Santerra's Sin

Santerra's Sin

Donna Kauffman / Jan 20, 2020

Santerra s Sin Diego Santerra has his hands full protecting sexy spitfire Blue Delgado but it s a challenge he s up to in this sizzling story from award winning Donna Kauffman who burns up the pages with a hero j

  • Title: Santerra's Sin
  • Author: Donna Kauffman
  • ISBN: 9780553445381
  • Page: 483
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Diego Santerra has his hands full protecting sexy spitfire Blue Delgado, but it s a challenge he s up to, in this sizzling story from award winning Donna Kauffman, who burns up the pages with a hero just born for trouble and a lady wild enough to handle him.

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      • Donna Kauffman

        USA Today bestseller and award winning author of the Cupcake Club series and the Blueberry Cove series, DONNA KAUFFMAN has been gratified to see her books get rave reviews in venues ranging from Kirkus Reviews and Library Journal to Entertainment Weekly and Cosmopolitan She lives in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains in southwestern Virginia, where she is happily working on the next book in her brand new Blue Hollow Falls series, set right in her mountain home area When she s not writing, she can be found recapping the popular tv show NCIS for USA Today, or escaping into her garden to play in the dirt Donna also works as a volunteer wildlife transporter for two local sanctuaries, giving orphaned and injured wildlife a second chance at survival You can catch up on all of her adventures via her author page on Facebook, or on Twitter, or Instagram writerchick Donna loves to hear from readers You can contact her through her website at donnakauffman.


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    1. Overall a 3.5 but i rounded up to 4. Cover & Title - 4 out of 5Favorite Line - "You are mine, Blue Delgado. I give myself to you."Favorite Character - BlueI have read one other book by this author & it was from the same series. I have read them out of order. This is the first book in the series, just so you know. I like the authors writing style & i think she makes some very interesting characters. Blue & Diego are such a hot couple, the love between them shows clearly in the wri [...]


    2. Never judge a book by it's cover I'm appalled by the mullet on this one when the version I read is sooooo much more drool-worthy! (Yeah, I know, it was published when those were cool, but ick not for Diego!) Alright, I'm off my soapbox. I love, love, love a strong female character who doesn't kowtow to the male lead and Blue is just that woman! She's tough as nails, smart as a whip and is all the female Diego can handle. Diego I read this whole series and, while I definitely enjoyed every book, [...]


    3. Santerra's Sin by Donna KauffmanReviewed by: AngelsFormat:KindlePages: 202Published:Harlequin NocturneSource:Net Gallery ARCGenre: Contemporary RomanceBuy: UK I US5 STAR READangelswithattitudebookreviews-DescriptionIn this sizzling romance, Donna Kauffman takes readers on a seductive ride deep undercover with a man who will ignite the flames of your heart.There aren’t many places to get a cool drink in the middle of the New Mexico desert, and divorced bar owner Blue Delgado likes it that way [...]


    4. Thanks to the publisher, Random House Publishing Group, and NetGalley for the chance to read this!This is the first book in the romantic suspense Delgado’s Dirty Dozen series by Donna Kauffman: Santerra's Sin: A Loveswept Classic Romance is a re-issue of a Loveswept Classic Romance #811 originally published 10/96. Delgado’s Dirty Dozen #1 (Diego Santerra’s story)Other Installments:#2 (John McShane’s story) - Silent Warrior: A Loveswept Classic Romance#3 (T. J. Delahaye’s story) - Light [...]


    5. Other than the fact I really hate the name Blue Delgado and I kept telling myself that is a really stupid name throughout the entire book, I really liked this book. I very much appreciate a book that is only 240 pages and I can finish it in about three hours. I knew right off the bat that I was going to like Blue and I was going to love Diego because Donna developed these characters well. Sure, they both have troublesome histories and they come with a lot of emotional baggage but for ONCE the wo [...]


    6. 4 STARSSanterra's sin is a loveswept classic oringally pub 1996. So thier is a few love scenes but not a major part of plot. Blue Delgado owns a bar in a small town. Her Uncle raised her after her parents deaths.Her father was undercover and his job cost him everything.Blue likes to shoot guns since her father had taught her. Diego Santerra has come to Blue's bar for the job as a cook. He makes a killer salsa.He is really thier to work undercover to protect Blue. He was part of a group working f [...]


