Brother Number Three

Brother Number Three

by Judy N Serrano

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Overview

Coming in third place was something that was all too familiar to Hector Montiago. As his strength and grounding personality pushes him into first place with the woman he loves, lines are crossed and sides are chosen.

In this second book of the series, Brother Number Three depicts family ties in a light unequal to any other. Lilly tells the story of how the brothers unite in the effort to recover her missing son, as blood becomes both the indestructible bond that holds them together and the opposing force that pushes them apart. Read on as they fight temptation while the enemies of the Montiago cartel unleash their wrath, only to discover that the true danger lies within.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781979352284
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 10/31/2017
Pages: 258
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 1.25(h) x 9.00(d)

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Brother Number Three 4.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
StressedRach on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
Brother Number Three carried on from where the first book Easter's Lilly left off.Another brilliant book that again I read in no time at all. I was completely hooked.If you have read the first book you would know that being brother number three had been mentioned and it is not a good thing. That did not stop Lilly and Hector's relationship growing closer and closer until finally the need was too much.The book still had Lilly living in Diego's big house with guards only this time Lilly was married to Max and the roles were reversed.I loved the way the story panned out and the love square was unfolding, Lilly made mistakes but she just wants to be loved the way SHE needs to be loved.The closeness of the 3 brothers is remarkable considering everything that had happened.With everything going on in Lilly and the Montiago brothers lives there was still lots of action from the FBI and Drug baron side of things. I think Lilly is very brave, I don't think I could live in such a dangerous environment with children. Especially since one of her sons had already been kidnapped by one of the drug barons that had it in for the Montiago's.A thrilling read, left on a huge cliff hanger again which makes you want to read the next book, Relatively Close straight away!
celticlady53 on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
Brother Number Three is the third book in the story of the Montiago brothers. Lilly is the narrator of this book that continues where Easter's Lilly left off. Lilly is married to Max but she seems to have a hard time being faithful to the man she is with. With Max gone a lot and asking Hector to take care of Lilly things get a bit too tempting for Lilly. She has this habit of wanting affection from the men in the Montiago family and she gets it from all the brothers. This time it is Hector which makes him Brother Number Three. Jorge is to be released from jail soon and he will be coming after Lilly. The brothers are still in the drug business but that does not seem to be the main focus of the story. It is more about the on again off again relationship between Lilly and the brothers. They are all committed to protect Lilly at all costs from the evil brothers. Will Lilly finally find out which of the brothers she truly loves and wants to have in her life?? You will need to read the series to find that out. Again this story ends abruptly so there is sure to be another one in the series. This book is a fast and enjoyable, if not a bit confusing at times.
Shayna_Gier on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
This was an amazing book! Perhaps it's because I now know the characters, but for whatever reason I totally enjoyed this book! Serrano had my attention within the first few pages, which start off just as the last book ended (So I'd advise you to read Easter's Lilly first!) and held it the entire time. I only laid it down long enough to sleep for the night! Needless to say, I'm psyched to be able to review the third book in the series as well!I totally enjoyed Brother Number Three at any rate! The brotherhood is back, and their hijinks are much similar to the previous book, though I thought they acted much more like grown ups in Brother Number Three. I am now deeply enthralled with Lilly and I'm officially goign to say that I am on Team Max. Baby Girl and Daddy all the way! Anyways, Serrano really hit the mark with me on this book, which is a little more spicy than is Eater's Lilly, much more satisfying, and highly romantic.I was given this book for my honest opinion, no other compensation was received. This review only reflects my personal opinion.
ShaynaGier-dot-com More than 1 year ago
This was an amazing book! Perhaps it's because I now know the characters, but for whatever reason I totally enjoyed this book! Serrano had my attention within the first few pages, which start off just as the last book ended (So I'd advise you to read Easter's Lilly first!) and held it the entire time. I only laid it down long enough to sleep for the night! Needless to say, I'm psyched to be able to review the third book in the series as well! I totally enjoyed Brother Number Three at any rate! The brotherhood is back, and their hijinks are much similar to the previous book, though I thought they acted much more like grown ups in Brother Number Three. I am now deeply enthralled with Lilly and I'm officially goign to say that I am on Team Max. Baby Girl and Daddy all the way! Anyways, Serrano really hit the mark with me on this book, which is a little more spicy than is Eater's Lilly, much more satisfying, and highly romantic. I was given this book for my honest opinion, no other compensation was received. This review only reflects my personal opinion.
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Spykesis More than 1 year ago
The name Judy Serrano strikes fear in the hearts of my husband and teenaged son, for they know now if I pick up one of her books, they will have to fend for themselves on cooking and cleaning. I become so absorbed in the Montiago's world that I cannot put the book down until finished! Judy paints her characters on the pages of her books like a master artist. They literally come alive, jumping off the pages to grab me and not let go! Her cliffhanger endings guarantee I will wait anxiously for the next book release! Hurry up, judy, and relieve this torture!
LisaKssnnikkel More than 1 year ago
I read the first book in this series, Easter's Lilly, and loved it. I have always had a love/hate relationship with books that end in a way that make you want to call, text,email....whatever the author and find out what happens because you can't wait to read the next book in the series. Judy Serrano writes in a way that leaves you hanging.....and that's a good thing in my book reading world! In Brother Number 3 Lilly is married to Max, brother #2, after divorcing Diego, brother number 1, and is falling for Hector...you guessed it, brother number 3. I want Lilly to be with Max but you never know what this girl is going to do. She seems to want to be with the one who she spends the most time with. Truthfully I don't even know if I like Lilly or not but I do know I love Judy Serrano's series. I always say if you really like or dislike a character in a book it's because of great writing and Judy Serrano is a great writer! If you haven't read this series yet I recommend you get Easters Lilly and start it.
BeautyBriteReviews More than 1 year ago
Back in July 2011, I read Judy Serrano's Easter's Lilly and loved it! I have never read a book like Easter's Lilly. I was hooked from the beginning! When the opportunity to read Brother Number 3 came up, I quickly accepted! Brother Number 3 in the second in the series and picks up where Easter's Lilly left off. When I finished reading Easter's Lilly, I realized that Judy Serrano really knows how to leave us readers hanging and drooling for the next book. I can say the same about Brother Number 3, Judy Serrano leaves us hanging by a thread. I am dying [no pun intended] to know what happens next. Brother Number 3 focuses on Hector and Lilly. Max and Lilly are married while Hector finds himself single. The roles between the brothers have shifted. With the shift, Max is always working and it takes a toll on Lilly, so she turns to Hector. Hector and Lilly grow closer and develop an inappropriate relationship with each other. They are unable to stay away from each other because they have opened up a can of worms. They love each other. When it comes to Lilly, she is the glue that keeps their mob family together. Even though she is the glue, each brother still loves her but it is up to her to choose which brother she wants to be with. Which brother can she love and give her whole heart to? Can she stay faithful? Brother Number 3 follows Hector's relationship with Lilly and how they deal with Max. I can't make sense of Lilly's choices throughout the book, but she seems to like the attention and drama from the brothers. She chooses the brother that is around at the time. Lilly didn't grow up in the mob, but she is able to adapt and work with the situation she is thrown into. I was rooting for Max and Lilly to make it work. They had a strong relationship in Easter's Lilly and I hope no one else can get between them. Brother Number 3 is a page turner and a book you will not want to put down. I read this book in one weekend. If you are looking for drama, romance, suspense, and chaos, you will love Brother Number 3! Brother Number 3 focuses on the Montiago family who happen to be in the mob business.