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The Sin Eater's Daughter (The Sin Eater's Daughter #1) by Melinda Salisbury Review.

Hi ForeverBooker's, the Sin Eaters Daughter is really good book of revenge, love, intrigue, heartbreak, truths and finding oneself! 

There are some minor spoilers below. 

The Sin Eater's Daughter tells the story of Twylla, the Sin Eater's daughter who can't be touched by anyone. If she does touch anyone they'll die. 
Twylla is guarded at all times by two guards at first and then just one. This one guard, she falls hopelessly in love with because he is the only one who she sees day in, day out. The author made the love story really sweet and quite believable to me even though it was a little instant lovey. Because Twylla didn't see anyone else throughout her day, apart from her betrothed sometimes it was believable. Because of the betrothed and the guard there is a love triangle in this book but it wasn't an annoying love triangle.  
The Queen of this story is evil. She's told lies to everyone and they believe her because she is Queen. The author made it easy to dislike the Queen from the beginning of the book as she completely took control of whatever Twylla did. She made sure Twylla didn't do anything but stay in her Tower all day. 
Something is revealed towards the end of the book that really came to me as a surprise. I don't want to spoil it so I'll just say that Twylla is very upset at the end of the book because of events that befall her. 
I don't really know where book 2 will go but I can't wait to find out...

I give this book 5 stars because it had everything that I love. A good plot, a forbidden romance, and a fantasy setting that was different to the world we live in. 


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