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Zero Hour: A Gypsy Brothers Epilogue by [St Germain, Lili]
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  • File Size: 2193 KB
  • Print Length: 115 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: St. Germain Publishing (November 24, 2015)
  • Publication Date: November 24, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0188NLD38
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This was a really great end to an amazing series. In the last book, Juliette and Jason finally got their revenge and Dornan, his father Elliot, and all Jason's brothers are finally dead. But their story wasn't over and they didn't just walk into the sunset. Juliette, Jase, and Elliot are all still running from the remaining Gypsy Brothers Motorcycle Club and the Il Sange Cartel. Elliot's younger brother is now head of the Cartel. They can't stay in one place for too long and Elliot is trying to protect his daughter and her mother. No one is happy and no one is safe. Juliette cries all the time and Jase has so much anger and hurt built up in him. Jase feels like a monster because of the things Dornan used to do to him and how he is now and what turns him on. He loves Julz with all of his heart but he's hurt and angry about the baby. He's scared about sharing with her what happened to him and what he's become.

Definitely worth reading and a wonderful end to this series.
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4 Stars.

Zero hour is the long-awaited conclusion to the Gypsy Brothers' series. Each book is like a roller coaster ride on crack- slap to the face pacing that leaves the reader with whiplash. Once hooked on episode one, be prepared to binge-read the series in its entirety, leaving you sleepless and a bit ornery when interrupted.

At the end of One Love, I felt many emotions: satisfaction, heartbreak, and relief I was finally getting off the ride, hoping to get my equilibrium back. I wanted to know more about our broken Juliette- the girl was consumed by her own vengeance, making her just as bad, if not worse, than her victimizers. I felt the story had met its conclusion, but I was interested in whether it was possible for Juliette to truly have an HEA with all the taint on her soul. So I was equally shocked and intrigued when Zero Hour was announced- most readers were expecting a fluffy happy ending.

But Lili St. Germain is not fluffy.

Zero Hour was dark and gritty, wading through all the haunting pain, guilt, and resentment by the narrators. But what else could you expect after seven brutal installments?

A review is either to sell a reader on a book, or to dissuade them from buying. But if you've already read the seven previous installments, I don't think anything I have to say will do either. Just realize, don't start the book unless you have time to finish it in one sitting, as you'll be hard-pressed to put it down.
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You know that book series that always sticks in the back of your mind long after the series concludes while you wonder what happened after the words “the end” were typed? What about those characters that ripped your heart out while making you fall in love with them all the same time? Have you ever wondered what happened after the HEA comes? Do they really live HEA? Well. Lili St. Germain has given us the unexpected and yet long awaited epic conclusion to the Gypsy Brothers series. As the last book of the main series came to close, all the evil in Julz and Jase’s life had been extinguished, but when you’ve been on the run or working towards killing the main oppressive force in your life for so long, the dead don’t always stay dead. Zero Hour add just a little bit more to the story as you see how these two characters struggle to fight to their deaths or to finally be free. As screwed up as their pasts have been, their newly found relationship bliss was never going to be easy and we as readers are finally given that little piece of insight to how bad it was for Jase during his missing years. Zero Hour brings us back full circle to where it all begin and fills in the cracks for one last hell of a thrill ride. Batten down your hearts and the hatches ladies, Julz and Jase on the devil clipping at their heels and it will be a race to the finish to see who is still standing when the smoke clears. With this book, Germain has finally delivered the killing blow to the series, but it couldn’t have ended on a more perfect note. Now the only problem that I face is that I want more Julz and Jase.
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I loved the 'Gypsy Brothers' series because there was never a dull moment. Like earlier installments in this series, 'Zero Hour' is fast-paced and absolutely gripping. It has been quite awhile since I finished the other serials, but within minutes I was right back into the story, like no time had passed at all.

'Zero Hour' picks up where the last serial left off. Jase and Juliette are on the run after the death of Dornan. The cartel and remaining Gypsy Brothers want them dead...or worse. They've made a deal with the DEA, but it looks like they might fare better on their own, suspecting that their DEA contact is dirty.

Along with Luis and Elliot and his family, the couple has been bouncing from one safe house to the next. Yet, time after time, the cartel hunts them down. Sick of running, they decide to deal with the threat once and for all.

In the meantime, Juliette and Jase have to work through some relationship issues. Jase has secrets that he's kept from Juliette all this time, and so does she. Neither of them is being completely honest about what they experienced, or what they want now. Eventually, it all comes to a head and they are forced to come to terms with everything.

As with earlier books in this series, I was completely entranced by this story. I'm continually amazed by the amount of action and content that this author can pack into so few pages, without making the story feel rushed. Every page is significant. This book is a fantastic way to spend an hour or two.
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