Tuesday, August 25, 2015
Review: Forsaken by Lisa Renee Jones
Six years ago, Chad’s hunt for a dangerous treasure turned deadly when his family home was set on fire, his parents killed. Faking his and his sister Amy’s death to protect her from further retaliation, he set her up in a new life with a friend’s help, letting her believe he’d died.
But now the men who hired Chad to find the treasure have found him, imprisoning and torturing him to learn where it’s hidden. A dark-haired beauty named Gia helps him escape, promising him access to his worst enemy. And as he tries to unravel the deep secrets of the past, he starts falling for her…only to discover she’s not what she seems.
Unable to trust anyone, Chad focuses on only two things: protecting his sister Amy and getting revenge. Is love even possible in the midst of heartache?
Gia is one great heroine very courageous and the more this went along the more I liked her. And Chad was a very flawed hero. He keeps trying to own what happened as all his fault. But I think most of the blame should have been on the bad guys shoulders and I am tickled about what happened at the end of this book. If you've read the rest of this series rest assured that you get most of the answers in this book.
I was given this book by the author in exchange for a fair and honest review and I give this book 4 stars.