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Sin & Saint

(Executioners #4)

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4.04  ·  Rating details ·  763 ratings  ·  64 reviews
Eric and Ellison Gant, better known as Sin and Saint, were opposite sides of the same coin. They epitomized the nicknames given to them by their friends in the band Executioners. One thing Sin and Saint did well was fight, and being inseparable meant they had a lot of disagreements, but one thing they agreed on was that Sheriff Camden Pelter was theirs. The older, stoic ma ...more
Kindle Edition, 198 pages
Published February 23rd 2018 by Hostile Whispers Press (first published December 26th 2017)
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Barbara➰
What a bitter-sweet book. I was so looking forward to Sin & Saint's story but it also means the end of another series by Dabney.

Camden is that dirty-talking alpha daddy I love and eat up. He's so yummy. Sin & Saint, brothers, set their sights on Camden and finally broke down his defenses. Camden had one moment where I wanted to beat him but he was a great daddy to his two boys. And they, in turn, go after and rescue what's theirs.

I'm looking forward to the Trenton series next. And I'd really lik
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AussieMum
DNF 72%
This series and this author is clearly not for me as I am in the minority here. But this writing just doesn’t work for me.

Too much plot progression happens...offpage.
Intimacy mostly happens...offpage.
Relationship growth happens...offpage.
What happens on page? A lot of superficial moving the story along quickly. Basically it’s like going from A to D to H to Z...instead of A to B then C.

All of a sudden these three went from not-gonna-happen to being together. It was clunky, awkward, un
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Jenny Wood
Oct 01, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I feel like I been waiting for this one, forever!
It did not disappoint... I'm so obsessed with this series!
I knew I was going to love Sin and Saint's story, and I knew
the Sheriff would give in eventually. It all seemed like it happened
so fast, after he'd been denying it for so long, but the wait was well worth it.

I did not expect the Daddy kink, was an awesome surprise that was.
I loved how Camden treated the boys as individuals instead of like one in the same.
He was sweeter was Saint, because
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Caroline Brand
REVIEWED FOR LOVE BYTES

I was really looking forward to Sin and Saint and to finally seeing the twins get their man but sadly I think it ended up being my least favourite of the series. I’m not even sure why but the relationship between the three men felt stilted and awkward. Daddy play doesn’t bother me at all but it felt forced and as though it didn’t belong – it just happened without any discussion or mention and for a pair of virtual sexual virgins all of a sudden they were introducing kink a
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Denise H.
* We have many groups in town; the Brawlers, Executioner's Crew, Twirled Ink, and Trenton Security, plus all of the M/M and M/M/M groups of deliciously hot men.
Sin and Saint, 21, are twin brothers who are blonde, beautiful, and sweet.

Sheriff Camden Pelter, 43, would like to have those two as his own, but he's too old, right?

Eric/Sin and Ellison/Saint work at their porn shop, plus Saint is a pilot, and Sin jumps, climbs and more. They are also wanted for their amazing rescue skills, all learn
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Qin
Dec 27, 2017 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
All allowances being made for me jumping the wagon this late into the series (the blurbs of the first three instalments gave me the creeps), this remains a very sad mess of a book. Nothing is done to wrap up the background story in such a manner that a newcomer may be able to enjoy the specific plot of this story, quite the contrary in fact, for the prologue that takes place two years prior not only showcases atrocious writing values - it declines to explain, or rather expound, nothing, being co ...more
Pixie
DNFd at 77%... it was my $3 to waste.
NeRdyWYRM
Can You Say ... Jacob's Ladder?

'Nuf said. Read it.

Okay, I'm kidding but I'm really not. LOL. Although that was hot, I generally need a little more than a couple of words to entice me into reading a book these days. There are so many meh titles out there, after all. Thankfully, this isn't one of them. But in case two words is enough for you allow me to repeat these: Jacob's Ladder.

Jacob's ladder smug dean winchester

Some of the series with more and more installments forthcoming tend to kind of blend into amalgamations or turn into
...more
Beverly Southern Babes Book Blog
This is a new author to me. An I am so glad that I took the chance. I absolutely loved this story. You get every emotion just slamming into you from the pages.

