Trinity Lane Winslow stepped out of her fantasy world and into the real one on a quest to obtain the object of her desire—Reid Addison. The pursuit led her to the infamous Madam Jacqueline Claudette Rousseau, the man she craved, and the debonair Lord Archer, the man who offered what she really longed for—love.
When Reid revealed his dark side, he knew he’d sealed his fate and pushed Trinity into the waiting arms of Lord Archer. Can he live with his decision?
Lord Archer would do anything for his beautiful Trinity, but is he strong enough to hold onto her with all that conspire against them?
Author: London Saint James
Genre: Contemporary Erotic Romance
Audibook Audio Format
Narration by: Kitty Barclay
Listen time: 8 hrs. 52 mins.
Reviewed by Maven
5 Stars – Highly Recommended Read!
First, I want to say thank you to the author, Ms. St. James for making my last official book review such a great one. I’m retiring from the review business, hanging up the old reviewer hat as it were, and this is my last hurrah. I’m happy to have been able to read and review so many wonderful books over the years, and I’m thrilled to be able to go out into that good night on a good note.
I had the pleasure of listening to The Good Sister: Part One. The first part of this two book story about Trinity, and I loved book one. Let me say, I loved book two even more. The Good Sister: Part Two has Trinity making a huge decision for her life, and then once she has made it, she moves forward full force. In the first book we start to see Trinity blossom. In the second and last book, we see her turn into a full blown exquisite bloom.
The world building and depth of the characters are extraordinary. The narration is done to perfection. I chuckled. I cried. I found myself getting a little hot because the sex is scorching! Trinity and Lord Archer are fantastic together, and Reid? Well Reid gave me a heartbreaking moment. The Good Sister: Part Two also has some surprises along the way, with an extra tense, tear inducing moment near the end.
Without giving the book away, I’ll say Trinity finally finds true happiness and love, and her own happily ever after. Well done, Ms. Saint James.