Three Years (Gypsy Brothers, #5)

Three Years (Gypsy Brothers, #5)

by Lili St. Germain
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Three Years (Gypsy Brothers, #5) by Lili St. Germain

Book #5 in the Gypsy Brothers series

**Please note this book is a dark romance and deals with serious themes.*
Every day for six years, I used to pray that I would find my way back to the boy I loved.
Until finally, one day, I did.
But that’s the funny thing about life. Nothing good ever lasts, not for me, anyway. You think you’re the one with the power, at least I did, but then I got careless. One tiny mistake, and now I am powerless to stop what comes next.
People think money equals power, but all the money in my bank account, the dirty notes laundered clean that my father left for me, are useless.
Money does not equal power. Power is held by the one with the knife in his hand, tracing shallow cuts into your skin.
Power is held by the one who owns you.
I had power once.
Now, I have nothing.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940045948586
Publisher: Lili St. Germain
Publication date: 07/20/2014
Series: Gypsy Brothers , #5
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 111,618
File size: 399 KB

About 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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Three Years (Gypsy Brothers, #5) 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Scary, intriging and deep. This series is dark, yet intriging. No one is innocent. Maybe, grandma. Only a 109 pages, but its worth it. It gets right into the abast.
jeniNY More than 1 year ago
This installment was so far the darkest for me. Wow I am almost speechless at how this book went. I cannot believe the horrors Juliette is made to endure as Dornan's captive. Dornan needs to die he's like a cockroach god. Juliette is one of the best female lead characters I have read. Her strength through out this series has been phenomenally written. She gets beaten, raped, and tortured but still holds onto her hope for revenge against the man who took away everything from her even if it ultimately kills her. One moment she seems broken and ready to give up and the next she comes out kicking, screaming and scratching. There are a lot of surprises in this installment, lots of revelations and oh my god! moments. Another one I could not put down.  At times it moved a little bit slow for me or maybe I was lost in Juliette's endless torment. I couldn't believe what I was reading, it was so enthralling. The series has really made me a Lili St. Germain fan.
ValleyoftheBookDoll More than 1 year ago
What does it mean when a person is shaking in their boots at the thought of starting a novel? Is it crazy for your heart to beat incessantly before you’ve even turned on your Kindle? Is it wrong to start crying before you’ve read the first word?  Nah! It simply means you have a Gypsy Brothers book in your pretty little hands.  This series just doesn’t slow down one bit. And I love it!  Lili Saint Germain proves yet again, how powerful her storytelling can be; even more so with this book than ever. Things don’t let up for Juliette either. With every victory comes severe pain.  The end of Four Score left me gutted and scrambling around with nerves. What the author had in store next for our kickass heroine, I did not know, but I was both excited and terrified to find out. Now as Juliette and not Sammi, she’s in the grimy, demented hands of Dornan. His attempted murder and the murder of his four dear sons has taken him on a whole new frightening path of revenge. And unfortunately for Juliette, she’s the target.  "I'm smarter than you, better than you, more depraved than you, little girl. You ventured into my playground and now I've got you in my web." Ain’t that the truth! If you think Dornan is evil after reading the first three books, you ain’t seen nothing yet! This man is psychotic. Like the epitome of evil. I’m convinced the devil himself wouldn’t want to get on Dornan’s bad side.  I’ll admit I’ve cried in this series before, but this book had me sobbing for almost the entire duration. The author’s descriptive writing and potent feelings of the character had me stepping into Juliette’s shoes. There were moments where I felt her pain and desolation, I understood her hopelessness and thirst to end it all.  We see a completely different side to Juliette in this book. An unfamiliar characteristic when it comes to our resilient heroine. Dornan’s worked her over so hard that she’s ready to face his reality that she’s done for. She gets to the point where she wants to abandon her revenge and just close her eyes forever.  “However bad you think this is going to be? It’s going to be so much worse.” It’s a tad scary just much this author can continue to shock me. I mean that in every aspect; from the plot to the character developments, it all seems to lead in a way I would never even consider. Each book gets grittier and better and more disturbing than the last.  As per usual, there is so much information and action to absorb in this novella. It has a steady flow of pain for the most part, and then suddenly the script gets flipped and you’re hit with fast-paced activity.  “There are things worse than death. And now, I know all of them” If you’re reading this review and haven’t started the series yet, a) that’s weird, because you should probably read a review for book one b) stop everything you’re doing, buy every book in the series and read it! This is certainly not for the faint of heart though, so beware. There is gore, rape, chaos and bloodshed, and under it all, monstrous revenge. This is a dark read with brilliant and gripping writing that will have you on both sides of the spectrum; both frightful and eager for the next installment. 
BecsL More than 1 year ago
This whole novella was completely mind-bending. I knew things were about to get very bad with the way things ended in Four Score, but I never could have imagined the events of this book. Dornan proves once again just how sick and twisted he really is as he attempts to break Juliette. As Juliette suffers Dornan’s wrath, Lili shows us her strength, resolve and absolute refusal to be broken, endearing her to me even more. Lili sparked a fire in me as I grew to hate Dornan with every fiber of my being, a feeling that only intensified with each twisted act. I was rooting for Dornan’s death every step of the way. Lili really solidified my connection to Juliette in this one. Even though we don’t see much of Jase in this book, we learn a lot about his own experiences with his father in the months after Juliette’s world was shattered. This insight creates a deeper understanding of his character that had me eager to rescue him as well. Lili paints her scenes flawlessly. She had me firmly planted next to Juliette with every sight, smell, sound, texture and shift in the environment she described. I was completely transported into this novella. She has crafted this plot extremely carefully, expertly weaving the truths with the lies, the past with the present. Just as I begin to think I have things figured out, Lili throws me for a loop, forcing me to surrender to her ingenious storyline. I never expected the revelations at the end of this book and I’m pretty sure I’m in physical pain waiting on the next book and trying to guess where this incredibly serial will go from here. 
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
love this series!!! can't wait for the next!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
While this is a really good story it could of been done in 2 or even 3 books instead of all these installments where you end up paying way more then the story is worth. Would of been a great 3 book series. Only 109 pages
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great story,wished each book was longer