I like this story written in the hero's point of view. Slattery is far from perfect, and his listlessness and procrastination illustrates how easily we can disguise our real problems by masking them with other things or ignoring them altogether. At times he feels less than a whole man, having a prosthetic leg that slows him down. His relationship with Sabetha, who sees past his infirmity, allows his transformation back to the loving caring family man he truly is underneath his painful past. Overall the story is well written with a plausible plot however it adds a lot of unnecessary detail this reader could have done without, such as Slattery's triple-s morning routine (we all have it, no need to describe it!) and what feels like the author's playlist of favorite tunes and food recipes.
Slattery's Sin manages to balance a solid stock of romantic scenes along with great character development and a story that's going somewhere. A recommended read!