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Sins of Omission (Creatures of Sin #2)

3.72  ·  Rating Details  ·  123 Ratings  ·  12 Reviews
Carver Eliot has settled into his life as a private citizen and investigator, enjoying being his own boss and sharing David Logan's bed. Then the case of one missing girl throws Carver and David's comfortable situation into chaos.

David knew that one day one of Carver's cases would fall under the jurisdiction of Pittsburgh's police department. He was hoping it would be late
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ebook, 142 pages
Published December 6th 2009 by Amber Allure (first published October 18th 2009)
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JenMcJ
Dec 10, 2009 JenMcJ rated it it was ok
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Diane
Dec 20, 2009 Diane rated it really liked it
Sins of Omission continues the story of police Lieutenant David Logan and Detective Carver Eliot introduced in Sins of Arrogance (see my review) and follows their complicated pseudo dominance/submissive relationship.

In the first book, Carver is the one out of control and David is trying to provide structure to his life. In Sins of Omission, it is David’s turn to become unhinged, and the story centers around these two men trying to provide some sort of balance and stability for each other.

When t
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Amanda
3.5 rounded to 4 stars

...that's how it's going to end? Seriously? Ugh. I want to know how the whole case ends since it caused a lot of issues.

Lady*M
Jun 22, 2011 Lady*M rated it liked it
3.5 stars

I like these characters and the fact that theirs is not by-the-book D/s relationship. There are no two same relationships in the world and the insistence on the same BDSM relationship over and over again in m/m romances is ridiculous. In fact, I would have given the story four stars, but, yes, that one scene lowered the rating. My reason is probably not the same as the other readers' though. People do stupid and irresponsible things and they are breaking the rules, including "safe, sane
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Feliz
Feb 28, 2010 Feliz rated it really liked it
David and Carver are not your usual strong, all - knowing Dom and pliant sub pairing. Both of them like to call the shots as well as taking orders. Since David is the more experienced with that kind of thing (and also the older of the two), he's the dominant partner in the beginning. But Carver's tendency to talk before thinking steers them into a situation where David suddenly has to give up control, and Carver is the one who must show responsibility not only or himself, but also for his lover. ...more
Natalie
Apr 22, 2016 Natalie rated it liked it
Shelves: m-m
There was a lot less to like in this one. Not happy with David at all over tying up Carver and leaving him and Carver wasn't much better. It's still an effed up, unbalanced relationship. Still no real background for the characters, other than learning about David's weird D/s relationship with Robin. David apparently didn't learn much, since it didn't seem like Robin was a very good Dom either. I should probably give it 2 stars but I rounded up because I still wanted to keep reading it and find o ...more
ElaineY
My review/listing of this book somehow got deleted and now I can't recall the details of what I wrote.

I know, though, that the books are better read back-to-back. When I saw that Sins of Omission was about the couple from Sins of Arrogance, I decided to re-read the first book. Even then, I was wondering if the sequel was worth this trouble as I've found most to be a waste of my time and money.

To my surprise, Sins of Omission not only finishes Carver's and David's story well, it should have been
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Smith Barney
My review of book #1 stands for this. I won't be continuing in the series.
Tracy
Jan 25, 2011 Tracy rated it liked it
Shelves: creature-of-sins
Ok, this book was enjoyable, but I can not get over the fact that it just ended, I felt like I missed something, there just wasn't any closure.
Gwengwel
Having sex with other because you're undercover in a sex club it's cheating, no excuse and I don't like cheater.
Nancy L
interesting story line
Sarah
Dec 31, 2014 Sarah rated it liked it
Shelves: app-kindle, reread
re-read 12/31/14
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Creatures of Sin (6 books)
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