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Book Review: Blind Faith (Sins Brothers #3) by Rebecca Zanetti

 
Writing style & finesse
9.0


 
Originality
9.0


 
World-building
8.7


 
Character development
9.3


 
Likeable/relatable characters
9.5


 
Plot tension
9.0


 
Flow & pacing
9.2


 
Heat &/or sexual tension
9.0


 
Total Score
9.1
9.1/ 10


User Rating
20 total ratings

 


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Posted February 16, 2015 by

*** This review is SPOILER-FREE! Read on with confidence! ***

You know that scene from the reboot Star Trek movie where Scottie says “I like this ship. It’s exciting!”? Well that’s how I felt while reading this book. Blind Faith is most definitely exciting! The story has a lot of elements of romantic suspense and flirts a little with the genre boundary, but I’d say it ultimately falls on the side of contemporary romance with some paranormal elements.

Speaking of ultimate, the Gray/Dean brothers are a hell of a set of alpha heroes! Nathan—like his brothers before him—is serious and radiates a constant lethal edge, and he’s willing to sacrifice anything to see his family safe, with the freedom to live long, happy lives. That is, until Audrey dances back into his life. As the daughter of the psychopathic genius scientist who created the brothers to be the ultimate killer soldiers, Audrey must constantly walk the line between trying to live up to her mother’s expectations and falling into the manipulations and mind games the twisted scientist thrives on. Both Nate and Audrey have one regret in life and that’s losing each other, so to see them come back together after all this time is an intensely satisfying experience.

Blind Faith is nearly impossible to put down!

The story Ms. Zanetti has crafted is stellar, with great action and suspense, believable bursts of adrenaline followed by lulls of quiet. Some of the tactics used by the Dean brothers to communicate and infiltrate are quite brilliant and Audrey herself is far more capable and intelligent than she gives herself credit for. My favorite kind of heroine: determined and smart.

I love the sneak peek at the end of the book for the next book in the series and can’t wait for it to come out.

There were several moments in Blind Faith that made me feel like I was in the middle of a Dan Brown novel, which really made me smile. Ms. Zanetti infuses such energy into the story, sprinkled with a nicely crafted cultish mystery, that it’s really just a joy to read. Toss in the (possibly) unintentional comedic relief of the Dean brothers at their most protective with the expertly penned fighting sequences, and you’ve got a book that is nearly impossible to put down!

Blind Faith is #3 in the Sins Brothers series, so if you haven’t read the first two, get started with Forgotten Sins. Check out our reviews for Forgotten Sins and Sweet Revenge!

Buy Blind Faith on Amazon here!
You can pre-order (or order, depending on when you’re reading this!) Total Surrender, #4 in the series, on Amazon here! Total Surrender releases on March 31, 2015.

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PS – Did you know?

The Sins Brothers series was voted 2013’s GraveTells Most Promising New Series by readers! Read about the nomination and voting results


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Sue "DaVinciKittie" Brown-Moore is a veteran romance blogger and reviewer and the primary voice for GraveTells.com. Sue and GraveTells have won several blogging awards, and GraveTells recently celebrated its five-year anniversary! Sue is also a freelance Developmental Editor passionate about helping authors bring out the best in their stories. She loves reading romance, fantasy, and sci-fi and edits any genre she reads for pleasure. You can follow Sue's editing blog, with tips and tricks for authors, at DaVinciKittie.com.


One Comment


  1.  

    Okay, whoever is giving these low “user rating” scores, speak up and tell us why! This book was definitely better than a 3/10! 😉

    If you’re gonna score it (and please do!!), leave a comment letting us know what you thought and why. =)





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