Series Review — Gypsy Brothers Series by Lili St. Germain

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Series Review — Gypsy Brothers Series by Lili St. Germain Title: Four Score
Author: Lili St. Germain
Series: , #4
Publisher by: Independent
Published on: May 26, 2014
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Dark Romance, Erotic Romance, Romance, Romantic Suspense
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Love and hate aren’t all that different.

Two sides of the same coin, the yin and the yang.

Once upon a time, Jason Ross loved me. And now that he knows what I’ve done, I see the love and the hate warring within him.

I see the way he looks at me.

The way he wonders how I could do the things I’ve done.

I hear it in the way he begs me to stop, to leave this life and run away with him.

But there’s only one way I’m leaving LA.

And that’ll be when Dornan and the rest of his sons are dead and buried.

Jase might forgive me for what I’ve done.

But will he forgive me for the crimes I’m yet to commit?

With Four Score coming out tomorrow, May 26th, we are doing a full SERIES review. Enjoy 🙂

There will be a total of 7 books. All reviews done by Katrina <3

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Seven Sons

Confucius said, “Before embarking on a journey of revenge, dig two graves.” I planned to dig seven.

Blurb…

My father was most certainly NOT an innocent man. As the leader of the Gypsy Brothers MC, he was guilty of many things. But he died for a crime that he didn’t commit, framed by an enemy within who then stole his club and everything he had ever worked to protect.

Including my innocence.

When Dornan Ross framed my father, he set into motion a series of events that could never be undone. My father was murdered by Dornan Ross and his sons when I was fifteen years old.

Before my father died, Dornan Ross and his seven sons stole my innocence, branded my skin and in doing so, ensured that their lives would be prematurely cut short. That they would suffer.

I’ve just turned twenty-one, and I’m out for blood. I’m out for revenge.

But I didn’t expect to fall for Jase, the youngest brother in the club.

I didn’t expect that he would turn my world upside down, yank my heart out of my chest and ride away into the sunset with it.

Now, I’m faced with an impossible choice – Jase, or avenging my fathers death?

Background…

Juliette Portland is on a mission, to exact revenge against those that have stolen so much from her. At the age of 15, Julz was brutality assaulted by Dornan Ross and his sons; who later called her father. After being left for dead, Julz goes into hiding with Elliot, then cop assigned to her case, and fakes her death. 6 years later, she has a new look, thanks to plastic surgery, and a new name Sammi. She is stronger, and more determined to kill those to hurt her.

Review…

When I first read it, my first thoughts were O.M.G! Where Juliette was young and innocent, Sammi is a freaking beast and there is no stopping her now. When she arrived in that club she knew what she was doing, and there was no stopping her. Dornan is a total jerk off, and I cannot wait to see what happens when it’s his time to die. Jason or Jase is the youngest Ross son, and Juliette’s best friend and the boy she truly ever loved. Elliot is such a sweetheart, and I just know that Juliette is going to stomp all over his heart.

This series is serious. This is definitely not for those who want a HEA. It’s a dark story with twist and turns, and I freaking love it!

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Six Brothers

To be wronged is nothing, unless you continue to remember it -Confucius

Blurb…

I have lied.

I have cheated.

I have given my body and my life to the man who destroyed my family and left me for dead.

I have killed, I have sinned, and worst of all, I have enjoyed the misery of others.

I have licked the salty tears of a father mourning his firstborn son, and nothing has ever tasted so sweet.

I have died, and I have been resurrected, a phoenix from the ashes.

I know I’m going to hell. I’ll burn in the fiery pits alongside Dornan and his sons for the things I’ve done, and for the things I’m about to do.

But I don’t care. It will be worth every lick of the devils flames on my guilty flesh to destroy Dornan Ross.

One down, six to go

Review…

This is basically it. Sammi is happy with the outcome, but Dornan is pissed. He just buried is favorite son, and he is taking it out on everyone. While Dornan mourns his son, Sammi has to prepare for her next kill. Jase is still in the picture, and him and Sammi are getting kind of close. Although she hasn’t said anything, Jase has mentioned a few times that she reminds him of a girl that he use to know, and I just want to scream at Sammi to tell him who she really is. But of course she doesn’t.

