Sinner's Fall (Brooklyn Sinners, #4) by Avril Ashton

Sinner's Fall (Brooklyn Sinners, #4)

Book four in the Brooklyn Sinners series.Tommy Jankowski is hiding from a past he can’t escape and a man he can’t forget. With a new name and resolve, he settles in a small California town. It’s there he catches the eye of a predator. Fearing for his life, Tommy reaches out to his old boss for help. The man who shows up is the last person Tommy is prepared to face. Mateo Oliveros hasn’t forgiven himself for scaring Tommy so bad he took of...

Details Sinner's Fall (Brooklyn Sinners, #4)

TitleSinner's Fall (Brooklyn Sinners, #4)
Release DateAug 16th, 2013
PublisherEllora's Cave Publishing Inc
GenreRomance, M M Romance, Contemporary, Sociology, Abuse

Reviews Sinner's Fall (Brooklyn Sinners, #4)

  • Nazanin
    3 StarsI’m a huge fan of Ms. Ashton’s books but this one was my least favorite in this series. Actually I didn’t like these two MCs when I read about them in book two but I thought maybe if I read their story my opinion will be changed but didn’t happen. Still I couldn’t connect with both characters and honestly the plot was a bit weak! Told in dual POV, 3rd person and a quick read. It’s the fourth installment in the "Brooklyn Sinners...
  • Jenni Lea
    What the hell am I gonna do when this series is over??? I'm gonna cry, that's what I'm gonna do! I love these men! And yes, they are men, not boys. They are dirty and mean and tough and just freakin' HOT! This little story right here is about Tommy and yummy-yumness Mateo (I have a thing for guys named Mateo, don't know why). Tommy and Mateo's story actually began in book 2. This book, to me, was the closure we needed from that story. Tommy was o...
  • Lorraine Lesar
    3.5*Tommy wasn’t ready for Mateo, so he ran. But that was then. This is now. And now he is ready.......“You like this?” (Tommy to Mateo). “Yes, I like it, but now make me love it”.Oh why wasn’t this longer? I love a good quickie as much as the next person, but this was so rushed that if you blinked you missed the foreplay and I must have blinked , because I was definitely left unsatisfied. My least favourite from the Ashton Stable. ...
  • Exina
    In Sinner, Savior Tommy Jankowski left Brooklyn after being scared by Mateo Oliveros and his kinky ways. Tommy is still haunted by his past, and now he has a violent stalker to deal with too. Tommy reaches out to his old boss, Pablo Castillo, for help. But the man who rushes to his help is the last person Tommy is prepared to face. Mateo Oliveros hasn’t forgiven himself for scaring Tommy so bad he took off running. When Mateo gets a call that T...
  • SheReadsALot
    *wiggles along with Beyoncé* That we do, ladies. That we do. And this series, Brooklyn Sinners, is chock full of those BK boys who might be a little rough around the edges. But stand back, ladies! Before you try to gallivant your way here...The best thing about these books are that these men fuck each other!Even better...I know. ;D(Seriously, this short story just put me in the mood of "Soldier" by Destiny's Child. I think it's such a fitting so...
  • DaisyGirl
    3.5 StarsThe Brooklyn Sinners series is a guilty pleasure. I've bitched and moaned about inconceivable storylines and trite plot devices in this series. Despite my blathering, however, I keep coming back for more. Why? I simply like it. It's smutty and unrealistic and the story is - at times - absurd. But, I'm drawn to the characters and find myself rooting for these uncommon heroes.I've been looking forward to Tommy and Mateo's story. I wanted t...
  • Lenore
    Did you hear that? That was the sound of another brain cell I'm never getting back.
  • Karen
    So this is the last of The Brooklyn Sinners for me. Overall I really enjoyed this series and it was made even more enjoyable by the fact that it was a buddy read with Mammarella and I got to make a new friend as well when Tully joined us. Sinner's Fall focused on Tommy and Mateo, two very different men. Tommy and Mateo's story started in book 2, Sinner Savior and has now come full circle. Tommy's life, especially his childhood was a nightmare and...
  • Samantha
    As always, Avril Ashton delivers the heat- quite literally.I was saddened, but understood, when Tommy ran away from Teo. I hadn't expected to get a book about them, but I'm so glad that we did. Ms. Ashton does a great job of once again connecting the books together and delivering another scorcher in this fantastic series. I'll be eagerly awaiting the next!
  • Sandi ♥'s way too many M/M books
    5 stars I want more. And yes dammit I want it now! I'm gonna pout like a child until I get it too. Avril you fucken rock this entire series! LOVE LOVE LOVE!!!!
  • ⚣Michaelle⚣
    3.9 StarsI liked this one better than the last one I read in this series, which is a good thing since it's almost time to start the next series that these also tie into (Run This Town). Need to read the novella that comes after this one, first.
  • N to the A
    Wow. Wow. I was SO disappointed in this book. I loved the first 2 books in the series and was expecting something of similar quality. It was nowhere near this - it was almost like a completely different author wrote this one. A very impatient author who rushed just about everything. Things that didn't work for me;The MCs:- Tommy's personality didn't work for me at all and made absolutely no sense - it was like it completely changed shortly after ...
  • Shelby P
    I'm surprised I enjoyed this as much as I did. I felt a connection with Tommy and Mateo and I liked their chemistry. I'm glad that the sex came late in the book. It was hot but at times I felt like laughing out loud because some of the dialogue was over the top.I did like the lingo here when Mateo said "what up ma?" or said "son." Felt real New York to me. I wanted more around Steven Nayer and wanted Mateo to really make him pay for what he did, ...
