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One Love (Gypsy Brothers Book 7) by [St Germain, Lili]
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4.8 out of 5 stars 165 customer reviews

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
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  • Print Length: 124 pages
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  • Publisher: LSG Publishing (14 Dec. 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00R173KC0
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars 165 customer reviews
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Lili Saint Germain brings her phenomenal Gypsy Brothers series to an end with one hell of a send off!!
Julz Portland's agenda has come to its epic conclusion. The question is will she achieve her goal- Dornan Ross' demise or will he survive against the odds again??

More deceits and twists to floor even the most eagle eyed of readers of this shocking and turbulent series. The tangled web of lies, betrayals and agendas lure more and more people in its wake. Who can you trust friend or foe; biker or agent; brother or deceiver? With the Gypsy Brothers MC on high alert, government agencies and police swarming close by and the Cartel aware of her existence will Julz be able to save Elliot's girls before it's too late?
Julz is one hell of a strong woman but she feels conflicted "People suffer when I'm in their life. I'm like this poison. And I've infected every single person I've touched." Even with these thoughts she will not veer from achieving her ultimate objective: revenge, vengeance and retribution for all that Dornan has done to her, her family, Jase and Eliot. Dornan must die!!

Can and will Julz and Jase survive against Dornan? Can their love surpass such acts of violence, pain and death if they live to tell the tale?? Only by reading this epic conclusion will you find out!!!

Lili is the queen of twisted justice, heart racing scenes and adrenalin fuelled writing. This is one book that I loved and hated at the same time. I wanted to now how it all ended but I hated that the series has ended. We still have Venice Ink and The Prospect books to look forward to though, so not everything Gypsy Brothers has ended.

Please read the note for the readers at the end of the book, all questions you may have are addressed there for you and I can't wait to read how this series all began with Cartel that tells the story of Dornan before he had his seven sons and how it all began.
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I bought all seven books to this series. Usually I hate it when you read the first one only to find that there's several more books to the story that could easily have been made into a trilogy. Why it's been spread over 7 books baffles me. It's made it an expensive read. But the author writes well so I stuck with it.

I have to say , in real life, I'm not sure that Juliette would have survived to book seven, with all the severe injuries and torture that she received throughout, it just became a bit ridiculous, as if the author was trying to shock us with what came next. She must have looked like something out of a horror movie with all her flesh stabbed, sliced and shot!! She just never got a break. It got to the point that I wasn't sure I wanted to read the next instalment, I felt worn out by it all!! But I just had to find out what happened next.

But the ending to this book just irritated me. Why oh why is it that in every book and film the good guys are always too late to save the day, I thought the bunker was supposed to be teaming with them!! What were they doing? having a cup of tea!! Donny escapes in the tunnel, Jas chases him (doesn't catch him even though Donny's knee is well dodgy) leaving Juliette alone (really), then old Chad's wife pops up and taser's her?? Why was she even there? Then Donny runs back and stabs her (not again). Jas then belatedly catches him and slaughters him, gouging out an eye (nice). Then Jas leaves Julz on her own (again) She wanders off, hearing a child crying (funny how no one else does) and finds Elliot shot and there's baddie Dornan sitting in a chair just waiting for her. He decides that Julz hasn't quite had enough and throws her about and rams his fingers into her stab wound a couple time (how is she still alive).
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This final book in the Gypsey Brothers was a bit disappointing, it would have been nice to actually know what happens to Juliette and Jase instead if taking them into another series which no doubt you won't know how many books you will have to read before the end. I don't think I will read the follow uk series called The Cartel as I like to put an end to them once read so I'm afraid this last book I waited so long for doesn't actually end.
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Let me first start by saying I've been in a bit of a book funk for a number of weeks now. Books that I would under normal circumstances have devoured, I have been struggling to read. Well I can honestly say that I've been blown out of the park, took a trip around the block and back again with this book. 

OK, this series is not for the feint of heart. There are parts that literally have me thinking "NO!!! That did not just happen" and it's no exception with this final instalment of the Gypsy Brothers series. Don't expect any censorship or watering down, but readers of this series by now will know this already. 

Julz is probably the strongest, most badass female I've ever come across in a book. Seriously, what that girl has been through and still she fights with everything she has. In lots of ways she's stronger than the men in this book and whilst I absolutely love Jase and Elliot, it is Julz that stands out the most for me. I'm assuming that due to the storyline of this series that that should be the case and I'm happy to say that I love that about it. 

Dornan Ross! My god that man really makes my skin crawl. I've wanted him dead since book 1, he will literally just not go away. But that's how good the characters are in this series. They leap out of the pages and it's like you're experiencing things along with them, albeit a watered down version thankfully.

I'm not going to tell you whether Julz gets her happy ever after. All I will say is that despite this being a short read, as with all the books in this series, expect to be on one hell of a rollercoaster of emotions.

I have literally been left speechless about how good this book and series as a whole is, and I am confident in the fact that this is definitely one of my favourite series of 2014 and look forward to what Lili has to offer in 2015.
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