Guilty as Sin

Guilty as Sin Book four in the Phoenix Rising series Michael s bad bad bad all the way to the bone A single heated encounter with the master thief and level headed Liseriel the Gray has never been so furious so

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  • Title: Guilty as Sin
  • Author: Denise Rossetti
  • ISBN: 9781419935077
  • Page: 386
  • Format: ebook
  • Book four in the Phoenix Rising series Michael s bad, bad, bad all the way to the bone A single heated encounter with the master thief, and level headed Liseriel the Gray has never been so furious so intrigued in her life Neither has Michael Danger s always been his drug of choice With his huge bronze wings and sweet, serious smile, Daxariel the Burnished is everythinBook four in the Phoenix Rising series Michael s bad, bad, bad all the way to the bone A single heated encounter with the master thief, and level headed Liseriel the Gray has never been so furious so intrigued in her life Neither has Michael Danger s always been his drug of choice With his huge bronze wings and sweet, serious smile, Daxariel the Burnished is everything the thief is not a generous, shining spirit an honest, loving soul and a virgin It s going to take two Aetherii to catch a thief Lise and Dax are both so godsbedamned good, Michael can t wait to debauch and defile, to make his Aetherii beg for dark erotic pleasures It s the only way he knows to win and win he must, because there s something about wings and tails and trust freely given that has him reeling Exquisitely trapped between Michael s intoxicating wickedness and Dax s steadfast love, everything Lise believes about duty is dust on the wind How can she crave both these men, different as night and day

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    1. July 18, 2011 I can not wait for this book to be published.Update 1: Aug 3, 2011 It's published!!! Go buy it now! :-)Update 2: August 4, 2011 Wow, just finished the first speed read and adored it. I never include a synopsis of the story in my reviews as I feel you can read the jacket blurb just as well as I can. ;-) There are very few writers of M/M/F stories I will read and Denise is one of them. I think it is because the relationship between each of the members of the triad is explored. It is [...]

    2. I fell in love with Ms Rossetti's writing when I read Strongman. I then went on to devour (with relish) Tailspin. I loved the way Ms Rossetti combined passion with eroticism and wicked but enduring love overlaid with action and adventure. So I waited for Guilty as Sin with baited breath - could Ms Rossetti pull off another wonderful menage without it sounding like a repeat of Tailspin? And could she supply another gripping plot line?The answer: Yes she could! Guilty as Sin is breathtaking in its [...]

    3. Still one of my favorite erotica, fantasy series. One of the things I love about Denise Rossetti's menages is that you don't feel as if the relationship between the two men in the triad is somehow just incidental. I always come away feeling that everyone involved is deeply in love with the each other. I love that. When reading a M/M/F I want to see the love between the M/M part of the triangle as well as the M/Fs. I want them to be necessary to each other as well. This fantasy world is well deve [...]

    4. Oh My.This book was scrumptious. The characters were wonderful, the sex wasense! My inner cynic (that nasty bitch), is always thinking that there is no way Ms. Rossetti can continue to pull out another delish book. Well, I am happy to say, I was able to give my inner bitch, a kick in the ass! Please, oh please, do not tell me this is the end of the series. Please keep them coming.

    5. It's no secret to those that know me, that I am a diehard fan-girl of Denise Rossetti's workShe is such a natural, gifted storyteller, that if by some chance, you're not of this planet and have yet to experience the full impact of one of her 'tour de force' booksen you are truly missing out on the sheer magnificence of it allHer ‘world building’ is so superbly crafted that it all seems wonderfully familiar and is as easy to slip into as a favored pair of slippers Her characters and plots are [...]

    6. In the fourth installment of the Phoenix Rising series, the reader focuses on the winged Aetherii as Liseriel the Grey , security head at the embassy, is hot on the trail of master thief Michael. Bold and broken, quick witted and devious, this thief is ensnared by the quietly confident Liseriel. While she is a dangerous foe, their first entanglement has both twisted and intrigued. In the middle is, Daxariel the Burnished fresh out of Flight School. Daxariel is strong and straight-forward in his [...]

    7. I just love all her books. With most books I either love them or don't. That's why I don't so many reviews except to say yeah or neah. All her books I just love. She is one of the best romance/erotica writers on the scene today. Her story teller and world building are fabulous. And she's a sweet person also. Denise Rossetti is definitely in my top 5 of romance authors. Don't miss her.

    8. What a great book! Dax, Lise and Michael I swooned over. Loved loved loved and I really hope this series continues because I just can't get enough of the characters in it and the web that Ms. Rossetti weaves in it.

    9. I liked Lise's practicality, Dax's steadfastness and of course, Michael's wickedness. Few authors live up to the promise of a wicked-to-the-bone hero, but Rossetti delivered it in spades.Loved this series. I hope there's moar!!

    10. I just love Denise Rossetti's books! Her books are fun, sexy reads that leave you bitting your nails in anticipation for her next book release!

    11. Stayed up to 1am to finish this one - loved Michael, he was a complex character I really empathised & connected with.

    12. I really love this series. The 4th book is another solid addition. I always fall in love with the characters. Can't wait for the next onegh.

    13. This review is about the writing, not a rehash of the blurb.The reason I gave this three stars? I enjoyed the angle of two people working to "capture" the third, but thought all three characters had little dimension to them. Yeah, we got to know what was in their background, the type of work they did, but there was something missing from their story, that for me made things too "fluffy".I did like the unusual world this author built, but that is not enough for me to read anything more in this se [...]

    14. Having never read a Phoenix Rising book (only Book 3 and 4 were available on my kindle!) I was able to enjoy this book even without knowing any of the previous characters or anything about the world. The mythology is unique, and I like the MMF romance that had good depth.My only critique is that I felt like I was reading about a bunch of 17 year olds. Maybe it was the emotional immaturity? Or the "games"? But even though there was plenty of sex felt like a teen romance.

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