Rebecca Zanetti's five star Sweet Revenge features a sexy super alpha hero
I'll admit it. I'm now addicted to Rebecca Zanetti's Sins Brothers series. I read the first book in the series, Forgotten Sins, and with its mix of contemporary romantic suspense with a dash of paranormal super soldiers, I was hooked. Happily you don't have to wait any longer to have your next fix as book two in the series, Sweet Revenge, is now available.
Who wouldn't be love a series that features three awesome, hunky, hot, sexy, super-alpha heroes - who just happen to be brothers (and I keep hoping that the fourth brother will turn up alive sometime soon as well). The first book introduced us to these genetically engineered super soldiers who have hearts of gold as they try to track down the answers to a time bomb implanted near their spines as well as search out their missing youngest brother - who it seems may have been killed.
Their enemy? The commander who raised them along with a doctor from hell - as well as other super soldiers who are still loyal to the "dark side." The first book was one that I couldn't put down and felt my adrenaline spiking towards the end of this fabulous page-turner. So, let me tell you, my expectations for book two were extremely high.
Well Rebecca Zanetti met my expectations and raised me. I loved the way she introduced Matt and Laney and how she kept us on the edge of our proverbial seats between a serial killer, the search for the missing surgeon - who may or may not have answers for the brothers, and their continued avoidance of the commander and his followers.
In addition, there are some fabulous sexy scenes between Laney and Matt, whose heat seemed almost to sizzle my Kindle! I loved how Zanetti's characters reveal themselves to the reader little by little. Both Matt and Laney have major trust issues - and their story is truly compelling.
So five stars for this newest series entry and I can't wait till book three, Blind Faith, will be available in May.
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I received an eARC from the publisher through NetGalley for use in this review.