Easter’s Lilly by Judy Serrano Review

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I received this book for free in exchange for my honest opinion and review. I gave this book 4 stars and here is why:

Easters Lilly was a great book with a great plot and concept, There were twists and turns around every corner and nothing was predictable or clichéd which is so hard to do in a romance novel.

The characters were truly exceptional and being pushed into the grimy life of drug dealers and gangs was not something I expected but it was thoroughly enjoyable. The story is based on Lilly, the naïve little girl who gets herself into a troublesome situation when she falls in love with a drug user and dealer. Everyone around her seems to try and manipulate her into situations rather than helping her until she meets Diego and Maxwell. This is when everything changes for better and for worse.

The only down fall I would say this book had would be the length, It was seriously too long for the content in it, sometimes it felt repetitive and outdated other than that it was great read!

I love Maxwell, he is so cute and in love with Lilly and between him and Hector they manage to keep her and the little ones safe. I don’t really understand the love triangle that Judy was trying to recreate with Diego at the end. Who in their right mind would go back to someone who has been trying to them and everyone around them?

I will be definitely be reading the next in the series and I certainly hope that it has some fresh ideas without the need to bang on the same drum all over again!

 

 

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