My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Genetically altered since birth and trained in black ops equals some very SINfully alpha’s.
Love finding a new series with military men and this one is even better with a twist. Born and raised in a military camp 4 young boys each with differently super human capabilities were forced to train to be killers. They plotted there escape as adults and have been in hiding ever since trying to bring down the whole organization. Two years ago one of those men met and married a woman but 2 months later disappeared without a trace.
Josie Dean grew up in foster homes never really having anyone to call family. When she met Shane Dean she thought she’d finally gotten her wish to be part of a family, to have someone to call her own. She knew her husband was in the military and kept many secrets from her but she loved him enough to let those secrets slide. That is until he just left her with no word. Now she is being called to the hospital to collect her injured husband she hasn’t heard from in two years. Josie was not at all happy to see Shane. She had finally filed for divorce and was moving on with her life. Shane who is suffering from amnesia and doesn’t remember Josie in his head but recognizes he had feelings for her in his heart doesn’t let Josie walk away from the hospital without him.
There is plenty of action throughout this book. I really liked the twist on how Shane and his brothers were created and raised. We were given the clues to Shane’s past as he slowly remembered which kept you turning the pages to find out what was going on. You could tell Shane and Josie were meant for each other right from the start but they had a lot of baggage to get through before Josie could fully trust Shane again with her heart. As if the whole background of Shane and his brothers and knowing someone was after them wasn’t enough there was also another side plot that involved Josie and her job that was interwoven into the already action packed story.
Looking forward to the rest of the brothers stories and getting answers to plenty of story plots that were left open.