- File Size: 2654 KB
- Print Length: 465 pages
- Publication Date: January 28, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00I4D2QYS
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #61,380 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Sweet Rome is Romeo’s version of his and Molly’s story in Sweet Home. Now I am always a little bit worried when we get an entire book that replays a previous one but just in the hero’s POV. I shouldn’t have worried because Sweet Rome blew Sweet Home away and that is because if you thought Molly’s story was sad and heart breaking, reading Rome’s will shred it.
We got a glimpse of Rome’s life through Molly’s eyes but when you read it through his, I can’t even begin to properly describe all the emotions that Sweet Rome will pull from your soul. You will cry, you will feel the pain that Rome felt, you will feel hopeless for not being able to take away all the #$%! that Rome was put through. You get to see how this tough, bad @$$, alpha male falls head over heels for his Molly, and how terrified he is of losing the only real person in his life who sees the whole Rome, not just what others have seen. Sweet Rome reminds us that even the biggest football stars can have a pain so deep that it takes just one special woman to not only heal his pain but to be the one for him.
These are some of my favorite quotes from Sweet Rome. Romeo may have been a hard @$$ but he was also oh so sweet.
“My body recognizes you as something that's good for me. My mind recognizes you as someone who's right for me, and my soul recognizes you as someone who is meant for me.”
“We are better together than apart, and no matter what happens in our lives, I know that waking up and seeing you each morning will always be the best part of my day.”
“You’re not the only one who feels like splitting when times get rough, baby, but from now on, I won’t let you run anywhere if I’m not right there running beside you.”
Don’t be like me and wait to read this series, you will regret it as much as I am. Tillie Cole you have a new fan in this book whore and I will be telling everyone to read this series right away!
>I am an independent reviewer. This is the second book in the Sweet Home Series and ends in an HEA.
>This book is the same as book one, but told from Rome's point of view. I really like when an author does that. I like getting into the head of the alpha in the relationship. Rome's point of view helped with understanding the abuse he continues to go through. In the first book, Rome's parents came off as just over the top. Seeing the private interactions with just the parents and Rome, the reader can see the abuse. From Rome's point of view, Molly seems a bit of a quitter. Things get hard, so she gives up. I actually didn't like her as much in this version of their story!
>I love epilogues. Epilogues usually take place a short time after the story had ended. This story's last chapter takes place 20 years after the first book ended. I loved seeing their relationship strong as ever. I love seeing Romeo and Molly as wonderful parents. The scene with Rome finding out his daughter has a date at the door is hysterical!
>This book does not disappoint. There is that glimpse into the future, an epilogue after that and a bonus chapter regarding the birth of their daughter. It was an overload of the best kind.
>This book is for an adult audience.
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I usually don't like to read the retelling of a story in the male POV but this one is the best I have read/listened to in a long...Read more