*** I received a copy of this novella in exchange for an honest review ***
As much as I wanted to read Three Years (Gypsy Brothers #5) I was anxious at the same time, with the way the last book ended I so terrified for Juliette. How she was going to suffer at the hands of Dornan now he knows who she really is, that she tried to kill him, and was responsible for the death of four of his sons. Revenge is now his!
“However bad you think this is going to be? It’s going to be so much worse.”
All I can say is before reading this one I thought I had seen the extent of Doran’s evilness, but that was just the icing on the cake! In this one, he is just a crazy psychopath, a monster, and his evilness has no bounds, He just made my skin crawl, and I hated him. I just can’t believe what Juliette goes through. It’s dark reading at times. For the most part, she tries to be strong not give up, but at times it's too much for her
“There are things worse than death. And now, I know all of them”
Don’t go into this book thinking you know what’s going to happen, because you don’t, this was crazy, completely fucked up, with more twist and turns, secrets are revealed, oh! And my theory on Jason was true. Like the last book, the ending was intense, and I have been yet again anxiously biting my fingers, and I was desperate to know what is going to happen next in the penultimate book of the series Two Roads. And it's with a heavy heart that I have to say I don’t have to read it now as it's yet to be released. So I’m left like everyone else for the next exciting installment.
"What do you get when you cross two vengeful beasts?........"You get a war."
All I can say is this book list the rest of the series is a must read!! If you haven’t read it then, I would highly recommend that you 1- click all five novellas now as if twisted dark romance stories are your thing then you should try this series you won’t be disappointed. I just love what Lili St. Germain has done so far with this series.
“Ever has it been that love knows not its own depth until the hour of separation.”
After the ending to Four Score, I immediately started Three Years, the drama all kicked off and Dornan finally discovered the truth about ‘Sammi’. I knew Dornan was one twisted individual and Three Years showcased him in all his glory.
“I know you think this is going to be bad,” he had said, his grip against my face almost enough to break my jaw, “but however bad you think this is going to be? It’s going to be so. Much. Worse.”
If you have been a fan of the series so far, I will say Three Years is probably the toughest one to read. It’s gruesome, dirty and raw. Dornan is a monster and his death can’t come quick enough for me. He is hell bent on torturing Juliette for the death of his sons and her betrayal. His methods are horrid and I really felt for Juliette. Dornan wasn’t going to give up.
“If you fucking die on me before I’m finished with you, I’ll come down and drag you out of hell myself.”
Although it wasn’t easy to read at times, the story was entertaining and I really wanted Jase to be Juliette’s knight in shining armour. More secrets were revealed and Jase was hiding an agenda of his own. As I was reading, I did question some of the events. Especially the treatment of Juliette and I questioned if she bled that much each day without food and water, was it physiologically possible for her to survive that long. I know I’m being pedantic but these thoughts were running through my head as I was reading.
Juliette suffered the most horrible abuse at the hands of Dornan and she couldn’t believe the type of monster he became.
“How could you watch me come into this world,” I whisper , “and then take my world away from me?”
Just when I thought things couldn’t get any crazier, Dornan decides to change tactics and has another plan for Juliette. He wants to rebuild the Gypsy Brothers. I had my own theories about the situation and I was glad to discover I was right. I can’t wait to see how the story will unfold.
I really enjoyed Three Years. There were twists, turns, and revelations I wasn’t expecting. This series really has kept me guessing and it has been entertaining. I was a little annoyed with Juliette towards the end, she knew how crazy Dornan was and she was taking it out on Jase and what he was made to do. But I believe that will be cleared up in Two Roads. I can’t wait for the next part, Juliette and Jase still have a way to go and Dornan is still breathing!
“He’s going to tear the world down until he finds me and makes me pay.”
*I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
After the ending of Four Score, I was super anxious to get my hands on Three Years. Now that the cat is out of the bag, I fear for Juliette's life! What is Dornan going to do to her and is she going to be able to mentally survive it?
If I thought Dornan was bad in the first few novellas, he got even more crazy! I absolutely hated him! The things he put Juliette through were horrendous. He wants revenge for what Juliette did to his sons and he will not stop until she's ruined. She tries to be strong and be able to survive, but at times she falters and just wants everything to be done and over with.
What I loved the most about this installment was the fact that I had NO idea what was going to happen next. And when some things came to light? To say I was surprised, it's an understatement.
Overall, I really enjoyed it. It was as crazy as the first few. I did had a couple of problems with it that kind of bugged me, but I still liked it. I wish I had the next one on my kindle, but unfortunately I don't! If you are a fan of the dark, twisted, and disturbing, this series is for you! So go 1-click it!
Lili writes dark erotica and NA. Her debut serial novel, Seven Sons, was released in early 2014, with the remaining books in the series to release in quick succession. Lili quit corporate life to focus on writing and so far is loving every minute of it. Her other loves in life include her gorgeous husband, good coffee, hanging at the beach and running. She loves to read almost as much as she loves to write.
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