Two Roads (Gypsy Brothers MC, #6) by Lili St. Germain
The sixth book in the #1 iBooks bestselling Gypsy Brothers series.
Juliette and Jase may be out of Dornan's immediate reach, but as tensions rise, will they end up walking right into the enemy's trap?
Can Juliette forgive Jase for his devastating betrayal, or will it destroy everything they've been fighting for?
Emma - 4.5 Crowns
Book 6 in the wildly successful and utterly fantastic Gypsy Brothers series. This is a continuing series and therefore it is important to read books in the order in which they were written.
My god, I feel like I have waited forever for this book. Three Years once again left us on the edge of a cliff and in desperation for the direction in which Two Roads would take.
Emilio is dead, as is Donny, so just Dornan now survives. Having finally been liberated from the hell in which she has been held captive, Juliette is now on the run alongside Jason, Elliott and a person she believed to be a prospect for the Gypsy Brothers MC. Having just found out that it was actually Jason that killed her father, Juliette is in an emotional abyss, pregnant, lost and her energy for retribution is waning.
Seriously, this is another about turn for this amazing series. Once again Lili has changed the pace and the feel of Juliette's story. Juliette questions everything, everyone and struggles with inner turmoil about what she has done, the situation in which she has been left in and the effects that this will have on her loved ones; the ones she treasures the most.
Don't expect the same levels of violence and grit in this instalment; expect self-doubt, acceptance and Juliette struggling to find her inner strength and courage. It is without doubt the lull before the storm. Following another and expected cliffhanger, I have no doubt that One Love will be EPIC!
Will Juliette manage to get the revenge that she so desperately seeks? and if so, will it be at the cost of someone she cares about? It's going to be violent, it will be bloody and it will most definitely be bloody brilliant; I can't wait!
Kelly - 5 Crowns
Get your tissues at the ready with this one! Ouch... that was heavy!
I cannot speak highly enough of this MC Series. I know there are a lot of MC Romances out there at the moment, infact I'm probably quite accurate when I say the market is becoming somewhat saturated by this genre since the explosion of Sons of Anarchy, and no, I'm not complaining! Some are fantastic, while others a little formulaic and overdone. What I love about the Gypsy Brothers is they are unlike any other MC's out there, they are the ultimate nightmare. This series has the grit, but it also has something else, something more - Juliette.
The idea of a female assassin on a mission of vengeance really does take this genre to a whole new level. There is nothing formulaic here, this series is unique, dark, gritty and downright disturbing at times, with a villain to rival the best of the worst. Dornan Ross is the devil, theres no doubt about it. As a character he scares the ever loving shit out of me but what an incredible character he is.
Juliette is our heroine, even though I wouldn't necessarily regard her as heroic. She is a murderer. A very disturbed, scorned individual who wants nothing more than to dance on the ashes of a man who destroyed her, she only has one mission in life, and that is to kill him. I mean come on... how screwed up is that? But you feel the hurt, you agree with the mission to the point that you hope in the end she succeeds - well, I do, anyway and thats some scary shit right there! :D
All I can say is it all comes down to the execution, the perfect flow, the profound scene structuring and the dialogue, and the crazy talent that is Lili St. Germain. This woman has pushed boundaries, set a precedent, and I know from now on pretty much every MC book I read will be compared to how this series makes me feel.
Most of the time I forget to breathe. How often does a book or a series actually do that to you? Well the Gypsy Brothers certainly does it to me, and I wouldn't want it any other way.
In this 6th instalment, Juliette is trying to come to terms of the last three months. Dornan Ross has no limits, no depths to how low he can sink, and he proved that in Three Years. Juliette knows what hell feels like having been incarcerated by the devil himself. Her only saving grace is Jase; the man she loves, and the Father of the baby she is now carrying. But since Jase's confession, Juliette is lost. The once strong and impenetrable wall is starting to crumble, and everything she fought for is starting to slip through her fingers.
There is a scene in this book that is difficult. Without giving too much away, it is very upsetting so be prepared to have tissued at hand.
The ending... well, lets just say the final instalment is going to be very interesting indeed. I can't see how Juliette is going to get out of this one but knowing Lili, she has something wicked up her sleeve.
If you haven't started this series yet, then what the hell are you waiting for? Each book is a 2-hour read, so get starting now, you have 12 hours to catch up on!