BLOG TOUR REVIEW: Guilty Sin (Alfa 4) by Chelle Bliss

Guilty Sin  (Alfa Investigations Series #4) by Chelle Bliss

Releases 15th May


When a mission puts a woman under Ret’s protection, he and his longtime girlfriend Alese welcome her into their home.

What starts out as a friendship rooted in trust ignites into a romance far bigger than any of them expect.

Love isn’t always neat, and sometimes it can’t be confined to an even number.

Get ready for the hottest book of the series yet. Ret is prepared to make you beg.

ALFA Investigations Series:
Book 1: Sinful Intent
Book 2: Unlawful Desire
Book 3: Wicked Impulse
Book 4: Guilty Sin

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Guilty Sin can be read as a standalone

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Guilty Sin – ALFA #4

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The men at ALFA Investigations are tough as nails, all about the chase, and love playing dirty.

From ruthless criminals to wild women, they’ll stop at nothing to fight the bad guys and win the girl.

My Review

Guilty Sin is Ret’s story, Bear’s son, and while it stays true to what readers have come to expect from Chelle Bliss’ ALFA Investigations series, the suspense, mystery, and drama, the main focus of the storyline seems to be the interesting dynamic that Bliss brings into Ret’s Dom/sub relationship with Alese – one that, in my opinion, readers will either accept or find a bit disconcerting.

There was never a doubt that Chelle Bliss would bring the heat and with an extra person in the mix, Bliss definitely wrote some sinfully decadent scenes – ones that showcase this new arrangement and how the threesome learns to connect both physically and emotionally.

I’ll admit that through a lot of the story, I really didn’t know how to feel about Nyla’s role in Ret and Alese’s relationship. It’s not that Chelle Bliss doesn’t offer a series of explanations and several insights into how the sexual attraction amongst the threesome developed into so much more than just a physical connection. It might be because I haven’t read many romances with this kind of menage, but I think what it comes down to is the fact that Ret and Alese’s commitment was already established, so adding someone else into the mix with the ease in which it seemed to occur took me some time to understand and accept.

I’ve been a reader of Chelle Bliss since her first book released, and throughout this time, I’ve witnessed her growth as a writer and the way she crafts each story with its own unique grit, wit, and steam. Izzy Gallo is by far one of my absolute favorite heroines. Some parts of Guilty Sin’s storyline reminded me of what went down with Izzy, which isn’t necessarily an issue but Izzy in a class all on her own, so I didn’t want another one of Bliss’ characters to take on that role.

Overall, I enjoyed Guilty Sin. I found it interesting to read Bliss’ remarks about how the direction of the story drastically changed due to one of her Beta readers. Through the author’s honesty, I understood why she crafted the plot line the way she did, but I do have to say that I would have liked to have read the path the story didn’t take…I feel like it would have added even more of an emotional aspect to the plot and it quite possibly would have allowed the ending to not seem so rushed. 

3.5 Poison Apples

About the Author 

USA Today bestselling author Chelle Bliss currently lives in a small town near the Gulf of Mexico. She’s a full-time writer, time-waster extraordinaire, social media addict, and coffee fiend. She’s written over ten books and has two series available. She loves spending her free time with her boyfriend, 2 cats, and her hamster.

Before becoming a writer, Chelle taught high school history for over ten years. She holds a master’s degree in Instructional Technology and a bachelor’s in History. Although history is her first love, writing has become her dream job and she can’t imagine doing anything else.


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