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Sunday, March 1, 2009

Review - The First Sin by Cheyenne McCray


Title: The First Sin
Author: Cheyenne McCray
Publisher: St. Martin’s Press
Buy Link: The First Sin: A Lexi Steele Novel or The First Sin: A Lexi Steele Novel Kindle Edition

Rating: You Need To Read

Reviewer: Sashet

AN ELITE PARTNERSHIP
Alexi Steele is determined, relentless, and driven to protect the innocent. She’s a top agent of the NSA’s clandestine Recovery Enforcement Division, specializing in human trafficking and sex crimes. Her current mission: To infiltrate the inner circle of Boston’s exclusive S&M clubs in order to save thirteen young women who are about to be auctioned off to the highest bidders. But Lexi’s only way in is under the “control” of her new partner in crime, Nicholas Donovan.
AN EROTIC END GAME
Nick will do whatever it takes to bring down the billionaire sex-ring mastermind who’s kidnapped his sister. But the games he must play as Lexi’s “dominant” are burning away his icy control, and blurring the lines between partners. Meanwhile, their enemies are closing in as they enter a devastating race against time…bringing them dangerously close to THE FIRST SIN.
The first in a new series from the author, The First Sin takes off and doesn’t stop. It’s not a book for the faint of heart – as the subject matter is dark and Ms. McCrary doesn’t shy away from it.

Lexi’s past has made her a no nonsense, tough as nails agent for a secret branch of the NSA. When one of her agents is killed – she’s out for blood. Nick, an ex-Navy SEAL is equally tough. There are plenty of fireworks between this couple. There were places that Ms. McCray surprised me with a twist – but that’s a good thing! The only difficulty I had with the book was the switching from first person to third person. It’s definitely a book to heat up a cool early spring evening.

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