- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 1294 KB
- Print Length: 91 pages
- Publisher: Lili Saint Germain Publishing; 2 edition (16 Feb. 2014)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00LAAGSSW
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 222 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #19,747 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Six Brothers (Gypsy Brothers Book 2) Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
The book took me an hour to read and it was a great follow on. Hopefully the third book will contain more pages and be priced a bit better
If this had been offered as one book I think it would have been an amazing read but although while being offered as a series will probably make a lot more money I don't think it's doing the author any favours. The first book was a difficult read, gritty and raw but this just seemed to cover the same ground so although I did enjoy this book I can't see me continuing since I felt it was overpriced at £1.80 for just 95 pages.
Written with the same interesting approach as the first one I found it quiet a page turner which for me is a big part of it's trouble. It is far to short you are nicely getting into it then it is over until the next one comes out.
As much as I enjoyed reading it I feel £1.80 is far to expensive for an hours read and if the future books follow the same undersized format I don't seer myself buying them.
I read this in one go. I do have to tell you though there was lots of gasps, hiding behind my hands, OMG no, arhhs and lots of shouting at Sammi. I wanted to get Sammi and shake her. This book has it all.
So the important thing is what can I tell you without giving it away............
OK..... you guys know I don't do spoilers... that's NEVER going to change. So for anyone who hasn't read Seven Sons, Go and read it now, It's currently free on Amazon.
OK.... got distracted... this book does that to you. Right, so. We know that Sammi is on her own mission after what Dornan did to her father and what him and his sons did to her, she has the scars to prove it. Her Mission - to kill Dornan's Sons (except Jase) to make him suffer before she kills him.
Jase... Jase is the one Brother who never took part in what his brothers did to Sammi. He loved her and She love him. Only they killed her.... Or they think they did.
She has one friend who knows everything Elliot. Elliot was the cop who got her out of the hospital and somewhere she wouldn't be found. Elliot's now got a tattoo shop and is close by for Sammi.
In Six Brother's Sammi is still trying to get to Dornan. They go to his Eldest Son's funeral. And Sammi's trying to decide who she is going to go after next, when a situation presents it's self. Sammi put her self in all kinds of danger in this book. And you see the nasty side of Dornan we haven't seen yet.Read more ›
Anyway, Julz has her sights set on the next brother to bump off.
While I have no problem with any kind of revenge Julz wants to dish out, unfortunately for me, she has become just as barbaric as the baddies. Innocent people are getting involved in her plot and that's where her revenge is now looking almost as bad as the original sin.
Hmm...can't fault the execution of the story or the writing style. Still just an ok read for me although more enjoyable than book one
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Love this series ! Couldn't stop reading this book . Am totally hooked and wanting more more more ! So onto the next one.Published 18 days ago by AAJ
Good storyline BUT too much emphasis on the sexual relations with the man she supposedly hates . Also the why put the storyline in 3 parts when this could easily have been one book... Read morePublished 10 months ago by THIS IS ME
I was enjoying reading these books and then, they just started to get a bit monotonous shame because it could of been a really good book as one novel!Published 13 months ago by Lisa k