Twisted Truths Audiobook by Rebecca Zanetti (REVIEW)

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Review of: Twisted Truths Audiobook
Audiobook:
Rebecca Zanetti

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4.5
On December 21, 2017
Last modified:December 21, 2017

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Twisted Truths Audiobook

By: Rebecca Zanetti

Narrated by: Karen White

Published by: Hachette Audio 11/14/2017

Twisted Truths Audiobook by Rebecca Zanetti

4.5 stars rating

Blood Brothers #3

13 hrs and 14 mins

Genre: Romantic Suspense

Twisted Truths Audiobook Sample

Twisted Truths Audiobook

4.5 Hearts

I can’t believe we are already to the last book in the Blood Brothers trilogy. This is a world that I’ve enjoyed immensely. In this, the last book, Denver gets his chance at love. He actually met Noni when he was on a mission in Anchorage, Alaska. He left her to keep her safe, though he knew it would break her heart.

Noni is desperate to find her friend’s baby. Her friend is dead, of suspicious nature. The baby is gone. The father is a drug dealer and in a gang. The friend left the baby to Noni in the will, but first they must find the baby, then she can fight for the legal right to her in court. In her desperation, she posts the only picture she has of Denver all over the net to try to find him. She knew that he would be able to help her.

Denver shows up and things all go sideways. Trying to determine who attacking them, is it the gang or Dr. Maddison and Sheriff Cobb? Neither are a group that anyone would want to tangle with. Denver goes into full protective mode and is determined to find the child. Then he is determined to end Cobb and Maddison before they become a danger to Noni and his family.

This book, as with all the books in this series, is full of really great characters. I love the addition of Noni and her aunts, who feel the need to refer to Denver as “dickhead” after he broke Noni’s heart the first time he left. There is also the return of Detective Malloy and his girlfriend (I would’ve loved more time with her). There are also the Dean brothers from the Sin Brothers series. Even the villains are amazing characters, even has you hate them.

Twisted Truths also has a ton of action. This story has Denver and Noni running from a notorious drug gang and his nemesis of Dr. Maddison and Sheriff Cobb. There are a ton of twists and turns as they have to deal with both groups to try to find the baby. Denver shows off his computer skills as he searches the black web and illegal auction for the baby.

This books wraps of the series, which does make sad. I haven’t heard of any more books set in this world, but I would gladly read them. I loved how we got to spend some time with Dean brothers and got to see them at the end of this book. This series has truly been a series about family, be they actually of blood or just friends who will stand with each other, no matter what.

Twisted Truths Audiobook Narration

4.5 Hearts

Karen White continues to do an amazing job with the narration of this series (as she did with the Sin Brothers series). There is a large array of male and female characters and she has no problem with the large cast that spans multiple series. I love all the voices she’s chosen for each character, they each fit the character’s personality to a tea. If you haven’t tried Karen White, I highly recommend her work.

Rebecca Zanetti

Rebecca Zanetti

Growing up amid the glorious backdrops and winter wonderlands of the Pacific Northwest has given Rebecca fantastic scenery and adventures to weave into her stories. She resides there with her husband, children and extended family who inspire her every day. Rebecca has completed several manuscripts, winning award throughout the writing industry for her work. She currently writes the Dark Protector series for Kensington Publishing, the Maverick Montana series for Entangled Publishing, and the Sin Brothers series for Grand Central Publishing.

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Narrator Karen White

Narrator Karen White

Karen White is a classically trained actress who has been recording audio books since 1999 and has well over 150 books to her credit and is a proud member of SAG-AFTRA. Honored to be included in Audiofile’s Best Voices 2010 and 2011, she’s also an Audie Finalist and Best Audiobook of the Year winner for 2009, 2010 and 2011 (The Hemingses of Monticello by Annette Gordon Reed, Too Good to be True by Erin Arvedlund, and Everything That Rises Must Converge by Flannery O’Connor) and she has earned multiple Audiofile Earphones Awards.

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I like to thank Hachette Audio for providing me with a copy of this audiobook in exchange for an honest review.

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Melanie Simmons
I’m Melanie and I live in Ohio. I have two horses and a dog. I’m an animal lover, avid book reader and audiobook listener. I like to live vicariously through fictional characters. I enjoy reading and listening to mostly fictional books in the paranormal genre, including Urban Fantasy, Paranormal Romance and Horror. My favorite paranormal creatures are shifters, doesn’t matter the flavor.

    25 Comments

  1. Holy crap! This sounds fantastic!!!!!!! I love the setting, especially right now; a great winter read 🙂 I’m thinking I need to start with the first book of the trilogy, right? Since Denver met Noni earlier?

    Still killing my TBR after all these years… 😀

    • Hahaha. We don’t see Denver and Noni together, even in the prior books, but I would still recommend that you start with book one. It explains how the three brothers came together and a lot more about the villains, Dr. Maddison and Sheriff Cobb. The trouble with them goes across the entire trilogy. This is a really fun series. I think you would enjoy it.
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  2. Sounds good Melanie and she is an author on my wish list

    • She has so many great series. I love this one and the Sin Brothers (Blood Brothers is a spin off from Sin Brothers, either can be read without the other). I also really love her Scorpius Syndrome series. It is dystopian with a zombie like feel, but not really zombies.
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  3. Sounds like a series I need to try. It always bodes well for a series when it ends on a positive note. I like th sound of the action and the characters. Adding it to my library audio wish list. Happy holidays to you! SEe you back in 2018.

  4. I thought this book wrapped things up well. And, I agree about the wonderful emphasis on family even if its not blood kin. I’ll miss this world of the Sins and Blood Brothers.

  5. I have never been a huge fan of rom-suspense, but maybe I should try in audiobook format.

    • Jen – I love romantic suspense as it has more plot than contemporary romance / more action. It’s a kin to UF without the supernatural but kickass with a little more focus on the romance. Try this which does have some supernatural flavor, or I-team series by Pamela Clare. Anne

  6. Glad the series ended on a good note. I seriously need to read her books, but not sure which to start with. On a side note, books need to chill with the girl running away on the cover. They’re everywhere now! lol
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    • Agreed about the cover.

      Rebecca Zanetti has several really good series. Forgotten Sins is the first book in the Sin Brothers series set in this world. It has brothers with genetic modifications like enhanced hearing and stuff. This series is a spin off from that series.

      There is also the Scorpius Syndrome series. It is a dystopian series with people getting a bacteria which changes their personalities. There is a bit of a zombie like feel, but not zombies. Both are really fun series.
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  7. I really enjoyed this series so much. I only had the first one on audio and probably would have enjoyed the last 2 even more that way. I loved Malloy’s girlfriend and the Dean bros here also. But Noni – I feel like she was an idiot at times. Altho Denver didn’t tell her the worst stuff, the gang was bad enough. Otherwise, it was great. Anne

  8. I’m on the waitlist for this audio. I hope I get it soon! I like this spin-off was short and I think the suspense was stronger than the original series.

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