Beau Knight’s Book.
Hell is empty, and all the devils are here.
Lex Harvey came to The Pit to find her missing friend. Someone who fights there must have the answers she’s seeking. Instead, she found him. The damage inside her matches the darkness inside him. She’s only eighteen, but the feelings she has for him are as old as time.
Beau Knight should have ruled New York. Falling in love was the beginning of his end. He watched her die and he lost his heart. Now, The Pit is his heaven and his hell. The only place he can be himself.
They’re both beyond fixing. Addicts, with desires humans couldn’t understand.
A soulless man and a souleating girl.
How do you find redemption from your demons when you are one?
First thing I have to say is that I am so freaking glad I took the time to read this amazing book. The whole book was a wonderful journey, and I can’t still believe how many times I re-read the book. So much that I couldn’t even post the review on time.
WHEN SINNERS KNEEL is a beautiful and a brilliantly written story about healing, second chance at love, but most of all, a story about not letting your past control your future, and realizing that you can change your life if you have someone to support and love you no matter what, and that’s the relationship we see between Beau and Lex.
To compare When Sinners Kneel to the first series is completely impossible. WSK and Blackest Gold are completely different. Beau and Tensley are completely different. Molly and Lex are completely different. Where Tensley is ruthless, Beau us savage. If Tensley is east then Beau is west. That’s how much their personalities are different, the only thing they have in common, is that they fiercely love the people that mean the most to them.
What I loved the most about Beau is how hard he tried to change his ways, to stop living in the past, in the past that was so cruel to him, he changed just so he can be with Lex, so he can be good for Lex. He tries to better himself, day by day. He does that because he knows that his soul was poisonous and he could see what he was doing Lex, it hurt her as well him, because he was slowly losing the woman who change his view on life and future, because of her, he decided to change his whole life, because of her, he was no longer lonely, he had her by his side. And that meant the world to him. He fell in love with her even if he shouldn’t have, because his past haunted him even after so many years. The loss of the woman and his unborn child made him believe that there was no happy ending for him, that he would always be stuck in one place, but all of that changes the moment he starts having feelings for Lex. Slowly his whole perspective changes, his priorities change, and slowly the past that has haunted him day in and day out seemed fade in background and all that matter was Lex. And he did all to protect her, because she became the only meaningful thing in his life. I really love Beau, all of him, even his bad sides, because you can see that he’s a good guy deep down.
“There was nothing more dangerous than a heartless beast.”
Lex is a woman that every woman should strive to be she’s strong, brave and independent and she goes after what she wants, she’s fiercely protective of the people she cares about and she would do anything to protect them, even if it meant putting herself in danger. Growing up alone, left by her parents, she struggling to survive in the cruel world. But all of that taught her a valuable lesson, and that’s that sometimes, when you’re left on your own, and need to learn how to keep you head high. Which she did learn, at very young age. She spent days, months, years only depending on herself, and that made her stronger and braver. She never had anyone to care for her, to protect her, but once she found somebody to love, she protected them with all her might. And that’s what I admire her for. I admire her because she showed that nothing could bring her down, even when she suffered she put on brave face, and she always came out as winner.
“I see you as a temptation. A sinner’s elixir. Cucciolo.”
Beau’s and Lex’s life intervenes perfectly. Their love for each other is primal almost animalistic, but still their love contains so much emotion, you could actually feel it with every page you turn. Rebecca always knows how to show so much emotion and love between main characters and it’s no different with Beau and Lex. She gave them the happy ending they deserved, because they suffered enough and it was time for them to get their happy ending. They are meant to be and I am happy that after all the things they went through they were able to find their way to each other.
“In the darkness, in the chaos, we found comfort in each other.”
Overall, I loved the book completely and I can’t wait to read the rest of the books in the series, especially Seto’s book. I would totally recommend this book to everyone, even to those who don’t read paranormal romance, just open yourself and try because this is wonderful journey that I know that everyone will love and enjoy it as much as I did.
From studying English literature and minoring in History, she loves losing herself in a good book and snuggling up to her Brittany Spaniel.
When she’s not writing or plotting a delicious novel, she can be found hanging out with friends and family, going on long car rides, exploring small towns, or watching reruns of Sex and the City.