I actually really liked both Dirk and Saylor. They're so very different but fit each other perfectly. The connection between them was powerful and strong right from the start and they jump in feet first. But somehow it worked. The feeling of Fate or divine intervention surround them quite often--again something that's either going to work for you or not. It's a hard path they're sent down as they deal with his club commitments, rivals and some things that are out of their control. It's one that showed their strength and love and brought out both the good and sometimes bad in them as they dealt with it. And it is ugly. There's no sugar coating this one. This is a read that will hit close to home for some and it's not a romance or life that's all prettied up. But the love that happens because of it is knock you flat stunning.
My only complaint was that writing that felt somewhat stilted now and again because of its lack of contractions. (It is Monday vs It's Monday) Nothing technically wrong with it but it just felt awkward sometimes. A minor complaint overall, though.
Overall, Sinner's Creed is a different sort of romance. Jones took a big risk with this one but I think it paid off. The romance and love between these two is overwhelming and beautiful even if it's heartbreaking. Hang in there though. There's a happy ending...of sorts. It just might not be what you expect.
Quote to come. My Kindle died and is charging. lol
Saylor Samson grew up far from the harshness of Dirk’s world. But ever since she was seventeen she’s been drawn to this dark and mysterious man who always seemed to show up just when she needed him.
After years of fated encounters, he’s back. This time he’s taking her. This time she’s ready for the ride. But just when the darkness in Dirk’s life begins to fade, Saylor reveals a secret that puts them both to the ultimate test. Now, Dirk has to make a decision: submit to his destiny with the MC, or choose his own.