Thursday, January 28, 2016

Midnight Mass by Sierra Simone


We are told that God will punish the wicked. That sinful men will reap what they sow. We are told to scourge our souls with prayer and pain to become clean once again.

Well, here I am. Wicked and sinful. Desperate to become clean…even though it feels so good to be dirty.

But even I never expected what came next.

Even I never expected my punishment to come so soon.

***Midnight Mass is a novella and a sequel to Priest. It’s intended for mature audiences only.***

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Book 1.5
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Reviews by the Wicked Reads Review Team

Shannan☆☆☆☆
Midnight Mass wasn't at all what I expected. Where do you go after Priest? How can you possibly follow that erotic, taboo, sexy tale? You make the next one emotional.

Midnight Mass pulls at your heartstrings. Yes, it's sexy but somewhat angst filled. Tyler is working on his dissertation. It's a long time consuming process. He works late into the night, most nights, to get it finished. Poppy has her own work with her dance studio. Poppy and Tyler are still hot together, but now it's jealousy filled. They are finding their marriage can't stand on sex alone. Poppy needs more from Tyler. Is he capable to give her what she needs?

Midnight Mass takes you on an emotional roller coaster. There were definite tears by the end of this one. What got me almost has much as the book was the author’s note at the end. It's considerate and touching. She explains why she finished like she did and it makes for a perfect ending for this couple.


Also Available in the Priest Series

Book 1
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Sierra Simone is a former librarian who spent too much time reading romance novels at the information desk. She lives with her husband and family in Kansas City.

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Shannan reviewed her personal copy of Midnight Mass (Priest #1.5) by Sierra Simone for this post.

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