Welcome to the Eververse. Here all things are possible, home to a myriad of mythical creatures such as witches, demons, and shapeshifters, and no oneWelcome to the Eververse. Here all things are possible, home to a myriad of mythical creatures such as witches, demons, and shapeshifters, and no one is quite who - or what - they seem. Feyd and Fallon live a life of reckless indulgence as they travel the world working as thieves and assassins for some of the Eververse elite, and making sure they enjoy every second of it. When Fallon's old flame Astrid, a charming, powerful, sexy witch and her friend Ash, an equally alluring demon show up, the dynamic duo's shallow existence gets rather complicated. Astrid is the perfect compliment to Fallon's wild temperament, and Ash just may be the first, and only, woman able to tame Feyd. But can they find happiness or will their enemies, lurking in the shadows, destroy their newfound love before it has the chance to blossom?
Sugar and Sin is a complex and haunting tale, with rich character development and an immersive world, in the same vein as Sherrilyn Kenyon's Dark Hunters or Anne Rice's Vampire Chronicles. The writing is fast-paced and flows well, the dialog witty and endlessly entertaining. Fallon and Feyd's antics and banter will have the reader laughing aloud.
Once again, the Price sisters have penned a stunningly unique and adventurous tale that pulls the reader in from the start and spits them out at the conclusion, breathless and hungry for more. There's no lag in the book; the story starts with an action-packed bang and keeps up its unrelenting pace until the very last page. This isn't your grandmother's romance novel. And that's a very, very good thing.