"Tasty morsel of a novel!"
Vampire Alexandre Saint-Juste, head of the Council of
Elders, has defeated his enemies Cass and Mikhail, two
rebels who wanted to lead the preternatural world. His two
deadly foes vanish without a trace, carrying a valuable
book that Alexandre wants back. He doesn't have time to do
anything more than capture the two vampires and regain the
book but thoughts of Sunni keep intruding on his mind.
Sunni is a young vampire who has loved Alexandre ever
since he saved her life decades ago. She sees beneath the
stuffy, reserved and often cold man to the caring person
underneath. She is determined to prove to him that she can
help him. Cass returns wanting to co-rule the council with
him once again. When the time arrives to make the
announcement, Sunni puts herself between Alexandre and a
There is an entire invisible underground of modern day
preternatural creatures and J. C. Wilder does a brilliant
job of making the reader believe such a world exists. The
romance between the two protagonists is believable and
emotionally moving but the high point of SINS OF THE
is the action sub-plot where good and evil vie for
supremacy leading to a very tasty morsel of a novel.
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted October 29, 2001