The Sinner by Emma Scott is now live!

Shy, introverted Lucy Dennings lives a quiet little life in New York City, working for a nonprofit and keeping to herself. Every afternoon, she goes home to her empty apartment and Edgar, her houseplant, and every night, she loses herself in the pages of her beloved romance novels. Her lonely heart seeks solace in tales of passionate, enduring, all-consuming love, but more and more, Lucy feels she’s not just reading for pleasure but searching for a lost piece of herself in the pages. As if she once touched something beautiful but it’s been ripped away. Until one day Lucy discovers a dead body in the alley behind her apartment. Even if it’s too late, her first instinct is to help. Her second is to run. Because the dead body isn’t so very dead, and suddenly, her little world isn’t so little but one in which dreams feel like memories, “inner demons” actually lurk in dark alleys, and a beautiful creature of darkness with amber eyes and wings like night might hold the key to what her heart has been aching for…if she doesn’t fall down the path of eternal damnation first.

From USA Today and Wall Street Journal bestselling author, Emma Scott, comes an emotional paranormal love story of passion, sacrifice, and the soul-deep love of a lifetime…more than one

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Meet Emma

Emma Scott is a USA Today and Wall St. Journal bestselling author whose books have been translated in five languages and featured in Buzzfeed, Huffington Post, New York Daily News and USA Today’s Happy Ever After. She writes emotional, character-driven romances in which art and love intertwine to heal, and in which love always wins. If you enjoy emotionally-charged stories that rip your heart out and put it back together again, with diverse characters and kind-hearted heroes, you will enjoy her novels. Visit www.emmascottwrites.com

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My Review: ***** The Sinner by Emma Scott is an experience! I’m not a typical paranormal/ fantasy reader, but I love Emma Scott’s writing and thought it was worth a chance, so happy that I did! This story is about a fake relationship, forbidden love, true love over time, and eternal love. As you read this amazing story, I hope to question everything and really give it some thought. Questions you might be asking yourself while reading this amazing tale are: is there an afterlife? When happens in the afterlife? Are there angels and demons? What determines your status as either an angel or demon? Is reincarnation a possibility? Do you always come back as the same person? Are your dreams hints of what happened in a previous life? Are you destined to relive your life until you get it right? Is love transcendent?   Here are a few of my favorite lines: “Grief is not love. Greif is penance for living after love has died.” “What is death but a new beginning? And every new beginning comes from some other beginning’s end.” “I dance with a devil in the pale moonlight.” “Dreams become memories become now.”