If you’re new to Sophie Lark, start with The Sinners Duet

There Are No Saints by Sophie Lark. Image Courtesy of Bloom Books.
There Are No Saints by Sophie Lark. Image Courtesy of Bloom Books. /

Sometimes, romance books manage to make you things you’d never like. That’s exactly how I feel about the Sinners Duet by Sophie Lark.

When it comes to modern romance authors, Sophie Lark is a name most are familiar with. You might recognize her from her Mafia series including the Brutal Birthright series, Kingmakers series, or even, her Underworld series.

However, the first book I ever picked up from Sophie Lark was her Sinners Duet which features There Are No Saints and There Is No Devil. Given that these are serial killer romances, it was an interesting place to start.

Before getting into my thoughts, I’d like to thank Bloom Books for sending me finished copies of this duet because it’s one I hold near and dear to my heart.

The Sinners Duet is the best place to start with Sophie Lark.

While some might urge you to start with Sophie Lark’s mafia books, I do think the best place to start is her Sinners Duet. Now being republished by Bloom Books, these are great ones to pick up especially now.

As mentioned, these are serial killer romances but not in the way you might think. The book begins with a rivalry between two artists: Alastor Shaw and Cole Blackwood who are competing in the art world and by killing people. Yes, these two are serial killers but things come to a head when Cole can’t finish a kill.

Enter Mara who is down on her luck and ends up gaining Cole’s notice. He stalks her and the two end up having a romance. Of course, once Alastor gets wind of it, he has his sights set on Mara and it ends up being a bloody game.

While this duet might seem absolutely bonkers, this duet is for those who love morally gray characters, enjoy a bad boy love interest, or just want to question themselves as a reader. Frankly, I read The Sinners Duet within 2 days as I started them and couldn’t put them down.

Sophie Lark’s writing is so fast-paced and engaging that you won’t want to put these books down. If anything, it’ll motivate you to want to pick up the rest of her books which is what it did to me. It gave me a taste of her writing, her steamy scenes, and what to expect while still being an entirely different entry in her catalog.

If you’re new to Sophie Lark’s books or you’re looking for some dark romances to read this fall, then try out The Sinners Duet.

There Are No Saints and There Is No Devil by Sophie Lark are out now where books are sold.

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