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Publisher's Summary

Reveling in Sin is the third audiobook in New York Times best-selling author Meghan March's epically romantic and addictive Sin trilogy.

Whitney Gable is the kind of woman you fight to the death to protect. To keep. To cherish. I've finally learned my lesson, and it's time to prove I'm the man who's worthy of her. I don't care what it takes, because failure is not an option.

No matter who or what stands in our way - this time, she'll be mine forever.

©2018 Meghan March (P)2018 Meghan March

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Lots of Twists, Turns, and Boring at times

I really enjoyed Book 1 in the series, but Book 2 was such a disappointment that I was hoping the 3rd book would be the charm. Here is what I disliked about the entire series. Too much self-loathing and drama. It was like high school tries to meet adulthood and the characters were so petty.

I am a huge Meghan March fan, but her last 3 series have fallen short. I really miss the Beneath and Dirty series days.

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Almost disappointed

I love Meghan March and own/purchase anything she creates. However, I’m disappointed that this book was rushed from start to end. It felt like she was missing the train to the Moon and had to get everything out in this book.

I liked that many things came out and cleared, but seriously are we going to play the money thing where you kill one and save 2/3 to get another series out. It’s business, but I’m almost disappointed that it had to play out this way.

About the story - it was good and will keep you
On the edge. Don’t want to giveaway anything; so think that the major ticket items will get somewhat resolved if not completely resolved. You’ll be happy with the end results but as I said at the beginning; it felt rushed and a hint/prelude of a possible 1 or 2 series.

I would recommend it, but also think is not worth $15 for less than 6 hours of a read. In total for the series you’ll drop $45 and think if you want to pay $15 audiobook + kindle

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Sex is hot but characters are lame

I rated this book with only two stars because the narrators voices are borderline annoying and the storyline lacks any real complexity. The characters haveabsolutely no individuality and interesting use of language. Come on! Swearing is supposed to be a creative art but these characters just say the same F word over and over and over again. How dull. And Whitney couldn’t be more of a whiny overly dramatic character. Well they all are. Not Megan March’s his best work.

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Very Enjoyable. Expect the unexpected. 4.5 Stars!

As always Joe Arden and Erin Mallos's performance were superb. They definitely have the talent to bring stories to life, and ironically is the reason why, I couldn't figure out were the story was going with so many twists and turns. Whitney and Lincoln relationship was stronger, however I think the passion was missing a bit in this particular installment.

All in all, it was a very exciting and unpredictable end of a series! Can't wait for what comes next!!

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This was a pretty intense angst story

Erin Mallon is not a favorite narrator of mine. I love Joe Arden so very much with his great voices for characters within the book. He's my book honey and just love him reading any story. The Triple Crown Audible was my first encounter with Joes narration. The story was good but the four stars I chose was because of way to much anger and not enough loving between Lincoln and his love. I felt she was a whimp and too whiney. The push always with Whitney doing the leaving before he'd explain drove me up a tree. The trilogy is worth the time anyone would spend to listen or read. Enjoy

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Good Trilogy

I enjoyed this last installment in the “Sin” trilogy and the series overall. However, I really got tired of the endless chain of tragedies in the books. These two families endure more disasters in a brief period than most families do in a lifetime. I was actually waiting for the plague of locusts to arrive next! In addition, the female main character is very needy and self-critical, constantly wallowing in her “bad luck” and perceived incompetence (particularly in the first two books). She blames herself for everyone else’s bad behavior and for all of the unfortunate events that occur. It gets old. Why would the male main character — a bright, motivated, billionaire CEO — have anything to do with someone who is so weak, has no insight about her own choices, and is unable to make any decisions without everyone else’s approval? I just became more and more disillusioned with this match (other than their obvious sexual chemistry). The series is worth a listen, but get ready to have plenty of eye-rolls as you get to know the female MC.

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Least Favorite Trilogy So Far

This has been my least favorite trilogy of Meghan March so far. I’m bummed I wasted 3 credits, but it wasn’t horrible to start, and once I started I wanted to see how it ended. Not sure I’ll rush to invest in another trilogy. It’s a lot of money for a story that could could have been wrapped up in 1 or 2 books max. This last book had potential, but the author threw in way too many plot twists. Just way too many evil family members and too much death in this trilogy. It was just too unrealistic(I know it’s fiction). Narrators couldn’t save this story. Disappointed.

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OMG!!!!

This was a really good trilogy! I would legit read this if it were in a series, it was pretty good. The twist at the end was completely unexpected but gave the book the grit it needed.

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Book 1 & 3

I have listened to all 3 books. Book one was a four star for the story. Book two was a three star, not sure it was needed other than to fill the back story. Book three was a five star story. Enough twists to keep you emerged in the story. I said “no way” and “I didn’t see that coming”. As for the narrators, I am a big Joe Arden fan, and he didn’t disappoint in this trilogy. As for Erin Mallon, I almost stopped listening. I wish she didn’t drag the end of her words when narrating Whitney. It drove me nuts.

