Sinful Knight is the first book in Alex’s trilogy, and if you think you know what to expect, I can assure you that you have no idea. Sure, Alex is decadently sinful, but he’s so much more than that.
I’ve been impatiently waiting for Alex’s story since the moment he was introduced, but nothing has been what I thought it would be. Alex and his vixen have more in common than either of them realizes, and while I may not know where their story is going, I do know that it seems that Lorraine has saved the best for last.
Alex and Vixen’s story is unlike the rest of the couple’s, not least because of how they met.Because of that, I’m going to be much more vague than normal.
Vixen is in a tough spot, but while she may not be happy about the situation she’s in, there’s nothing that would stop her from doing everything she had to for her family. Sounds familiar, yeah? She seems to be embracing parts of herself she never knew were there. She’s all innocence and vigor, shy and sassy. The way she embraces more of herself as the story plays out is an empowering feeling. She’s so much more than what she sees in herself.
Alex is only a fraction of what we have seen of him to this point. While it might be completely different circumstances, the way he and Vixen see themselves is eerily similar, and maybe that is what sparked their connection. Alex may be quick to joke and make light of everything, but there’s so much more to him than meets the eye.
Alex and Vixen’s connection is explosive and very unique—just another element that sets them apart from the previous characters. One taste and they were addicted, but they also have a bit of a slow burn. Not a normal one, but a Knight’s Ridge slow-burn, which means there’s no shortage of steamy moments, so don’t worry because it’s hot AF.
I lost count of how many tears I shed. the times I had to wipe my tears in order to see the words. This story is as sinfully steamy as it is heartbreaking. I’m not sure I’ve ever wished I could dive inside a fictional world as badly as I did while reading Alex and Vixen’s story. If for nothing else, just wrap them in a hug and remind them that they are so much more than their circumstances. They were more than what they saw when they looked in the mirror. Everything about them made me love them more.
Sinful Knight is yet another example of why Lorraine’s talent never ceases to leave me in awe. An all-consuming combination of explosive chemistry, a decadently sinful knight, a sweet yet vixeny heroine, twists and turns that will leave you breathless, epically sinful steam, and a cliffhanger that will have you tossing your kindle
Knight’s Ridge series may be set in a country I’ve never been to, but it’s come to feel like home. This series is about so much more than the storylines of each trilogy (although each is addictive AF). It’s the ride-or-die friendship between the characters that you feel a part of from The Wicked Knight on, and it’s a feeling that becomes more ingrained in you with every book. I’m not ready to see it end, but I have no doubt that the next two Sinful books will be a helluva goodbye to this beloved series.
About the book
The night we met, she left behind a lot more than just her shoes on my bedroom floor.
She left an impression.
A lasting memory burned into my brain. It teases me… tortures me.
Months have passed since that night. I’ve tried a million and one ways to get her out of my head.
But she’s always there. Haunting me. Stealing my sinful thoughts. Fuelling my darkest desires.
I warned her to stay away. But I didn’t mean it— not really.
Before I can make her mine, I’ll have to find her. With nothing more than her red heels, it’s impossible.
Until I stumble across her in the exact same place I found her the first time… and the last place I expected her to be.
She didn’t heed my warning.
And she’s about to learn to take my threats more seriously.
I want to claim her, but she’s not mine to keep. So I’ll take what I can get, and be the one to walk away this time.
My mistake was thinking I would always know where to find her. I just hope this time I’m not too late.