Father Confess your sin People call me Father but I prefer Frank because I m the worst preacher you ll ever meet Days spent completely wasted pull a number on you especially when you ve got a truckload of

  • Title: Father
  • Author: Clarissa Wild
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 290
  • Format: Paperback
  • Confess your sin.People call me Father, but I prefer Frank because I m the worst preacher you ll ever meet.Days spent completely wasted pull a number on you, especially when you ve got a truckload of baggage that comes with it.Until this beautiful girl in the back of the church takes my breath away And we end up committing sacrilege in the confessional.Did I mention I m fConfess your sin.People call me Father, but I prefer Frank because I m the worst preacher you ll ever meet.Days spent completely wasted pull a number on you, especially when you ve got a truckload of baggage that comes with it.Until this beautiful girl in the back of the church takes my breath away And we end up committing sacrilege in the confessional.Did I mention I m filthy Bad doesn t even begin to describe me, and after one taste of what she s got to offer, I want .Too bad having a dirty mind isn t the only thing we ve got in common Our past is laced with sin.Author s Note This book is not for everyone It s raw It s vulgar It s downright offensive But it s oh so damn delicious with a capital D If you are easily offended or prudish, please don t read this book But if you like a bit of humor mixed in with raunchiness and brawling, you ll love this book.Contains disturbing situations, strong language, and graphic violence.

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    1. ***5 ‘Bless Me Father For I Have Sinned’ Stars***OMG! This book was EVERYTHING the author warned us it would be and more and I ADORED it all. It was brutally irreverent, filthy (which had even me raising my eyebrows a few times and only served to make me keep turning those pages) and offensive. But it was also filled with blunt honesty, humor, a whole lot of heart and characters you won’t be able to get out of your head for a long time.I adored Father Frank. I did. I wholeheartedly admit i [...]

    2. ** Provided on behalf of the author for an honest review **** Review by Gayle from Bloggers From Down Under **Forgive them Father for they have sinned.Frank, a preacher.Laura, a beautiful woman.One moment in the confessional.A dirty act committed.They couldn't help it.They both needed it.The desire too strong.They needed that one moment like they both needed air.But what they don't realise is that their paths are going to cross in the most dark and dangerous way.What they don't know is they have [...]

    3. NOW LIVE and in Kindle Unlimited!➞ bit/fatheramazonRelease Party in the fan club group on FB on april 29 with loads of authors!facebook/groups/FanClEXCERPT:“This is my sin,” she says, and she licks her fingers and rubs them across her nipples. She moans, and my dick bounces up and down in my pants.“Is it wrong?” she asks, biting her lip.I blink a couple of times to try to keep my composure, but I’m burning up with desire. Fuck me; I want to reach through the gaps of the lattice parti [...]

    4. This cover is HOT. It's not at all how I pictured the hero. I had Jesse Custer (Dominic Cooper) in mind the entire time I was reading this. That said it IS a good representation of the story. Great composition as well.I really enjoyed this one. It was simply a totally entertaining read from beginning to end. It reminded me a TINY bit of the TV show PREACHER hence me picturing the hero as Jesse Custer.It was well written and nicely paced. It was humorous. It was naughty. It was dirty. It was tabo [...]

    5. 3 Candles Don't Go There StarsFrank is an ex-gang member who found salvation in a small community church run by a lovely older woman who became his mother figure. He becomes the church's 'Preacher', he is not ordained or anything so is free to live as he wishes. After some horrific things happen to him due to his past gang life he turns to the bottle to get by. This book is entirely from Frank's POV which did become a problem for me. I also did not find it Taboo in any way, a little sick in plac [...]

    6. Genre: Erotic Thriller/Suspense Type: StandalonePOV: First Person - MaleRating: Frank Romero was a preacher losing his grip. Coming from a checkered past, he turned a new leaf when he was given a second chance to live a meaningful life. But the ghosts from the past were never too far behind, so when he saw an opportunity for a distraction, he readily took it.Laura Espino was the beauty who caught his attention. She was like the embodiment of the devil in an angel's skin luring him into temptatio [...]

