Sin & Discipline By Lily White



Title: Sin & Discipline
Author: Lily White
Genre: Taboo Romance
Release Date: April 24, 2019



Lennon Carter first saw my face with his hand around my throat.
Shock widened his eyes, starbursts of anger for what I’d done. That moment should have been the last of us; our beginning and end. Fate, it seems, had other plans.
A dedicated musician, Lennon would become my mentor, my shadow, my protector and nightmare.
We were two discordant notes that somehow blended with perfect harmony.
Challenged to become a pianist as talented as him, I became Lennon’s SIN, while he became my DISCIPLINE.





“Who are you, Amelia Dillon?”
Confusion flooded me. “What?”
It bothered me how my question came out more as a startled squeak than a word.
He grinned, just the corner of his lips curling with lazy satisfaction. Reaching out with his free hand, he trapped my chin between his fingers, holding my gaze to his without concern that I hadn’t invited the touch. Electricity sparked where his skin met mine, my head dizzy, my breath as uneven as my heartbeat.
“Who are you?”
My heart was in my throat, beating staccato so hard that I swore I was a few seconds from passing out. “I don’t-“
The gentle tone of his voice was at odds with his question. “Are you the shitty little thief hiding in a hoodie and baggy jeans? Or are you a musician who demands respect based on her talent and discipline?”
He was enjoying this moment far too much, the truth of his amusement written in the line of his lips, the sleepy look in his blue eyes. It only frightened me more.
“I’m a musician,” I whispered.
Mr. Carter leaned forward and I panicked, my eyes locked to his lips. He shouldn’t have been this close to me. There had to be rules against this. He didn’t seem to care.
I wasn’t a girl to be pushed around or controlled. Yet, in his presence, I stilled in place, unable to find the willpower to fight or move away.
Breath hot against my cheek, he whispered, “I don’t think you are. I think a musician would know better than to risk her hands acting like a stupid hoodrat that robs people. I think a musician knows better than to question the man who will be judging her performance. I think-“
My lips parted on a tremulous breath.
“-you didn’t believe me when I warned you I would spank your ass red if I ever caught you doing something so stupid again.”
There was no question about it; I was three seconds away from passing out.
He knew it and I knew it, his blue eyes locked to mine when he warned, “You should know that threat extends to you questioning me in class as well.”



Lily White is a romance writer who likes to dabble on the taboo side of eroticism. She is most known for her Masters Series, Target This, Wishing Well, and Asylum. In addition to dark romance Lily writes contemporary romance, taboo romance, and psychological thrillers. Lily enjoys stretching her writing muscles by continuing to challenge herself with each book she publishes.




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descriptiondescriptionI honestly don’t think Lily White can write a book I don’t love. She truly is one of the most versatile and unique authors in the industry. From dark to sweet, to sexy and depraved. She has something for every reader’s tastes. So it is no surprise that this was yet another hit with me.

This book ticked all my boxes for a great taboo(ish) romance. It was well written. It was well paced. The plot was engaging. However, there were a few things I wish had been fleshed out a bit more. It was lightly taboo (teacher/student). It was sweet. It was heartbreaking. It was smokin’ hot (light BDSM). It was slightly angsty. There was no OM drama. There was a smidge of OW drama. There was a tiny cast of secondary characters, but each of them gave added depth to the story. Lennon (28) was a sexy as f-ck alphahole who loved dominance. He didn’t appear to be a manwhore (limited mentions of his past sex life). I truly loved Lennon’s character but there were times I wanted to throat punch him. (lol) Amelia (18) was a great heroine. She was a virgin (her age made that fact bearably at least). (lol) She was feisty. She was sweet. She was a brat. I found her to be a genuinely likable heroine. Last, it was all wrapped up in a good HAPPY FOR NOW. As I reader I always prefer if a book has an epilogue that shows the main couple some years in the future. Although I was satisfied with the ending we got, I would have loved to have seen them (HIGHLIGHT TEXT FOR SPOILER) married and maybe with a baby or two.

So yea, another great read by one of my favorite authors. I loved it. I recommend it, and everyone should buy it as soon as it becomes available! description


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