7: The Seven Deadly Sins

Casey L. Bond, Jo Michaels,
Tia Silverthorne Bach, Kelly Risser, N. L. Greene

HISTORICAL:  Tom committed a terrible sin in his first life. To determine whether or not he deserves redemption, he must live five lives and resist the seven deadly sins before standing trial before the Fates. Can Tom resist the seven sins and protect his love and family? He has to do so a Roman soldier sent to spy on Nero, the goldsmith to Queen Elizabeth, a soldier in the confederate army, as a boxer in Chicago during the depression, and a gangster in New York or will the first sin that haunts his dreams prove him to be unworthy of redemption?


A gripping tale of reincarnation, redemption, and mythology, “7: The Seven Deadly Sins” is a book that will grip the reader from beginning to end! Written by five authors, each novella in the novel works with the next to create a story that not only flows well and has romance full of sparks and steam, but also keeps the reader guessing until the end. The plot is not cut and dried and redemption for Tom is not black and white. The development of Tom as a person with flaws but also virtues makes him sympathetic, although the women in each life tend to blur together as one wife which is slightly confusing. The combination of Greek and Christian mythology is also clever, if a bit jarring for some readers. Still, the overall story is well worth the read for anyone who enjoys a work of fiction that not only gives some mythologies a new spin and includes five lives of all-encompassing love.


Sarah E. Bradley