Image of An Unnatural Vice (Sins of the Cities Book 2)


Image of An Unnatural Vice (Sins of the Cities Book 2)

The fierce and frantic enemies-to-lovers romance in Charles’ second Sins of the Cities novel was a surprising contrast to the first book’s gentle friends-to-lovers story. Animosity and attraction surge in equal measures when Nathaniel Roy, investigative journalist, faces off against Justin Lazarus, the Seer of London. Their opposing vocations and radically different backgrounds create a powerful and fascinating conflict. Although this book can be read as a stand-alone, Charles continues to build tension and add menace by deepening the overarching mystery introduced in the first novel. The series is definitely building to a fire-cracker conclusion.

When his editor’s wife is sucked in by a spiritualist, Nathaniel Roy is assigned to expose the mediums and seers of London as shams and cheats. Justin Lazarus proves to be a skilled and cunning adversary. Lazarus only starts to crack when he is attacked by a third-party and he must seek refuge with Roy. While hiding and trying to untangle the blackmail plot that Lazarus has unintentionally uncovered, they can’t avoid their inconvenient feelings for each other. (LOVESWEPT, dl $4.99)

Reviewed by: 
Ana Coqui