Review of Sin and Vengeance by CJ West

4 out of 5 Stars for Sin and Vengeance by CJ West

The hero, Charlie is one of those guys that I related to instantly.
Once a star athlete, Charlie is so heartbreakingly lost at the opening
of this story. Due to a knee injury, his dreams of playing football are
gone. He goes from the top of the world to rock bottom, and I felt for
him, I really did. On top of that loss, he’s getting pressured from his
family to join the family business, which isn’t Charlie’s idea of his
ideal job.

The future looking grim, Charlie hooks up with a new friend, a bad
boy, for some fun. Things go downhill right away. Soon, the mystery
begins and Charlie’s life is in danger. He is on the run for his life,
trying to protect his family in the process.

The story kept me on the edge of my seat, a page turner for sure,
but I especially enjoyed reading as Charlie’s character grows in each
scene of adversity. I actually feel like I witnessed Charlie taking the
control in his life back, and that was an empowering feeling.

Published in: on June 3, 2009 at 11:56 am  Leave a Comment  

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