  • Jenny Wood
    Re-read for me!! I love me some Teo and Tommy!I'm so bummed this one was so short!! Mateo is amazing and hilarious and his accent son!and Tommy.... can't help but love him, he seemed so shy and sweet in the other books where we got a glimpse of him, but he's really a dirty talking top man when he's with Mateo! Nice!Like all the others in this story, the bad guy gets whats comin for him although I really wish that cop lady would have. She didn't d...
  • Jacq ~
    This was a very easy short read. I love the way the author brought all the charters back full circle...truly a nice addition to the previous books! Tommy and Mateo had Damn good chemistry to boot! I have to admit the nicknames "T" and Teo was very confusing. But all in all this was a good read!
  • Bethany
    Just wished it was longer.
  • M'rella
    Started well enough but died along the way.
  • Amy
    God I loved this series! Flat out loved every minute of it. I don't know what I'm going to do now without Angelo, Pablo, Syren and Teo. I must go find some other Avril Ashton books to add to my TBR.
  • Colleen
    Ok, I'm done with this series. The first couple walked that drama line where you know it's over the top, but your still salivating over it. This was just miscommunication and a bit of stalking. At least the other ones had that PLUS some kind of overarching story line.
  • Mimi
    3.5 starsNot going to lie. I was disappointed with this part of Sinners. Mateo and Tommy were good supporting characters but they didn't need their own separate story. Because me being me I started in the middle of everything, Where was Dima the dominant ex? I was looking forward to that introduction and a little more violence.
  • Mello ❣ Illium ✮Harry✮ ☀Myrnin☀ Torin Ichimaru
    Synopsis:Book four in the Brooklyn Sinners series.Tommy Jankowski is hiding from a past he can’t escape and a man he can’t forget. With a new name and resolve, he settles in a small California town. It’s there he catches the eye of a predator. Fearing for his life, Tommy reaches out to his old boss for help. The man who shows up is the last person Tommy is prepared to face.Mateo Oliveros hasn’t forgiven himself for scaring Tommy so bad he...
  • Secretly Reading
    Originally reviewed for The Book VixenIn a Nutshell: Finally got the Mateo and Tommy story resolution I wanted and can’t wait for the next in the series.Why I Read this Book: I love this series.What I Liked: Mateo and Tommy have a great romance. Readers know they belong together and their attraction is so intense it leaps off the page. I was nearly panting when Mateo traps Tommy against a door and talks about all he’s NOT going to do until To...
  • Morgan Skye
    I think listening to this is the BEST way to enjoy this story. As an ebook this didn’t move me nearly as much as the rest of the series, but listening to it, bumped this to number 3 – just barely behind number 2.It’s a shorter story – Tommy and Mateo have already met and started their relationship in Brooklyn but Mateo scares Tommy and Tommy runs to Chico, CA. What we don’t know is that Teo didn’t know the full story and when he finds...
  • Stacey Morrison
    The things I love about Avril Ashton's writing let me count the ways...First of all I just love this series(hot men, deep love, suspense, action, sex scenes that make ya wake the person next to ya lol) it has everything I crave in a book and things I didn't even know I wanted. Sometimes when creating a story an author will get caught repeating the drama over and over and it takes forever to resolve, misunderstandings, traumas and so on and it dri...
  • Angela Bee Bee
    Teo has got to be the most badass alpha of the series. This guy is all cold blooded mean man. Makes it extra hot when he rolls over and begs to take it up his....I'm glad this one was short. Just sort of a tie up of loose ends. This one has more of a soap opera drama feel, and still no physical descriptions of the guys.I love how they turn their backs, sigh, run frustrated fingers through their hair. And really glad Teo gave up on the whole tying...
  • K.A.
    They finally got together!!! Who knew TEO was a switch...AWESOME!!
  • Kirk
    I am so sad this series is over. I've inhaled it from start to finish and I was so happy escaping to this world. While this book is shorter than the rest of the series, it was a great farewell to the guys who all appeared here. Tommy and Teo were just magical together and their hot times were pretty darn nuclear. As I mentioned in a previous review, I adore it when you see hard, tough and often violent men have a soft inside and when they meet th...
  • Tami
    3.5 starsI enjoyed this audiobook more the 2nd time around. The first time I listened I was still getting used to audiobooks and I had just READ all prior books in this series so the transition was hard.This time around I listened to the entire series and totally enjoyed it. This novella remains my least fav from a story standpoint but I do love Teo and Tommy.
  • Fani *loves angst*
    More like a shot instead of a long drink but I enjoyed it anyway. Sweet, almost sappy with little suspense compared to the other books but if you're looking for a quick, tasty drink you could do much worse. Much much worse.
  • Donna
    For anyone who somehow missed it- Sinner's Fall is number four in the Brooklyn Sinners Series. I would really recommend reading the books in order. It's not necessary but with this fourth book you'll be missing information that makes it that extra bit special.What I love most about all of Avril Ashton's Sinner stories is the roughness and rawness of the characters. They're badass gang members and proud of it. In this book i love how Mateo is thre...