Two Roads, is book 6 in the Gypsy Brothers series, and you absolutely, without a doubt, must read the others before this one. I won't give any spoilers of book 6, but there will be spoilers of book 5 in this review.
WOW!! I badly needed this book, after the conclusion of Three Years, I was practically chomping at the bit to find out what was next for Juliette and Jase.
"I've left one prison, the one Dornan constructed for me, only to be trapped in one of my own making. The one in my mind that goes over and over and over again."
So, after being broken out of the prison that she had been held in for months. A very resilient and tough as nails, Juliette is now free. Although she has the reminder of what she has been through, living within her. She is not the same person who was locked away.
After being tortured and abused for 3 months by Dornan Ross, and thinking she may end up dead, before finishing her vendetta against the Gypsy Brothers. Juliette is broken out of her cell, by Elliott, Jase and the guard she believes is called 'The Prospect'.
Although before she managed to get away she was told some truths, from Dornan mid shoot off. What she was told, changes everything. On top of being practically broken, she has always stuck fast to those she thought she could trust, and now she's not so sure.
Once away from Dornan's father Emilio's place, they make their getaway, as far away as they can get, knowing Dornan will be after them again and after another brother is down, I can imagine he won't stop looking until he finds her.
Juliette now has to learn to face her new world, with what she has been left with. Dornan had Juliette injected with Heroin regularly, while she was his captive, and now she has to learn to live without it, and keep it from Elliott and Jase, as the last thing she wants is to be seen like her mother.
On top of that, she also is pregnant. Dornan intended to get Juliette pregnant to replace the sons, she has already murdered. What he doesn't know is, Juliette things that the baby is actually Jase's.
So Juliette has a massive amount to deal with. On top of the revelations of Dornan's before she left.
I actually thought book 5 was the most traumatic, emotional and intense of the series so far, but that was again topped by the next one. Each part to the Gypsy Brothers series, get's more overwhelming and emotional. Yet, incredibly addictive and unputdownable.
Two Roads, took the story to another level completely, and showed me A) what an evil, twisted b****** Dornan is, and is he even capable of stopping? and B) just how much strong Juliette is. She gets absolutely everything thrown at her, repeatedly and she still dusts herself off and gets back up. Perhaps a little wobbly, but she still rises. I found myself blubbing at the what she has to go through, then sighing at her strength.
Again, there is some harsh and sensitive scenes in this book, much like the others. But, if you like the no filters feel, then you absolutely must read this book. It has been an incredibly series and I'm desperate for the final book.
**I was kindly given an ARC of this book, in exchange for a fair and honest review**