Title: Hanging In The Stars
The finale to the Dark Romeo trilogy…
Roman and Julianna are rocketing towards a fiery end. But it’s not over until it’s over. Betrayals will be revealed. The twisted truth will come to light. Nothing is what it seems.
Can Roman and Julianna find a way to be together or will Shakespeare’s curse befall our star-crossed lovers?
Inspired by Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, this is a retelling for mature audiences. Don’t enter the Underworld if you’re scared of the dark.
Author: Sienna Blake
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Love Sprung From Hate, The Scent of Roses, Beautiful Revenge
Series: Dark Romeo
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Love Sprung From Hate, The Scent of Roses
Published by Self Source: Publisher
Published: August 10, 2017
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Romance, Romantic Suspense
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Book three in Sienna Blake’s Dark Romeo series is even more intense than the first two. Roman and Julianna must still fight hard to overcome problems from multiple fronts; their parents, their jobs, trying to do what’s right especially for the other, their own doubts about the other’s motives, etc.
Roman is so damn complex. He doesn’t like it but he can be as viscous as required to function in his father’s world. He’s the caring lover and sexy boyfriend. He’s, underneath it all, a good man with a strong sense of what’s right and wrong. All in a smoking hot body. What girl wouldn’t want to be Julianna. Sadly, Julianna can’t really be sure she has Roman. There are too many reasons for concern. Talk about your sexual tension.
The book is equal parts tender love story, intense thriller and crime drama. There is plenty to keep the reader turning the pages.
The climax was one of the most intense I’ve read. Anticlimactically, there was still much of the story left after the showdown scene with Roman’s father and his men. I was so invested in Roman and Julianna that I was interested in the wrap up but it felt odd.
This series is one I would easily read again.