Now we are getting somewhere with the story. The story line in Sin moved along faster than the previous book in the series. And I'm loving it so much more now.
These characters are so interesting and complex. Just when I think that I have them all figured out and know who's side they are on and what they have been doing, the author throws another curve ball in and I'm back to square one again. I just can't figure out how some of them are turning into complete opposite of themselves.
And don't get me started on some of the revelations. There are some pretty big ones in this story. The secrets and lies that they are all telling each other and themselves. I just want to shake them all out of them silly selves.
But that ending! Did not see that coming at all. Give me more!