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Zero Hour: A Gypsy Brothers Epilogue by [St Germain, Lili]
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4.7 out of 5 stars 40 customer reviews

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2193 KB
  • Print Length: 115 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: St. Germain Publishing (24 Nov. 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0188NLD38
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 40 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #23,162 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Well,l how do you do justice to this book, the last in the series of the fantastic series The Gypsy Brother's. The wait was so worth the tension, angst, passion, heartache, edge of your seat nervousness waiting to see what the next page would bring !!! Following on from One Love we know that Jase, Julz and Elliot are still on the run from the remaining Gypsy Brother's and from the II Sangue Cartel. Although the DEA say they will protect them, they are not doing a very good job of it. They are all suffering from what the evil Dornan Ross did to them, and in their own ways Julz and Jase have hidden demon's and deep secrets that we find out about in the book. These secrets are causing problems in their relationship and they have to learn how to get through this or walk away from each other. The ends have been tied up pretty good in this book and I think the ending myself was perfection.Every page was a hold your breathe moment, and although this is supposed to be the end, you never know what Lili might do. I have a feeling we will hear from Jase, Julz and Elliot again or will we ? My heart want's them back, because they literally keep you on the edge of your seat, and I have grown to love them in a dark warped sort of way. A truly brilliant conclusion to one of the best series I have ever read !!!!
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This was a great conclusion to what has been an amazing series. Juliette, Jase, Elliott, Luis and Tommy are all on the run, moving from place to place trying to avoid and outwit Julian Ross and the Cartel. Lots of sad memories for both Juliette and Jase trying to come to terms with the devastating events that went on at the hands of Dornan Ross adjusting to life in an almost normal world and whether they can move on and have a future together. Some hard and emotional scenes to read from much loved characters. But an ultimately fitting end to this series.
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Lili St Germain has finished off this utterly brilliant series perfectly and I have to say that I'm a LOT sad that it's come to an end. I love that Juliette and Jase got the HEA they both deserve as they went through hell to get there, I'll miss you guys. Lili you are one hell of a writer and I can't wait to read what you write next.
I would highly recommend this series to anyone who likes their romances hot, sexy and dark;)
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Absolutely loved this book, favourite of the whole series. Wasn't sure whether to love or hate Jase at the beginning! Despite Dornan & Emilio being dead they are still managing to effect Juliette & Jase lives - both dealing with their own turmoil & demons - will they survive & finally manage to put their past behind them & move forward together.
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I've followed this series since book 1 and loved all of them. This is a short book but is still packed with action. It's a shame Juliette's and Jase's story is ending but I am glad that this book has provided closure. Just the perfect finale to the story. Thank you Lili for giving us these tough, dark and sexy characters. I enjoyed the ride!
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Can LOVE Conquer All?

Zero Hour is the much anticipated Epilogue to the Gypsy Brothers Series. In its entirety, The Gypsy Brothers takes the reader on a dark and twisted path. There’s a bad, bad man and his sons. A courageous heroine, a boy she used to love and loved her back, and a man who became her hero. It's about revenge of the highest order; retribution is essential for the healing of the protagonists. For readers who love the rawness and the relationships behind the story, they'll not want to miss the conclusion that wraps up this series comprehensively, leaving no thought unanswered.

The time period toggles between past and present with both new and old information. The reminders, whilst I feel they're maybe too detailed and littered too much throughout the story, do act as the perfect reminder of the happenings in the first seven novellas. My frustration came from the fact that I wished for the epilogue to develop and move forward with the present time frame a little quicker, it was a little too deep rooted in times gone past, for too long, for my personal taste. Despite this small frustration with the story arc, the author completely drew me in to the epilogue and recaptured my love for the characters until the thrilling end.

The story isn’t a pretty one full of hearts and flowers, its raw and grim. It showcases darkness and evil but it’s these elements that make the light shine when goodness is exposed. I felt heartbreak for the teenage Jase. His story is tragic and so very sad when you see the pictures created with the prose.

I highly recommend this series if you enjoy your books on the edgier side, with a dark quality to the subject matter and a main female protagonist who makes challenging decisions.
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This book is the conclusion in the amazing Gypsy Brothers series and what a fitting end it was too. I have read and loved each and every book and knew that this would in typical Lili style be gritty, dark and full of parts that would have me on the edge of my seat.

Jase and Juliette are on the run along with Elliot and his family from the Cartel, run by Dornan’s brother and also the remaining Gypsy Brothers. Not sure who they can trust and unable to sleep, they move from place to place not knowing if they will ever be free.

There relationship is showing the strain of the life they are living and we certainly see the dark parts of Jase appear and learn what happened to him when he first came to the Gypsy brothers and also in the months after Juliette’s “death”.

How Juliette has survived the ordeals she has been through is beyond me. She has paid the price both mentally and physically for the revenge she sought on the Gypsy Brothers and Dornan still seems to be controlling their lives even from beyond the grave. There is so much guilt and resentment from both sides and it was devastating to see them struggling to come to terms with it all and pull themselves out of the darkness that is consuming them.

Zero Hour is fast paced, action packed and intense, full of grit, despair and also hope that Jase and Juliette will get the HEA that they deserve. I have loved every minute of this fabulous series; it is not for the feint hearted but well worth a read.

An ARC was provided by the author in return for an honest review
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