Sin (Corrupt Me Book 2) by Brooke Matthews

Can Sin right the wrongs of his past mistakes? Will he be able to help others all of this and more are unveiled in Corrupt Me book 2, Sin.

From the blurb:

Sinclair Gonzalez has a problem. But then again, who doesn’t?
He’s always been able to charm his way out of any mess, any tricky situation. But he doesn’t see a way of charming his way out of his current prison cell. Not when they have power-muting cuffs blocking his powers.  

That is, until the newly reformed government offers him a deal: Help them retrieve the mind control weapon stolen during the battle with Sin’s father, and they’ll lift his sentence.
It seems too good to be true.
And when they bring in London as their collateral in case Sin fails or tries to run, he knows he was right.
With the help of the man he loves and several ex-Mercenaries, Sin undertakes a mission that might very well get him and all that he holds dear killed.
But if he succeeds, he’ll finally have everything he’s ever wanted: A second chance with London.

**Sin is a second chance MM villain romance with an HEA. Each book in this series can be read as a standalone, but I would recommend reading them all and in order for deeper understanding. As for triggers, there will be descriptive and mature themes such as violence, gore, PTSD, off-page assault-both SA and not, dealings with grief-especially that of parental loss, suicidal ideations, torture, murder, smexy scenes, shibari, etc. If you have any triggers, please be cautious reading. You are also welcome to contact me if there is a specific trigger you have a question about.**

Molly Otto's Review:

Be ready to feel every single painful thought and emotion Sin has ever endured that led him to all his past decisions the good, the bad, the ugly, and the beautiful. Brooke so eloquently puts you in his mind, its mind blowing how well she handles all the pain. This book was the best representation of PTSD I have ever come across. It's handled that well. The first say 60% of this book is no lies painful, but you can feel the build up to something magical.

London understands in theory that Sin had been through a lot, yet doesn't really get it until he does, and all bets are off from there on out. These two men are so entangled together that neither is whole without the other. With time, they are able to heal and learn to trust each other.

Sin has to accept it wasn't his fault for the actions of his father, and he is allowed to be happy. With the joining of the Legion, he learns to heal and make friends and see he's not forgettable but loved.
Get ready for twists and turns that will make you smile and be gutted at the same time. It's so worth the read. Just be ready to feel a lot. All the emotions are worth it, even if they are a little painful.

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