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Sin & Savage: A Las Vegas Romance by [Mara, Anna]
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One weekend can change your life forever… Over 75+ 5 Star Amazon Reviews

Tori… “He's rough and mean and solves problems with his fists… a dirty outlaw biker with no future who’ll lead me to hell. I know that he's everything I need to stay away from or I'll lose my soul. If it wasn’t for my crazy Nana giving all her money to some sleazy, Vegas crook, I wouldn’t even have to be here accepting his criminal help! I don’t trust him and I’ll fight him every step of the way. I know he’ll protect me but who’s going to protect me from him?”

Savage… “She's sweet and good and always does the right thing... just a small-town girl who’s about the most beautiful thing I’ve seen in a long time.  She's everything I need to save my soul.  But she’s also a complication that I don’t need right now. I’ve got that shipment of guns coming in this weekend and I’ve got to focus on that. I don’t have time to play bodyguard to some goody two-shoes schoolteacher from Texas who still believes in God and country and apple pie, things I gave up on long ago. Okay, I’ll protect her… but it’ll cost her big!”

Because when you enter Sin City, sometimes your only choice is to make a deal with the Devil...

Filled with shocking twists and turns, tender romance and thrilling suspense over the course of one long weekend in Las Vegas, SIN & SAVAGE is a mesmerizing story that will stay with you long after you've read the last page.

WARNING: VIOLENCE AND COARSE LANGUAGE

 

Here's what some previous readers had to say about SIN & SAVAGE:

“Very good read. Heaven and Hell all in one book. Nice surprises as well”.

“As a Christian woman, it was refreshing to see a Christian author who did not shove "religion" down the throats of the readers and who included real life dialogue and scenes (coarse language, sex scenes, murder, and assault) in this book. This a superb book and a gem for people who are lucky enough to find it.”

“She (the heroine) was a stereotypical Southern girl: church, blond hair, chaste, and twang. I mean, I am not Christian, and I dislike having any religion stuffed down my gullet; but the author did it with such humor and class. I never felt that I needed to succumb to some guilt-trip laden emotionalism clap-trap. It was done with cheek and authenticity. I loved how deeply she believed in good, not how deeply she believed in her believing the right religion (which is so often confused with the church-y folk). Anyways, thanks, Anna Mara! You've restored my faith in romance again.”

“I gasped and screamed with joy!! WOW! I want to immediately read it again.”

“Amazing… Grabs you from the first page. I could not put it down.”

“Surprises just keep coming. If you're up to a fast paced, wild, crime-filled, crazy as hell, romantic adventure go for it.”

“This book was great. Bad boy meets good girl!!! And what a perfect name for him!!! Wish I could be someone’s Snow White.”

“I just loved this book!! Savage is a beast. I love Nana and all her antics when it came to her adventure with Tori. Loved the book!!”

“Bikers, outlaws, murder, love… it's all here and you will love this story.”

“Trust your gut. This was a thrilling roller coaster of awesome!”

About the Author

Anna Mara is the author of the bestselling novels, Her Perfect Revenge and Why Romeo Hates Juliet.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1658 KB
  • Print Length: 422 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Anna Mara (Jan. 8 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00HGLBQ0Y
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #217,114 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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By Jo-Anne B. TOP 500 REVIEWER on Dec 10 2014
Format: Kindle Edition
Sin & Savage was an enjoyable story and quite well written. I really liked Savage and found him to be very kind and competent but I didn't like Tori much. She was very judgmental and thought she knew best all the time. This attitude often got her and others into trouble because she didn't do what she was told but did what she thought was best - even though it wasn't the best. She was very annoying with the way she was constantly going on about being "shot dead".

I was torn about what rating to give this book but decided on 3.5 stars. With Tori being so annoying, I couldn't justify anything higher.
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Amazon.com: HASH(0xa1074984) out of 5 stars 148 reviews
29 of 36 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa112d3e4) out of 5 stars Decent writing, terrible storyline March 18 2014
By SouthernSky - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
Good grief I had to make myself finish this. Tori and her Nanna were both so annoying and honestly both of them were stupid. I'm so tired of tstl heroines. Who in their right mind asks a creepy bartender to dance just to prove a point? I felt that the story was also too long and very predictable. Lastly the hero Matt broke one of my rules by kissing and rubbing on a waitress right in front of Tori. Seriously just made me sick. I'm not sure what she was to him cause I found myself skipping chapters but that's not cool in my book and it always makes me wary of the actual romance. I don't even think that would have been so bad had the story itself been better. I did not believe in H/h love. To me it was just lust.
10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
By Avid Romance Reader - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
Anna Mara is my new favorite author.

Establishing herself as an author of incredible wit, depth of emotion, and charm, she has all the raw emotionalism of Sandra Brown, sexual chemistry of Linda Howard, sweetness of Jude Deveraux, and heart of Julie Garwood.

Read this book.

**SPOILER ALERT AHEAD**

I mean, it was quite obvious he was a cop after reading several paragraphs about him; but that wasn't the point. It was her sheer bravery in her love for him BEFORE she knew. She was a stereotypical Southern girl: church, blond hair, chaste, and twang. I mean, I am not Christian, and I dislike having any religion stuffed down my gullet; but the author did it with such humor and class. I never felt that I needed to succumb to some guilt-trip laden emotionalism clap-trap. It was done with cheek and authenticity. I loved how deeply she believed in good, not how deeply she believed in her believing the right religion (which is so often confused with the church-y folk).

Anyways, thanks, Anna Mara!

You've restored my faith in romance again (it was a rocky stretch there for a while- reading indie books with high school level emotional maturity and editing).

You have a lifelong fan. Please continue to write books that are FUN. Yours are so beautiful in their sweetness and hilarity. Too many authors try to go to grit and drama, but don't have the darkness for it- ending up with maudlin and macabre. E.g. Julie Garwood's latest books (versus her sweet historical romances). *sigh* If you could swing a time-travel, I would grovel at your feet (my ultimate sub-genre).
15 of 18 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa112d5f4) out of 5 stars A Christian book in disguise Jan. 2 2014
By BM219 - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
What a treat this was. I was so inspired on Tori and Savage I had to read the story in one setting. I loved how the writer kept up the them of motorcycle gang and all of the illegal elements that went with it. The flames of faith and religious points were not shouted out loud but you recognized that this was a Christian book with real life issues involved in romance.
23 of 30 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa112d8e8) out of 5 stars Biker book that hates bikers Feb. 15 2014
By gracie&deb - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
Biker rat that isn't and bible quoting woman who's going to save him. Please this plot circa Harlequin romance 1950!
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa112d948) out of 5 stars Unique journey to HEA April 30 2014
By TBreakiron - Published on Amazon.com
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A pastor's daughter and her grandma are on a journey to find her grandma's boyfriend that she found on the Internet. She thinks her grandma is nuts, but her grandma swears she feels her tingle. The tingle means the man is trustworthy. And as proof she didn't feel the tingle when she met her granddaughter's ex husband Tod. She hires Savage to locate the man for her. What results is a book full of twists and turns and stupid decisions. Is the attraction she feels toward Savage one of them? There is a fairly liberal use of the F word in this book but considering the situation it fits in this particular instance.