The team of Carter Sinclair and Riley Thompson has ruled the sport of Beach Volleyball for years. Partners on the court for six years, and friends with benefits off the court for almost as long, Sinclair and Thompson are on top of the world. Until a photo of Sin and Riley in a compromising position goes viral. Shouldnt be a problem, Sin and Riley have been together for years. Except, Riley is straight. Or so he claims. But when Sins estranged father dies, something as mundane as a sex scandal is the least of their worries. Scandal not of their own making puts Rileys dream of Olympic gold on hold. And threatens to cost him his partner on the court and off. He has two choices, he can pretend the photo never happened, and find a new partner. Or admit his feelings and choose a lifetime of Courting Sin. ...
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|Number of Pages||:||190 pages|
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Courting Sin Reviews
Each author has their style of storytelling and to me this Mercy's. I've read pretty much all her books and I feel like sometimes it's written just for me. I don't like easy or simple reads, I like them dark, I like sex in my books which she does very well (and not just a few lines, I mean the kind that takes 4 pages to describe in detail what's happening and if you add in dirty talk even better) and I love how she doesn't shy away from hard subjects or afraid to spell it out. This sounds stupid ...more
This book was amazing! It left me wrecked, in a good way. The characters were believable and likable, well-developed. The story moved fast. I was invested from the beginning.
*** Trigger warning: I feel like I should mention there was abuse described, but not in great detail.
Really enjoyed this new one from Mercy Celeste!! It was centered around the world of volleyball which I know nothing about...and the two main characters are partners who may or may not be into each other :) See what I did there? No spoilers from me!! It was a really fun read...and I loved the two main characters...whew, the bedroom scenes were HOT!! Looking forward to Mercy's next book!
Courting Sin is a great, hot summer romance. Set on the beaches in Florida, featuring sexy, young, guys getting sweaty, this story is great by the pool, or lying in bed wishing you were. The sex scenes are hot, like Mercy Celeste at her best-hot. They will leave you breathless.
Sin is a professional volleyball player. He’s sweet, a nice guy, a good friend, close to his mother, and in love with his best friend and teammate. Unfortunately, Riley is very much straight and living his dream. He gets ...more
This would have been a good book if it were only about two friends with benefits who played competitive beach volleyball and fell in love. If it were only a friends to lover m/m sports contemporary romance. It could have been fun and sexy and a joy to read. Instead there was this melodrama evil family secrets twisted backstory that really sucked. Not to mention there were loads of grammar errors and past/present tense mixed up. And the author messed up the ending reminding us that we were readin ...more
Loved this story even though it makes your heart hurt in certain chapters. Very well done storyline and charters both.
First a caveat....the cover in no way represents characters or storyline. Cover would seem to be about a summer romp with 2 teenagers but this is a grown up story from start to finish. This was a ultra romantic /family drama about 2 competitive volleyball players, which is only time to cover. Man, did I love Carter/Sin and Riley....2 flawed and rough around the edges guys that were seriously hiding behind fears. Worst case of lack of communication ever! It really fit who each was th ...more
This book has a good story base. So really I don’t understand why it needed to be so over the top. Biggest thing that bugs me is the way the surrounding plots just barreled into the main storyline. It was inelegantly done and bordered on a sort of trauma theater that I found off putting. There was no need for it as well as the soap opera level plot involving Step-Mommy Dearest. It felt like two completely different books trying disastrously to take up the same space.
Also, (view spoiler)[there is ...more