Deadly Sins (The Callahans #2)
Witnesses to a shocking crime, three men must face the dangers of the past to unlock the passion in their hearts…
Logan Callahan has fought hard to forget what happened that fateful day, so long ago. But every night he tries to sleep, he relives the nightmare. Every time he closes his eyes, he sees the woman whose life he could not save…
A newcomer in town, Skye O’Bri
It is hard to decide what to rate this book. I was tempted to give it more stars than I did because it was much better than the previous book in the series, which I had some major problems with on a few levels. The editing was better (but still not at the level it should be for an author as popular and published as Leigh), and the story flowed a little bit better. There were quite a f...more
Bonus! Our leading lady was a strong hell cat of a woman which made me cling to this book a little more. Cami was a delicate flower for Rafer, but what Logan wanted and needed was a strong warrior woman who...more
The second installment of Lora Leigh’s Callahan’s series turns the focus onto a different Callahan cousin, Logan, who just happened to my favorite when I was reading the first book, Midnight Sins, and after reading this one, he’s still my favorite!
Like his cousins Rafe and Crowe, Logan has lived a rough life. His family disowned him after his mother’s death and he and his cousins became the town’s pariahs having only each other and their Uncle Clyde (who is no...more
WOW, this book rocks! It's a couldn't put down from the first word, action packed, and the attraction between these two characters burned up the pages! Lora Leigh is my all time favorite and she sure didn't disappoint with this book. I can overlook the editing errors due to the story is a good one. I just hope there will be a fourth with Crowe's story and the Slasher caught!
Logan Callahan's parents were killed, his remaining family has disowned him and then he was run out...more
1. Normally some minor misprints or mistakes don't bug me but when the wrong character names are being used; misspellings are common; and the author is literally copying and pasting lines over and over it gets a bit distracting. The further I got into this book the more mistakes there were and more frequent. I actually started to mark up my book with corrections!
2. Again, as with the first book (Midnight Sins), Skye like Cami gets attacked by the "killer" in her h...more
Unfortunately, this is the second in a series of 3 books about 3 male cousins and a mystery involving murder, theft, and cover ups over a couple of generations. I would recommend anyone coming to this to start at the beginning.
I am interested enough to pick up the other two books and complete the family story.
Ms. Leigh writes a scorching romance and includes action...more
This series could have been something, but instead Leigh took this installment and shoehorned the whole series to be just like all the others and I didn't like it enough to be okay with that. Not only that but, this is the second heroine in the series, which only has two books who hooked up with a guy their older sister already did.
Rafer and Cami I was almost okay with because Jaymi was receiving comfort only and not a rel...more
Logan and Skye were a much better couple than Rafe and Cami and I loved that Logan was given a puppy ::::sigh:::
I am looking forward to the 3rd (and hopefully) final book in the series, if only so I can find out the "whodunit" and the "whydunit" It's driving me crazy and not in a good way.
4 stars on...more
The editing was poor. There were so many grammer and spelling mistakes! I stopped buying Lora Leigh books awhile ago because they had gotten so bad. Now I'm considering not even checking them out from the library or getting them from Paperbackswap.com
About every 15 pages or so,...more
Sky O'Brien is the type of alpha female that as a reader I love to encounter. She is both witty and intense in her passions. Tragedy has struck her life more than once. She know that monster do really exist and to catch a monster sh...more
Well, it's better than the first installment, Midnight Sins . Leigh created a lot of tension and question in that first story and in Deadly Sins, she's expanded upon it, providing yet more questions. And, yeah, I'm curious enough to want to know who or what is...more
However, there are numerous faults along the way. Take Chapter 10 for example. This should have been a white-hot, orgasm-inducing scene between the two MC's; BUT, the totally, astonishingly BAD editing threw it all away: repetitive phrases, duplication of sentences, sequential failures, COMPLETELY ruined it.
And throughout the book there we...more
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Look at the pretty cover!!!! I was also very excited to read the book because I couldn't wait to read about Logan and the sexy neighbor. Sadly, this book, as well as the first in this series, was just okay. This series is not filling the void that the ending of Elite Ops left.
In a way, the continuing killer that just wants to exterminate the Callahan's is a bit like her Men of August series, although the suspense part was done much better in tho...more
Logan is intriguing, he keeps pushing everyone away but his cousins/brothers, he just can't put any part of his heart on the line...more
Anyhow, the book was alright but I like the first one more. There wasn't a lot of information thrown at you like in the first book (ie. past and present characters relat...more