    7. 3.5* i feel so bad STARS!!Review @Midnight RomanceHOLY SHIT! Clarissa Wild definitely blow my mind. Since she announced the story, I'm completely intrigued and am so excited to read the book. I really loved taboo elements and since the story about a religious figure, well *cough* here's my dirty review“Jesus Christ, I beg your forgiveness because, by God, this woman will make me commit more sins than I ever have.”Father Frank is very unusual priest. He insisted to be called preacher. Yes, I [...]

    8. Get it here: US * UK"I'm already going to hell anyway. Might as well make it a fun trip."I am not one little bit sorry that I jumped on this book the second I saw it was going to be about a preacher. Not only that but this book came with a warning that it would be "raw and vulgar" so you know I was practically salivating to get my hands on it. And I was not disappointed because once Frank and Laura moved forward with their forbidden affair I thought my Kindle was going to catch on fire. I love [...]

    9. 1 starI'm so disappointed, but here's the original review/rant with spoilers: readingunderstreetlamps.wordpWhat an absolutely disappointing trainwreck of a book.Frank and Laura made no sense to me. I get it- he’s hot, she’s hot, they’re attracted. But dude, he killed her innocent mom, and dragged her body with him and buried it and never gave her family to say goodbye (and no, I don’t care how much he repents after that, someone kills my pregnant mother, and I find out that I’m sleepin [...]

    10. DNF at 30% Definitely a "very wrong read" for me!Don't ask me why I ever started it What happens here is I think "curiosity killed the cat!"Yeap, I needed to know what the fuss about it all was. I am curious like that!And I saw that it is too much for me too dirty, too sinful too much everything Nothing I enjoyedAs we have been warned by the writer at the end of the blurb, I don't want to rate this book, but I would give it -5 if I did.My personal warning for the readers like me: Please take th [...]

    11. I m actually quite surprised with this one, I know what to expect from Clarissa Wild, having read her previous books!Yes, there are somewhat shocking moments/sex scenes in this book (well if you wanna keep it in the realms of the real world instead of fiction, even though nothing seems to phase me on the shocking level lately *shrugs*) BUT that s why there's a warning, so if you are easily offended then dont read this book!Behind the "shocking, vulgar and filthy, and maybe even filled with disgr [...]

    12. The book was deeper and less dirty than I expected after reading the blurb.I won't complain about religious aspect, it was clear from the blurb and it was my decision to read it.And I won't dwell on much violence in this story, it didn't bother me much. Revenge is not my pet peeve. But the fact thatH killed h's mother and she forgave him like after 5 minutes she found out and let him f**k her, that's just disturbing. How could she forgive him?How could a person forgive the murderer of his/her mo [...]

    13. 3.5 Stars! Frank Romero is a preacher with a checkered past. Upon being given a second chance, he found solace and direction at church until his family was taken from him. Torn apart from the loss, Frank drinks away his problems and loses focus on all he holds dear. That is, until he sees one parishioner who tempts Frank with feelings he hasn’t felt in over six years.“I’m stuck in my own torment. The only solace I’ve found lately is in the alcohol. And that girl who I saw.” Laura is a [...]

    14. I am definitely in the minority on this one. As much as this book was hot, I was just not able to get past a few issues that really mattered more than just the hot sex.Frank is battling his own demons that leave him a little less god-fearing. But Mother and the church is all that he has left after he lost everything. Enter Laura, the woman tempting him from the pews while he drunkenly makes his way through mass.I will give that this book is hot and it does push the taboo nature of involving a ch [...]

    15. This wasn't bad at all. I was so afraid to read it after reading some reviews and after reading Clarissa's warning!But this was a perfectly adorable erotic romance. The reason I liked it might possibly be because I hate religion and I didn't care that they did some very unreligious things in that church ;)It was an adorable and very moving story too. Ok, it was also very bloody and criminal and whatnot, but I really enjoyed reading it. ☺

    16. First of all The warning about this book should be taken seriously because . yes, there are definitely some erotic scenes that go way past decadent. This Preacher man IS BAD.enough to make my heart skip a beat or two.Frank spends most of his time trying to dull the pain of his past by climbing in and then out of the bottle long enough to stand in front of his congregation where one morning his eyes fell upon her. She was breathtaking and the looks she's sending him. strangers one minute and love [...]

