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Forgotten Sins (Sins Brothers #1) by Rebecca Zanetti

I could not put this book down!! I had a dirty house, kids that did not get played with and forced to play together, and stayed up waaaaay into the night to read this as fast as I could. I love a good suspenseful military romance and this is right up there in my handful of favorites. I am so happy that I found another author I can obsess over. I heard authors like that. Lol. But in all seriousness, I will be slowly buying all of Rebecca's books if they are just as good as this series.

Shane. OMG I want to find this man and climb him. Phew! Even though he can't remember much of his past at the beginning of the story, his testosterone jumps off the page immediately. He wasn't a big block-head either. He had emotions that didn't feel forced. It worked so well with him.

And Josie I loved. She had just the right amount of backbone, determination and love for Shane that they fit perfectly. Even though she gets her heart broke when he left, she is smart enough to not deny what she feels for him in her heart...that the love for him is still there. Unfortunately along the way she runs into a lot of issues. At one point I was thinking the poor girl had some freaky bad luck or was having one hell of a horrible week. Lol.

Which leads me to the storyline. The action weaved into this story was another reason why I couldn't put the book down. I am not a big movie watcher but if I have the choice of action or chick flick, I usually pick action. (I know this makes not sense considering I live and breathe romance novels. I'm abnormal.) The book played out as a kick ass movie that I didn't want to end. Luckily I had the next book ready to go in my TBR pile so appease me. So look for that review to come soon!

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