New Historical Romance from Sarah Ballance: The Sins of a Few (Sins of Salem series)

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The Sins of a Few | a Sins of Salem novel

Salem, 1692

The moment he steps off the boat and into his hometown of Salem, Nathanial Abbot knows the rumors about Salem are indeed true. For in the two years since he’s left Salem—disowned by his family and seeking a fortune of his own—the town has changed. It is dark with discord and suspicion… and accusations of witchcraft. Now all that remains for him is the woman he’s never forgotten.

But Faith Downing isn’t happy to see Nathanial. In his absence, his younger sisters have ignited the chain of hysteria that resulted in twenty deaths—including Faith’s aunt, to whom Nathanial owed his life. Yet through her acrimony, Faith can’t prevent herself from responding to the man Nathanial has become, handsome and kind. A man who kindles something in her that speaks of sin.

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Read an excerpt here.

This book stands alone, so if you’ve missed the first two books in the Sins of Salem series, you can still enjoy THE SINS OF A FEW. If you’d like to check out the other books (YAY!), please follow these links for excerpts and details:

About Sarah Ballance

Sarah Ballance is a multi-published author of contemporary, historical, and supernatural romance and romantic suspense. She’s been married to her own romantic hero for what he calls a “long, long time” (and no, he’ll never hear the end of saying that). Together they have six children … and clearly too much time on their hands. She currently writes for Entangled and has upcoming releases from both Entangled and Samhain Publishing.

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7 Responses

  1. Barbara Monajem

    Sarah, I love how you’ve woven stories around the history of Salem. Awesome!

    • Thank you, Barbara! It’s been a tough period to write between the rampant misconceptions of Puritans (my research shocked me) and the admittedly difficult setting for romance, but I’ve enjoyed the challenge. 🙂

  2. What an intriguing set-up. The fact that his sisters started a ‘witch hunt’ and her aunt was a victim makes for some great drama, I’ll bet!

  3. You rock. Thank you so much!