Book Spotlight: Forgotten Sins’s Gray brothers vs. the Dark Protectors vamps… 3, 2, 1, fight!
Please help me welcome back Rebecca Zanetti to GT!
It’s so wonderful to be back here at GraveTells! Thank you for having me over for some fun today. My Dark Protector series has enjoyed its time here, and now I’m here to talk about my new series, the Sin Brothers. I thought it might be fun to compare the two…
July 7, 2013
Micro-Review: Forgotten Sins (Sins Brothers #1) by Rebecca Zanetti
A good amnesia plotline, when well-executed, can give the reader a smooth, organic introduction to the story world and characters, and Forgotten Sins is a great example of how to pull it off. Following along with Shane's self-revelations and doubts is an excellent vehicle for lending us insight into his personality and encouraging a compassion that might otherwise be difficult to dig up for such a stubborn and mercurial hero. The plot of the story unfolds naturally and is well paced, and the passion between Josie and Shane is smokin' hot.
Forgotten Sins is signature Rebecca Zanetti. If you like strong military-trained alpha males with heart, men who are willing and able to scrap, [...]
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