Moonlight Sins

Moonlight Sins by Jennifer L Armentrout

3.5 stars 

“Legend goes that only two things can happen to women of the de Vincent family or women who come here. They either end up…. unstable or they end up dead.” 

Moonlight Sins is the beginning of a new contemporary romance series by Jennifer Armentrout and this book was a promising start! Julia is a live in nurse who gets hired by a wealthy client to care for a family member. But when she gets to her new job in Louisiana she doesn’t realize it’s one of the wealthiest families in the country.

The person she’s to care for is to remain a secret, and the house she’s staying in has eerie flickering lights and the sounds of footsteps. Julia also finds herself attracted to one of the de Vincent men Lucian, a notorious playboy. And he seems to have taken a liking to her too…

“You know what we are. What we always end up doing to people. We destroy them and then go about our lives like nothing fucking happened.” 

I really enjoyed this story, Jennifer Armentrout is great at writing mystery and heroes to swoon over. This first book in a series holds so much potential and I cannot wait to see how the rest of the series goes.

The romance was really sweet, but surprisingly I found myself more interested in the mystery plot of the book more than the romance. I was hooked and wanted all my questions answered, so I sped through this book!

Fans of mystery romance genre, you will love this book!

“How can you be here and be the most beautiful creature I’ve ever seen?” 

ARC provided by the author. All/any quotes in this review came from an advance unedited copy and may be subject to change in the final product. 

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