Sinner by Maggie Stiefvater

Cole St. Clair – Rockstar, ex-addict, sinner…werewolf.

A werewolf who’s only just stepped back into the limelight after two years of radio silence. Some thought he was dead, others in rehab. The truth is a story he can never reveal. But none of that matters because now Cole is back and he’s going after the only thing he’s ever wanted – Isabel Culpepper.

But things don’t go as smoothly as Cole hopes – a deal with a reality show devil, the creation of an album with a fractured band and proving his worth to the girl he loves leads Cole (and readers alike) on a roller coaster of emotional twists and turns.

Edgy, slick and provocative Sinner is told from the duel perspectives of main characters Cole and Isabel. The story flip flops perfectly between the two – offering glimpses into their minds, their worlds, thoughts and feelings, giving the reader ample reasons why they should be together.

There’s nothing better than when a much loved author gives the people what they want by adding to the story of characters for whom loyal fans have been clamouring – and doing it with rockstar flare. In Sinnerauthor Maggie Stiefvater does just that and she does it the only way she can – with ample drama, the right amount of comedy and a will they/won’t they romance that will leave you on the edge of your seat. Fans of Stiefvater’s Shiver trilogy will love reading Cole and Isabel’s story, while new readers will wonder how it is they’ve gone this long without Stiefvater’s books in their lives.

Why You’ll Love It
Werewolves? Check. Romance? Check? L.A.? Check. Super swoon worthy lead character? Double check.

Choice Quote: Now the truth was that I was the one with the heart of metal. I was the one always walking away.

Sinner is published by Scholastic Inc

*This post was originally published on The O’Deary Library


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