Book Review: One Last Sin by Georgia Cates

One Last Sin

Title: One Last Sin (The Sin Trilogy #3)
Author: @GeorgiaCates
Reviewer: Grace
Genre: Romantic Suspense
Length: 254 pages
Rating: 4 stars


Bleu MacAllister’s fate lies in the hands of the enemy. Complicated circumstances have rendered her helpless to escape their clutches so she must await rescue by her less than lily-white knight. All is right again when she’s back in the arms of the man she loves until long buried secrets are unearthed. With them, Bleu finally discovers her mother’s killer along with far more than she could possibly imagine. Can she find happiness with a husband who will go to any length to keep her safe, even if it means denying her of the one thing she believes she wants most in this world?

Grace Review

This conclusion to this mafia trilogy is filled with villains, yet it’s the love story between Sin and his Bonnie Bleu, that shine through.

This is another book that got away from me.  I loved the first two books in the series, but the timing of the third book was one that slipped through the cracks of my reading schedule.  When the author ran a special sale on the complete trilogy, I knew I had to 1-click.

The story picks up right where the last one left off, with Bleu being kidnapped and Sin being arrested.  The Order is pulling all the punches to bring down the pair, but haven’t given the two enough credit.  Both of them handle their situations with intelligence, and in Bleu’s case, used a combination of physical training and selflessness.  With each book, Bleu has set herself apart from many heroines, and this book is no different.

As I mentioned previously, throughout the story, the two face off against multiple villains.  And they eliminate each one very differently.  One is out of protection, one out of anger for a complete disregard for rules and morals, and one is pure torture, but for the right reasons.  Both got vengeance against those that were trying to destroy them.  What surprised me, was how pragmatic they were with the last one.  Sin is absolutely right about doing what he did to protect Bleu.  And it showed the depth of his love for her.

“Sin changed everything.  I realized the white knight wasn’t for me.  I prefer the alpha wolf.  He never hesitates to devour me.”

My only criticism with the villains is that it all seemed too easy.  Nothing was drawn out.  And it seemed to end before it started.  I would have liked a bit more angst or tension in these parts.

“You’re filled by a darkness that isn’t your fault.  I’m asking you to pass it on to me.  Let me carry it for you.”

Having said my critique, it is clear that the author wanted the love of this couple to show through.  There are so many touching moments, particularly with the oncoming arrival of their babies.  There’s also plenty of heat, if you are looking for that.  Bleu is one horny baby momma, lol.

There were some unanswered questions regarding some side characters, so I wouldn’t mind if there are spinoff books for them.  But this is the end of Sin and Bleu’s journey.  One that started out of revenge, and ended on love, acceptance, and support of one another.

“Into me . . . you see.”

– Grace

Book 1, A Necessary Sin: Amazon USAmazon UK

Book 2, The Next Sin: Amazon USAmazon UK

Book 3, One Last Sin: Amazon USAmazon UK

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