A Sin Such as This

A Sin Such as This

In this gripping follow-up to Love Lies Beneath, #1 New York Times bestselling author Ellen Hopkins’s “fabulous, sex-filled masterpiece of mystery and romance” (Library Journal, starred review), the honeymoon ends for Tara Lattimore when her husband’s ex-girlfriend is murdered, and she becomes a prime suspect.

Tara thought she was finally settling down when she married charming, handsome Dr. Cavin Lattimore, but life seems to be only getting more complicated. During the honeymoon, Tara’s niece Kayla moved into their Lake Tahoe home and quickly hooked up with Cavin’s manipulative, seductive son Eli. In a matter of weeks, Tara has gone from rich, single San Francisco professional to suburban housewife managing her niece’s emotional ups-and-downs, as well as her stepson’s continuing overt advances.

Adding to the family drama, Tara’s younger sister Melody is going through a serious marital breakdown. During a heated argument, her husband Graham insists he and Tara once had an affair. Despite Tara’s vehement denials, Melody is desperate to find the truth.

Enter Cavin’s gorgeous ex-girlfriend, Sophia, whose sudden relocation to Lake Tahoe is causing further shake-up. When Sophia is found murdered, police quickly narrow the list of suspects to Tara, Cavin, Eli, and Kayla. All four have motive. All four have lost themselves in a complicated web of lust, jealousy, and betrayal. But how far was one of them actually willing to go? Tara has always considered herself a tough, self-made woman, on her own since she was a teen after a childhood defined by poverty, abuse, and neglect. For years, she suffered the sins of others. But that doesn’t mean she never committed her own. Are the sins of the past about to catch up with her?

Title:A Sin Such as This
ISBN:9781476743684
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    A Sin Such as This Reviews

  • Elyse

    This is a follow up to “Love Lies Beneath” - which I read three years ago when I was home - stuck in the house with a bright pink cast on my leg after having a complete ankle replacement. Tara had...

  • DJ Sakata

    Favorite Quotes:Nice guy? Kill me now… A nice guy is roughly the equivalent of a decent girl. They’re like comfort food. Satisfying, but in all the wrong ways.Worry causes wrinkles, and no one’s...

  • Nadine

    Much like the previous novel, Love Lies Beneath, A Sin Such as This is a slow paced mundane novel with an explosive ending. If you enjoyed the first novel, then you’ll definitely love its sequel.Thi...

  • Jennifer

    Tara is back at it again! In fact she might be my new favorite heroine. Say farewell to damsels in distress -- Tara Lattimore is a take-charge woman who knows what she wants and she doesn't play the v...

  • The Lit Bitch

    I’ve been curious about Ellen Hopkins for quite some time. Her books are always being checked out at my local high school library and I’ve seen a ton of students walking around with Crank in their...

  • Jackie Wolfred

    A novel that has it all.I won a copy of this book in a Goodreads giveaway...

  • Caidyn (BW Reviews; he/him/his)

    What??? Why? Just... why?...

  • Devyn

    Actual rating: 3.5 stars.I didn’t read the first book of this series, Love Lies Beneath, because I didn’t know when I requested this book that it was a sequel. However, I wasn’t confused at all....

  • Samantha

    A bit more entertaining than the last, but only the last twenty percent or so. The characters aren’t like-able in any way, shape, or form. The plot is packed full of drawn out, meaningless moments, ...

  • Skittles12393

    Ellen Hopkins is my favorite author, and I have read everything she's written.Both Love Lies Beneath and A Sin Such as This are different than her usual novels as they are in traditional prose as oppo...