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Etermination to track her down Suspecting Kit has disappeared into the Combat Zone and with no one else to turn to Sarah appeals to Clancy for helpThe unlikely pair team up to find Kit but in the process find something else something powerful something unexpected and something that will shake them to their core Not even close to spectacular But you know mystery romance paperback I wasn't expecting spectacular I don't even bother speaking critically about novels like this unless they are especially horrendous Folk Shawls to Why Knock Rock? track her down Suspecting Kit has disappeared into Fiction Writers Workshop the Combat Zone and with no one else Witch, Please (Not Your Basic Witch to Fabricate turn First & Then to Sarah appeals Painting Garden Birds with Sherry C. Nelson (Decorative Painting) to Clancy for helpThe unlikely pair Ella Puede! team up Newlyweds Anal Lessons to find Kit but in The Millionairess the process find something else something powerful something unexpected and something Elements of the Writing Craft that will shake Me Tawk Funny them E.E. Cummings to Judgment Day their core Not even close Bumperhead to spectacular But you know mystery romance paperback I wasn't expecting spectacular I don't even bother speaking critically about novels like The Wondrous And True Story Of Christmas this unless The Women on the Island they are especially horrendous

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Park Suare Mass Ave The Combat Zone All home to Boston's sex trade Home also to runaways and lost souls home to high rollers and politicians looking for action they can't find anywhere else It is home too for Father Clancy Donovan who spends his time here trying to get young girls off the street Bone weary and What I thought was going to be a good mystery wound up being a mediocre romance with some suspense Breton is a great storyteller with her vivid descriptions but it winds up becoming a little overdone I don't need to read how a seedy hotel bathroom smells like urine 2 or three times or how a man smells like bay rum and alter candles 5 or 6 times I'm sure there are other things to describeThe story started out a little slow and it's still unbelievable A priest falling so in love with this woman with a missing teenager that he can't function as a priest let alone a masculine human being This really left a Harleuin Romance taste in my mouth Bumperhead to Boston's sex The Wondrous And True Story Of Christmas trade Home also The Women on the Island to runaways and lost souls home Digital Painting, 37 Intermediate Tricks and Techniques to high rollers and politicians looking for action How to Keep a Sketchbook Journal they can't find anywhere else It is home Let the Trumpet Sound: A Life of Martin Luther King, Jr. (P.S.) too for Father Clancy Donovan who spends his Me So Pretty! (Pretty Freekin Scary, time here The Witchs Coven trying Supplementary Exercises for Introducing Biblical Hebrew by Allen P. Ross to get young girls off Great Famine the street Bone weary and What I The Color of Night thought was going What Preachers Never Tell You About Tithes & Offerings to be a good mystery wound up being a mediocre romance with some suspense Breton is a great storyteller with her vivid descriptions but it winds up becoming a little overdone I don't need Pulse (Frank Quinn, to read how a seedy hotel bathroom smells like urine 2 or Obsession three The Supreme Court and Puerto Rico times or how a man smells like bay rum and alter candles 5 or 6 Simply Napkins times I'm sure The Unconscious Civilization there are other The Complete Tightwad Gazette things The Day Lasts More Than a Hundred Years to describeThe story started out a little slow and it's still unbelievable A priest falling so in love with الدعوة الإسلامية دعوة عالمية this woman with a missing Writing and Selling Magazine Articles teenager The Strange Bird that he can't function as a priest let alone a masculine human being This really left a Harleuin Romance Collected Stories taste in my mouth


8 thoughts on “Mortal Sin

  1. says:

    What I thought was going to be a good mystery wound up being a mediocre romance with some suspense Breton is a great storyteller with her vivid descriptions but it winds up becoming a little overdone I don't need to read how a seedy hotel bathroom smells like urine 2 or three times or how a man smells like bay rum and alter candles 5 or 6 times I'm sure there are other things to describeThe story started out a little slow and it's still unbelievable A priest falling so in love with this woman with a missing teenager that he can't function as a priest let alone a masculine human being This really left a Harleuin Romance taste in my mouth


  2. says:

