Carter: The Sinner Saints, Book 1


Author: Adrienne Bell

Note: This title was free on Amazon at this writing.




After years of heading an elite Special Forces unit, nothing ever gets past Carter Macmillan…until the night slick-talking reporter, Ally Weaver, gives him the slip.

Ally Weaver is used to following the story, but she’s never had a lead blow up on her before…literally. Now one of her confidential sources has been murdered, and she’s determined to find out why. But Ally can’t risk drawing anyone else into this violent mess…no matter how skilled–or gorgeous–he may be.

But a girl can’t always get what she wants. And when the pair find themselves thrust into the crosshairs of a corrupt politician who would do anything to stay in power, they must work together to expose a deadly conspiracy before they become the next victims. But while both Ally and Carter are willing to put their lives on the line to discover the truth, neither is prepared for the danger the other poses to their heart.


Part romantic comedy, part thriller, and filled with plenty of intrigue, CARTER is the first novel in the Sinner Saints contemporary romance series.



I hope all those hearts makes it clear that I really loved this book!  The action starts on the very first page and never stops until the very end.  I adore Carter and Ally, and am looking forward to reading the stories of the rest of the team.

If you like instant attraction between an unlikely couple, this will be right up your alley.  Carter is the quiet commander of a former elite Special Forces team, and that quiet air of command hasn’t changed since he started his security business.  Ally is a reporter with a nose for a big story, a nose that can lead her into trouble she can’t escape on her own.  Enter Carter, and the sparks fly.  Not just from bullets!

There are a lot…a lot!!…of series similar to this one.  I should know, I’ve read most of them.  I would start naming the great series with ex-soldiers who have security companies or some sort of covert operations business, but I would miss some and feel bad about it.  Just know that this one will rank as good or better than the best.  Pick up this free copy and…




1 Comment

  1. Oooh, I will move this one up on my TBR list. I love that you are reviewing free books.


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