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Genres: Paranormal Romance
Published by Forever
Released on November 14, 2017
Twisted Truths is the third and final book in the Blood Brothers series. Maybe the final book in this world. I hope not as it is bittersweet to have this world end. It’s what got me to loving Rebecca Zanetti!
Last book. Blood Brothers. These men have been through everything and now it’s time to wrap it all up. This is not a standalone story. Every book builds on the last and characters from the Sin Brothers series are integrated with this one. You can’t understand this story without having read the series.
Denver is the last brother – Ryker and Heath – but he isn’t last in my book. He’s after Dr. Madison and Sheriff Cobb, when a woman from his past shows up. Hurt and angry, he has some explaining to do. To protect Noni, he left her behind with a wrong name and no idea of where he had gone. Noni innocently put a picture on the internet and he had to leave before something bad happens to both of them.
Noni doesn’t know what happened or what she did to drive Denver away, but she is spitting mad to hide the heart break. She is out to save her goddaughter and Denver is going to help even if he doesn’t want too.
The action is well balanced with character interactions and growth. The story is wrapping up a world and has a lot to do before the end. The author doesn’t let that distract us from what the story at heart is about…the love of two people. Throw in a baby in a dangerous alpha’s arms and you have a story that will keep your heart in chains.
This was a wonderful ending to a series of books that left me gasping, crying, laughing and loving. Each book is one you don’t want to put down. This one was no different. It will draw you in and spit you out at the end. Better than when you started it.
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