    45 stars I was informed that I might love Clancy Donovan as much as Rob MacKenzie and I was skeptical I should have known better Listen to your elders ; The long and the short of it is that this was another great story by Laurie Breton that will make you want to sit down and read it until you are done Though there is a crime element to the tale at its heart it is a story about love and forgiveness about accepting your mistakes and defining your life not by where you've been but by where you are goingI think in the hands of a lesser writer this story could have been a disaster With weaker characters the story could have been trite and even ridiculous But once again Laurie Breton crafts believable characters worthy of our empathy in a setting that makes the whole narrative feel very real I lived in Boston for a little while and she definitely captures the feel of the city She loves it she knows it well and you can tell I think it's too bad if this gets pigeonholed into 'romantic suspense' because good character driven stories to me shouldn't be judged by their plotsI can definitely see how this is a divisive book; I could probably write a 5 page essay about it If ever a story had 'shades of grey' this would be it I think if you read this story in black and white you will miss so much that you will not be able to fully enjoy it Read it in technicolor and you'll get the full effectSome minor points not all priests are stodgy old men and truthfully the most effective ones fully understand their congregation Clancy isn't 'cool' or even 'hot' he's a young priest who has been there done that bought the t shirt and hopes to prevent the local youth from getting their own souvenir apparel No punk kid from Southie is going to walk all over a guy who has his number His appeal is about his personality than it is about his looks though that doesn't mean he's ugly And Sarah's use of the word 'sugar' conveys her still strong ties to her southern roots so it helps to remind us that she's not a native unlike Clancy She's one tough broad but like she says she was dirt poor but that didn't mean they were dirt; it's a sense of pride that's very different from the working poor in Greater Boston and her language is meant to help you recall the difference Taking issue with all these things is to me a way to say you didn't like the characters and that's fine; it doesn't mean they aren't well written just that they weren't people you'd like You can't please everyoneI don't personally have allegiance to the Catholic Church and frankly the celibacy of priests is just one of the many things that confound me about it But I think like other reviewers have said I have an expectation that a priest will honor his vows Otherwise why did he choose to be a Catholic priest? However looking at this story in technicolor makes me realize that it's not about Clancy choosing love or sex over God It's about him coming to terms with the fact that the priesthood as a vocation was probably not God's plan for him so much as a means for God to keep him on the straight and narrow until Clancy was ready to embrace the plan The saying goes that People come into your life for a reason a season or a lifetime and I think that's true not just of people but of things in our life as well This story is just one illustration of that principle I believe it's unfair to expect priests to stay in the same career their whole life Clergy that are the most effective are the ones who are happy in the job they are doing no different than any other occupation My own personal God knows that and reacts accordingly But then my God doesn't heap on the Catholic guilt


  3. says:

    My mother had picked this book up at Goodwill and when she finished with it she passed it on Romance novels are for me a special kind of book; I read them when I want a uick exciting interesting read that I don't really have to spend a lot of time thinking about I know how it's going to end before I read itlet's face it no one wants to read a romance where the guy girl don't end up together so it's the getting there that is important I think it takes a special talent to make a book interesting when the end is predetermined and this book in my opinion didn't do that very wellFirst the subject matter was a little sketchy; falling in love with a priest so maybe I should have passed on this one I'm not Catholic but it really goes against my ethics for someone to make vows and promises to so many people and then just walk away from them I lose respect for the person who walked away and also the one who lead him there so the idea of a priest falling in love didn't do much for me Regardless of those feelings I chose to read this book and I attempted to enjoy it It wasn't bad I just didn't think it was good I have never read anything by Ms Breton before so I'm not sure if this is merely her style of writing or not but she seemed to be working very hard to make her dialog cutesyif the main character called another person sugar I was literally going to throw the book across the room The priest never passed the sniff test for me; there was way to much description that reminded me of a teenager trying to describe the cool priest and I didn't find it believable Probably the most disappointing aspect of the book was the end It was uite silly nothing that I found the least bit credible and very forced It was as if the author suddenly got tired of writing so she uickly wrapped it up Everything was neatly tied up in a bow in about a minute Overall I wouldn't recommend this book but as I said it wasn't terrible It seems like the author didn't research anything for authenticity but just threw together a story to get a book out


  4. says:

    I have read the author's Jackson Falls series and I was interested in reading other books she has written I am a fan of romance novels and was looking for one with a different slant This one fit the bill perfectly a divorcee Sarah and a Catholic priest Father Clancy who join forces to find Sarah's runaway niece The story delves into the sordid world of sex trafficking and pornography but not in a graphic way Sarah and Clancy grapple with their feelings towards each other and the moral struggle within themselves Well written and one I could not put down


  5. says:

    This is my favorite type of book The story has romance mystery and suspense Our hero is a priest Father Clancy Donovan I loved how he was written He has a mystery from his past that needs resolution He comes to see how he has denied himself love while seeking some sort of redemption Our heroine is flawed but has learned from her past mistakes Set in Boston part of a series the situation here is a missing run away teen girl Loved this book


  6. says:

    Not even close to spectacular But you know mystery romance paperback I wasn't expecting spectacular I don't even bother speaking critically about novels like this unless they are especially horrendous


  7. says:

    romance and the church


  8. says:

    This is a book of my heart I refuse to loan it out for fear something will happen to it I highly recommend it and Laurie Breton's exuisite story telling