Sunday, October 11, 2015

Savannah Sins by Jenna Fox

 
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I was given Savannah Sins for an honest review by Jenna Fox

Beverly Price can’t help but that the threat of trouble gives her a thrill but getting caught really blows because now she is convicted of a crime thanks to some well-placed cameras. Her only hope is her friend and attorney Jack and his solution leaves her with a lumpy bed and minuscule attire but at least she isn’t in prison. However, the pissed off ghost of his mother has her thinking that jail would be better.

Strange how a pissed off vengeful ghost can connect with a pissed off mom wanting justice, but then again there you have it. Although, the ghost was a little extreme in her desire for justice causing me to agree with her son’s opinion of how horrible she was in life.

So in the end you have a well written Bates Motel meets Southern Plantation owner type short story that will comfort your dark side and give you the tingles of excitement when the Jack and Beverly get their steamy garden sex.

Book Cover Rating
Given how dark Savannah Sins is the cover just doesn’t fit with the story.

Book Blurb Rating

Link for Savannah Sins

Book's Blurb
Her prison becomes his hell.

The only thing standing between Beverly Price and a prison cell is her well connected attorney, Jackson McNabb. Jackson pulls some legal strings, getting Beverly sent to his family’s plantation to work out her sentence at an isolated setting-the perfect place for sexual escapades. When Jack and Beverly act on the pent-up lust burning between them, their passion rouses an angry spirit, setting off a series of frightening paranormal events and sending Beverly fleeing the arms of her lover, leaving Jack to fight for both of their lives.