    7. [image error]3.5 stars I really liked the story between Blue and Diego. They were a great couple and I found myself drawn to them.Blue is a strong woman without being snarky or sarcastic at every turn. She’s direct and not afraid to go after what she wants. The people around her respect her and take her seriously.Diego is a man on a mission and Blue is his mission. He’s not perfect, he makes mistakes and he owns up to those mistakes. They’re both awesome. The suspense surrounding Blue and [...]


    8. This book has great promise. Diego Santerra is a operative in a super secret government covert op organization known as Dell's Dirty Dozen. Santerra is tasked with the security of his boss' daughter while he testifies against a major Miami kingpin. The need for secrecy is high because she thinks her father is dead. Blue Delgado is a bar owner in a small town in New Mexico. She is a smart, spunky, wounded, sharp shooter who rides a Harley. As a reader, you can imagine the possibilities with this [...]


    9. Book provided by the publisher. Diego Santerra is a man on a mission and that mission is Blue Delgado. As far as Blue is aware her father died with her mother when she was a child, but he's the leader of a tactical squad team known as Delagos' Dirty Dozen. In 3 weeks Blues father Seve is supposed to testify against Hermes Jacounda, but Jacounda will go to great lengths to ensure that doesn't happen. Diego is sent to protect Blue and in order to get closer to her he takes the job as the cook in h [...]


    10. I found Santerrea's Sin to be a very enjoyable romantic suspense. I loved the main characters, Blue Delgado and Diego Santerra. I thought that they were well suited to one another, and I loved the chemistry between them. The storyline was interesting and kept my attention throughout. Diego Santerra has been protecting Blue Delgado without her knowledge. When the danger heats up, he decides he needs to be closer, so gets a job in her restaurant. Blue has a hands off policy toward her emloyees in [...]


    11. Review written for books-n-kissesThis is a reprint from 1996. While it is a good story it mostly certainly gives you the feel of the LoveSwept stories. What is a LoveSwept? It was put out as a short paperback novel to be carried with you wherever you went. In other words the equivalent of a novella. This story is fast moving and direct to the point of getting the couple together. It has some suspense and romance mixed in. The character of Blue is a little too hard shelled for me. I like a woman [...]


    12. Diego Santerra had a few rules in his line of work, one of them was no attachment to his mark. When he assigned the duty of watching over Blue Delgado she pulls him in, for the first time in his life he wants to break one of his own rules. Going undercover as a cook in her bar, Diego can’t get enough of the hellcat who is determined to do things her way, even if it means getting killed in the process.Blue doesn’t know someone is after her, she does know that she is considering breaking her n [...]


    13. While I did like Diego and Blue together, I felt like they fell in love a little too fast for me. Blue barely knows him and she is telling him she loves him within a couple of days. I didn't totally buy it. I did like Diego's back story and to see him finally find a way to love. There is a little bit of action, but no real suspense. The bad guys keep finding Blue and Diego really quickly. There was a hint of a mole in the operation, but it was never fleshed out. I also would have liked to see Bl [...]


    14. This is the first book in Donna Kauffman's "Delgado's Dirty Dozen series, and what a page turner it is. The story immediately pulled me in and didn't let go until the last page. Donna's characters are beyond interesting and I was drawn to them wanting more. Blue and Diego make an awesome couple and the chemistry between them was sweet and hot! I love reading about a strong female character and Blue was it. This novel is full of suspense, romance and passion with a charming Spanish flair.I look f [...]


    15. This is the first Donna Kauffmans books for me.I loved the chracters Diego and Blue and the story line,but was to rushed in some spots for me.Diego is there to protrect Blue but in the process falls for her with Blue not knowing why he is really there and later becomes suspicous of him.The story movies so fast you don't feel the chemistry or connection between them i thought,and really not much insight into the characters.In the end you get your HEA but i still felt there was something missing.


    16. I really loved this book. I found myself caring about the 2 main characters right away. I really enjoyed how their relationship built. I really loved the romance between the 2 main characters. I first read this book from the library. I thought it was so good that now I'm going to buy it so I can read it again whenever I want to.


    17. A little confusing at firstI felt lost a few times in the beginning, but was able to get a handle on the story. I think my main issue with the story was how fast Blue trusted Diego. It didn't seem to fit her personality. Well written and worth your time.


    18. It was ok, but sometimes I'd have kicked Diego Santerra's nice ass for being so obtuseTHANKS TO NETGALLEY AND RANDOM HOUSE PUBLISHING FOR THE PREVIEW



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