Review: Sin In Suburbia by S. Cole

Release: May 13, 2016
Genre: Thriller with a romantic twist
Multiple POV - 3rd person
Heat: Descriptive
Type: Standalone - Brookston Housewives #1
Length: 172 pages
Format: ebook purchase from Amazon


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Blurb
If you walk the streets of Sapphire Court, you are sure to meet Calista Cavanaugh. She’s a blonde bombshell with wit, charm, and the biggest personality Brookston has ever seen. Cali lives in the large house in the middle of the street with her perfect husband and two perfect little boys. She resides near her closest friends, four other Brookston housewives, and always has a glass of wine in her hand.

Calista seems to have the picture perfect life. However, when you check your mailbox and you decide to go look closer through the cracks in her curtains, you will discover Calista’s house is tainted by secrets and deception.

Welcome to the neighborhood.


My Review

★★★★☆

You know those books that are nothing like what you'd expect? You go in blind and are blown away? My first read from S. Cole was absolutely phenomenal!

The suburb of Brookston is just like any other residential community - full of families, cookouts, dinner parties, gossip, and superficial friendships. But there is a layer of darkness that hangs over this housing development. The same person smiling in your face is stabbing you in your back. You don't know who to trust and you just may be letting the devil into your life. There is absolutely no love lost between these people. I don't even think they know the true meaning of love or loyalty.

Sin in Suburbia was thrilling and sexy and had me wanting to discover all of the secrets of its characters. I felt bad for some and nothing for others. It was very hard to like these people because no one was inherently good. I still don't know all there is to know so I'll definitely be reading the next book in the series to find out!

About The Author
S. Cole, otherwise known as Shay Cole, is a new-ish author. She has written stories for as long as she can remember. The characters that reside in her little black heart finally bothered her enough that she had to share them with fellow book lovers.

Shay grew up in a home where she was taught to embrace her inner nerd and creativity . . . and her short stature. At 5’1, Shay is that short girl who writes about deranged, devious, and sexy villains.

You can stalk S. Cole by following her on Instagram @authorscole and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/authors.cole.1 or visiting her website, www.authorscole.com

You can follow her on Twitter @authorscole but you won’t get much stalking done there because she sucks at Twitter.

You can contact S. Cole through her email authorscole@gmail.com

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