Sinners are Winners by Lani Lynn Vale

Sinners are Winners by Lani Lynn Vale


Sinners are Winners by Lani Lynn Vale
Rating:five-stars
Sinners are Winners by Lani Lynn Vale
Series: KPD Motorcycle Patrol #5
Genres: Romantic Suspense

He saw her from across a crowded ballpark and knew she was about to change his life.
Yes, he realizes just how cliché that really is, but the moment his eyes locked on her, he knew that she was the one.
At least, the one that royally screwed him over. The one responsible for his demotion and the subsequent disciplinary action taken against him before he’d even gotten out of the probationary period with Kilgore Police Department.
It all started with a kiss.
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Saylor Rae Spada tried to mind her business. She also tried to not get involved in petty disputes.
However, from the moment she saw him sitting next to her at a professional baseball game, a game she didn’t even want to be at but was dragged to by her blind date, she couldn’t look away.
Then the kiss cam came on, featuring none other than her and the handsome stranger.
Without missing a beat, he kissed her.
Then her blind date decided to pull a knife and try to stab him.
From that point forward, she’s done nothing but cause him trouble.
Trouble that he’s starting to find increasingly adorable.

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Also in this series: Hide Your Crazy, It Wasn't Me, I'd Rather Not, Make Me, If You Say So

I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This post contains affiliate links, meaning I’ll receive a small commission should you purchase using those links. All opinions expressed are my own. I receive no compensation for reviews.


My Review

Sailor (the daughter of Adeline and Tiago “Kettle” Spada) was one of my favorite children from past books. She was born deaf and her parents were more than a little scared. However, Dixie, an MC member told her parents she was perfect and that helped them settle their fears. I wondered if her deafness would play into her story. It does but it doesn’t hinder her much.

Lachlan Downey, Jr, or Lock,( the son of the Kilgore SWAT team negotiator, Lachlan Downy, Sr and his wife, Memphis ) is also a police officer. He was set to follow in his father’s footsteps but a kiss-cam incident at a ball game with Sailor puts him on the motorcycle patrol. While the kiss is hot the two don’t see each other again until their friends’ wedding which also happens to be the night before Sailor is set to leave and move back home.

Lock knows he can’t let her leave. They need to see where this chemistry between them and the feelings they have will take them. So he puts a plan in motion. One that includes his mother. Of course there is always someone out to stop that happiness.

I loved, LOVED these two together! They have such chemistry but also a sweetness that really brings their relationship to the next level. Lock is perfect for Sailor much to Kettle’s chagrin but even he can see it. Her deafness didn’t bother Lock at all. In fact, it is mention and discussed but not in a horrible way as I said. I also adored getting to see both sets of parents. We even find out a little about our next character.

About Lani Lynn Vale

Lani Lynn Vale is a USA Today Bestselling Author of over thirty titles. She is married with three children, two dogs, two cats, a donkey, and a couple (a couple also meaning over twenty) chickens.

When she’s not writing, you can find her curled up in her favorite chair reading.

Lani is married with three children, and lives in the Great State of Texas.

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19 Comments

  1. Catchy title and it Sound like an awesome read. Makes the mind wonder what happened with these two marriage, seperation etc.? I’ll have to read it to find out!

  2. This one sounds so interesting! I was curious about how involving a deaf heroine plays into the story, thanks for including that in your review 🙂 I ‘speak’ a little ASL, and this one definitely caught my eye!

  3. Back in my teens, in the late 70’s, ‘romance’ novels were nothing like this, lol. They were very Barbara Cartland style reads. I have a feeling this is different!

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