This is the 6th book in the Original Sinners Series and the 2nd book in the White Years quartet.
Kingsley is now my favorite Original Sinner. I love the contrary aspects of his character. To the general public, he is incredibly self-indulgent, but yet he isn’t selfish. He goes to great lengths to provide for and assist those that he cares about. He is well-educated, but acknowledges his ignorance in comparison to Soren. He is physically strong, but yet he is still vulnerable. He is unrepentant but respects certain aspects of the church. He is protective, but can viscously attack when provoked. Finally, I like how Kingsley draws decisive lines between right and wrong.
My absolute favorite (non-spoiler) part of the book was when Kingsley is speaking with Reverend Fuller’s assistant, Chastity. Kingsley’s use of double entendre is hysterically amusing (and of course fitting for the 1/2 Frenchman).
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The next in the series is “The Virgin” to be released on March 31, 2015.
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