Thursday, August 7, 2014

Secrets and Sins: Chayot: A Secrets and Sins novel (Secrets and Sins #4) by Naima Simone

Six months after concert pianist Aslyn Jericho survives an attack at the hands of an obsessed fan, she is still trying to resume a normal life, despite the paralyzing fears that have stolen her ability to play and perform. Enter her gorgeous and mysterious neighbor with news that threatens to send her spiraling back into her nightmares. Her stalker has returned. And he wants Aslyn.

Months after security specialist Chayot Gray’s darkest secret was exposed to the world, he’s struggling to cope with the fallout. Shame and guilt threaten to consume him, and he longs for the anonymous, numb existence he’s known for two decades. Then he discovers a masked figure lurking outside his neighbor’s home. The pain-filled shadows darkening Aslyn’s eyes call to him, and her loveliness stirs a desire he didn’t know existed. Now Chay must conquer his inner-demons in order to save her from a madman determined to finish the job he started...

My review:
Once upon a time there were four friends: Gabriel, Malachim, Raphael and Chayot.  When something bad happened to one they all got together to make it better and they kept the secret for years.  Now twenty years later the secret is out and they have paid for keeping it.  Gabriel, Malachim, and Raphael have found love and happiness.  Chayot is happy for them but feels as if he is responsible for their past problems and doesn’t feel like he will ever be deserving of the happiness and love they have found.  But he didn’t count on Aslyn Jericho.  The pianist strikes every note in perfect tone to break through the ice that surrounds his heart.  Now all he has to do is keep her alive long enough to claim it. 
If you like sexy tortured bad boy heroes then Chayot will speak to you.  If you like never say die heroines then you will love Aslyn.  I know I loved them both.  The chemistry between them both is hot as Hades. Break out the ice water. 
This last of the series can be read stand alone. But you might like the rest of the stories (Secrets and Sins: Gabriel, Secrets and Sins: Malachim and Secrets and Sins: Raphael). 

Complimentary copy provided by author/publisher for an honest review

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