Consequences Of Sin by K. A. Robinson


When the sun disappeared, the world was cast in shadows, hiding the evil that lay in wait. When it was dark, I hunted. The shadows caressed my body as I did things I could never do in the light of day. Eighteen-year-old Bree Bowen has spent her entire life training and working as one of her father’s assassins. Fear has kept her and her best friend, Wes, under her father’s thumb—until now. When Wes takes matters into his own hands, securing Bree a new identity and a plane ticket to America, he gives her the one chance she’s been desperately seeking. Learning to live a new life isn’t easy. Add in her new roommate, Reid, who just happens to be a stripper, and things start to get a little crazy. Falling for a man has never been part of her plan, but she can’t seem to stay away from Reid. When Bree’s past comes crashing back into her life, secrets that she’s fought to keep hidden are revealed, and she’s forced to choose between Reid and the life she could have with him, or Wes, the one man who has always loved her unconditionally. Regardless of her choice, she must learn the consequences of sin. This book will be a standalone.

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Bree's has always lived in the shadows. That is all she knows. Now she has a chance to start over, away from her father and a life of sin. 
Bree runs, to start anew. A new name and life. 
Everything is starting to fall into place. She meets Reid, new friends. She also knows she can not fully relax. She will never be free of her old life.
I did like Bree and Reid together. He was super yummy. Reid is the sexy mysterious type. 
Wesley, he's hiding something and I want to know what. I know he loves Bree but there more right under the surface.
There was one thing I did not like. With Bree being an assassin and good at what she did, she kept getting caught off guard.
This is a good read. I would have liked A little more action in fighting department but overall a good read. 


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