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    A story where mystery and romance tangle

    When I started reading Moonlight Sins, I didn't know what to expect. I started the book only to be engulfed in a world where they made their own rules and where nothing is never has it seems. When you first meet the three De Vincent brothers, you can already tell that something dark is always hovering around them; probably all the skeletons they have hidden in their closets. De Vincent is a wealthy family that always seems to have tragic stories related to it. In this book, you follow Lucian De Vincent, the middle brother, who is to me the guy that always acts like he doesn't care about anything at all. He goes through woman after woman like they don't matter really. But I have to give him that he's honest about his intentions. He also seems like the kind of guy who never steps away from a challenge which is probably why Julia Hughes intrigued him so much. When Dev, the older brother, hired Julia to be the in-home nurse for Lucian's twin sister, Madeline, Lucian went to meet with Julia and see for himself who would be taking care of his sister. As they interact , something about the way she actually seems to care about the patient and her caring nature gets to him and sets her on his radar, but she also has no clue who she is talking to though she can't deny the attraction. The same attraction that leads Julia, a girl who never takes risk and who's always thinking thoroughly before making a decision, to invite him inside. Their brief encounter will leave her with more questions than she can answer, until she finally arrives at the De Vincent mansion. Julia and Lucian start to play a game of mouse and cat as she tries to ignore her attraction to him and while he tries everything to get her to succumb to his charms. Julia is set on doing her job and caring for Madeline whose mysterious condition is leaving everyone in the dark about what happened to her. The tension is palpable between them and you just want them to finally do something about it. They both get closer as they delve into each other's lives. Julia sees a side of Lucian that no many get to see and he feels like for once in his life, someone is seeing him for who he is and not for what he can give her. But more than this, there's something going on in this house and Julia is starting to wonder what is going on: footsteps where no one should be, shadows lurking, Madeline's sickness, etc. The mystery is high in this book and you keep wondering if this house is really haunted or if there's more to it than the rumors that have been said over the decades. What more can I say without spoiling it too much? The three brothers are quite different yet you can deny that they are close. The next book in this series is about Gabriel whom I can't wait to read about, but I will admit that Dev, the older brother, is the one that got me more curious because he really radiates darkness. Overall, this was a great read filled with mystery after mystery while tangled with romance.
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    An entertaining read

    A nice blend of suspense, romance, and a murder. The perfect blend for a book that keeps you wondering until the end. I will definitely read the stories of the other deVincent males.
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    Well that was an interesting and surprising book!

    Since this is a new series I didn't know what to expect from it, besides knowing I would like it for sure because it's Jen. It took me a little bit to get into it since I didn't know what was going on and it was completely new. I also didn't know what to think of the characters, not just at the beginning, but at certain points throughout the book as well. There is a lot to this storyline. So much happens and you have to pay attention to what's going on every step of the way. I made many guesses on what I thought was going to happen next, but I was often wrong and therefore surprised. Once the book started to really get going and I got a feel for it I was hooked. It was a very well written book, as usual for Jen. So much happens to the characters and we learn a lot about them throughout the book. Julia is a simple girl and easy to understand. She's smart, kind, dedicated, and easy to like. I enjoyed learning more about her life and seeing everything de Vincent through her eyes. The de Vincents on the other hand weren't always the easiest to like. They're all a bit of a mystery with a whole lot of secrets. Lucien is definitely a determined guy who loves his family, even though that doesn't always show. He does what he wants to do and when he wants to do it. He is very entertaining, but also stubborn. He can be sweet when he wants to be and is very protective. I like that he is different with Julia, maybe not right away, but he shows a different side of himself when he's around her. The rest of the de Vincents are an intriguing bunch. They don't often let people in so it's hard to see what's really going on in their heads. I really wanna learn more about them though. I know there are many more secrets to be revealed and I can't wait. Moonlight Sins had a different feel to it than other Jen books. It was exciting and intriguing and kept me on the edge of my seat. I can't wait for Moonlight Seduction!

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