Reviewed by Trisha Dawn Daffon for Readers' Favorite
"Wicked Sinners" entails the story of magic, power and love. Adriana moved to Martinique to get a peaceful life away from those who caused her pain in Alabama. Here she met twins Jacques and Julien Dubois on separate occasions. Albeit confusing both men at first, she soon found her way to one of them and become immersed in their magical world. Later on, Adriana came face to face with another surprise in the family and everything seemed to be heading for a good conclusion. However, things were destined to fall apart in their glorious front and it led to a painful journey of finding revenge and peace for each of their own personal gains. In the end what they found was something unexpected and it is up to Adriana to accept it or refuse to do so.
I was enthralled with the story. It has something to do with how it was written. There were plenty of scenes about making love but the author was able to cover it up pretty quickly without sounding rude. She made it sound romantic. I had to go back to make sure I got the story right but it was what made the writing elegant. I also love the fact that the characters are well molded. They stay true to their personalities until the end of the story. All in all, "Wicked Sinners" is in a class of its own. I was following the story as though there were no tomorrow. I think the story is very original despite having the usual common mythological people and creatures, and the emotions are genuine albeit complicated. I think anyone of any age group would want to grab hold of this book.