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Review of Blind Faith

Blind Faith is a contemporary romance novel by Rebecca Zanetti. This book is the 3rd book in the Sins Brothers series.

  • Title: Blind Faith
  • Author: Rebecca Zanetti (@RebeccaZanetti)
  • Genre: Contemporary Romance, Romantic Thriller
  • Length: 391 Pages
  • Released: May 6, 2014
  • Rating: 9.3 out of 10

This is the story of four alpha-male brothers who are fed up with their puppet masters and break free.

The buildup for Nate Dean and Audrey Maidson’s story began at the very beginning of the first book in this series. I knew one day it was coming, and I couldn’t wait. His love story is built into the whole story of all the brothers so that you couldn’t see how it would work out, considering what you learned about it in the previous two books.

It’s hard to say much without revealing spoilers. Basically, this is the story of Nathan Dean and Audrey Madison. Aubrey being Dr. Madison’s daughter, the doctor who made the brother’s life hell growing up.

On its own, it’s a decent story, but you really have to read all the books from start to finish to truly get the genius of this series.

This series is something I could really see them making a movie out of.

Speaking of movies, this book was released in 2014. Movies don’t age well. You watch a movie from years ago, and it’s obvious it’s an older movie. Books like this one, though, you can’t tell if this book was written in 2014 or 2017. It’s just that good.

The men in this book just blow you away with all they have been through, yet they still have the capacity to love. It’s great. I absolutely recommend reading not only this book but the entire series.


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