Genres: Contemporary Romance
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He saw her from across a crowded ballpark and knew she was about to change his life.
Yes, he realizes just how cliché that really is, but the moment his eyes locked on her, he knew that she was the one.
At least, the one that royally screwed him over. The one responsible for his demotion and the subsequent disciplinary action taken against him before he’d even gotten out of the probationary period with Kilgore Police Department.
It all started with a kiss.
Saylor Rae Spada tried to mind her business. She also tried to not get involved in petty disputes.
However, from the moment she saw him sitting next to her at a professional baseball game, a game she didn’t even want to be at but was dragged to by her blind date, she couldn’t look away.
Then the kiss cam came on, featuring none other than her and the handsome stranger.
Without missing a beat, he kissed her.
Then her blind date decided to pull a knife and try to stab him.
From that point forward, she’s done nothing but cause him trouble.
Trouble that he’s starting to find increasingly adorable.
Sinners are Winners is book five in the KPD Motorcycle Patrol series and another winner in my book. I love seeing all the kids from some of my favorite couples pair off in their own stories and this time we get “Baby Lock”, Lock and Memphis son, and Saylor Spada who is Kettle and Memphis daughter. I love these stories because I feel like I’m catching up on everyone and it makes me want to go back and reread the parent’s love stories all over again.
Some days I wake up and think ‘I got this.’ Other days I wake up and think, ‘Fuck my life.’
Saylor has moved to Kilgore to try and get out from under her father’s over protectiveness and the watchful eye of the MC, the Dixie Wardens. While at a ball game with a date from hell, she ends up on the kiss cam with the hottie next to her, who happens to be Lock and he plants one on her that rocks her world and his. But her “date” breaks them apart, nearly attacking them and Saylor makes a break for it, running from the stadium but never forgetting Lock or the kiss. Fast forward six months later and fate finally steps in to try and bring them together. Saylor just happens to be baking a cake for Lock’s friend’s wedding and needs a place to make it. After six months of looking for a job, she’s about ready to give up and go home but in doing one last favor for a friend, ends up reconnecting with Lock and deciding to try and stay and see where a relationship can go. But when mysterious letters start appearing in the mail, Lock won’t only have to fight to win Saylor’s heart, but also to keep her safe.
“Sometimes, I think that I have my life together. That I know what I want.”
“You don’t know what you want?”
“Not really,” he admitted. “Well, I know one thing for sure.”
“That you’re there, in every scenario.”
Seriously, I’m addicted to everything this lady writes and can never get enough of her books. Lock is sweet and totally swoon worthy. Saylor is just as sweet and their relationship just felt as natural as breathing. It is sort of instant but still really well done and works well with these characters. There’s just the right amount of suspense, romance and laughter that kept me glued until the last page. I also can’t wait for a new book with a character that we get introduced to. Super intriguing back story so I’m really hoping that book comes soon. A swoon worthy four star read.
Before you marry someone, you should always play Monopoly with them. That way you know how they’ll react when you put a hotel on every single space and ultimately ruin their life. If they stay with you after you cheat like an asshole, then they’re keepers.