Four Score (Gypsy Brothers, #4) [NOOK Book]

Overview

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's in danger of figuring out what I've done, I see the love and the hate warring within him.

I see the way he looks at me.

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Four Score (Gypsy Brothers, #4)

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Overview

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's in danger of figuring out 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 his father and this life and never look back.

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.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940045791205
  • Publisher: Lili Saint Germain
  • Publication date: 5/26/2014
  • Series: Gypsy Brothers , #4
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 9,340
  • File size: 272 KB

Meet the Author

Lili writes dark, disturbing romance. Her #1 bestselling Gypsy Brothers series was created in a serial format - quick, intense episodes released frequently with some wicked cliffhangers. The Gypsy Brothers series focuses on a morally bankrupt biker gang and the girl who seeks her vengeance upon them. The Cartel series is a prequel trilogy of full-length novels that explores the beginnings of the club, to be released in 2015 by HarperCollins.

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 and beautiful daughter, good coffee, Tarantino movies and spending hours on Pinterest.

She loves to read almost as much as she loves to write.

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Customer Reviews

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 29, 2014

    Good but

    Great read but it is a installment book. 90 pages. Is the read good enough to fork out the kind of money you will have in all the installments.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 26, 2014

    Wow

    This book was both amazing, and sad. The sadness comes from the fact her hate blinds her, makes her careless and rash. Juliette i pity because the rage and the need for revenge is unbearable like a cancer eating at her soul. Juliette finds love and solace in jase. Jase i love more and more after reading this. I want him to save her and free her of the real and internal demons. She needs him like a flower needs the sun. I just shake my head at juliette because in the end, she swept back up in the hands of dornan. I only hope lili gives juliette a happy ending because the girl desperately needs it.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted January 2, 2015

    I am in awe of this series, I cannot get enough of this story.

    I am in awe of this series, I cannot get enough of this story.

    There was so much going on in this installment, I again was so elated that I waited for all the books to be out so no waiting for the next one. Each cliffhanger in the series is bigger than the last.

    Jase knows who "Sammi" is now. How did he find out ? Will he tell Dornan? Is he truly still the boy that Juliette loved, still loves? Is he on her side? 

    It was like I was holding my breath with Juliette waiting for Jase to figure it out. Then he does and I felt relief and then much like Juliette I felt despair at the consequences now that Jase knows. What a roller coaster ride of emotions!

    Lili St. Germain knows how to tell a gripping story that's for sure.

    Moved right on to the next book. 

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  • Posted September 10, 2014

    It seems that once Lili opened the emotional floodgates, she lef

    It seems that once Lili opened the emotional floodgates, she left us to drown in the overwhelming feelings of this story. When things between Juliette and Jase change completely, the connection between them is left out in the open. The character development to this point in the story is astounding. I’ve learned so much about Juliette and Jase in such a short period of time. Watching them navigate their deadly situation and adapt to new truths reminded me how much these characters have grown since the first novella. Jase struggles to accept the things Juliette has done and every time he was reminded of her plan, I felt my stomach drop for him. This part of their story was equal parts hopeful and heartbreaking.




    Much of this book centers around Juliette and Jase trying to figure out what to do next. As they give in to the electricity between them, I began to wonder more and more about Jase. His behavior since losing Juliette six years ago and his vague responses to her plans make me question what’s going on in his head. I barely had time to think about his role in the story when Juliette’s plans come to a screeching halt. The ending of this novella was brutal. Lili leaves us with yet another revelation that is sure to drastically change the course of this story. It blew me away and left me desperate to know what happens next.  

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 21, 2014

    Great

    Always to short but great story,loved all four books looking forward to the rest.

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  • Posted May 29, 2014

    ** I received a copy in exchange for an honest review ** This bo

    ** I received a copy in exchange for an honest review **
    This book is the one that I’ve been waiting for since this series began! This book starts right where Five Miles left off with Jase finding out that Jules really is still alive. Let me tell you, this is one emotional roller coaster you are about to embark on.

    Jase has finally found Sammi out. Now she’s just worried about what he is going to do that with information.

    Jules can finally be herself around Jase now that he knows who she really is, something she’s wanted since this whole thing started. However, there are so many questions now between them that needs to be answered, she’s just afraid that some of the answers she has may turn him away. Jules has some questions of her own that need answered as well, but she may not like the information that’s provided in return.

    The love Jase has for Jules is amazing, you can see (almost feel) how much he cares for her in pretty much everything he does. He wishes she never had to do what she’s done to get her revenge, that is something he should have done years ago, but he did what he had to in order to survive. As he listens to her story, he’s horrified, but he is begrudgingly grateful that she had Elliot there to help her through it all.

    What ends up happening with Jase and Jules? The big question is, now that Jase knows who Sammi really is, does that mean others in the gang know as well? How much longer will Jules be able to keep her act up as Sammi now that the cat is out of the bag?

    I’m absolutely in love with this series, but I will say that Lili is slowly killing me with the endings each and every time. I will sit here patiently (well not really) until Three Years comes out in July. After this series is done, I can’t wait to see what Lili has cooked up next for us!

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  • Posted May 28, 2014

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    ¿Things just got real.... and more terrifying!!¿ My rati





    ¿Things just got real.... and more terrifying!!¿




    My rating: 5 of 5 ¿¿








    The blast has lifted any final doubts Jase might have had about Sammi's true identity and he now sees her more clearly than before.  Coming to terms with that reality and its implications is taking its toll, leaving him torn between elation and disgust. But that won't stop him from protecting her at all cost.




    The attempt to try and finish what she started all at once did not have the outcome Sammi/Juliette had hoped for. She may have disabled the main focus of her hatred, but as long as he is breathing, her mission is not complete. This is the closest she has come to losing her steel resolve, and Jase the only one able to shake it.




    *****




    Chills!!! Absolute chills!! 




    And not just because of a doozy of a final chapter.... Nope. Because of a very emotionally taxing and painful series of revelations this instalment holds. My goodness! I was experiencing some of the sheer gut-pain I imagine Jase must have felt upon realizing who he had before him. The conflicted feelings he must feel and how it would mess with someone's head. 
    Some pretty interesting hints to new revelations are being dropped as well, in reference to Jase and his past with his father. Some serious questions are being asked and some pretty evasive answers are given, which leads one to think there is a whole area of darkness yet to be explored.




    As for Juliette, she cracks in this novella. Truly cracks when she, for the first time, seems to 'feel' genuine emotions other than hatred again. Before she was able to identify and categorize, but not truly experience emotion other than the enjoyment she received from the pain imposed on the subjects of her hatred. But here, she has an opportunity to derive pleasure from a different emotional motivation and it brings her to her knees. Her stubborn resolve wins out, however, and the years of preparation don't allow her to dismiss her plans that easily.




    Yet another level of intensity Lili St. Germain brings us to. This novella giving us less of the physical brutality, but showing a tremendous amount of insight in the mental anguish to those subjected and those in witness.




    ¿Things just got real.... and more terrifying!!¿




    **Copy provided in return for an honest review.**

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 27, 2014

    So so

    This one is kind of boring.

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    Posted June 30, 2014

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