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The Adventures Of Sinbad Book 5
Toni V. Sweeney
Fantasy/Sci-Fi
Class Act Books
March 15, 2017
217

Reviewed by:   Linda Tonis

Member of the Paranormal Romance Review Team

Many years have passed since we last met up with Sin and Andi.  Kas’ concubine, Saydee, died during child birth leaving him to raise his son, Frost.  Frost and N’Sagar grew up together until she came of age and married Kas.  Sin’s smuggling venture has been turned into a legal business, making Sh’en Singh Shipping a major business and Sin a corporate head.  His desire to pull a fast one over the Federation because of the wording of their truce has backfired.  Sin has become the head of the Pride and his responsibilities have increased.

Many things have taken place.  The children are almost grown.  Cash is still gone. and Sin and Andi are raising his twins. Will Cash ever come home to his family?  Can they forgive him for his betrayal?  Tsan-Hsi, the smuggler who has been after Sin for years, is still attacking Sin’s ships, something Sin has no intention of allowing to continue.

Sin finally gets his chance to bring down Tsan, and although he is successful, his ship crashes, and he is left in serious condition.  I don’t want to go into too much detail as to what happens to Sin, it is something worth reading about in detail.  Needless to say, life is changing, not always for the better.

With every happy event something sad happens.  Adam marries Shalimar, Sin’s first concubine.  Something happens between Kas and his son and the repercussions are long reaching.  N’Sagar loves Kas but her real feelings are for Frost.  Would Frost ever give in to his feelings for N’Sagar, his father’s wife?  Could Frost challenge his father for N’Sagar’s hand?

This is book four in the Sinbad series and I have loved each and every one.  I have always loved a good series that lets you follow the lives of each of the characters, whether you loved or hated them. This book was not very long in length but was every bit as interesting as the others. As I have stated before in other reviews of this series the author does a wonderful job of filling the reader in on what occurred in the past so it is not necessary to read them in order but I can’t imagine enjoying as much if you don’t.

Although this book is not necessarily a HEA it still leaves the reader with a sense of hope for the future.  I can’t wait for the next book to come out and hopefully it will be soon.