Mess! Mess! Mess! Mess! Mess! Mess! Mess! Mess! Mess! Mess! Mess! Mess! Mess! Mess! TOTAL TOTAL TOTAL MESS! WHAT THE HELL!!!!! OH PLEASE, NOT AGAIN!
These were the only things I keep thinking about when reading this book. This is the way I felt about the life of the protagonist in this book.
Lilly, the protagonist of the book, is a cop's daughter and falls for the drug dealer, Johnny, at the start of the book, in spite of the repeate ...more
Release Date: December 16th, 2010
Publisher: Black Rose Writing
Page Count: 293
Source: From author, via Virtual Book Tours by Tristi Pinkston, for review
It was Easter Sunday; the day Lilly's life went from safe and comfortable to dangerously unfamiliar. Her transformation takes her from a small town girl having an affair with a low ranked gangster in the Montiago crime syndicate, to a woman of grace and fortitude married to the head of the organization.
Easter's Lilly ...more
Easter's Lilly is an interesting read that follows a young woman's spiral into the mob world. Lilly is young and doesn't have a lot of life experience. She falls for a guy named Johnny that has quite the record. He is a drug dealer and quite possibly, a murderer. She has been warned to stay away from him from her father (who is a cop), that he is very dangerous. But her not listening has major ...more
*I received this book from the Author via As You Wish Tours in exchange for an Honest Review*
This was definitely an interesting book. A real good look at a cartel's structure, starting with the dirty cops and local drug deals and ending with the enforcers and the big guy who runs the show.
Our story follows Lilly O'Hara a twenty-three year old, who in my opinion, had the mentality of a teenager. Lilly was seriously the most naiive person in the world. She lives at home with her parents, who tre
Lilly has always done good by her parents. Always followed by the rules. Yet, when she meets bad boy Johnny and her father asks her to stay away she just can't. He has his reasons, and she has hers. Johnny is a drug dealer, yet he never brings them around her. She has no choice but to ...more
Not even her father, the chief of police, can keep Lilly away from Johnny Malone. One night of passion and Lilly finds her life has ta ...more
Easter's Lilly, where do I start? After seeing some great reviews, I followed a link to get this book for free. I was pleasantly surprised as I have never been inclined to read a romance, mobster type book. Once I started reading the book, I could not put it down. The characters are very intriguing from start to finish. Judy Serrano knows how to keep you wondering. The in depth detail about a crime family and their entanglement with the FBI was ...more
I was 100% gripped.
To read the twists and turns and why Easter Sunday was such a predominant date in her life. The love triangle between two brothers, Living with them both in one house and giving into temptation.
Not only was the book about the love life of Lilly,her naivity and the way it effects her mentally but it was about her life being married to the head of a drug organisation and the danger in which that kind of life ...more
Lilly’s father is a cop. Johnny is drugs dealer, Lilly’s father and other people told her about him, but she don’t listen. She falls in love with Johnny.
Johnny has bad accident and leaving Lilly pregnant and alone.
Lilly is seems like good girl, educated and well-raised, but abou ...more
What I didn't like about ...more
To be completely honest, I still don’t know where I stand on this book. It was a page turner and it ended with a great cliffhanger that had me wondering what would come next. But with all the sex, lies and ...more
It got marginally better after that but it was still really hard work to read. After a while, the story started to take interesting turns but it was so badly written it felt like there were constant blanks to be filled.
The female lead 'Lily' was so annoying with her indecisive, girlie and wish ...more
After awhile it slowed down. When I say slowed down, I mean to a pace where its action packed and a page turner but it wasn't so fast you were left confused.
Once it got to that part for me...I couldn't put the book down. It was definitely a page turner.
There are parts where I just wanted to slap Lilly silly to be honest. It was like really girl? What are you doing? ...more
I was just ...more
I loved the twists and turns in the plot. It’s intricate and fast pace, never a dul ...more
I really loved the way the author developed the romance between Lilly and the man she falls in love with. Should all romances be ...more