how they too have obstacles to face in their lives with their own significant others and troubled pasts; Saint's father's health is failing and Xenia even faces death due to a horrible accident. There are so many twists and turns in this book that literally keep you on the edge and it deals with faith, humanity, compassion, trust and religion to make you think and question how it relates to what's going on in the world today and how it may even apply to you. I keep wondering where did Saint come from and where will he go next? He is like no man I have ever known and I would be super intimidated to meet were there an actual clone of him in real life somewhere. There is always one more level that Tiana takes us too and I wonder if another one is to come? I hope so. I enjoyed this book most of all because of how quickly it picked up momentum and switched storylines. We got to see how each character played a part in this book and what they were thinking and how they interacted as if pieces of a puzzle. Each piece stands alone but as you place them together, you slowly get to see what the end result will be.