Monday, March 23, 2015

Release Blitz: One Last Sin by Georgia Cates

One Last Sin- Book 3 of The Sin Trilogy
Release Date: March 23

Bleu MacAllister’s fate lies in the hands of the enemy. Complicated circumstances have rendered her helpless to escape their clutches so she must await rescue by her less than lily-white knight. All is right again when she’s back in the arms of the man she loves until long buried secrets are unearthed. With them, Bleu finally discovers her mother’s killer along with far more than she could possibly imagine. Can she find happiness with a husband who will go to any length to keep her safe, even if it means denying her of the one thing she believes she wants most in this world?

One Last Sin Preorder:
Barnes & Noble: Coming March 23
Kobo: Coming March 23.


4 Star Review by Lisa Kane

Bleu McAllister and Sinclair Breckenridge's story wraps up in the last installment of the Sin Trilogy. When The Next Sin ended, Bleu had been kidnapped by The Order and Sin had been arrested. Both issues are resolved quickly. Bleu has some health concerns and they are Sin's top priority. He will put his wife above his loyalty to The Fellowship every time.

"A man will go to hell and back for the woman he loves. Trust me. I know what I'm talking about."

One Last Sin has a lot thrown into the mix. Besides Bleu's determination to find out who killed her mother; we have Sin's new position as the head of The Fellowship, and the power struggle going on with his uncle, Abram for control. Bleu's sister Ellison has just arrived, she's coming to stay for an extended leave. Seems she put her nursing job at risk with a little reckless partying and Bleu is her only living relative. But how to avoid telling Ellison about Bleu's position as the wife of The Fellowship's leader? Maybe, if she was willing, Ellison could be claimed as Bleu was; by one of the brothers. I know just the sexy, swoon worthy brother. Jamie's occupation of being a doctor would certainly be compatible to Ellison being a nurse. But Jamie is a cynic of love, so how will this play out?

"Think about this. No other brother has ever had Ellison. Whoever gets her would be the first. And last."

One of Sin's best friends, Leith, has been at odds with him for the last few years. Their relationship with a little lass named Lorna created a crack in their friendship's foundation and none of them have been the same. Lorna has fought her love for Leith, mostly due to his apparent loathing of her, but does he really feel like that, or is his facade due to his hurt feelings? Their drama pulls the reader in and I felt invested in their story.

The war between The Order and The Fellowship is just about to blow wide open. The Order is getting more and more bold and their attacks on The Fellowship's women is particularly heinous. Bleu wants to invest resources and time to make sure the women get training to defend themselves. No one has ever tried to better their lives in the manner that she does for them. She has earned the respect of both the men and the women of The Fellowship. No small feat for this American born, former FBI agent.

My wife wasn't born Fellowship but you'd never know it by talking to her. I don't think she could embrace this world more if she were genetically one of us. 

For reasons I won't spoil here, Bleu and Sin's wild sex life has to take a back seat for a bit. But that doesn't mean there aren't some deliciously lip smacking moments between these two.

I hear his "prelude to an orgasm" sound. He's going to come any minute. He pushes inside me one last time. Ahh...oh."

I loved this series, I think that the colorful secondary characters could easily fill another book or two-particullary Ellison-I would love to have a story about this sassy American and her new life in Scotland!

One Last Sin Excerpt One: Bleu’s POV
I watch the number above the elevator doors increase as the lift rises to our floor. Twelve. Thirteen. Fourteen. Three more to go. It’s too many when your husband pins your body against him while his hand roams downward to rub between your legs.
He’s fervent to say the least.
Warm breath moves over my ear. A tingle races down my spine and goosebumps erupt over my skin. I’m sure there’s a camera on us right now. All elevators have them. “We’re probably giving a thrill to whoever is watching the security footage.”
“Don’t give a fuck. The thrill I’m feeling is much more important to me right now.”
The doors open and we sprint toward our room. Sin is so anxious his first three attempts at unlocking the door are unsuccessful. “Son of a bitch. The keycard isn’t working.”
I hold out my hand and he places the card in my palm. I slide it in and pull it slower. Click. “Open sesame.”
“Fuck. That was sexy.”
All I did was open a door. “I put the keycard in the hole and pulled it out.”
“I know,” he growls while pulling me through the door toward the bed.
We shed our coats and go to work on all fabric barriers preventing our bodies from being bare against one another. He undresses himself while I do the same, his eyes never leaving my body. “Shite. I may come before you get naked.”
My eyes immediately drop to the crotch of his boxer briefs. He has a huge erection tenting his underwear with a wet spot covering the tip. “Don’t you dare.”
I undress faster. More than one stitch pops as I pull my dress over my head. Articles of clothing drop randomly to the floor with no regard for wrinkling.


Georgia resides in rural Mississippi with her wonderful husband, Jeff, and their two beautiful daughters. She spent fourteen years as a labor and delivery nurse before she decided to pursue her dream of becoming an author and hasn’t looked back yet.

When she’s not writing, she’s thinking about writing. When she’s being domestic, she’s listening to her iPod and visualizing scenes for her current work in progress. Every story coming from her always has a song to inspire it.

Representation: All questions regarding subsidiary rights for any of my books, inquiries regarding foreign translation and film rights should be directed to Jane Dystel of Dystel & Goderich.

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