I have lied.
I have cheated.
I have given my body and my life to the man who destroyed my family and left me for dead.
I have killed, I have sinned, and worst of all, I have enjoyed the misery of others.
I have licked the salty tears of a father mourning his firstborn son, and nothing has ever tasted so sweet.
I have died, and I have been resurrected, a phoenix from the ashes.
I know I’m going to hell. I’ll burn in the fiery pits alongside Dornan and his sons for the things I’ve done, and for the things I’m about to do.
But I don’t care. It will be worth every lick of the devils flames on my guilty flesh to destroy Dornan Ross.
One down, six to go.
Holy Sh*t! She did it! Samantha took one down! *flails*
Six Brothers, Lili St. Germain’s (LSG) second installment of the Gypsy Brothers Series starts off with Samantha doing a small walk down memory lane. She then meets with Elliot, her ex-boyfriend and a tattoo artist who’s the only person she trusts with her secret.
Elliot has come in super handy thus far and this time’s no different. He provides her with a new phone and a little something that’s going to do in another Dornan son – I just know it!
After our girl is supplied, she’s ready to go. By chapter three, we are right where book one (Seven Sons) leaves off.
One of Dornan’s sons is dead and everyone is attending the funeral. Dornan is crazed and mourning the “accidental” death of one of his sons. No one suspects Samantha . . . yet.
Internally, Samantha wants to cheer and do somersaults, but she’s got to measure every single gesture she makes so she won’t be discovered. The epitome of awkwardness takes place at the funeral wake, where Samantha has to face Dornan’s wife and give her condolences. Still our girl manages to pass every test thrown her way with flying colors.
She’s so good in fact, that Dornan clings to her for dear life, and tells her that he wants her to have his baby. Unprepared for this, Samantha panics and says something out of turn which sets a grief stricken and drugged Dornan off. A blink of an eye later and she’s beaten and stabbed by Dornan.
Jace comes to her rescue and Samantha’s life gets even more complicated. She can no longer deny what she feels for Jace and Jace’s feelings for her are growing, too. He knows that saving Samantha might just set his father against him, but he just can’t watch her die. She’s special and he reminds him of someone in his past, though he just thinks he’s going crazy.
Jace pleads for Samantha to leave Dornan, but she just can’t – not when she’s come so far. Sure enough, just as she’s healing up, Dornan comes looking for her, apologizing left and right for what’s he’s done.
Samantha immediately forgives him, much to Jace’s surprise, and everything goes back to business as usual. A week later, Dornan gets back to his old crazed self and is set to throw a birthday party for another one of his sons.
Samantha realizes this might be her chance to take down son #2, but she has to play it cool. But when Dornan tells her that he’s gotten two underage virgins as his son’s birthday present and he wants her to teach the girls a thing or two before they go to his son, Samantha knows this is her chance. Will she do it? Will Samantha press her luck so soon? Or will she forgo her vengeance and save the two girls – much like she wished someone would have saved her?
Six Brothers features:
- erotic themes
- oral sex
- backdoor play
- knife play
- drug use/distribution
- underage themes
- motorcycle club
- alpha male
- quick read
Rating: 5 Kisses