Tuesday, May 16, 2017

ARC REVIEW Lethal Lies by Rebecca Zanetti

I absolutely love The Sin Brothers series and this is book two of the spinoff series Blood Brothers. The problem of Dr. Madison and Sheriff Cobb continues as they try and track down the missing brothers. Heath Jones is in the middle of an investigation trying to track down a serial killer who just murdered an undercover FBI agent. I feel like RZ pulled a Psycho on us introduced one character then killed her off and replaced her with her sister. It all good though Anya and Heath are a dynamite couple the attraction is palpable and undeniable, hot, so so so hot. I really like Heath, he has so much in common with Shane it was like reading another version of his story. I love the writing RZ is one of my favorite Romantic Suspense authors she always keeps it paced well with a well balanced story.

The Copper Killer strikes again. This time it's Anya Best's sister and FBI agent Lorraine. Anya has been the target the whole time with each kidnapping she received a letter and a picture and the dead body of the redheaded victim would show up a few days later. The Bastard Brothers were hired by one of the family but it's personal now. Even more so when Anya (very traumatized and devastated) acts selfishly and announces for the world to hear that Heath is her fiance and that they will be investigating it together. Heath and the rest of his brother are now on alert because it's only a matter of time before Dr. Madison sics her soldiers on them. But Heath can't leave Anya alone with a serial killer after her. But the killer is close he's teasing them and taunting them and they know it's only a matter of time before he finds Anya. Anya and Heath know it's not the appropriate time to start a relationship or to even fall in love they even try to avoid it altogether especially since Heath is on the run but you can't deny true love and Heath will risk his life to keep Anya away from the killer.

Overall, it was a great read. I loved it it had a spectacular twist, I really didn't see it coming.

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