    17. I've read Clarissa before so I decided to try this one on for size. Frank is a preacher with a pretty fucked up past. He drinks a lot, fights even more, but has a cynical humor about him that kept a smile on my face. Laura is a gal with a fucked up past of her own. Do a little dirty in the confessional; get a little stalkery and we have a cool book. They were intense together as a couple (as coupley as they could get I guess) and it made for a really great story line. I definitely liked it.

    18. "Father" by Clarissa Wild was just WOW WEEEEEE!!!!!!!!!!!!! Forgive me Father for I have sin (well not as much as the Father) will leave you speechless and some part so hilarious in the confessional and other places. So, will I go to hell for enjoying this book so much! You have to read this book to believe it!

    19. Ouch. This was seriously painful to read. This was my first (and last) Clarissa Wild book.My negative review has nothing to do with the religious aspect of this book. I'm not even slightly religious and even if I was, there was a warning that this may not be the book for you -if you are- below the blurb. If anyone writes a negative review about this book based on issues they had with the hero being a preacher or his faith (or, lack there of) they weren't paying attention and that review isn't fa [...]

    20. Wow. After reading that, I feel like *I* need to go to confession!This book was flat out filthy and raunchy in parts, made me feel a tiny bit guilty about reading it, but not enough to make me stop! It also had a very real storyline in it, and Frank has some seriously dark skeletons in his closet. I think Clarissa Wild may be the only author I've read who is capable of going from total smut, to me having tears in my eyes, in the space of a couple of pages! This book hits you in all the feels! Ta [...]

    21. Having never before read a book by Clarissa Wild I wasn't sure quite what to expect, well Father is absolutely filthy, I mean it's totally one of the dirtiest books I've ever read and I devoured every naughty word.I will just say that if you are a tall religious, or easily offended, this is probably not going to be the read for you, so my advice then would be give Father a wide berth you have been warned.And for my fellow degenerates well your in for a real treat get ready for a fun-filled ride. [...]

    22. Dayam it took me a looong time to get into the story! In the end it did get a little better, but overall this wasn't more than a 3 star read for me (which in my rating system is not good, lol!). I'm not even slightly religious so the deformation of all the God-stuff wasn't what bothered me. I struggled though this book because it all just felt ridiculous (while I had the feeling that was not what the author was aiming for), far fetched and forced. and too coincidental. Nope, this book didn't do [...]

    23. Ephesians 6:11 “Put on the whole armor of God, that you may be able to stand against the schemes of the Devil.”Father Frank isn't your typical preacher. He's a sh!t-talkin' whiskey drinkin' ol sonofa gun. Behind that dry and sarcastic humor though is a man once broken. A man who's wife and child were taken from him and since that day he's struggled in many ways with his faith. Faith in the big man above and faith in himself. When Frank meets the young and feisty Laura he finally has somethin [...]

    24. Grab your Rosary and your wine glass!!! This was damn dirty HAWT! Father Frank I have a confession to make.This is a taboo wild read. Love it! What I am thinking is that I am addicted to preacher/Priest Taboo! (Did I just write that)? In this story you get all of the feels. Grit, passion, taboo and naughtiness. It just makes for a great fun read. For my cover whores, it just does wonder for the book. The graphic design is just icing on the cake for this one. Take it out for a spin, you won't be [...]

    25. Clarissa Wild did it again!!! Father is definitely a dark and delicious romance read that is filthy, dark and a definite dangerous read. It is gritty, its offensive and it has that brutal tone to it and I want to say you will need to make sure not to make snap judgements because this is one story that will take you on a ride you will never want to come back from. Father Frank—wow! What can I say about him? He is someone that I came to adore. He was a preacher man who was sexy as hell and just [...]

    26. Ugh, I can't finish this crap. Dialog is horrible. The dirty and taboo part doesn't bother me, I've read worse. It's just the writing, something about it grates on my nerves. A lot of the dialogue is just immature. I'm over it. I don't care enough about the characters to finish. The storyline has potential but the writing just isn't keeping me interested.

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