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A Sin in White
Book IV in The
Seven Deadly Sins series.
He likes to gamble.
She wants a ring upon her finger.
Sin is just part of playing the game
...for better or for worse.
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Check out the lastest book in Kathryn's series, The
Seven Deadly Sins,
about the sexy Sinclair family, who
after being forced from Scotland for their wicked
ways take London by storm and give
all new meaning to the word sin. Book One, To
Sin With a Stranger, and Book Two, The
Most Wicked of Sins, and Book Three, The Duke's Night of Sin are
The Sinclairs, one of the oldest, wealthiest and revered
noble families in all of Scotland, spawned seven children
that over the years have become complete embarrassments to
the family name. They enjoy a good time, too well, know no
boundaries and scandal always splashes wildly in their wake.
When the children were young and left to
their own devices, shortly after their mother died and their
father, the duke, retreated to his bottle, Society quietly
referred to the spoiled, ill-behaved Sinclairs as the Seven
Deadly Sins. But though the words were only whispered,
the Sinclair children often overheard, and it stung.
After seeing his younger brothers
and sisters in tears too many times, the eldest of the
headstrong Sinclair children vowed never to let Society’s
cruel labels hurt them again. And so, he created a game
to help them cope. He divided the seven sins between them
all (which wasn't really so hard to do given their natural
proclivities) and advised his brothers and sisters to take
their assignments to heart and begin behaving in public
as each of their particular sins dictated.
Soon, those in society didn't bother to whisper their taunts
anymore. But it didn't matter. No tears were ever shed again.
The Sinclair children had removed the power from the words
by claiming the sins for themselves.
But now the Sinclairs have all reached the
age of majority and are no longer playing the game. Haven't
for years. And yet, they each unwittingly embody one of the
seven deadly sins: Lachlan (lust), Grant (excess/gluttony), Sterling (greed), Siusan (sloth/laziness), Killian (anger/wrath), Ivy (envy),
and Priscilla (pride).
Everything, however, is about to
change for the seven Sinclairs. Their aged father (who
they believe must be going mad) has demanded that each
of his wayward children change his or her ways and become
a respected member of Society—which,
of course, includes proper marriage. He informs
them that carriages await just outside to immediately transport
the seven of them from Scotland to London, where no one
knows their wicked history.
Being a generous man, and fully aware that
he is to blame for allowing their excesses,
he will give them a small allowance but he
will not give them a shilling more, ever—until each
of his sons and daughters independently prove themselves
worthy of the Sinclair name and position.
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