Saint and the Sinner

by Sam Burns

Saint and the Sinner - Sam Burns
Editions:Kindle: $ 2.99
ISBN: B0776F2P4N
Pages: 219

Owen Quinn has been trailing after his brother’s best friend since he was a kid, but what everyone took as admiration has always been love. For years, he’s had to keep his distance because the object of his affection has always been taken. Now with his father sick and the career he’s been planning since he was in high school circling the drain, the one person who’s there for him is the man he loves, but can’t have.

Mickey Martin is practically a member of the Quinn family. He grew up sneaking sips of sacramental wine in the church storage room with Keegan, looking after Owen, and since he was fifteen, working for Brendan. When his mom passed away, they were right there by his side. He owes the Quinns everything, but now his love for the youngest Quinn might cost him all that he holds dear.

Saint and the Sinner contains sexual scenes, and is intended for an audience age 18 and up.

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Publisher: Independently Published
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Pairings: M-M
Heat Level: 4
Romantic Content: 4
Ending: Click here to reveal
Character Identities: Bisexual, Gay
Protagonist 1 Age: 18-25
Protagonist 2 Age: 26-35
Tropes: Age Difference, Best Friend’s Sibling, Class Differences, Criminals & Outlaws, Friends to Lovers
Word Count: 60000
Setting: USA, Illinois, Chicago
Languages Available: English
Series Type: Same Universe / Various Characters

About the Author

Sam lives in the Midwest with husband and cat, which is even less exciting than it sounds. She started writing with authorial intent at ten years old, when she and her best friend wrote a fantasy 'epic' starring themselves and their classmates. She also had an emo poetry phase in high school, all of which has been burned and shall never be spoken of again.

She specializes in m/m contemporary adult romance. There's sometimes intrigue and violence, usually a little sex, and almost always some swearing in her work. Her writing is light and happy, though, so if you're looking for a dark gritty reality, you've come to the wrong author.

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