Review: Blind Faith (Sin Brothers #3) by Rebecca Zanetti
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Blind Faith by Rebecca Zanetti
Series: Sin Brothers #3
Published by: Forever Romance on May 6th 2014
Genres: Adult, Contemporary Romance, Military, Romantic Suspense
Source: NetGalley, Publisher
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About the Book:
A betrayal he couldn't forget . . .
For Nate Dean, love is a four-letter word. As part of a secret black-ops military unit, he and his brothers were genetically engineered by the government to be ruthless soldiers with an expiration date. They were loyal only to one another . . . until Nate laid eyes on the woman who stole his heart and blew his world apart. Now, years later, his family is still paying the price for his mistake. But as time runs out, there's only one person who can save his family: the very woman Nate swore he'd never trust again.
A love she couldn't deny . . .
The moment Audrey Madison spies Nate across a crowded ballroom, she can barely breathe. He's just as undeniably sexy as she remembers, yet there's an edge to him now that's as irresistible as it is dangerous. When he asks for her help, Audrey can't refuse. But she has secrets of her own-secrets that, if Nate ever discovers them, may cost them both their lives . . .
Blind Faith is the third book in Rebecca Zanetti’s Sin Brothers series. I’ve read the first two, and I was so excited to read about Nate and Audrey! After finishing the book, I was left anxious for the final book, and a little glad to be done with Nate and Audrey, honestly.
The Sin Brothers series follows the four Dean brothers, Shane, Matt, Nate, and Jory. The four brothers were created in test tubes and trained by the commander to be killers. Once they were older, the four brothers blew up the compound they grew up in and escaped to live their own lives. Only one problem: the brothers have kill chips inserted into their spines that will detonate if they aren’t deactivated.
I loved the first two books in the series, and I was really excited to read the third one. Nate and Audrey were in love once upon a time, when the brothers still lived at the military compound. However, Audrey ended things with Nate, and left him broken hearted. Now, they need Audrey to help them get the information they need to deactivate the chips, and to find out where Jory is being held.
I honestly think that Nate is my favorite of the Dean brothers so far. The second oldest, Nate had an interesting place in his family. While Matt was the military leader, training his brothers to be the very best warriors they can be, Nate made sure that Matt didn’t go over the deep end, as well as making sure Shane and Jory had an actual childhood, or as much of a childhood the brothers could have. Nate’s brothers are everything to him, and I really admire that about him. He will do whatever it takes to keep them safe. He also tries to see the best in people. He’s still in love with Audrey, even after everything the two of them have been through.
Audrey I think has been my least favorite protagonist so far, and I really can’t put my finger on why. She’s constantly looking for her mother’s approval, which isn’t ever going to happen. The cold Dr. Madison has a purely scientific mind. Everything is an experiment to her, including her own daughter. I understand that Audrey would want the approval of the only parent she has, but it got really annoying after a while. She just irritated me throughout almost the entire book. I didn’t always buy her reactions to events 100%. Her loyalty to her mother, even as the novel progresses and it becomes more and more apparent that she doesn’t care about her daughter.
Audrey’s annoyingness aside, I still loved the book. Zanetti’s writing style is just as amazing as always, The brothers are as strong, protective, and just plain sexy as always, and they’re coming closer to finding Jory with each passing chapter. I can’t wait for the fourth book to come out! The only other thing that bothered me about this particular book is the side plot revolving around the senator and the military funding.
All of this being said, Blind Faith gets 4 out of 5 controllers for me. I loved Nate Dean, really didn’t care for Audrey Madison, or the parts of the book that dealt with the craziness revolving the senator. But it’s a great series, and I am eagerly anticipating the fourth book!