During Dornan’s depression/mourning period, he almost kills Sammi, but Jase finds her and takes her home to recover. Jase tells her that she needs to leave before Dornan does kill her, but she says she can’t and Jase gets pissed off. With Jase mad, she continues on her quest, and prepares to kill her next target.

I don’t want to give too much away, so I’m going to stop right there. I will say that this books ends with Sammi in the hospital. You will have to read to find out how/why she’s there, but I gotta say, O.M.G. This series is getting better and better.

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Five Miles

God hath given you one face, and you make yourself another. –William Shakespeare, Hamlet

 

Blurb…

My father taught me the importance of an eye for an eye—a cardinal rule, ingrained in every club member.

A life for a life.

Seven lives in payment for an unimaginable list of sins.

People might wonder why I’m doing this. If this vengeance is borne from some noble cause. If I’m trying to prevent others from suffering at the hands of Dornan Ross and his sons.

But I’m no selfless vigilante.

I’m doing this for me. I’m doing it because I want to.

I’m doing this because I just want to be able to sleep at night without seeing their faces.

This is the fate they have earned. The penance for their crimes.
Time to send some of these brothers off with a bang.

Review…

Juliette gets out of the hospital only to run to the one person that she knows, Elliot. Elliot is her protector and has been since she was 15 when he helped her escape and hide. Elliot loves her, and honestly we know that Juliette loves him, but her heart belongs to someone else, Jase.

“I left because after three years, you were still calling out for him.”

(talk about sad…) Jase knows who Elliot is, well kind of, he knows that Elliot has a tattoo shop, but he doesn’t know who he is to Sammi. Jase still sees her as a wh*re, but even worse now that she was in the hospital for an “overdose.” Jase thinks that she’s like all the other girls that belong to the club, and he doesn’t like it.

Elliot feels that although Julz has taken out 2 of the 7, it’s going to take her a long time to finish, so he comes up with a plan to kill them all at once. Although Julz was hesitant, she goes with the plan anyway, and there are some disastrous results.

I’m going to end my review with these two things.

  1. Dornan is going to be the cockroach that won’t die, even in a nuclear explosion.
  2. The ending…speechless.
  3. If you are a fan you HAVE to read this one. It will blow your mind.

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Four Score

If you prick us, do we not bleed? If you poison us, do we not die? And if you wrong us, shall we not revenge? –William Shakespeare The Merchant of Venice

Blurb…

Love and hate aren’t all that different.

Two sides of the same coin, the yin and the yang.

Once upon a time, Jason Ross loved me. And now that he knows what I’ve done, I see the love and the hate warring within him.

I see the way he looks at me.

The way he wonders how I could do the things I’ve done.

I hear it in the way he begs me to stop, to leave this life and run away with him.

But there’s only one way I’m leaving LA.

And that’ll be when Dornan and the rest of his sons are dead and buried.

Jase might forgive me for what I’ve done.

But will he forgive me for the crimes I’m yet to commit?

Review…

“I should have killed them all the first chance I got…”

“There’s still time…”

Holy. Freaking. Cow. That should be my review, because I am speechless. Now that Jase knows who Sammi really is, he doesn’t want to let her go…

“I fucking love you.” “I fucking love you, too.”

The book starts out with them still at the hospital where Dornan is in a coma, Ant and Jazz are dead, and two more have survived. (See cockroaches, they won’t die!) Juliette is shocked that Jase knows who she is, knows who Elliot really is and knows what her plans were/are.

Getting to safety (just to Jase’s house) Juliette explains everything to Jase, and Jase is shocked. Elliot shows up to “kidnap” Julz, only to almost get hurt himself.

When Julz has a nightmare, Jase is there to comfort her. When Jase mentions that he was in darkness for three years it gets Juliette’s mind wondering but drops it for the time being. They spend a few days/night together only to get the news that Dornan is awake.

The ending is crazy with a capital C. It just makes me think about what’s going to happen in the next book Three Years.  Lili St. Germain is freaking AWESOME! The way she tells the story amazes me!

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About Lili St. Germain

Lili writes dark erotica and NA. Her debut serial novel, Seven Sons, is was released in early 2014, with the following books in the series to released 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.