The Sinner and the Saint (Ellery Mountain #8) by RJ Scott 3*
BLURB:Army medic Ben Rockwell is in Ellery to work with the Veterans Center creating a new specialist unit for post trauma care. Desperate to make amends for battlefield decisions he regrets, he is focused on the unit and nothing else. Until some stranger moves in next door and throws him a curveball. He’s no hero, even though everyone says he is, and the lies burn inside him.
Leaving drama and chaos in his wake, Nicholas Merrick fled London and is hiding out in his friend Jason’s house, until everything back home dies a death. The choices he made in his life were to keep his best friend safe, but as a result everyone sees him as the bad guy.
When these two meet, the attraction is instant. Can they ever be their true selves, and find love as a result?
My Review: I received a copy from Signal Boost Productions in exchange for an honest review. I was't sure if this story would work as all the previous couples stories had been done and I truly couldn't think where it could go from there. Turns out it went to Britain and bought the snarkiest Brit to Ellery Mountain and matched him with the perfect guy for him. I ended up enjoying this one as much as I did the previous 7, and now I won't be at all worried if the author takes me back to Ellery Mountain in any future books. *Hint, Hint RJ*.