Review: Hear No Evil (Brotherhood #3) by Jordan Ford


Hear No Evil by Jordan Ford
Series: Brotherhood Trilogy #3
Genre: YA, Romantic Suspense
Release Date: February
Buy Now: Amazon


Riley Duncan is haunted by a past he can’t remember. Something happened in the isolated cabin he now calls home. Something deadly. And he can’t rest until he finds out what it is.

Not wanting to burden anyone with his nonsensical nightmares, he keeps to himself until his contact in town, an intelligent girl he’s desperately trying not to fall for, reveals some long-buried evidence that will destroy everything he thought he knew about his family.

Caitlin Powell is cursed with an overpowering curiosity. So when a gorgeous stranger shows up in her small town of Legacy, she is compelled to figure out his story. Something about his quiet way and shy smile works like a magnet to draw her in, and she soon finds herself caught up in a mystery from long ago. A mystery people in Legacy refuse to talk about.

Unearthing the truth is a scary business and the young couple soon find themselves caught in a game of life and death as enemies from the past come back to finish what they started a decade before.


I generously received this ARC from the author in exchange for an honest review!

Hear No Evil is the final installment in the Brotherhood Trilogy and the perfect conclusion to this extraordinary series! Jordan Ford (aka Melissa Pearl) has done it again! Just like last time I didn’t think that this book could be better then book #1 – See No Evil, but this one has truly exceeded even my wildest of expectations! There is absolutely nothing that this author can’t do if she sets her mind to it and man does she deliver a killer book every single time. Hear No Evil was filled with double the amount of suspense and mystery as the first two books and had me on the edge of my seat until the very end. This book had so many twists and turns that I found myself going back to re-read particular scenes to make sure that I didn’t miss anything.


Finally we got to see Riley and Caitlin emotionally complex love story and I can’t believe how intense their story was. I though that the author did a great job at developing these characters in the previous books. Although we only met Caitlin briefly in book #2 – Speak No Evil, it felt like I knew her since the very beginning. I could feel her emotions pouring out of the pages, grabbing my heart and squeezing it tight until I could hardly breathe through the pain. Although I didn’t think I would, I bawled throughout so many parts of this book that I could hardly see through my tears at the end.


Overall, this book made my cry big fat crocodile tears and smile more then I thought I ever could. Even though I am sad to see this “family” go, I know that Jordan Ford ended it on the perfect note and tied up every loose end we saw in the previous books in the trilogy!

About Jordan Ford

Jordan Ford is a young adult romance author.

“Writing high school romances brings me the greatest joy. My heart bubbles, my insides zing, and I am at my happiest when immersed in a great scene with characters who have become real to me.”

Her first series, The Big Play Novels, is based on a high school football team in the fictional town of Nelson, Idaho.

“I’ve totally fallen in love with this team and the girls that win their hearts.”

Her second series, The Brotherhood Trilogy, delves into romantic suspense and she’s enjoyed delving into more intense stories still soaked in romance.

Connect with the author: Website / Facebook / Twitter / Goodreads


2 thoughts on “Review: Hear No Evil (Brotherhood #3) by Jordan Ford

    1. I am so glad that you did! It’s hard to believe that this trilogy is over, but I am happy to see what you have in store for us next! 🙂


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