Friday, April 18, 2014


By: Lili St. Germain
Published By: Lili St. Germain
Released : Available Now
Details: Kindle, 100 Pages


Blurb: Goodreads

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.

BOOK REVIEW by Michelle:

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That was me removing my safety belt from the ride that Six Brothers, was.


That was another fast, gritty, dangerous, bloody read with Sammi at the helm. She is intent on seeing this through to the end and then some. Sammi has a set of balls, I’ll give her that.

Bleeding tears instead of blood, but it is all the same in the end. I will take every tear he has, every son, and then I will start letting blood.

Sammi is back and she is joyful on the inside, but must put her wall up and put on an Academy Award winning performance.

Her life depends on it.

One son is dead. Dornan’s favorite son, Chad.

The next one is about to go down.

But who will she pick?

Before this happens, Sammi finds herself in a frightening situation with Dornan. We get a much clearer viewing of what evil lies within Dornan, what he is capable of doing to women.

Holy mother of pearl!


I still worry about the toll all this revenge is going to have on Sammi’s soul. She is all gungho now, but suspicions have got to start flying, sooner or later, the timing of Sammi’s arrival, must eventually compute with Dornan. For now he is convinced of others.

What can I say, I am a suspicious reader. I win Cluedo more than I lose.

Just plotting out the deaths of the sons must be exhausting, to make sure she doesn’t get caught, her alibi tight. Having to constantly watch her back for any slip ups that could cost her life, before her mission is complete.

I look at Sammi as an undercover agent who must do whatever it takes to end the lives of those that did her wrong.

But this is no game to Sammi.

And she ain't no undercover agent.

This is revenge.

I love Elliott. He is a sanity outlet for Sammi. He knows what she is up to and he can be there for her. He also knows there is no stopping her. She needs to do this. She just can't walk away from it.

He’s the one person who’d know to come looking for me if I went missing in a sea of treachery, leather, and Harley Davidsons.

He’s the only person in the world who actually cares about me.

Jase is letting us inside and we can see how hard it is being a part of this family. He drew the short straw when it came to this life. He is not like them. He isn’t evil. He suffers knowing what he knows.

He must stand by and watch what Dornan and his sons do to those that get in their way.

I do wonder if Jase will flip.

“She was my girl,” he says, and I can feel myself breaking apart inside under the weight of his words. “She was my everything.”

I like watching Jase trying to work Sammi out and why the hell a woman would want to be near his family.  

I can’t imagine him not trying to find a motive for her appearance in their lives. But, then the women that are with these guys seem to accept them for who they are.

This is a very clever, addictive series of novella sized reads. They are quick to read, and Lili is quick to release the next one.

Up next is Five Miles, already released and Four Score is coming 26th May 2014.

The countdown is on. Two sons are dead, four to go. 

Then there will be Dornan.

I just hope Sammi doesn’t get caught before she finishes.

I definitely wouldn’t want to be in her shoes if that happened. I've seen Dornan on a bad day, imagine what he is like on a very bad day.


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