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Hudson Blake.

Tattooed. Hot. My best friend's brother. Off-limits, except for that one night.

That one night cannot be spoken of. Cannot be thought of. Cannot allow myself to daydream.

Daydream that I'm going to become someone. That he can see me as someone.

Someone to love. To forget. To believe. To taste.

To make me forget my everlasting sin once and for all.

©2014 J. S. Cooper (P)2014 J. S. Cooper

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Everlasting SIn

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I was really excited about this book, & couldn't wait to get my hands on it. But then I finally got it & I just didn't fell inlove with the story or the characters at all. The story for me felt too rushed & it was too short for my liking.

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Everlasting Sin is sinfully good!

This is probably one of my favorite books by JS Cooper! The narrator really brought this book to life for me. Hudson and Riley grew up together. Hudson was the older brother of Riley's best friend. When he was young, he picked on her,but then became her protector. As they grew up, Riley and Hudson began to have feelings for each other. Hudson was Riley's first kiss and it was one neither could forget. Hudson went to college and met Clara. Even when he was with Clara, Riley was who was on his mind. One night changed everything as a tragedy happened and both blame themselves. Hudson thinks he's no good and stays out of Riley's life. After 4 years, they cross paths again and the love they have for the other is still there. Will Hudson continue to push Riley away or can Riley convince him that he's good enough? You must listen to this book to find out! 5+ stars!!

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Oh what sins we carry

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I really liked this story and the narrator. The book takes you back to the beginning where and how they met. It is just a wonderful sweet heartbreaking listen. It seems a lot of people have sins some may even shock you. The author throws some twists you won’t see coming as she takes you on a heartbreaking story of young love that went wrong.

I loved M. Capehart as the narrator she has a lovely voice that is very smooth and enjoyable. She even had the whinny brat down to a T. There are no background noises just a rich enjoyable listen. It was easy to tell who was talking. Here male and female voices were very enjoyable. You could not tell if any breaks were taken. There were no high or low changes in her voice it was just a very pleasurable listen. For me she bought the story together as I could feel the pain or surprise of each character.

Ms. Cooper gives a wonderful tale of first love, young love that goes all the way back to school. It is a sweet story until one night everything changed. How can one sweet wonderful night go so wrong? Just when you think you have the lay of the land the author changes the road and you are left with your mouth hung open. The love is as real as the pain, we each have choices and sometimes those choices will hurt another.

Riley and Hudson have had a thing since they were young. Hudson always picked on Riley until the day her mother said enough. That day changed everything as they grew up both liking the other but neither knew until one night that they couldn’t change changed everything and they went different ways. I really liked all these characters but Luke I didn’t care too much from him from the start. He did grow on me but he has a few sins of his own. It does seem everyone has sins that they will carry until their dying day. So much hurt and pain you will be twisted as to who you feel for the most. There will be a few places where you will say OH NO. There is sorrow and lots of pain but it does have a HAE. I see this is a series. I am looking forward to seeing how Luke’s story ends.

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Sinfully Addicting!

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***Received this audiobook for exchange for my honest review***
*** Note this review is for Books, Coffee, and Wine Audio Book Blog***


An amazingly sinful summer night changed the lives of Riley and Hudson forever. Hudson never intended to fall for his sister’s best friend and the girl he promised to look after since they were kids, but the pull toward Riley was strong and undeniable. One night, a few hours of happiness, is the all couple has together, before a horrible tragedy pulls them apart, and the time they spent together is little more than memories and a sinful secret. After years of trying to forget and move on, Riley and Hudson once again find one another. But past passions and painful skeletons battle for the future and a story of growing up, forgiveness, and undeniable love is told.

I really enjoyed both Riley and Hudson. Riley’s innocence really helped to define her character. She is so sweet and caring it was easy to like her, and I could see how Hudson became so mesmerized by her. My feelings on Hudson are more complex. At times I thought he was perfect, sexy, protective, and caring. Other times, I was confused by his actions, and was disappointed in his decisions. Nonetheless, in the end I was won over, I understood why Riley had such strong feelings for him. Hudson and Riley’s story kept me on the edge of my seat. The story is told in a way that keeps you guessing and wanting more! I loved the way the details unveil themselves throughout the book.













What does M. Capehart bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

Everlasting Sin is narrated by M. Capehart. I enjoyed her crystal clear voice and found myself lost in her words.

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As the story is written in duel of point of view, I felt it would have been more effective to have a male speak for Hudson, but M. Capehart did a good job with both characters and I would recommend this audiobook.

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Hudson & Riley’s Sweet And Heartbreaking Story!

Hudson & Riley’s Sweet And Heartbreaking Story Is A Slow Burn Romance That Begins In First Grade And Spans Fifteen Years! Riley, twenty-one, has been in love with Hudson Blake most of her young life. He had briefly been the bane of her existence, but he soon became her protector. His sister Eden had become her best friend, so she spent a lot of time at his house growing up. He had been a fixture in her life since age six. She saw less of him when he went away to college of course, but she had always hoped that they might one day be together, and she had reason to hope that he might feel the same about her. She could have gone to a highly ranked school, but when it came time to apply to college she knew following Hudson to State and studying journalism was the right choice for her. Hudson Blake, twenty-four, is atoning for his sin. Broody and broken, he has a single focus. He tries to block out all thoughts of Riley since he can never be with her. She had been like a second sister to him, but when she turned fifteen his feelings for her began to change – which was wrong for so many reasons. He was supposed to be her protector. She was his little sister’s best friend – not to mention that she was too young. But going away to college had separated them, and soon their lives had drifted apart. Hudson and Riley’s sweet and heartbreaking story is a slow burn romance that begins in first grade and spans fifteen years. Hudson is adorably kind to little Riley. He has a deep sense of responsibility, which is both good and bad. Riley is sweet and innocent. Their conversations are cute. They make an adorable couple, and watching their story develop over the years is endearing. The couple eventually earns their happy ending. There are a few issues that merit mention. *Spoilers* First, it is a little difficult to follow why Hudson is still living away at State a few yeas after graduation, and unclear what he is doing there. Also, there appears to be a typo when Riley is said to be eighteen. She should have been seventeen at the beginning of her senior year of high school. Next, that Hudson suddenly gets involved in a certain activity at age twenty-four and immediately excels in it despite fierce competition seems a little convenient. And that Hudson takes things to such extremes in terms of his sense of responsibility and the resultant actions, feels a bit dramatic. Finally, it is hard to imagine a four year gap in time could take place without them seeing one another or without addressing their outstanding issues. Hudson and Riley’s tender story is a quick read about patient love. It is nicely written. The plot is fairly simple but there are a few twists. The story is written in first person. The POV alternates between Hudson and Riley. I rate this book four stars. As for the Audio: it is nicely performed and consistent with the book. I received a copy of this book and audiobook and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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I skipped the first half

I'm not sure if it was just my mood or what but I skipped through a bunch of the first half of the book after that it was pretty good.

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Marie G

J.S. Cooper has done it again. Another great book of love! One persons different kinds of love.

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LOVE

This book was so great to listen to I highly loved listening to this. C.

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Guilt

The story is ok. But why do people feel responsible for someone else in responsibility. I think is waste of time of story.

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Everlasting great audio

I like J.S Copper stories. She wrote stories that touch your heart . This story is about puppy love that grows and binds the hero and heroine together. The hero has a protective side towards the heroine. Hero is Hudson. Heroine is Riley. Grab it and see what real love is about The narrator performance is great. Her voice is smooth, clear and strong