Sin and Saint- twins who have been through a lot in there twenty-three years. They are just so loveable. Sin has earned his name. He’s outgoing, adrenaline junkie, he also has a big heart and will do anything and everything for his brother. Saint is the shy one. He’s had some tuff times but his twin has been his rock. Saint could never be
...more
Sabrina
Oct 03, 2019 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: dnf
This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here.
Becca
Nov 08, 2019 rated it it was amazing
LOL! I was wondering how long it was going to take for these boys to finally get Cam to claim them. It took a few years and a few people knocking him in the head a few times, but he finally realized he needed these boys as much as they needed him. They needed their Daddy and he needed his boys.
Cam has been fighting for years what he feels for Sin & Saint, but what finally pushed him over the edge was Saint bringing him lunch and him making Saint eat with him. He realized he needed to take care o
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Chris
4.5 out of 5 stars

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Eric and Ellison Gant better known as Sin and Saint were opposite sides of the same coin. They epitomized the nicknames given to them by their friends in the band Executioners. One thing Sin and Saint did well was fight and being inseparable means they have a lot of disagreements, but one thing they agree on is Sheriff Camden Pelter was theirs. The older, stoic man didn’t agree, yet they were determined to change his mind.

Camden Pelter had the daunting job of turni
...more
Kirk
Dec 25, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: lgbtq, m-m-m-romance
It’s so good to be back in Powers, Georgia and I’ve been chomping at the bit for this book as I was so intrigued about Sheriff Camden Pelter and the beautiful blond twins, Eric and Ellison Gant, aka Sin and Saint. I knew from seeing excerpts and the previous book that this was gonna be one case of chase and catch I didn’t want to miss.

It wasn’t easy for the twins because, even though they were determined af and knew in their hearts that Camden was their man, the Sheriff was determined not to suc
...more
Amanda
Dec 26, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I feel like we have been waiting for Sin and Saint’s story for so long, but it was worth each and every second! This is such a wonderful book. Sin and Saint (or Eric and Ellison, if you are talking to Camden) are so damn sweet and loving, and MAN did they surprise me with their skills! Incredible. You will have to read it to see what I mean ;)

Camden is the perfect man for Sin and Saint, and though it takes some time for him to come to terms with the beautiful young twins wanting a self-described
...more
R
Dec 26, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: m-m, reviewed
Good story

Eric and Ellison are twins. They are halves of the same whole. They set their hearts and minds on the new sheriff, Camden Pelter. Double their age he won't allow himself to want them, convinced that such young and beautiful men don't need someone as old and beat up as him. Over a long period of time they slowly wear him down and he finally decides to accept that they are his. Very nice love story with some action thrown in. We get to revisit some of the Crews and their families. J.M. D
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Elizabeth
Dec 26, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
J.M. Dabney is a amazing author. I love all of her books. the think that I loved about this book is even thought the book is about twins. she has shown us all that twins are 2 different people. but at the same time they couldn't live with out one another. I love how there man is so in tuned with them. I love how from day one there man could tell them apart. I want to say this is one of my favorite books. but then again all of J.M. Dabney books are my favorite. I give this book a 5 start. it's a ...more
Claudia
Dec 25, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: brothers
Sin and Saint were all that I was expecting and more!

After years lusting after sheriff Camdem, Sin and Saint were finally given a chance to win the hot sheriff.

Camdem is all that the twin brothers thought he would be... he was loving, caring, protective... They just had to make him see they were perfect for each other!

