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The Land Where Sinners Atone : A Standalone Enemies-to-Lovers Romance

by V. F. Mason

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"The Land Where Dinners Sinners Atone" was a decent standalone in V.F Mason's infamous dark serial killer romance series. Without giving away too much, this novel was a standout and differ from the previous installments. It was filled with heartbreak, betrayal, love, lost, grief and forgiveness all mixed into one. Readers are put through an emotional journey where the author takes us to the land where sinners atone and where sinners have second chances. The novel was the perfect unconventional romance filled with unexpected twists and turns that will surely leave you wanting more.

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  ayoshina | Jul 31, 2022 |
There are very few authors out there that can continually surprise me, especially in regard to plot storylines. However, this author is one that can weave a story that is so complex that it boggles my mind and always leaves me guessing. Her stories have a depth to them that is mind-boggling and the mind games she plays is extraordinary.

This might be her best book yet in regards to making a character that should be repugnant actually be redeemable. Those are some big words considering that one of the things that I love most about this author is her anti-heroes (hello, Lachlan? /swoon) Zach did some pretty awful things. Things that should have been unforgivable. Yet, somehow I not only forgave him but almost supported his reasons why as thy he did that. That is just insane. Phoenix, sweet lord, this amazing woman. The things that she endured.... somehow she lived up to her name because she sure rose out of the ashes in this one.

Twists and turns galore that had had me continually guessing who the serial killer was and what the connection was with between these characters. I did have a few points of the story that I did question and the ending was rushed, but for the most part this book was exceptional, per usual from this author. Great secondary characters that I would love to see more of and a great epilogue.
  MagicalRi | Feb 24, 2022 |
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