a little bit of sin

A Little Bit of Sin

by Nikki Nicole
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Reviewed by: Delonya Conyers
October 2009


Sinatra Graham aka Sin was completely content in her marriage until she discovered some lipstick that wasn’t her shade on her husband Tyrell’s underwear. Completely thrown through a loop by Tyrell’s indiscretion Sin decides to play tit for tat and partake in a little indiscretion of her own. Sin thinks she found the perfect playmate when her thuggish ex-boyfriend Nino opens a car wash directly across the street from her beauty salon, She’s Gotta Have It.

But the problem with Sin’s choice is that her and Nino share more than just history. Nino fathered Sin’s eldest son Kerry, a fact she never revealed to him since they broke up right before his street dealings landed him a twenty-five year sentence. After being released early Nino’s more than willing to capitalize off of Sin’s resentment of Tyrell. Although Sin is willing to let Nino into her bedroom she knows full well that he’s still not father material and is adamant on not revealing Kerry’s parentage to Nino. Tyrell adopted Kerry as a baby and is the only father he knows and Sin plans on keeping it that way.

However Sin soon discovers that Kerry might not be the only child she produced with Nino when she turns up pregnant and is unsure if Nino or Tyrell is the father. After finally deciding to salvage her marriage to Tyrell the pregnancy couldn’t have come at a more inopportune time. Especially since Tyrell has no idea that the baby might not be his.

What did you like best about this book?
Author Nikki Nicole’s has an excellent way with words add to that the cast full of captivating characters dealing with the consequences of rash decision making made for a very intriguing read.

What did you dislike about this book?
The main character Sin played with fire and although she felt the heat I would have liked to see her get burned.

How could the author improve this book?
Since a couple of issues were left unresolved, in the next installment I’m hoping to see a full resolution.


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