JM Dabney did it again, one more great book on the executioner's series - loved it <3
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Shannon
I've been looking forward to Camden and the twin's story but this one didn't quite gel for me. Sin and Saint come across as these virginal characters who need a daddy but then they break out with their badassness and I was just confused. It felt like I was reading about a different set of characters. I didn't dislike it but didn't like it as much as the others in the series. ...more
DepictonFiction
Last book in the series. Big black sheriff with his blonde twins. Nice one.
I will read more of this author but more as a snack. My highest rating was three stars so in my book that means an enjoyable read but no real highs or lows. So that means a perfect “in between” read.
Leah
note for anyone wondering: there are ménage scenes where all three characters are in the same space during sexual activity, but nothing sexual happens between the twins
Dena
I couldn't get past the naked group pot party. ...more
Lisa
Feb 04, 2019 rated it it was ok
This is the 4th and last book in the Executioners series.

Sin and Saint are identical twins and very close in all that they do, including crushing on the Sheriff - Camden Pelter. Camden is older, behemoth of a man and supposedly wiser... After initially rejecting the twins whilst staying for a mission with Trenton, two years later he is back in the new position of Sheriff and is soon swayed into a relationship with the twins.

Then Camden revealed his Jacobs Ladder and I thought *whoop!!*

But....

I
...more
Melanie
Dec 25, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
A Scattered Thoughts and Rogue Words Review

Rating: 4.75 stars out of 5

For the full review, visit https://wp.me/p220KL-cwJ on 12/26

From that review: " Since the first mention of Camden Pelter and the twins, I (and tons of other fans of J.M. Dabney) have been waiting for this book.  Through story after story, Sin and Saint (Eric and Ellison Gant) have been chasing the older, gorgeous Sheriff of Powers, Georgia only to be rebuffed time and again.  Still, we knew that Camden would eventually come to
...more
MyzanM
I never really conected with any of the MCs. And i never felt any of the connection between them either. And all the Daddy talk got boring and cringeworthy rather quick. There were lots and lots of growling and yelling from all the large males and an equal ammount of whining from their smaller counterparts.
Kirsten
Feb 03, 2018 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: gay-romance
I was really looking forward to this book, but it just seemed like Camden loved Ellison more. It wasn't equal and more like Eric was a third wheel in the relationship. ...more
Mari  Cardenas
4 Stars!

I loved Sin and Saint when I met them in book 2 in this series and it was even better now that I got to learn their backstories. They were intriguing and an alluring mix of innocence and maturity, probably due to their upbringing.

I liked Camden, but there were many moments in which he seemed more immature than the twins. The push and pull got a bit tiring, as did his bitching about their age difference. Really, there's only so much of that I can read until I want to scream.

I will admit
...more
thehotmesslibrary
Mar 07, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Eric and Ellison Gant are probably one of my favourite characters. They have a vulnerability to them that pulls at the heart strings and although they are twins they are very individual. In this story you see the development of their relationship with Sheriff Camden Pelter (a brooding, older man) who feels that the twins are far too young for him, but the twins keep persevering and you see the development of a triad relationship which has its ups and downs.
You also get to see the twins as 'real
...more
Jacey Jeffrey
Dec 26, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Sin and Saint made no bones who they wanted and that was Sheriff Camden Pelter. For two years he kept them at arm's length not allowing them to break his reserve. He felt that he was too old and not good enough for them. Sin (Eric) and Saint (Ellison) know that Camden is the man that they have been waiting for and the only man who will make them complete. Their determination breaks Camden's walls down and he figures maybe a relationship could work. I really loved reading how their relationship g ...more
Becki pontius
Dec 26, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Couldn't put it down...

I've got to say when I stumbled across JM Dabney a while back and began this journey of her books learning her characters, and small town feel of Powers Gerogia, I didn't know how much I would end up watching out for all the other books in the combined series to follow, Executioner's, Twirled, and Brawlers crew books. JM Dabney has given complete fun, lovable, passionate, and enduring characters who all have trials to overcome, and struggles to get past, Sin and Saint was
...more
Sabella
Nov 29, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I was looking forward to this book and how the story would work out. Man, did it surprise me in all the best ways. Sin and Saint are twins that are close and want the same man. Camden keeps fighting what he wants until he realizes that he's only hurting the three of them. There are lots of hotness, emotional ups and downs, and simply beautiful moments in this book. We also get to catch up with all our favorite folks. It is a little sad to know that this is the last in the series but not the last ...more
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