📚White Ribbon came with many surprises. First of the all its my first time reading the author. The premise intrigued me, so I jumped at the opportunity to read and review.
Release Date: September 1Title: White Ribbon
Author(s): Aleatha Romig
Series: Sin Series #0.5
Also in this series: Red Sin , Green Envy, Gold Lust
Published by Romig Works on September 1, 2021
Genre(s): Romantic Suspense
Julia McGrath’s world is shaken.
Seizing the opportunity to flee her commitments, obligations, and the lies she’s accepted for too long, Julia embarks on a quest for a new life. Replying to a job listing has her driving away from Chicago to the northern top of Wisconsin.
A surprise snowstorm turns her world into a snow globe. Ice covered roads lead her into a snowbank. Determined to not freeze, she sets out. With the road snow covered, she follows the white ribbon.
Donovan Sherman is a private man, known as a wolf in both business and his private affairs. The last thing he plans to encounter on the snow covered road near his home is a nearly frozen woman. Even a wolf has a den.
Feel the heat as these two individuals discover what life has to offer along the white ribbon of snow.
Have you been Aleatha’d?
From New York Times bestselling author Aleatha Romig comes a brand-new romantic-suspense series—Sin Series. White Ribbon is a limited-time prequel to book one of the Sin Series, RED SIN.
I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
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When I picked up 📚White Ribbon, I expected to be entertained, but what I never saw coming was the length of the book and the dreaded cliff hanger awaiting me at the end. Despite the unexpected events it proved to be a great start to The Sin series. The characters intrigued me, but the hero snagged my attention the most. From the moment of his introduction I sensed this air of mystery around him and I wanted to know more.
Already I can see that Julia is a strong heroine. The fact she is willing to walk away from her life of comfort to start over somewhere new took guts.
The story had some predictable moments, but the scene at the end did not possess an ounce of predictability. I certainly was not expecting that outcome and now I am eager to get my hands on Red Sin.
Julia has made a bigger decision than the the one she made when she left everything behind. A decision that is sure to have quite a rippling effect. I am looking forward to see how this event will play out.
Overall, 📚White Ribbon was an interesting read, which featured intriguing characters and will leave you hankering for more.
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