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This was the most depressing trilogy I have ever read. Narration was excellent

This was the most depressing trilogy that I have ever read. Pain, suffering, tears, and betrayal.....so much sadness. This isn’t what you want to read if you need a happy escape from reality these days. Dear Lord this was sad! The narration was excellent though.

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  • The-Scarlet-Finch
  • 07-20-20

Dynasty meets Romeo & Juliet

This was the conclusion of the Whitney/Lincoln love story.

We learn a lot in this book and there's so many twists you feel like you've been doing mental somersaults. I do feel like the outrageous revelations of these sins got so out of hand that its best to just suspend belief and roll with it on grandpa Riscoffs wheelchair.

Evil doers get their dues, the hidden reasons why Whitney walked down that aisle come out and Lincoln falls even harder for his Blue. After worrying about Ricky being his older brother he learns that that wasn't the only grenade tossed at what he thought was family. Weddings get cancelled, killers get revealed and Karma serves up some karma.

The Gables and Riscoffs bury the feud though, so I'll enjoy that.

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  • LilleyLoohLah
  • 04-11-19

I did not see that coming

Wow! What an ending to the Riscoff/Gable feud. Not at all what I was expecting. Drama, drama, and more drama. Just when I thought things couldn’t get any worse, they did, and guess what? Because I don’t do spoilers, I can’t tell you anything! What I will say is that I loved this story, it had a perfect ending, the characters all showed their true colours in the end. Most of which I had predicted (most, because, well, curve ball). Both Whitney and Lincoln deserved a happy ending. Their story was tumultuous to say the least, they both lived with crazy. I loved them. I loved how the author portrayed them, and I loved their story. The writing and narration were faultless, roll on the next Trilogy. Forge, I’m coming for you.

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  • Mrs. C. Hunt
  • 03-01-19

Reveling in Sin

This is a brilliant third book in the Sin trilogy, with all hell braking loose. Nicely done.😊

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  • Pam
  • 10-24-18

Sin Trilogy

brilliant as always. Meghan March has a natural talent to get you hooked 1st word

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  • Susan Rogerson
  • 10-23-18

OMG!!!!!!!!!!!!

Well I did not see any of this coming, Wow what a lot of twists in this last book , I absolutely loved it and the narrators Joe Arden and Erin Mallon were perfect.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 11-04-18

A 5 Star Blushing Audio Review

MY THOUGHTS:
What just happened?? I literally stopped existing for 5 and a half Hours!

I listened to the audio version of the book because I simply cannot get enough of Joe Arden, he is the perfect match to Lincoln, his voice sends shivers through me (in a good way, a very good way!) Erin Malone is entertaining as always she never disappoints adding a whole new dimension to her characters

Meghan sure knows how to draw out the drama. This is the final book of the Sin trilogy and I am not giving anything away here so no spoiler alerts necessary but I will pre warn you be prepared for the unexpected! Whitney’s story is long and complication but oh so worth it as we finally get to see Whitney and Lincoln get their well earnt happy ever after.

Revelling in sin delivers all the same hot tension, steamy chemistry and family dramatics as the previous two instalments and then some. What a way to end an amazing series! -

Meghan cleverly entwines each secondary character into the story creating an intrigue and interest in them. I do hope Asa and McKinley get their own story!

Depraved gratification wins out in the end in this suspenseful, captivating, jaw dropping dram and epic love story. This would have to be one of my favourite series of the year!
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  • Jade B
  • 04-14-20

Reveling In Sin

This book is edgy, and suspenseful and all the things a good romance book should be. I really enjoyed it!

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  • Louise
  • 11-26-18

If you like over the top drama and plot twists this book is for you

I normally love Meghan March books so I was excited to read this trilogy, but OMG much drama and plot twists were things go wrong can you put into a book, a lot if these books are anything to go by, was so disappointed with all 3 of these books and returned them all as soon as I finished the last one, I only read all three because I hate a story ending and not knowing what happened and I was hoping the last book would redeem the trilogy but the last half of the 3rd book as just ridiculous with all the twists

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  • Barbra Lazzarini
  • 11-10-18

So coooooolll 😘😘😘

Wowwwwwww after everything these two have gone through ...they are still standing as one strong unit .. a United front ... perfect .. this series was awesome .. so loved it ... 💕💋💕👄💕💋💕👄💕

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  • BookLover
  • 10-31-18

An amazing series! Please tell us there’s more!

Suffice to say the story, character development and themes are amazing in this trilogy.
Joe Arden is amazing in his depiction of the protagonist. It’s difficult to go wrong with Arden. The female narration did not seem so natural. Otherwise I love this book and the trilogy!