Since her inaugural venture to Earth, Cassie, Virtue of Chastity, has been lost in a sea of doubt. All of Heaven knows how badly she botched her first job. So when the Almighty gives her a new job–one in Sin City–no one is more surprised than she.
Ira, Sin of Wrath, requires only a drink, a cigarette, and a warm girl to keep him happy–which makes his new Vegas assignment a very welcome trip. Ira might be there to work, but that hardly means he won’t find time to play… And when he spies a gorgeous blonde wandering through a casino, he knows she’ll make the perfect playmate. Until, of course, he discovers she’s off limits–not to mention, the enemy.
The strain between Heaven and Hell intensifies by the day, as does Ira’s struggle to keep his hands off Cassie’s chastity. With a job to do, and a Virtue stretching Ira’s ability to control his devil-born lust, maintaining priorities has never been harder. And Ira discovers, come Heaven or Hell, he’s just waiting for an excuse to show Cassie how good being bad can be.
Review: So I found the third deadly sin to be Wraith and in this case it is a man. Things change a little for these two as someone gives the go ahead for Armageddon to start. If things aren’t already mixed up…Because of reading these stories I have had to rethink my whole good and evil thing from Sunday school because I do not like Big J very much. But Luc on the other hand…
Once again Ms. Stanton gives us characters that are easy to identify with. The struggle becomes realistic when the temptation is hard to ignore. The dialogue is simply fun…along with the interaction between these two.
I enjoyed the realism that Ms. Stanton brings to her stories. How she took the seven deadly sins and humanized them. Things didn’t work out the way I had them figured out. The twists added a new dimension to the story added that little bit of something extra.
I am waiting for the next in this series…But can I have Luc, please?