A romantic crime story nicely told, with the unusual setting of a Trappist monastery.
I enjoyed the read and liked the story very much. The slow build up of the relationship between Brothers Casey and Sebastion was nicely done. You could feel the sexual tension between them both and in conflict with their natural desires and their vows. However, for me personally I felt there could have been a little more build up in suspense around the crime story and the ending was rather clunky even though I hadn't guessed. Therefore, this book gets a solid three for me.