Review: Sinner by Lana Pecherczyk

Title:  Sinner

Author: Lana Pecherczyk

Series: The Deadly Seven #0.5

Genre: Paranormal

Format: eBook

Pages: 148

Date Read: July 23, 2020

3 stars
3 stars – I liked it

Mary Margaret has been working at Biolum Industries for two years. She has been waiting to rescue the children being used as experiments to combat the rise of sin in the world. When the day arrives to free them she finds unexpected help from the sexy tech genius, Flynn Fydler. 

While this is just a short taste of this world, I was instantly fascinated and want to know more. The concept of children being experimented on to identify each deadly sin was fascinating. I really can’t wait to see how they will use their abilities in the future books. 

I really enjoyed Flynn and Mary. Flynn has been crushing on Mary since he first saw her years ago. He is an honorable man who was willing to sacrifice everything to save the children. Mary had a terrible childhood and then was trained to be an assassin. She believes she is just a sinner and will never be a good person. Flynn shows her that she really is a saint and that her past doesn’t make her a bad person. I adored these two and can’t wait to see how their future plays out with the kids. 

Reader Warning:

  • Heroine was abused as a child (referenced).
  • Reference to infertility
  • Experiments and genetic modification done on children.

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